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Workspace Group plc (WKP.L)

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847.50+10.50 (+1.25%)
At close: 04:35PM GMT
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Previous close837.00
Open848.00
Bid848.50 x 0
Ask849.50 x 0
Day's range834.00 - 855.00
52-week range687.56 - 979.00
Volume100,428
Avg. volume246,110
Market cap1.535B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.10
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-67.40
Earnings date17 Nov 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.25 (2.92%)
Ex-dividend date06 Jan 2022
1y target est910.42
  • Reuters

    UK's Workspace sees some signs of recovery in demand in London

    (Reuters) -UK office space provider Workspace said on Thursday its occupancy in London had started to pick up from pandemic lows, although rents were still under pressure as businesses were in no rush bring all their employees back. In a further sign of improving demand, Workspace, whose 58 properties in London are modelled as flexible office spaces, said average monthly enquiries from potential customers had almost doubled to 947 in the April-June quarter compared to a year earlier. Workspace boss Graham Clemett acknowledged that some level of uncertainty will continue in the near term, but said there were strong signs that London's businesses were returning to work.

  • Simply Wall St.

    The Workspace Group plc (LON:WKP) Analysts Have Been Trimming Their Sales Forecasts

    The latest analyst coverage could presage a bad day for Workspace Group plc ( LON:WKP ), with the analysts making...

  • Reuters

    UK's Workspace posts loss, sees 2-year recovery from pandemic

    Workspace Group on Thursday slipped to its first annual loss in 12 years as COVID-19 battered occupancies and rents, with the office-space provider saying it would take a couple of years to recover to pre-pandemic levels. Workspace Chief Financial Officer David Benson told Reuters the company expects to see "significant" recovery this year after reporting a pre-tax loss of 235.7 million pounds for the 12 months ended March 31. "Certainly over the next couple of years, we will be recovering back to where we were pre-COVID," said Benson.