LATEST NEWS FOR Capital & Counties Properties PLC  

Capital & Counties Properties PLC (Capco) is one of the largest listed property companies in central London. Our key assets are the Covent Garden and Earls Court estates. We create and grow value through a combination of asset management, strategic i... [more info]

The funds most exposed to UK property stocks

And the impact as share prices fall.

SA’s listed property conundrum

2018 was a tumultuous time for the SA listed property sector.
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Taking its place on the stage

Distell’s transformation efforts could find their mark.

CapCo writes down value of London Earls Court land by 20%

Landlord’s shares climb on new Covent Garden rental forecast.

UK Reit discounts grow, but investors remain cautious

Once a firm favourite among value-chasers, the UK has lost its lustre.

Brexit casualty Capital & Regional sees upside

As uncertainty mounts about the UK’s property market.

SA-focused property stocks emerge as best performers

Investors betting on offshore property stocks saw pain in 2016.

Listed property falters while bonds shine

The sector is likely to post single-digit total returns this year.

Brexit: A fillip for Sirius Real Estate

The Germany-focused counter sees upside leasing activity as the UK engineers its imminent exit from the European Union.

Weak economy seen capping rand gains

Traders say the currency will struggle to sustain gains despite recent positive headlines.

Offshore property stocks: Investors see more pain

The market darlings of last year have morphed into big losers.

The Cinderella of markets is losing its sparkle

Strength of the rand and political uncertainty engulfs listed property.

Is Capital and Counties a buy?

Central to answering the question is understanding the entity and drivers, as well as inherent risk scenarios and of course opportunities.

Glencore and South32 to take their place in the Alsi

Amendments to index rules will see significant changes later this month.

Capital & Counties counts the costs of Brexit

The UK-focused property counter cuts the value of its key Earls Court development by 14.3%.

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