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Intu Properties PLC (INTUP.L)

INTUP.L on London Stock Exchange

274.30GBp
24 Mar 2017
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Fri, Mar 10 2017

BRIEF-Intu to acquire Xanadú Shopping Centre in Spain for 530 mln euros

* To acquire Xanadú shopping centre in Madrid, Spain for a total cash consideration of 530 mln euros

UPDATE 2-Britain's Intu Properties hikes full-year dividend

Feb 23 Britain's Intu Properties Plc hiked its full-year dividend as values and demand for its large shopping centres held up well despite weakness in the broader UK property market following the Brexit vote.

British property firm Intu 2016 NAV unchanged from last year

Feb 23 British shopping centre landlord Intu Properties posted an unchanged full-year NAV from last year, as values and demand for Britain's top malls stabilised against a weakening broader market following the country's vote to leave the EU.

BRIEF-Intu Properties names John Strachan as chairman

* Intu properties plc: directorate change – chairman appointment

BRIEF-Intu Properties records net asset value per share of 404 pence unchanged from 2015

* FY net rental income 447 million stg versus 428 million stg year ago

BRIEF-Intu Properties to buy Xanadu shopping centre in Madrid

* Notes recent press speculation regarding potential acquisition of Xanadu shopping centre in Madrid

UPDATE 2-Intu to sell stake in London mall at slim post-Brexit premium

Oct 25 Intu Properties has agreed to sell its stake in a London mall for a slightly higher price than its value before Britain's vote to leave the European Union, and it said long-term lease demand by international retailers remained strong.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Intu to sell stake in London mall at slim post-Brexit premium

Oct 25 Intu Properties has agreed to sell its majority stake in a shopping centre in the London borough of Bromley for a price tag 1.1 percent higher than its value before Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

CORRECTED-Intu to sell stake in London mall at slim post-Brexit premium

Oct 25 Intu Properties has agreed to sell its majority stake in a shopping centre in the London borough of Bromley for a price tag 1.1 percent higher than its value before Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

BRIEF-Intu Properties sells stake in intu Bromley for 177.9 mln stg

* Has exchanged contracts to sell its 63.525 per cent stake in Intu Bromley to Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation ('APFC') for 177.9 million stg

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