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Tom Winnifrith Shareshow No 4: Well over two and a half hours of David Bramhill of Union Jack, Nigel Somerville on gold and 4 gold stocks to buy & also the red flags at Diversified Gas

And now from Wales, by just 30 yards, it is my new, I hope, weekly show. This costs 99p per episode to access and you can either listen or watch very sparky interviews with our in house gold guru Nigel Somerville on why you must be in gold and on the stocks or ETFs to own to maximise your bull market gains and with Union Jack Oil (UJO) boss David Bramhill, the most underpaid oil CEO on AIM. I also serve up a red flag-spotting session with reference to Diversified Gas & Oil (DGOC). You can access the show HERE

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: In praise of Oisin Fanning (but not his broker)

I have today been distracted by bulls which the Old Bill wants to milk and bad weather has stopped any progress in the garden. It's all rather frustrating. Talking of bulls I discuss San Leon (SLE) where i am a loyal shareholder.  Then with reference Intu (INTU) and Virgin Australia the myths that bailouts are needed to save large scale job losses.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Breaking - Elecosoft threatens legals, a sure sign to sell

After yesterday's bombshell I understand Elecosoft (ELCO) has threatened legals. This, as I explain, is a sure fire sell signal. I discuss Intu (INTU) - ouzo time for me - and the forthcoming banking crisis ahead of which Metro Bank (MTRO) is one sure fire short. And I look at Tomco (TOM) urging it to come clean on its true financial position.

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Updated: Intu: At 7 AM Oi Fat Lady no more gargling you are almost on! No at 1.43 PM, she is on!

Almost 100 times since the comical and failed Hammerson (HMSO) bid for Intu (INTU) in December 2017 which Steve Moore described as “shopping centre madness” we have urged you to sell or short Intu. Today, if we are not at midnight on the death clock, we are at 1 second to midnight. Update. at 1.43 PM we are at midnight. It is game over.

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Busy Friday! Administration? (Intu), another money raising (Aston Martin), banking sector warning (Tesco)

Well the day has almost arrived. Two-and-a-half years ago I wrote here that 'Bizarre news of the day among the larger cap stocks on Wednesday was undoubtedly the announcement that property behemoth Hammerson (HMSO) was buying shopping centre peer Intu (INTU) with a £3 billion+ all share (naturally) offer'. I called this deal 'madness' at the time and fortunately (for Hammerson) it walked away due to the clearly fast-deteriorating structural fundamentals around shopping centres. And now, around thirty months later, Intu notes 'insufficient' talks with creditors so far, so 'the Board is therefore considering the position...this is likely to involve the appointment of administrators'...

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The Intu parrot must be a late parrot, it will be bereft of life, it will be an ex parrot – when will investors realise this?

Another day and another RNS from Intu (INTU) and yet again the shares move little although the release makes it abundantly clear that investors are going to lose everything. Just how many warnings do you need. And if I was a shareholder or a creditor one thing that would utterly infuriate me is that….

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Good to see Cranswick worrying about Brexit as much as Covid-19...

It really is a crazy time. I see the management of Intu Properties (INTU) has admitted the company is close to administration as a standstill agreement remains illusive. Logically (not!), the shares are little changed as I write. You know my view on this one: a zombie at best, as noted earlier in the month. But the dog known as Intu is not what I really want to write about today. I believe I am correct in saying that nobody here - not even Malcolm - has written about Cranswick (CWK)...

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Tom Winnifrith Shareshow No 3: Well over 2 hours of Peter Brailey on oil, gas and oil stocks, Skinbiotherapeutics CEO and myself on why Intu and Amigo will both be zeros

And now from Wales, by just 30 yards, it is my new, I hope, weekly show. This costs 99p per episode to access and you can either listen or watch very sparky interviews with our in house oil guru Peter Brailey not holding back with a new explicit warning on gas, Stuart Ashman of Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX) who was so impressive I have just bought more shares and myself on how gravity cannot be defied forever with reference to zeros in waiting, Amigo (AMGO) and Intu (INTU).  You can access the show HERE

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Two UK shares which cannot defy gravity forever...

We live in mad times. In the wider world I see that cartoon Police Dog Chase, from Paw Patrol, is about to go the way of Thomas Guy and Gladstone and become a non-person. On the stockmarket we see shares in companies that had said they are in a real mess, entering Chapter 11 in the USA, or talking to an administrator in the UK, roof it. This is all sheer madness and cannot last. I offer you two UK examples...

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: the Great news is that NoGold has not died of Coronavirus

I start with a few thoughts on a local statue that looks set to be melted down but commend my piece earlier on Thomas Guy in the same vein. I bring you the good news that No Gold is alive then discuss Intu (INTU), Frontera Resources (FRR), Avacta (AVCT), the merger of Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) and Columbus Energy (CERP) and Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG). Finally we are now almost at £40,000 on Woodlarks (with gift aid). If every bearcast listener yet top donate chipped in £10 plus gift aid tonight we would hit target. Please, please do so HERE

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: who will win the US election this year and why it matters

You may not like my joy at Donald Trump beating crooked Hillary Clinton in 2016 but I called the vote correctly and explained in detail how and why I thought The Donald would win. It matters big time for equity investors who wins the General Election in November but also who triumphs in House and Senate races. I offer up my first detailed thoughts. Then I look at Amigo (AMGO), Intu (INTU), Novacyt (NCYT), Avacta (AVCT) and Open Orphan (ORPH). Finally, we are now at an amazing 65% of our keep Woodlarks alive rogue bloggers appeal target. With my big walk now just 5 days away thank you to those listeners who have donated. To those who have not please do so HERE.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Strawberry fields forever coming later but first some sheer insanity

I promise you pictures of my 99 now planted strawberry plants later and I also have good news from the orchard. Yesterday my daughter and I managed just 17 laps of the fields ( 20km) here at the Welsh Hovel for reasons I explain but I shall do 45 laps in six days time to raise the £48,000 Woodlarks needs to survive. We are now at 64% of target, please, please make a donation HERE. then I look at the insanity gripping equities. I am now turning less bullish and explian why, looking at Hertz, Intu (INTU), Avacta (AVCT) and a number of other situations. I refer to my premium video with Matt Earl here. 

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: daring to consider the chances of being killed by lightning in America

I start with a few thoughts on the protests and riots following the murder of an African American man by a cop. I offer up some hard data which makes me ask whether the riots can be justified. I stress that, as someone who goes to sleep with a person of colour every night and with a mixed race son, I do think that black lives matter, including those six black lives now taken by US rioters . I comment on Woodlarks where we are now at 55% of target so please please make a donation today HERE. Then I look at Avacta (AVCT), Novacyt (NCYT), Intu (INTU), President Energy (PPC) and Curzon Energy (CZN).

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Intu: Letter to FCA, share price wrong please protect mug punters

A concerned investor, keen to protect retail mug punters from themselves has today written to those sharp as nails guys round at the FCA on the matter of Intu (INTU) urging it to act to stop a false market in the shares. A copy of that letter has found its way to Winnileaks and I reproduce it below.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: the hard data which shows why Novacyt, Avacta, etc shares must collapse

Today's training walk is with my daughter and is almost 12 miles. In burning heat and with my MAGA cap on which us luck. Please donate to Woodlarks here. In today's show I warn you that you MUST sell all the corona testing plays NOW. Then I look at Intu (INTU) - a great selling opportunity - and then at one of my worst share tips & investments for which I apologise to all, Wishbone Gold (WSBN).

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On an up, but dull newsflow, day I present to you...Electrocomponents

Green on the screen for the markets, but little to inspire in terms of at-the-margin corporate news. The Tesco (TSCO) CFO retirement is very orderly (and not happening until next year in any case), whilst I see the hope of Intu Properties (INTU) that it will collect £310 million of rent this year. Apparently that this is ‘only’ 37% worse than last year is good news...hence a short squeeze today. Good luck to those playing that. My view remains that the banks have a choice between going full zombie on it...or forcing it into administration and salvaging what they can. Today I am going to write about Electrocomponents (ECM)...

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Intu plays the zombie card...

Is there much more to say about Intu Properties (INTU)? I last directly wrote about the stock a couple of months ago, and for over a couple of years I have been pushing the bear tune. My essential thought is that even at today's share price - which I see on a decent up day on the markets has advanced 5% - I am still aggressively avoiding the stock and regard the likelihood that it remains overvalued as very high. Today's announcement concerning the impact of the coronavirus we all see on commercial property realities - 'breaches of covenants' and 'material uncertainty for any asset disposal or additional funding process which intu might pursue to address these covenant issues' - is the hard and harsh truth...

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The one whole sector that looks like a nailed down short

I have written of the risks to the shorter several times here of late. Indeed, I explicitly warned against going short at what turned out to the bottom of the recent market correction. Forgive me for reminding you of that call! And given the unprecedented Government intervention in our affairs which smacks of market manipulation I am reluctant to consider new shorts. However:

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - The dirty dirty dirty dog of an AIM shell that is Anglo African Oil & Gas - insanity runs riot

Among others I interviewed this morning for Saturday's ShareProphets Shares show was Luke Johnson. It was another cracking video which I reflect upon. Suffice to say with 85% of the content now on tape it will be a great event so get your ticket now HERE. I look in today's podcast, inspired by Luke, at commercial property including Hammerson (HMSO) and Into (INTU) and how this all plays out. It is not quite as you may think. I also look at Catenae (CTEA) and the utter insanity at Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG).

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This Really is Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: St James House surely the fat lady is gargling now?

This is my day of peak recordings - 7 hours of interviews and bearcast underway. I kid you not. apart from bearcast it is all great material for the Shareprophets shares show on May 9. I have just done the Jim Mellon recording which should knock your socks off. Poor man, he is trapped in lockdown in the Isle of Man but seems to be bearing up well. Anyhow, buy your ticket HERE. In this podcast I look at Eurasia Mining (EUA), Scancell (SCLP), 13 Energy (I3E), Arden Partners (ARDN), Petra Diamonds (PDL) and Intu (INTU).

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Dangerous Rishi Sunak shows why shorting is so risky right now

Apparently, last night the BBC aired a celeb packed fund raiser, its Big Night In. It was another occasion when multimillionaires urged we poor plebs to hand over our hard earned cash to a “good cause”. This time it is Coronavirus or rather the fight against it. My own views on Covid 19 are clear, I regard it as the biggest policy blunder in British History driven by utterly crazy GroupThink. But I digress slightly.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: has Drunken Sailor got a get out of jail card for Bidstack?

I start with Bidstack (BIDS), my article of earlier, and questions about the threshold of honesty needed in an RNS Reach. Then it is onto Intu (INTU)  and its imminent demise, just how useless are City analysts even the chap at Numis who finally realises the shares are worth 0p and what about the 2,500 staff.

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Cineword Covid 19 Update tells us nothing at all other than the directors are greedy bastards – in a mad world shares roof it

Shares in utterly bankrupt and worthless Intu (INTU) are up by 10% today. It is one of those days when folks just assume the best in everything. The worst recession since the 1930s, sod all earnings visibility, looming mass unemployment? Who cares? Just Fill Yer Boots! In that vein, shares in Cineworld (CINE) are up by 44% at 57p despite a dismal Covid update telling us nothing we need to know at all. Other than that the board are greedy bastards and you & I are subsidising that greed!

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Two stocks which are clearly slam dunk zeros

Okay, I have been wrong with such calls before. Quindell (QPP) was a total and demonstrable fraud, running on fumes and so just had to be a zero... Then along came those Aussie poltroons from Slater & Gordon, who bought most of its worthless assets, so saving Quindell but train-wrecking their own company. It happens now and again that the corporate world throws up an even bigger fool than your average Bulletin Board Moron on the LSE Asylum. Moreover, these are “challenging” times...

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Jim is your dad really Independent & win a prize by explaining Online Blockchain's accounts to me

I had a long chat today with my stockbroker, City veteran A. Laiker Esq on what it is like working from home. He loves it. I sense so do many others. I have loved it for years, being essentially a miserable and anto-social bastard. Companies will also love this new trend in the post Covid era and i discuss its implications. I look at Intu (INTU) and what an awful position it is in. The shares are a zero but discuss the whole sector. I run through the latest rumours on Ascent (AST), reveal that it is Novum Securities that has welshed on a £200,000 commitment but report another (bad news) rumour that Ascent needs to comment on. I look at a good deal for Webis (WEB) but think my old pal Jim Mellon is taking the piss with his view of who qualifies as an "independent" director. Then onto the markets where we have another bad news is good day and finally the prize contest relates to the utterly shite results of Online Blockchain (OBC) snuck out at no-one is watching O'clock yesterday alongside the pretty shite numbers from sister company ADVFN (AFN)

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Intu's shocking stat but Breedon still loves its big deal...

Another day, another bunch of COVID-19 updates. Naturally, we should expect nothing else. As discussed now multiple times on these pages, the key to maximise a company's chances of being a corporate survivor remains a combination of a prudent and smart management team with solid financing…

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In times of strife up step three old 'pals': Cineworld, Intu & Funding Circle...

You will have your own thoughts about President Trump's decision to ban European Union citizens from entering the United States, but it is clearly another impediment to global supply chains and that is not good. Global financial markets are therefore grisly and it is a natural instinct not to want to look at your portfolio – even if you had a bunch of cash and gold stocks a-plenty. But onto corporate earnings. There was a huge bunch of them today, including three old 'pals' that continue to be dogs that woof. The first two simply have too much debt which - despite ever lower global interest rates - is not a good look when earnings/cash flows are under pressure…

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Don't argue with Chris "3 Brains" Bailey but I think Malcolm Stacey is badly wrong on Rightmove

In today's podcast I look at Intu (INTU), Rightmove (RMV), Purplebricks (PURP), Iconic labs (ICON) and Nanoco (NANO).

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After a lengthy period of just being an uninvestable dog, the endgame starts at Intu...

Let us get the positive couple of comments out of the way first, before we do a little analytical dance on the ongoing doom at retail property company Intu (INTU). I was really pleased with the style and form of the trading update comments from both packing company DS Smith (SMDS) and recycling name Biffa (BIFF) today. I have written about both before - most recently here and here - and if you are thinking there is nothing to buy in the FTSE-350 at this moment in time...then I would suggest you look at both names…

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Rejoice, Rejoice, Rejoice!

This podcast is dedicated to all those trolls who have given me and my family such grief over certain stocks. I discuss Indaba and crony capitalists and a bloke who did the wrong course at Oxford. I look at Versarien (FRAUD), NMC Health (NMC), Bidstack (BIDS), Intu (INTU) and Nakama (NAK).

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ShareProphets readers tips for 2020 competition – end January update

Having asked for readers tips for 2020 for the prize of 1/2 litre of Tom Winnifrith's Greek Hovel olive oil (2020 harvest) HERE, the following is the first monthly update on performance (to be eligible needed to have selected, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2020)...

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Intu Properties mooted to ask shareholders for the odd billion quid to keep the shopping centre lights on

Only one story really grabs me in today's slightly boring Sunday press and that is about perma dog Intu Properties (INTU), which I described in September as a company that 'remains a shocker...I am continuing to avoid like the plague'. 

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FREE Podcast: ShareProphets Radio Edition NINETEEN with Tom Winnifrith on how housebuilders can collapse, the three top AIM overpromotes and the Appbox scam

There are no guests in this week's show which is sponsored by Open Orphan PLC (ORPH). It is just me and I start with the idea of it's too good to be true at Intu (INTU) and that leads me on to look in some detail at the compelling bear case against all the housebuilders and what that means for other sectors and for you and me. Then I look at the 3 most overpromoted stocks on AIM, Bidstack (BIDS), Versarien (VRS) and AFC Energy (AFC), the common themes and why shares in all three will eventually collapse. But there is a warning for the bears too. Then it is onto the up to £15 million Appbox Media, One True View scandal I exposed this week HERE. If you like this and can't wait seven days for more of the same and are tired of being a cheapskate you should listen to my Bearcast every day.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: How is the next bailout placing at the Eden fraud going?

Firstly, thanks to all who have donated to the Woodlarks Christmas grotto appeal. We are now at 57% of target, can the rest of you chip in today and get us there. Please donate HERE. In today's podcast I look at Bidstack (BIDS), Eden Research (EDEN), Dev Clever (DEV), Mothercare (MTC), Intu (INTU) and Sound Energy (SOU) where I did tell y'all so many times.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: I'm cancelling my sub because you are so horrid to Versarien

In today's podcast I look at the ludicrous idea of Tax Justice UK and Oxfam for a new wealth tax like the Spanish one. Whatever. Then I look at Intu (INTU) and finally at Versarien (VRS).

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Intu Properties: when even a takeover cannot help

When I look back on the various articles that i write for hopefully your entertainment and illumination each week, one of my favourites of recent months was 'Four shockers you were warned about – Aston Martin Lagonda, Dignity, Intu and St James's Place...' which (if you wish) you can access here 
 
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - could Aston Martin go bust?

In today's bearcast I look at Brave Bison (BBSN), Kier (KIE), Intu (INTU), Dignity (DTY) and Aston Martin Lagonda (AML). If you are interested in Versarien (VRS), as a bull or a bear, you MUST listen to today's ShareProphets radio HERE

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Four shockers you were warned about – Aston Martin Lagonda, Dignity, Intu and St James's Place...

Like buses, shocks often come in groups of three. Today though, in a fit of shocker enthusiasm, I count four that I have recently written about and warned you on. As Tom reminded me during my recent appearance on ShareProphets Radio, perhaps I should get serious about dusting down my ancient shorting skills given my historic schooling at a long-short equity fund. Anyhow, let us stack them up…

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Land Securities like a lunatic loves London...

There is much I could write about today including Greggs' (GRG) continued success with vegan sausage rolls (good), Vodafone (VOD) admitting it had to cut the dividend (bad) and yet another property sector shocker, this time from behemoth Land Securities (LAND)…

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Praising crazy cat lady Tara Cranswick & friendly advice for my hero Neil Ricketts of Versarien

In today's podcast I take a brief look at the local elections then cover Conman Windham's Valiant disaster, V22, run by the wonderful Tara Cranswick, Intu (INTU), Management Resource Solutions (MRS) and Versarien (VRS). There is a missing cat update from the Welsh hovel and then a stark message to the 80% of listeners who are being mean. Cough up HERE.

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Intu Properties – continue to avoid after another shocker

I have been a long-term bear on Intu Properties (INTU) and have not been surprised to see over the last few months a variety of corporate challenges which have justified the continued fall of the share price. Let's face it: being the owner of shopping centres is kind of obviously not an easy business to be involved with currently…

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Want a shopping centre for a quid? Not with 38%+ of retailers warning in the last year

I do not think i have ever visited the Postings shopping centre in Kirkcaldy in Fife but the photos of it look pretty grim.  Most of the tenants have moved out to a more appealing alternative local shopping sector and unsurprisingly the owner - City property hotshot Columbia Threadneedle Investments - wants to sell.  Well the cost of annual upkeep is now higher than the £152k annual rental bill from the continuing tenants, a statistical combination that surely is only going to get worse. 

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Next! Personal adventures and observations in the current retail landscape

As I have noted before, it is probably a good thing that the UK economy is not based on my personal consumption habits, especially when the highlight of my annual 'pre-Christmas trip to the shops' was purchasing an advent calendar marked down from its original price by over 75%... A very cheap way to buy some good quality chocolates (and - naturally - to ascertain the quality level I had to consume days one to fifteen in one sitting). 

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Intu, Greene King & ‘Dignity does not consist in possessing honours, but in deserving them’

Now this is what I call a proper 'earnings Thursday'. I will not have to tell the learned readership here that the quote above comes from Aristotle and it flickered through my mind as I read today's regulatory missive from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on the funeral sector…

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British Land, Intu and Workspace tell you property is dull, dull, dull (at best)

The lead headline in today's British Land (BLND) results is about rental growth but look at some of the other data: 'portfolio value down 1.9%...NAV down 2.9%' and a statutory loss. Yes, the interim dividend was upped by 3% but far more insightful is the continuing sale of assets by the company…

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Hammerson - commonsense on one bid, madness on another

Well it has taken a few months but the sentiment I expressed back in December that Hammerson's (HMSO) proposed takeover of Intu (INTU) was 'shopping centre madness' has finally been agreed with - the former walking away from its bid. The reasons, however, are truly fascinating with the regulatory statement from Hammerson blaming that easy punchbag 'the equity market':

Hammerson to buy Intu - shopping centre madness?

Bizarre news of the day among the larger cap stocks on Wednesday was undoubtedly the announcement that property behemoth Hammerson (HMSO) was buying shopping centre peer Intu (INTU) with a £3 billion+ all share (naturally) offer which creates a 'top three pan-European REIT' (real estate investment trust) with £21 billion of property baggage on its book. And, yes, you have guessed it, the transaction will be earnings accretive despite synergy levels (£25 million) that are more like a rounding error.

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