Published Date: 2020-11-18 | Source: INCE|Community | Author: InceConnect
The energy and chemicals group says it has also successfully concluded talks with its lenders to keep its amended debt covenant in place.
The technology services group is still trying to sell its IP businesses as it reduces debt while refinancing talks continue.
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The sugar producer and landowner has also made progress in reducing debt in line with its commitment to lenders.
The cement producer says after a difficult start to the year due to Covid-19, sales recovered strongly in the second quarter.
The bank has reported a continued improvement since August but says a dividend is unlikely this year.
The investment holding company says an offer to buy up to 100 million shares should not be seen as a takeover.
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The pharmaceuticals group says its drugs and hospital equipment should offset the negative commercial impact of the pandemic.
The distribution centre is the second development deal to arise from its partnership with UK property developer Newlands.
The real estate investment trust says offshore dividends were withheld and Covid-19 had a big impact on its local portfolio.
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