Land Securities Group PLC (LANDl)

757.80
+13.80(+1.85%)
  • Volume:
    276,241
  • Bid/Ask:
    757.20/757.80
  • Day's Range:
    743.90 - 762.80

LANDl Overview

Prev. Close
744
Day's Range
743.9-762.8
Revenue
983M
Open
744.3
52 wk Range
644.2-822.4
EPS
-0.38
Volume
276,241
Market Cap
5.62B
Dividend (Yield)
37.00
(4.97%)
Average Volume (3m)
748,220
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
1.52
1-Year Change
3.95%
Shares Outstanding
740,266,518
Next Earnings Date
18 Jul 2022
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Land Securities Group PLC Company Profile

Land Securities Group PLC Company Profile

Land Securities Group PLC is a holding company that buys, sells and manages commercial properties. The Company’s segments include Central London, Regional retail, Urban opportunities and Subscale sectors. The Central London segment includes all assets geographically located within central London. Regional retail includes all regional shopping centers and shops outside London and its outlets. The Urban opportunities segment engaged in capital investment business. The Subscale sectors consist of leisure and hotel assets and retail parks. The Company’s property types include leisure, retail, retail parks, shopping centers and workspace. The Company’s properties include Brighton Marina, Brighton; Cardinal Place, London SW1; Bluewater, Greenhithe and 123 Victoria Street, London SW1.

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  • Revenue short, profit short, another loss on book, unable to turn around the trajectory. After RDI, Intu Properties, are we heading the same direction? Not sure why the costs cannot be calibrated to revenues
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    • so glad I bought this stock, still massively undervalued and paying a 5%, growing dividend
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