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Hammerson Share Price (HMSO)

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Price 355.00on 23-01-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 9.00 2.60%
Buy 354.90
Sell 354.70
Buy / Sell HMSO Shares
Last Trade: Buy 98,345 at 355.00p
Day's Volume: 2,725,419
Last Close: 346.00p
Open: 342.60p
ISIN: GB0004065016
Day's Range 342.60p - 355.50p
52wk Range: 313.60p - 578.20p
Market Capitalisation: £2,720m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 766m

Recent Trades History Hammerson (HMSO)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Buy*98,345355.0017:32:44 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*36,192350.12517:38:46 - 23-Jan-19
Buy*134,537354.89817:38:34 - 23-Jan-19
Buy*9,661355.0017:35:52 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*1,318354.22517:23:57 - 23-Jan-19
Buy*899355.16417:24:29 - 23-Jan-19
Buy*46355.15717:13:38 - 23-Jan-19
Buy*18,036354.98617:08:03 - 23-Jan-19
Buy*4,933354.98417:05:43 - 23-Jan-19
Buy*1,218,894355.00Automatic Execution
16:35:21 - 23-Jan-19

Share Price History for Hammerson

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
23rd Jan 2019 (Wed)342.60355.50342.60346.002,725,419
22nd Jan 2019 (Tue)345.70351.30345.60345.703,709,131
21st Jan 2019 (Mon)353.50359.60342.60357.904,026,785
18th Jan 2019 (Fri)354.10360.10352.30351.501,566,964
17th Jan 2019 (Thu)348.70352.70345.60348.802,456,974
16th Jan 2019 (Wed)350.60354.60346.90343.903,260,251
15th Jan 2019 (Tue)341.50344.40338.30339.703,650,870
14th Jan 2019 (Mon)337.90341.10336.20340.002,613,108
11th Jan 2019 (Fri)335.00344.00333.20336.002,782,382
10th Jan 2019 (Thu)340.70342.70335.80342.003,217,762
9th Jan 2019 (Wed)345.20345.20339.50341.103,398,647
8th Jan 2019 (Tue)331.10343.30330.80330.904,658,394
7th Jan 2019 (Mon)330.60333.80326.80328.302,566,671
2nd Jan 2019 (Wed)329.60329.60313.60329.402,803,499
1st Jan 2019 (Tue)
31st Dec 2018 (Mon)335.40335.40328.90329.40740,779
28th Dec 2018 (Fri)328.70334.20328.00326.502,126,698
27th Dec 2018 (Thu)337.00338.10324.70337.002,107,699
26th Dec 2018 (Wed)
25th Dec 2018 (Tue)
24th Dec 2018 (Mon)329.30339.00329.30337.00740,711

HMSO - Hammerson Investor Summary

Founded in 1942 by Lewis Hammerson with the intention of investing in real estate and converting houses into apartments, Hammerson PLC has become much more sophisticated in its strategy and vision but essentially retains a strong reputation both in the UK and France as a leading developer of properties in its two sectors, offices and retail. With many successful contributions to regeneration projects and numerous new builds, Hammerson PLC now lists Bishop Square - London E1, Italie 2 – Paris, Brent Cross – London NW4, The Oracle - Reading and the Birmingham Bullring amongst its top portfolio properties. Rent passing through the Bullring alone collates to some £15.4 million with its principal occupiers including Selfridges, Debenhams, Gap, H&M and Next.

In all, Hammerson PLC owns and manages 14 shopping centres and 19 retail parks, principally in the UK but with 1.3 million square meters of Retail space in France. A FTSE 100 company, Hammerson PLC benefits from tax-efficient REIT status in the UK and SIIC in France. As at 30th June 2008, the equity shareholders' funds stood at £3,920m with an adjusted net assert value per share, EPRA basis of £13.92. However; with a recession stepping up a gear, many people will be cautious of investing into property, particularly of the retail sector. Hammerson is cutting costs by £3 million which includes some job losses which has been inevitable thanks to rising costs of construction and financing and whilst developments in London and Aberdeen are set to continue throughout 2009, projects in Leeds and Sheffield have been halted.

All in all, despite the potential negatives that investing in a company such as Hammerson PLC might bring, comfort can be taken from the primary locations of many of the properties in the portfolio, and as rents remain firm, brokers are generally neutral or leaning towards "buy" on Hammerson PLC shares.

News about Hammerson (HMSO)

Royal Mail Due to Return to FTSE 100

News - Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Six months after demotion, Royal Mail is due to make a return to the FTSE 100, with the shopping centre owner Hammerson tipped to be one of the companies dropping out of the index during the forthcoming reshuffle....

Hammerson to Leave FTSE 100

News - Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Hammerson is set to fall out of the FTSE 100 during the next reshuffle, as the company has increased its exposure to the struggling shopping centre sector by purchasing Intu Properties....

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