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22 May 2020
The bank and wealth manager says the pandemic has already impacted trading income, investment income and expected credit losses.
The retailer and wholesaler says Covid-19 has delayed the restructuring of its Polish supermarkets and is likely to lead to higher food prices.
Nulaid eggs recorded a first-half loss as prices fell and feed costs rose but the demand supply balance is expected to improve.
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The construction materials and bulk commodities producer says it is ready to capitalise on government infrastructure programmes aimed at stimulating the economy.
The group says it is preserving cash due to the impact of the lockdown on its businesses and uncertainty over when demand will return.
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21 May 2020
The retailer says internal market research has identified attractive growth areas that a capital raise will enable it to pursue.
The group has deferred the declaration of a dividend to its next cycle when it has a better understanding of normalised trading conditions.
The maiden results from the asset manager following its recent demerger from Investec were marred by the recent Covid-19 market correction.
The group has impaired some export operations due to ongoing trading difficulties that have been exacerbated by Covid-19.
The property fund says its expansion into European logistics properties is timeous given the accelerated shift to online retail as a result of Covid-19.
The construction group will delist on 22 June, a week after Group Five also exits the exchange due to the slump in the sector.
The Fleet business was recorded as held for sale at the end of its most recent report period before the deal fell through.
20 May 2020
The food producer says its international segment was held back by reduced shipments to China and foreign exchange losses.
The logistics group says its resources are best conserved at this time due to ongoing uncertainty in the global economy.
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The luxury goods group says the additional capital will help it weather potentially tougher times while supporting business development.
The mine-to-metals company is relocating its fine chrome recovery plant from DCM to one of its larger chrome sites.
The property fund is selling non-core assets as it focuses on strengthening its balance sheet and reducing debt.
19 May 2020
The poultry producer has also delayed a major capital programme to expand volumes as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The shopping centre owner says once the market has normalised there will be a greater opportunity to explore alternative capital structures and solutions.
The retailer and wholesaler was unable to sell items that contributed more than half of its sales last year.
The residential property and memorial parks developer is exiting its rental portfolio and outsourcing construction as it reduces debt.
The residential property developer will reconsider a dividend once it has greater certainty about the impact of Covid-19 on its business.
In Staying with a digital mindset, Old Mutual, as part of their future development, has also unveiled an ambitious plan to create Africa’s biggest Digital Classroom.
The specialist storage property fund says strong rental collections are evidence of the defensive and resilient nature of its business model.
18 May 2020
The drinks company says earnings for the year to end-June will be significantly lower as a result of alcohol restrictions.
The discount pharmacy chain says Baby City has been in its sights for many years and there are clear opportunities to harness synergies.
The luxury goods group is investigating a scheme to reward shareholders after halving its 2020 dividend to preserve cash.
There has been elevated demand for some products, while others have suffered due to declines in elective surgical procedures due to Covid-19.
The retailer says the Covid-19 lockdown and store closures will have a significant impact on its business this year.
The retailer and wholesaler says its other businesses delivered strong results and it is positive about the prosects for Poland.