24 March 2000
The NAV was up 13% to 346p a share, compared with the 352p forecast by Merrill Lynch. Chelsfield's share price dropped 5.5p in early trading to 260p, which reflects a 25% discount to NAV. Of the 22 property companies that have so far produced their December year-end results, only two ...
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