...while capital arm buys back shares

The company, which generates earnings from investments in six specialist real estate companies, is reducing its exposure to loss-making special opportunity investments, and re-investing the proceeds in higher-yielding initiatives, such as the share buyback programme. By the end of June, SC US Realty had spent $118m (£74m), representing 7% of ...

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