Segro traded at 1,025.50 this Friday August 19th, decreasing 30.50 or 2.89 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Segro lost 1.06 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 20.38 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Segro to be priced at 1,046.46 by the end of this quarter and at 963.97 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
1,025.50
Daily Change
-2.89%
Yearly
-20.38%

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Icade SA 46.14 -1.10 -2.33% -37.61%
Kojamo Oyj 16.46 -0.50 -2.95% -16.87%
Land Securities 707.80 -14.80 -2.05% -0.48%
Klepierre SA 21.68 -0.44 -1.99% 6.69%
Merlin Properties 9.69 -0.27 -2.66% -0.30%
Unibail Rodamco 55.88 -2.00 -3.46% -23.22%
Vonovia 29.34 -0.88 -2.91% -51.44%
Warehouses de Pauw Comm VA 33.06 -0.70 -2.07% -15.01%

Indexes Price Day Year
GB100 7561 18.88 0.25% 6.67%

Segro
SEGRO plc is a United Kingdom-based real estate investment trust. The Company owns, develops and manages warehouse properties in the United Kingdom and Continental Europe. Its segments include Greater London, Thames Valley and National Logistics, Northern Europe (principally Germany), Southern Europe (principally France) and Central Europe (principally Poland). The portfolio includes warehouses and light industrial buildings, including warehouses used as data centers and for logistics operations. These are concentrated in the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Poland. The remainder of the portfolio is located across other European countries including Spain, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic. Its properties are used by various sectors, including retail, transport and logistics, post and parcel delivery, services and utilities, retail, and technology, media and telecoms.