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Capital & Regional PLC (CAL.L)

CAL.L on London Stock Exchange

56.75GBp
24 Mar 2017
Change (% chg)

0.75 (+1.34%)
Prev Close
56.00
Open
56.50
Day's High
57.00
Day's Low
56.00
Volume
283,821
Avg. Vol
720,571
52-wk High
66.75
52-wk Low
43.58

CAL.L

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About

Capital & Regional plc is a specialist real estate investment trust with a portfolio of in-town community shopping centers. The Company’s segments are Wholly-owned assets, Other UK Shopping Centres, Snozone and Group/Central. The Wholly-owned assets and Other UK Shopping Centres segments engage in the rental of investment... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.66
Market Cap(Mil.): £398.58
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 702.34
Dividend: 1.77
Yield (%): --

Financials

  CAL.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 21.27 20.29
EPS (TTM): -0.01 -- --
ROI: -0.61 6.06 0.40
ROE: -0.90 8.68 15.46

BRIEF-Capital & Regional to acquire property for GBP 78 mln

* Has unconditionally exchanged contracts for acquisition of exchange centre, Ilford from a Meyer Bergman fund for GBP 78 million

06 Mar 2017

BRIEF-Capital & Regional says exchanged contracts for acquisition of exchange centre for £78 million

* Unconditionally exchanged contracts for acquisition of exchange centre, ilford from a Meyer Bergman Fund for £78 million

06 Mar 2017

BRIEF-UK property firm Capital & Regional announces top management changes

* Appointment of Lawrence Hutchings as chief executive and Hugh Scott-Barrett as non-executive chairman

08 Feb 2017

BRIEF-Capital & Regional says agrees further lettings on former BHS space

* Capital & Regional agrees further lettings on former bhs space

07 Feb 2017

BRIEF-Capital & Regional reports 95.4 pct occupancy at Dec. 31

* Like-For-Like footfall over last two weeks of year up 2.2 pct on prior year.

11 Jan 2017

BRIEF-Capital & Regional announces Camberley mall for 86 mln stg

* announces unconditional exchange of contracts for sale of mall shopping centre in camberley for a cash consideration of £86.0 million

31 Oct 2016

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