Market Tracker weekly round-up—17 November 2017

Market Tracker weekly round-up—17 November 2017
Weekly round-up of the latest corporate announcements, including delistings of Asian Growth Properties Limited and Central Rand Limited, IPOs by Landscape Acquisition Holdings Limited, Tri-Pillar Infrastructure Fund Ltd, placings by Hornby plc, Victoria plc, Science in Sport plc and Warpaint London plc, joint ventures between Mkango Resources Ltd. and Talaxis Limited and IronRidge Resources Limited and Gail Exploration SA, a return of value to shareholders by Vectura Group plc, related party transactions from Asian Growth Properties Limited, Science in Sport plc and Mkango Resources Ltd. a reorganisation by Asian Growth Properties Limited and a possible takeover of Gocompare.com Group plc.
The weekly round-up covers all deals announced from the Monday of the previous week until 12 noon on the Friday of the previous week. Any deals announced after this time will be included in the following day's round-up.The information contained in the weekly round up is republished in the monthly round up at the end of the month. To access previous announcements please visit the Market Tracker section of the Corporate homepage

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Delistings

Announcement date Delisting company Industry sector Key information
13 November 2017 Asian Growth Properties Limited Property Asian Growth Properties Limited (AGP) has announced that, following the disposal of its assets and AGP special distribution payment, the Company will be cancelling the admission to trading of the Company’s shares on AIM with effect from 7.30am (UK time) on Wednesday 20 November 2017.
Upon completion of the Disposal, AGP will be regarded as a cash shell pursuant to Rule 15 of the AIM Rules for Companies. Within six months of becoming a cash shell,

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