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Julian EvansThe Orange Revolution of December 2004 revitalised Ukraines political life, but so far, the economys progress since then has been disappointing. GDP growth stagnated last year and then Russia doubled the price of gas. Nothing is ever free, least of all freedom. That is the lesson Ukraine is learning now, as it faces up to the costs of living without the political and economic support of Russia. Not long after the orange bunting had been taken down from Maidan Square in Kiev, ...
James Hydzik Despite the political hiatus in Ukraine, the private sector has never been in better health. Unhealthy relations with politicians have not disappeared but they are receding, and a parliament full of businesspeople is likely to help liberalise markets. In this climate, Ukraines domestic capital markets are making encouraging progress, although the new generation of more entrepreneurial and transparent companies also have many international fundraising options. Business and ...
By Friedel RotherCompanies focused on buying and developing real estate are the latest trend in Londons booming IPO market, as risk appetite rises among investors looking for a bite of the next property hot spot. But as the number soars of real estate companies and funds listing their shares 25 last year on the AIM market, three times the number which debuted on the exchange in 2004 signs of a slowdown are appearing.Morgan Stanley says it is increasingly time to sell property stocks as ...
LONDON (Dow Jones)--XXI Century Investments Plc said Tuesday that it has won a tender issued by Zaporizhya city administration to build a mixed-use complex in the city. Zaporizhya, which has a population of over 1 000,000, is one of the main cities in South Eastern Ukraine. The site acquired by XXI Century covers an area of 1.9 hectares in central Zaporizhya. The complex will consist of both retail and entertainment facilities and will require three years to construct including 12 months ...
LONDON (AFX) XXI Century Investments Public Ltd, a real estate investment, development and property management company in Ukraine, said it has won a tender issued by Zaporizhya city administration to build a mixed-use complex in the city.Zaporizhya, which has a population of over 1 mln, is one of the main cities in southeastern Ukraine.The site acquired by XXI Century covers an area of 1.9 hectares in central Zaporizhya. The complex will consist of both retail and entertainment facilities and ...
LONDON (Dow Jones)--XXI Century Investments Public Limited, a real estate development and property management company in Ukraine, said Wednesday it intends to seek admission to the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange. XXI Century also announced the launch of an international offering of shares and global depositary receipts to institutional investors. ING is acting as sole bookrunner and global co-ordinator of the Offer as well as nominated adviser and broker to the ...
A £140 million fundraising for a Balkan property vehicle leads the flood of Eastern European ventures that have recently unveiled plans to float on AIM.This is part of the stampede of 30 companies that during the last two weeks of November announced their intention to join the market. This suggests December will be a bumper month for new AIM admissions, rounding off a record year, during which nearly 500 companies have floated on the London Stock Exchanges junior market.Equest Balkan ...
Ukrainian property company XXI Century Investments raised sufficient interest to price its IPO at the top of the price range last week. Pricing set the company at a premium to NAV and this grew following the stocks debut in the ING-ledd eal.XXI Century was raising new capital to expand operations through the all-primary deal. The company is currently investing across residential, commercial and retail sectors in order to ensure that it has exposure to the most buoyant market. The lead said ...
Dec. 13 (Bloomberg) XXI Century Investments Public Ltd., the builder of Kievs first shopping center, raised $121 million in a share sale to fund new investments. XXI Century sold 11.6 million shares and global depositary receipts at $10.40 a share, the top of its target range, the company said in an e-mailed statement today. It may sell a further 1.74 million shares at the same price, raising about $18 million. The stock will start trading on Londons Alternative Investment Market in ...
KIEV, Dec 13 (Reuters) The initial public offering of XXI Century Investment, a Ukrainian real estate development and property management company, was priced at $10.4 per share on Tuesday, the company said in a statement. The deal includes 11.6 million shares and will raise some $121 million. The company, which develops and manages assets ranging from shopping centres to residential complexes, is offering shares and global depositary receipts (GDRs). XXI, which said the IPO could give it a ...


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