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Klepierre H1 EBITDA Rises To 526.4 Million Euros
Klépierre Places 600 Million Euro 11-Year Bond
Cancellation Of Klepierre Shares
Klepierre SA is a France-based company engaged in the financial industry. The Company is a pan-European shopping center operator, combining development, rental, property and asset management skills. The Company’s portfolio comprises approximately 160 shopping centers in over 15 countries of continental Europe, including the domestic market, as well as Belgium, Italy, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Portugal, Spain, Greece and Turkey, among others. Klepierre SA owns a controlling stake in Steen & Strom, a shopping center company with operations in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. In addition, it operates through a numerous of subsidiary, such as K2, SA Place de l'Accueil, SA Klecar Foncier Iberica, SA Klepierre Nea Efkarpia, Sarl Zalaegerszeg plaza and Klepierre Sadyba, among others.
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26 boulevard des Capucines, Cs 20062
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Chairman of the Executive Board, Chief Executive Officer
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Rose-Marie Van Lerberghe
Independent Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
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French shopping center operator Klepierre <LOIM.PA> raised its full-year cash flow per share guidance on Wednesday thanks to cost savings and improved financing conditions.
** French shopping centre operator Klepierre has no current plans to bid for the British firm Hammerson, per a Bloomberg report
French shopping centre operator Klepierre is cautious about prospects for the current year after reporting 2018 results on Wednesday that beat forecasts.
French shopping centre operator Klepierre expects its earnings growth to slow sharply this year after reporting 2018 results on Wednesday that beat its own forecasts.
Hammerson's <HMSO.L> plan to offload property assets and buy back shares has failed to assuage investor unease over the British shopping center owner's strategy following its decision to spurn a 5 billion-pound ($6.6 billion) takeover by rival Klepierre <LOIM.PA> earlier...
French shopping center operator Klepierre on Thursday raised its full-year net current cash flow guidance to at least 2.62 euros per share, from 2.57 euros-2.62 euros, as its first-half results benefitted from strong leasing activity.
French property group Klepierre said on Thursday it was still interested in acquiring assets in Britain after its failed attempt to take over rival Hammerson, despite a difficult commercial environment there.
French property group Klepierre <LOIM.PA> said on Thursday it was still interested in acquiring assets in Britain after its failed attempt to take over rival Hammerson <HMSO.L>, despite a difficult commercial environment there.
* Q1 TOTAL GROSS RENTAL INCOME EUR 310.0 MILLION VERSUS EUR 300.4 MILLION YEAR AGO
French shopping center operator Klepierre <LOIM.PA> has abandoned a 5 billion pound bid for Hammerson <HMSO.L>, accusing the British property company of failing to provide "meaningful engagement" over a potential deal.
French real estate group Klepierre said on Friday it does not intend to make a further bid for Hammerson after the British company rejected an improved offer made earlier this week.
* KLÉPIERRE : STATEMENT REGARDING HAMMERSON PLC ("HAMMERSON")
* KLÉPIERRE S.A. ("KLÉPIERRE") CONFIRMS THAT ON 9 APRIL 2018, JEAN-MARC JESTIN, CHAIRMAN OF EXECUTIVE BOARD OF KLÉPIERRE, MET WITH CHAIRMAN OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF HAMMERSON, DAVID TYLER, AND MADE AN INCREASED PROPOSAL TO HAMMERSON ON A STANDALONE BASIS OF 635 PENCE PER...
* Shopping centres battle shift online, squeezed consumers (Adds shares, analyst comments, background)
Britain's Hammerson Plc said on Wednesday it had rejected a revised proposal from Klepierre after snubbing an earlier 4.9 billion pound ($6.96 billion) bid from the French operator of shopping centres.
* RECEIVED A REVISED PROPOSAL FROM KLÉPIERRE RELATING TO A POSSIBLE ACQUISITION OF ENTIRE ISSUED AND TO BE ISSUED SHARE CAPITAL OF HAMMERSON
Britain's Hammerson said on Wednesday it had received a revised takeover proposal from French real estate company Klépierre of 635 pence per share, with 50 percent in new Klepierre shares and the rest in cash, the board of the British shopping centre operator said.
Britain's Hammerson Plc <HMSO.L> said on Thursday it had not heard from Klepierre <LOIM.PA> since it rejected a 4.9 billion pound ($6.88 billion) bid from the French operator of shopping centers.
Britain's Hammerson Plc on Thursday said it did not intend to finalise shareholder documents related to its proposed acquisition of Intu Properties , as it awaits clarity on a bid from France's Klepierre .
European shares fell on Monday ahead of a widely expected U.S. interest rate hike, while earnings and M&A took centre stage with software company Micro Focus sinking and a bid for Hammerson boosting commercial real estate stocks.
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