Lend Lease Corporation Ltd (LLC.AX)

LLC.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

13.58AUD
31 Jul 2014
Price Change (% chg)

$0.13 (+0.97%)
Prev Close
$13.45
Open
$13.50
Day's High
$13.62
Day's Low
$13.49
Volume
1,636,422
Avg. Vol
1,691,616
52-wk High
$13.87
52-wk Low
$8.66

LLC.AX

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Lend Lease Corporation Limited is an international property and infrastructure company. In Australia, the Company offers development management; investment management; project management and construction, and asset and property management. In June 2014, Lend Lease Corporation Ltd sold its its interest in the Bluewater Shopping... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.53
Market Cap (Mil.): $7,767.05
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 577.48
Dividend: 0.22
Yield (%): 3.12

Financials

  LLC.AX Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 14.58 24.25 15.38
EPS (TTM): 0.92 -- --
ROI: 6.77 9.36 0.76
ROE: 11.71 12.57 23.35
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GDF Suez buys UK facilities management unit from Lend Lease

PARIS, July 7 - French gas and power group GDF Suez has bought the UK facilities management business of Australian property group Lend Lease, the firm said in a statement on Monday.

07 Jul 2014

CORRECTED-Malaysia's 1MDB, Australia's Lend Lease to jointly develop $2.5 bln property project

(Fixes spelling of name of Australian company in headline, first paragraph)

25 Jun 2014

UPDATE 1-UK's Land Securities pays Lend Lease $1.1 bln for Bluewater stake

SYDNEY/LONDON, June 25 - Britain's Land Securities has paid Australian property company Lend Lease Corp 656 million pounds ($1.1 billion) for a 30 percent stake in the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent, southeast England, the companies said on Wednesday.

25 Jun 2014

Australia's Lend Lease sells Bluewater mall, sees earnings boost

SYDNEY, June 25 - Australian property company Lend Lease Corp said on Wednesday it had sold its interest in Bluewater Shopping Centre to Land Securities Group PLC for 696 million pounds ($1.2 billion), boosting its 2014 earnings by more than 45 percent.

24 Jun 2014

UPDATE 1-Australia shortlists Chinese billionaires, state firm for Queensland casino licences

* Far East Consortium/Chow Tai Fook, state-owned Greenland shortlisted bidders

28 May 2014

Australia shortlists Chinese billionaires, state firm for Queensland casino licences

SYDNEY, May 28 - Some of China's biggest property developers will compete against Australian gaming giants for casino licences in Queensland, boosting the government's plans to turn the popular tourist destination into a haven for big-spending Chinese gamblers.

28 May 2014

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