Bunnings Warehouse Property Trust (BWP)

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Bunnings Warehouse Property Trust (BWP) specialises in property investment. The Trust focuses on warehouse retailing properties and especially, Bunnings Warehouse properties leased to Bunnings Group Limited, which is a 100% owned subsidiary of Wesfarmers Limited. BWP listed on the Australian Stock exchange on 16th September, 1998. During the fiscal 2007, the company held 57 properties in its portfolio.

Bunnings Warehouse Property Trust Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:39

Read up on the dividend history for BUNNINGS WAREHOUSE PROPERTY TRUST. A dividend is a share of a company's profits that it pays to investors and shareholders. Not all companies pay dividends; companies may decide to retain earnings and reinvest them back into the company. You are eligible to receive BWP dividends if you own the BUNNINGS WAREHOUSE PROPERTY TRUST shares on the ex-dividend date. Investors and traders must purchase the stock before the exdividend date to be entitled to the dividend.

Australian REIT Monthly

Here is an update on the Australian REIT Monthly (April 2008) provided by Australian market analyst UBS

Australian REIT Monthly

Month in review - April 2008
April 2008: Slight relative underperformance but in the black:

The S&P/ASX 300 Prop Accum index was up 4.2% in Apr'08, underperforming the S&P/ASX 300 Accum index by 0.3%. LPT's have under performed the broader Australian market over a 3 mth (-1.7%), 6 mth (-10.8%), 1 yr (-17.7%), 5 yr (-7.8%) and 10 yr (-1.8%) period.

UBS Commercial leads the way:

Bunnings Warehouse Property Trust (BWP) Stock Recommendation

Merrill Lynch have rated the Colorpak (CKL) stock as a Buy, High Risk and a share price target of $0.75. The FY06 result was disappointing, whish was what the broker expected since the company was trying to grow too quickly. The broker sees a more exciting FY07 with earnings in FY07-09 increasing by 7-9%.

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