Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed EPP (JSE: EPP), Poland’s biggest retail landlord, has joined the country’s nationwide campaign to promote the COVID-19 vaccination by introducing vaccination points and actively promoting vaccination in shopping centres across the country.

Conscious consumers are championing the resale of goods to reduce waste and extend the active life of garments and other products, and innovators in the retail sector are responding.

Wednesday, 16 January 2019 18:29

JSE-listed EPP outperforms the market in 2018

JSE-traded EPP, the pure Polish retail property fund, delivered a total return of 21% in 2018 to significantly outperform the market, making it the top performing listed property company of the year. This is a significant difference from the benchmark index (SAPY) total return of -25%.

EPP, Poland’s largest retail property owner, posted distribution growth of 12% per share to EUR 5.82 cents for the six months ended 30 June 2018.

 JSE-listed EPP - the retail-focused Polish property play – announced first quarter results for the three months ended 31 March 2018 (“Q1”), showing distributable earnings increased 48% to €23.7 million and increased 9% on a per share basis to €2.98 compared to Q1 2017. 

JSE listed Echo Polska Properties (EPP) today announced results for the nine months ended 30 September 2017 (“the period”), again demonstrating continued growth in distributable earnings to €59.2 million and a distribution per share of 8.41 euro cents. 

Echo Polska Properties NV (EPP) announced results for the three months ended 31 March 2017 with distributable earnings 3,2% ahead of budget at €16,0 million.

Echo Polska Properties NV (EPP) has concluded an acquisition agreement to acquire a 70% stake in Galeria Młociny in Warsaw for €29 million from Rosehill Investments sp. z o.o. Galeria Młociny will be developed at an estimated development yield on cost of approximately 7.1% and on completion is expected to be accretive to EPP. 

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