Yovich & Co. Market Update - 29 April 2020

Apr 29, 2020 | Commentary

29 April 2020

Now that we have moved to level 3 as from 11.59pm 27  April, we at Yovich & Co being an essential service continue to service clients via email or phone calls, from their homes. No face to face meetings will be held at the office. COVID-19 has not affected any services Yovich & Co provide. Remember to keep up with social distancing, stay safe and shop local.

New Zealand Equities


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In summary, last week the NZ50G saw 41 companies on the downside, 1 remained unchanged and 8 on the upside. The NZ50G was down 8%, while so far this week Tuesday was up 3.26 and Wednesday down 0.87% as investors try to navigate the post COVID-19 world. Yovich & Co are advising that if clients’ goals and time frame have not changed then to stay the investment course. If at all concerned please contact your adviser.

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Investment News

Argosy Property     

Sits in the list of Yovich & Co’s most preferred Listed Property Companies (LPC). Argosy has recorded a full year (31 March 2020) portfolio revaluation gain of $61.7 million, a 3.6% increase, since the desk-top valuations undertaken in September 2019 ($50.8m). Bring total portfolio valuation to $1.78b. This unaudited revaluation gain results in an increase in NTA to $1.30 as at 31 March 2020. The greatest gains are split by location and sector, with Auckland gaining $49.7m, industrial sector gaining $53.4m. Current Share Price: $1.065, Price/NTA: 0.83, Gross dividend yield: 7.02%.

Investor Property

Has announced a capital raise to provide funding flexibility to further growth strategy. The Capital raise will be done via a $85m underwritten placement and Share Purchase Plan (SPP) for up to $15m. Along with strategy growth the funds will be used to reduce LVR ratio from 41.8% to 30.9%. Investors as of April 28 are eligible to purchase up to $50,000 through the SPP. The SPP opens May 5 and closes May 20, SPP price will be announced May 15. FY20 cash dividend guidance is 7.60 cents per share. Current Share Price: $1.77, Price/NTA: 1.04, EPS: 15.21, Gross dividend yield: 5.43%.

Oceania Healthcare

Early April an additional debt facility of $70m for the next 18 months was granted, in order to provide additional financial flexibility. Total facility limits are now $420m. Oceania is in a strong financial position with current drawn debt of $321m, $12.1 million of cash and therefore $110.9 million of undrawn net debt headroom. Oceania had experienced good unit sales at its retirement villages prior to Level 4, due to level 4 restrictions sales were unable to settle, sales and settlements are to recommence in level 3. Aged care business has also proven resilient, despite the restrictions of the Alert Level 4 lockdown, with new admissions taken and stable occupancy levels recorded during the period. Current Share Price: $0.76, Price/NTA: 0.76, EPS: 6.67, PE Ratio: 11.54, Gross dividend yield: 6.63%.


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