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  • ACN Newswire3 months ago

    Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield announces the implementation of cross guarantees

    Paris, Amsterdam, June 29, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - On June 7, 2018, Unibail-Rodamco SE announced that it had completed the acquisition of Westfield Corporation to create Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (the ...

  • What Is Westfield Corporation’s (ASX:WFD) Share Price Doing?
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    What Is Westfield Corporation’s (ASX:WFD) Share Price Doing?

    Today we’re going to take a look at the well-established Westfield Corporation (ASX:WFD). The company’s stock had a relatively subdued couple of weeks in terms of changes in share price,Read More...

  • AAP9 months ago

    Westfield buyer sees a future for centres

    The future of online retail lies in bricks and mortar stores. That's the belief of European shopping centre giant Unibail-Rodamco's chief executive Christophe Cuvillier, who plans to buy Frank Lowy's Westfield ...

  • Westfield could be subject to bidding war
    AAP9 months ago

    Westfield could be subject to bidding war

    The prospect of a rival bid for Westfield Corporation cannot be ruled out, analysts say after Westfield agreed to a $US24.7 billion ($A32.7 billion) takeover by a European property giant. Shares in the Australian company which owns shopping centres in the US and UK soared a day after Westfield announced it had agreed to sell the business to Unibail-Rodamco. JP Morgan analysts say it is possible that a rival bid could emerge amid a raft of merger and acquisitions in the global shopping centre sector.

  • Westfield shares soar on $US25b takeover
    AAP9 months ago

    Westfield shares soar on $US25b takeover

    Shares in Westfield Corporation have soared after the company agreed to a $US24.7 billion ($A32.7 billion) takeover from Paris property giant Unibail-Rodamco. Westfield shares were placed in a trading halt on Tuesday ahead of the takeover announcement, and after resuming trade on Wednesday were up $1.22, or 14.4 per cent, at $9.72 at 1115 AEDT. The takeover offer values each Westfield security at $10.01, and has been recommended to shareholders by chairman and major shareholder Frank Lowy.

  • Westfield shares soar after Unibail-Rodamco takeover
    AFP9 months ago

    Westfield shares soar after Unibail-Rodamco takeover

    Shares in Australian shopping centre giant Westfield soared Wednesday after French property firm Unibail-Rodamco agreed to buy the group, with founder Frank Lowy congratulated on his "impeccable timing". In a deal valuing Westfield at US$24.7 billion, shareholders will receive the equivalent of Aus$10.01 in cash and stock for each share they hold. The biggest-ever corporate takeover in Australia will create a combined portfolio of the merged companies including key centres such as Westfield London and Westfield World Trade Center in New York.

  • Amid Amazon competition, Westfield malls sold for $15.7B
    Associated Press9 months ago

    Amid Amazon competition, Westfield malls sold for $15.7B

    PARIS (AP) — The owner of Westfield shopping centers is being bought by French property investor Unibail-Rodamco for $15.7 billion as shop retailers struggle to keep up with the move to online sites like Amazon.

  • $25 Billion Says the U.S. Shopping Mall Isn't Dead Yet
    Bloomberg9 months ago

    $25 Billion Says the U.S. Shopping Mall Isn't Dead Yet

    Unibail-Rodamco is by no means getting a bargain in Westfield.

  • 'Bittersweet' day for Westfield's Lowys
    AAP9 months ago

    'Bittersweet' day for Westfield's Lowys

    Westfield chairman Frank Lowy describes the $US25 billion ($A35 billion) sale of his shopping centre empire that also heralds his retirement as a bittersweet moment. The company he founded and listed on the sharemarket in 1960 is to sell its 35 UK and US operations to European shopping centre owner Unibail-Rodamco in one of the largest corporate deals in Australia's history. Westfield's Australian centres, which are managed by the separately listed Scentre Group, are unaffected.

  • European landlord buys Westfield for $33b
    AAP9 months ago

    European landlord buys Westfield for $33b

    Westfield Corporation has agreed to a $US24.7 billion ($A32.7 billion) takeover from a Paris property giant that will end the Lowy family's control of the shopping centre giant but also spread the Westfield brand across Europe. Unibail-Rodamco is the largest commercial landlord in Europe, with interests in shopping centres, offices and exhibition centres. It will pay a combination of cash and shares for control of Westfield, at a value representing a premium of 17.8 per cent on the most recent trading value of Westfield securities.

  • Unibail Buys Westfield for $16 Billion as Mall Owners Merge
    Bloomberg9 months ago

    Unibail Buys Westfield for $16 Billion as Mall Owners Merge

    Unibail-Rodamco SE, Europe’s largest commercial landlord, agreed to buy Australia’s Westfield Corp. for about A$21 billion ($15.8 billion) in the biggest property acquisition since 2013 as declining store ...

  • Tonckens Says Unibail-Rodamco, Westfield Fit Seamlessly
    Bloomberg Video9 months ago

    Tonckens Says Unibail-Rodamco, Westfield Fit Seamlessly

    Dec.12 -- Jaap Tonckens, chief financial officer at Unibail-Rodamco, discusses a deal with Westfield and his thoughts on the retail sector. He speaks with Matt Miller and Anna Edwards on “Bloomberg Markets: Europe.”