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Hammerson is a public limited company incorporated on 17 April 1940 in England and Wales and operating under the UK Companies Act 2006. The company was admitted to trading on the LSE on 31 May 1945 and was granted status as a UK REIT in 2007.... [more info]

The funds most exposed to UK property stocks

And the impact as share prices fall.

Firm rand helps SA Inc stocks

Fed meeting on Thursday already priced in.

Brexit woes continue to rock UK property as small Atlantic Leaf seeks investors

Currency uncertainty combines with real estate downturn to cripple equity growth.

SA’s listed property conundrum

2018 was a tumultuous time for the SA listed property sector.

Hammerson pins future on mega malls as it boosts asset sales

The company will sell £1.1 billion of surplus assets as it seeks to cut its debt levels.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Brics summit to kick off in Johannesburg, Eskom going concern status questioned, Hammerson and Kumba Iron Ore results, Vodacom issues trading statement.

Miners power European shares as earnings season gathers pace

Miners score best day since November 2016.
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Hammerson: in a prime position

The deal with Intu is an added advantage.

Klépierre-Hammerson bid tops company news

Expectations of Moody’s announcement weigh on the rand – Anthea Gardner on Monday’s market.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

A possible cabinet reshuffle, Sasol's interim results, Bidvest's interim results, Hammerson's annual results and RCL Foods' interim results.

The rocketing rand

Can it continue?

Optimism and caution over UK property stocks

UK-focused property stocks are trading at a more than 20% discount to their historic NAV on the JSE, which market watchers believe offers a cheap and attractive entry point.

Market warms to Echo Polska after glacial start

The company is proving to be a stout rand hedge with an attractive dividend yield.

How the JSE has changed over the past decade

Stats on listings, delistings and the boom in foreign companies.

These 14 Top 100 companies are under scrutiny for exec pay

Despite votes on remuneration being non-binding, shareholders are starting to find their voices.

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