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Hammerson Half-Year Results. (All jolly hockey-sticks, but London is a bit of a downer.)

(Look at the bloody camera)

Reuters: "Hammerson says UK property market facing uncertainty after Brexit vote"
"Shopping centre landlord Hammerson Plc said the impact of Britain's decision to leave the European Union on property valuations was still unknown, but the lettings and investment markets were facing a period of uncertainty.

The company, which partly owns the Brent Cross Shopping Centre in London, said its external valuers had said that the probability of their valuations exactly matching the price achieved if Hammerson sold its assets had reduced after the Brexit vote.

Concerns have risen that prices for commercial properties may fall after the vote, with some investors worried that international retailers and banks may move some operations to other EU locations, hurting demand for property." [more]

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