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Shaftesbury PLC (SHB.L)

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Wed, Jun 10 2020

UPDATE 1-Britain's Shaftesbury seeks to collect 50% of rents due from April-Sept

June 10 Shaftesbury said on Wednesday it would aim to collect 50% of rents due for the months between April and September and permanently move commercial tenants on to monthly rents from October as part of moves to reset leases hit by the coronavirus crisis.

Shaftesbury seeks to collect 50% of rents for April-September

June 10 Shaftesbury said on Wednesday it would aim to collect 50% of rents due for the months between April and September and permanently move commercial tenants onto monthly rents from October as it seeks to reset leases hammered by the coronavirus crisis.

Property firm Capco buys HK tycoon's stake in London rival Shaftesbury

Capital & Counties Properties has agreed to buy a 26.3% stake in London rival Shaftesbury from Hong Kong tycoon Samuel Tak Lee's for 436 million pounds ($540.7 million), the real estate manager said on Monday.

UPDATE 2-Property firm Capco buys HK tycoon's stake in London rival Shaftesbury

* Tak Lee withdraws legal proceedings against Shaftesbury (Adds CEO quote, analyst comments, share move)

UK's Capco buys 26% stake in rival Shaftesbury for $540 mln

June 1 British property manager Capital & Counties Properties said on Monday it had sealed the purchase of Hong Kong tycoon Samuel Tak Lee's 26.3% stake in central London rival Shaftesbury for 436 million pounds ($540.73 million).

BRIEF-Shaftesbury Says Legal Proceedings Now Been Withdrawn

* SHAFTESBURY - LEGAL PROCEEDINGS ISSUED BY COS WHOSE FORMER BENEFICIAL OWNER WAS SAMUEL TAK LEE HAVE NOW BEEN WITHDRAWN Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

UK's Shaftesbury to defer rent payments for commercial tenants

March 24 Real estate company Shaftesbury said it was deferring rent payments for commercial tenants until they resume trading and pointed to material uncertainty in its portfolio valuations due to the coronavirus outbreak.

BRIEF-Shaftesbury Sees FY EPRA Earnings Significantly Below Current Market Expectations

* SHAFTESBURY PLC - FULL YEAR EPRA EARNINGS (YEAR ENDING 30 SEPTEMBER 2020) ARE NOW EXPECTED TO BE SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW CURRENT MARKET EXPECTATIONS

BRIEF-Medios Buys Koelsche Blister GmbH And Raises Debt Capital

* PURCHASE PRICE FOR KÖLSCHE BLISTER GMBH AMOUNTS TO EUR 3 MILLION AND WILL BE PAID HALF EACH IN FORM OF MEDIOS SHARES AND CASH

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