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Intu Says Link Real Estate Does Not Intend To Participate In Co's Recapitalisation
Intu Confirms Talks With Shareholders, New Investors For Equity Raise
Intu Announces Sale Of Intu Asturias For EUR 290 Mln
Intu Properties PLC owns and manages shopping centers in the United Kingdom and in Spain. The Company is primarily a shopping center-focused business and operates through two segments, including United Kingdom and Spain. The Company's Super-regional centers include intu Trafford Centre, intu Lakeside, intu Metrocentre, intu Braehead, intu Merry Hill and Cribbs Causeway. The Company's in-town centers include intu Derby, Manchester Arndale, St David's Cardiff, intu Victoria Centre, intu Watford and intu Eldon Square. The Company's Spanish centers include Puerto Venecia, and Zaragoza. The Company's subsidiaries include Intu (SGS) Limited, Intu Debenture plc, Intu Finance MH Limited, Barton Square Holdco Limited, Sprucefield No.2 General Partner Limited, Liberty International Group Treasury Limited, Liberty International Holdings Limited, Metrocentre (Holdco) Limited and Nailsfield Limited.
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Intu Properties <INTUP.L> said on Tuesday Link Real Estate Investment Trust would not participate in helping the British company raise cash, a day after saying it was in talks with the Hong Kong-based firm.
Shopping centre operator Intu <INTUP.L> said on Monday it was in talks with its largest shareholder John Whittaker's Peel Group and new investors including Hong Kong-based Link Real Estate Investment Trust to raise funds to shore up its balance sheet.
British shopping centre operator Intu Properties Plc said on Monday it was in discussions with its largest shareholder and billionaire John Whittaker's Peel Group and Link Real Estate Investment Trust and others to raise funds to shore up its balance sheet.
British shopping centre operator Intu Properties <INTUP.L> is in talks with shareholders and potential new investors to raise funds to shore up its balance sheet after being hit by a spate of high-profile failures in the retail industry.
UK shares were largely unchanged on Monday, with trading volumes thin due to a U.S. holiday, while premium tonic water maker Fevertree and mall operator Intu Properties tumbled among smaller stocks.
British shopping centre operator Intu Properties said on Monday it was in talks with shareholders and potential new investors for an equity raise by the end of February in a bid to shore up its balance sheet.
British shopping centre operator Intu Properties said on Monday it was targeting an equity raise by the end of February to tackle debt, as it engages in talks with shareholders and potential new investors.
British shopping centre operator Intu Properties <INTUP.L> said on Wednesday it could raise equity, alongside asset sales, to tackle its debt burden, knocking nearly 18% off its share price.
London's FTSE 100 retreated on Wednesday after rallying more than 1% over the past two sessions as investors awaited new developments on the U.S.-China trade dispute, while mall operator Intu dropped on prospects of a cash call.
Intu Properties said on Wednesday it expects lower rental income for the year as more stores closed down at its shopping malls amidst a broader weakness in the retail sector.
Shares in Britain's Intu Properties <INTUP.L> surged as much as 22% on Monday on speculation a private equity group could buy out the shopping centre operator, which has been hit by high-profile retail failures and a hefty debt burden.
London's FTSE 100 inched up on Monday as shares of oil majors rose, tracking gains in crude prices on hopes that Saudi Arabia will continue to support output cuts under its new energy minister, while weak data from China and Japan lifted stimulus bets.
Shares in Intu Properties Plc are expected to jump as much as 10% on Monday, premarket indicators showed, after The Times reported that private equity firm Orion Capital Managers was mulling a buyout of the British shopping centre operator.
Shares in British shopping centre operator Intu <INTUP.L> sank more than 21% on Wednesday after reporting a fall in first-half net rental income on Wednesday, the latest sign of weakness in a struggling British retail sector.
London's FTSE 100 edged lower on Wednesday, as a results-driven slide in shares of wealth manager St. James's Place and mortgage lender Lloyds overshadowed upbeat forecast from clothing retailer Next.
British mall operator Intu Properties Plc on Wednesday reported a lower first-half net rental income, as retail store closures continue to weigh on its portfolio and said it expects like-for-like net rental income to be moderately down in 2020.
Intu Properties Plc, Philip Green-owned Arcadia's second biggest landlord, is set to oppose the fashion group's latest sweetened rescue plan, Sky News reported on Tuesday.
Intu Properties named Robert Allen as chief financial officer, the latest appointment in a wide-ranging management shuffle as the British shopping centre operator wades through the effects of a string of retail collapses and Brexit gloom.
British shopping centre operator Intu Properties on Tuesday named Robert Allen as its permanent chief financial officer.
Intu Properties Plc on Thursday named Corporate Development Director Dushyant Sangar as chief investment officer, as the shopping centre operator aims to trim debt.
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