By Richard Hook2019-01-03T09:00:00
Shares in Hammerson fell 2% on the opening day of trading in 2019 as the shopping centre landlord paused its share buyback programme and announced its annual financial results were expected to be “in line with market expectations”.
The company said it would provide an update on “capital allocation” in its full year results next month having conducted £129m of a proposed £300m programme of buybacks.
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