Great Portland Estates PLC

Great Portland Estates PLC

FinancialsGeneral Financial
  • Price (GBX)610.20
  • Today's Change2.60 / 0.43%
  • Shares traded292.31k
  • 1 Year change-6.09%
  • Beta0.7442
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Aug 07 2020 16:35 BST.
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Consensus recommendation

  • 06-Aug-20
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Share price forecast

The 20 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Great Portland Estates PLC have a median target of 706.00, with a high estimate of 965.00 and a low estimate of 550.00. The median estimate represents a 15.70% increase from the last price of 610.20.


In 2020, Great Portland Estates PLC reported a dividend of 0.10 GBP, which represents a 3.28% increase over last year. The 19 analysts covering the company expect dividends of 0.13 GBP for the upcoming fiscal year, an increase of 27.98%.
Div growth (TTM)3.28%
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Earnings history & estimates

Great Portland Estates PLC reported annual 2019 earnings of 0.194 per share on May 22, 2019.
Average growth rate+7.97%
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Revenue history & estimates

Great Portland Estates Plc had revenues for the full year 2019 of 93.20m. This was 1.30% above the prior year's results.
Average growth rate+8.03%
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