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British Land Share Price (BLND)

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Price 534.40on 24-05-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 2.80 0.53%
Buy 534.00
Sell 533.60
Buy / Sell BLND Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 16,657 at 534.106p
Day's Volume: 3,652,914
Last Close: 531.60p
Open: 533.80p
ISIN: GB0001367019
Day's Range 531.60p - 536.20p
52wk Range: 520.00p - 694.40p
Market Capitalisation: £5,064m
VWAP: 534.450p
Shares in Issue: 948m

Recent Trades History British Land (BLND)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Buy*16,657534.10617:44:20 - 24-May-19
Buy*18,005534.42217:41:01 - 24-May-19
Buy*2,014533.9217:36:00 - 24-May-19
Buy*48,484534.4017:14:25 - 24-May-19
Buy*192,994534.09217:12:04 - 24-May-19
Buy*6,189534.52517:10:32 - 24-May-19
Buy*6,621534.414Uncrossing Trade
16:53:14 - 24-May-19
Sell*690,508534.4016:35:28 - 24-May-19
Sell*1,695533.60Automatic Execution
16:29:42 - 24-May-19
Buy*600533.80Automatic Execution
16:29:42 - 24-May-19

Share Price History for British Land

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
23rd May 2019 (Thu)543.00544.00528.00543.205,388,537
22nd May 2019 (Wed)554.20554.80543.00555.207,045,961
21st May 2019 (Tue)556.60556.80549.400.006,838,218
20th May 2019 (Mon)559.60562.80552.80558.603,125,525
17th May 2019 (Fri)561.00562.20554.60564.403,860,411
16th May 2019 (Thu)560.00564.60555.00560.204,358,104
15th May 2019 (Wed)568.40569.80552.40560.403,697,127
14th May 2019 (Tue)564.80565.60559.60563.603,073,274
13th May 2019 (Mon)567.40570.80561.80570.003,533,969
10th May 2019 (Fri)575.00579.20561.40584.004,038,911
9th May 2019 (Thu)584.20587.20579.00585.402,486,476
8th May 2019 (Wed)596.20597.40585.40598.202,318,656
7th May 2019 (Tue)596.20604.20595.40595.202,516,087
6th May 2019 (Mon)
3rd May 2019 (Fri)602.20602.20595.00603.002,743,864
2nd May 2019 (Thu)593.40607.40593.20597.602,819,611
1st May 2019 (Wed)596.80597.80594.00594.001,967,069
30th Apr 2019 (Tue)600.40602.20594.00601.205,587,941
29th Apr 2019 (Mon)606.00606.40600.20603.802,338,644
26th Apr 2019 (Fri)605.00605.00598.60602.401,564,904
25th Apr 2019 (Thu)602.80606.20598.40601.002,241,267
24th Apr 2019 (Wed)593.60601.80591.20592.602,860,527

BLND - British Land Investor Summary

British Land is a real estate investment trust listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 share price index. The company is the largest real estate owner in the United Kingdom and owns a significant amount of assets in the City of London. The precursor to the company, the National Freehold Land Society, was established to allow ordinary citizens to become landowners in the 19th century as land ownership was pre-requisite for the right to vote at the time.

By the mid 20th century the company began to develop a portfolio of property to rent for profit as well as for development. The company was merged with Union Property Holdings in the early 1970s significantly increasing its market presence. After suffering due to the conditions placed on the property market due to the economic conditions later in that decade the company sold some assets at the beginning of the 1980s to improve liquidity. The company profited enormously from the 'big bang' in the City of London in the 1980s and took advantage of the redevelopment opportunities in the city by investing in a number of significant redevelopment sites. Since then the company has acquired a portfolio spread further around Britain, acquiring shopping centre specialist Pillar Property in 2005. British Land now holds such assets as the Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Sheffield and Broadgate, London. The company has also acquired a large proporition of the freehold to land occupied by British supermarkets. The company currently employs less than 1000 people yet currently holds a portfolio valued at over £11 billion.

News about British Land (BLND)

Blackrock Helping FTSE Investors Avoid Fossil Fuels

News - Friday, May 24, 2019

Fund manager Blackrock has teamed up with FTSE Group to help investors to avoid fossil fuel related companies while still protecting their financial investments. The move is just one part of what appears to be a global campaign against fossil fuels, as companies that explore for and/or extract coal, oil and gas will be excluded from the new set of indices that FTSE plans to create....

FTSE Retests Key Support Level

News - Friday, May 24, 2019

The FTSE 100 re-tested a key support level on Monday, retreating towards 6,876 after a rally over the previous few days. The retreat was caused in part by a fall in the value of property shares, following an increase in gilt yields....

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