It was put forward by the Australian stock exchange on Wednesday that last of Dubai state-owned property developer Nakheel's stake in Australian developer Mirvac Group has been sold for A$200 million dollars ($167.6 million).
A regulatory filing by the exchange specified that Nakheel's 172 million shares in Mirvac were bought by Deutsche Securities Australia, at A$1.16 a share.
Last year, it was revealed by Nakheel (which has an enormous debt repayment at year-end) that it has mulled to raise its 12.5 percent stake in Mirvac to almost 20 percent.
It should be noted that a sum of $3.5 billion worth of Islamic bonds is held by the subsidiary of state-owned conglomerate Dubai World, which will mature on 14th December. No information was given regarding the government's plans for them.
Back in the month of June, a sum of A$1.1 billion was raised by Mirvac Group in equity; and it declared major asset writedowns, along with scrapping its earnings guidance as the real estate sector was hit by major refinancing problems.
- Sharp fall experienced in Jobless claims
- Boeing plans to spend $10 billion on 777X jetliner
- Telstra ‘vacuums up’ data from telephone calls of Australian users
- FTC settles with maker of Brightest Flashlight Free app which distributed user data to third parties
- BBM directory search service launched for Android platform