2 July 1999
The NAV rise from 767p to 965p a share was well above analysts’ predictions and came after a 20% increase in the Trafford Centre valuation to £855m. The Peel management, which is hoping to take the company private, also benefited from an increase of almost £22m in the value of ...
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