Hyprop, a retail-focused REIT listed on the JSE, today reported annual results demonstrating management is navigating successfully through very uncertain times.

Tuesday, 10 September 2019 17:31

Hyprop revises strategy for long-term gains

Against the backdrop of a deteriorating global economy, JSE retail specialist REIT – Hyprop - achieved higher distributable income in both its South Africa and Eastern Europe portfolios for the year to June 2019. 

Following various announcements made by Edcon over recent months in relation to the recapitalisation of the business, the Group has advanced the process sufficiently to provide a further update to all stakeholders. 

JSE specialist shopping centre REIT, Hyprop, grew distributable income 6% on this time last year, resulting in 2.5% dividend growth for the six months to December 2018 (the period).

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