By James Whitmore, James Whitmore10 September 1999
In the first revaluation of its portfolio at the interim stage – and following the trend of the larger property companies – Burford’s NAV has hit 128p a share. The property portfolio rose by 3.5% in value, with industrials (+8.7%) and ground rents (+7.1%) the top performers by far. London ...
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