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Hammerson PLC (HMNJ.J)

HMNJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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23 Oct 2018
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Fri, Oct 19 2018

UPDATE 2-UK's Intu Properties shares rise on Whittaker takeover bid

Oct 19 Shopping centre owner Intu Properties said it was considering a 215 pence per share preliminary takeover offer from a consortium led by its deputy chairman John Whittaker, sending it shares 14 percent higher on Friday.

Hammerson overhaul plan fails to quell investor worries over strategy

LONDON Hammerson's plan to offload property assets and buy back shares has failed to assuage investor unease over the British shopping center owner's strategy following its decision to spurn a 5 billion-pound ($6.6 billion) takeover by rival Klepierre earlier this year.

Hammerson overhaul plan fails to quell investor worries over strategy

LONDON Hammerson's plan to offload property assets and buy back shares has failed to assuage investor unease over the British shopping centre owner's strategy following its decision to spurn a 5 billion-pound ($6.6 billion) takeover by rival Klepierre earlier this year.

Hammerson overhaul plan fails to quell investor worries over strategy

LONDON, July 27 Hammerson's plan to offload property assets and buy back shares has failed to assuage investor unease over the British shopping centre owner's strategy following its decision to spurn a 5 billion-pound ($6.6 billion) takeover by rival Klepierre earlier this year.

Intu hits record low after rental growth warning; CEO to leave

Intu Properties' chief executive officer is stepping down as the British shopping centre operator swung to a loss and warned of lower rental income growth for the full year, sending its shares down 9 percent to a record low.

UPDATE 1-Intu hits record low after rental growth warning; CEO to leave

July 26 Intu Properties' chief executive officer is stepping down as the British shopping centre operator swung to a loss and warned of lower rental income growth for the full year, sending its shares down 9 percent to a record low.

Hammerson to exit retail parks as shareholder pressure builds

LONDON British shopping centre operator Hammerson aims to exit its out-of-town retail parks business as part an overhaul to calm shareholder unrest following its failed takeover of rival Intu Properties .

Hammerson to exit retail parks as shareholder pressure builds

LONDON British shopping center operator Hammerson aims to exit its out-of-town retail parks business as part an overhaul to calm shareholder unrest following its failed takeover of rival Intu Properties .

UPDATE 2-Hammerson to exit retail parks as shareholder pressure builds

LONDON, July 24 British shopping centre operator Hammerson aims to exit its out-of-town retail parks business as part an overhaul to calm shareholder unrest following its failed takeover of rival Intu Properties .

Britain's Hammerson targets $1.4 billion of disposals by 2019

LONDON, July 24 British shopping centres group Hammerson said on Tuesday that it is planning 1.1 billion pounds ($1.4 billion) of disposals by the end of 2019 as part of an overhaul of its business following its failed takeover of rival Intu Properties earlier this year.

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