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New Financial Instrument Listing - GRT27 GROWTHPOINT PROPERTIES LIMITED (Incorporated with limited liability in South Africa under registration number 1987/004988/06) JSE Code: GRT27 ISIN No: ZAG000154329 NEW FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT LISTING The JSE Limited has granted a listing to Growthpoint Properties Limited - GRT27 due 28 September 2023 under their Domestic Medium-term Note Programme dated 26 January 2012. INSTRUMENT TYPE: FLOATING RATE NOTE Authorised Programme Size R20,000,000,000.00 Total Notes in issue R17,543,000,000.00 (excluding this issuance) Full note details are set out below: Bond Code GRT27 Nominal Value R500,000,000.00 Issue price 100% Coupon 8.292% (3 Month JIBAR as at 25 September 2018 of 6.992% plus 130bps) Coupon Rate Indicator Floating Trade Type Price Maturity Date 28 September 2023 Interest Commencement Date 28 September 2018 First Interest Payment Date 28 December 2018 Interest Payment Dates 28 March; 28 June; 28 September and 28 December Last day to register by 17:00 on 17 March; 17 June; 17 September and 17 December Books Close 18 March; 18 June; 18 September and 18 December Date Convention Following Business Day Date Issued 28 September 2018 ISIN No ZAG000154329 26 September 2018 Debt sponsor Absa Corporate and Investment Bank, a division of Absa Bank Limited Date: 26/09/2018 11:39:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Delisting of Financial Instrument Announcement The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited Delisting of Financial Instrument Announcement - "CLN374" Stock Code: CLN374 ISIN Code: ZAG000115155 The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited has repurchased the entire issue of CLN374 Senior Unsecured Credit Linked Note issued under its Structured Note Programme and has requested the JSE Limited that CLN374 be de-listed effective 28 September 2018. Dated: 26 September 2018 Sponsor - The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited Further information on CLN374 please contact: Johann Erasmus SBSA (Sponsor) Email: johann.erasmus@standardbank.co.za Date: 26/09/2018 11:36:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Director's dealings in securities City Lodge Hotels Limited "City Lodge" (Reg. No. 1986/002864/06) (Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa) Share Code: CLH ISIN Code: ZAE000117792 Director's dealings in securities In compliance with Rule 3.63 - 3.74 of the JSE Listings Requirements, the following information is disclosed: Director: A.C. Widegger Office held: Chief Executive Officer Name of company: City Lodge Hotels Limited Date of transaction: 25 September 2018 Number of shares: 5,121 Price: R146.00 Value of transaction: R747,666.00 Nature of Transaction: On market sale of ordinary shares to settle the tax obligation that arose following the vesting on 4 September 2018 of bonus shares awarded under the Restricted Share Plan 2011. Nature and extent of Director's interest in the transaction: Direct beneficial Prior clearance to deal has been obtained from Mr B.T. Ngcuka, Chairman of the Board of City Lodge, in accordance with Section 3.66 of the JSE Listings Requirements. Bryanston 26 September 2018 Sponsor Nedbank Corporate & Investment Banking Date: 26/09/2018 11:01:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Summarised Unaudited Consolidated Results for the Six Months Ended 30 June 2018 4SIGHT HOLDINGS LIMITED (Incorporated in the Republic of Mauritius) (Registration number: C148335 C1/GBL) ("4Sight Holdings" or "the Company" or "the Group") ISIN Code: MU0557S00001 JSE Code: 4SI SUMMARISED UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED RESULTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30 JUNE 2018 GROUP AND FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS: The Board of Directors is pleased to present its maiden set of six month results from 1 January 2018 to 30 June 2018. The date of incorporation of the Group was on 28 June 2017 and as a result no comparatives for the interim results is available. Accordingly, where appropriate, the results have been compared to the group results published for the six months ended 31 December 2017. These comparative numbers may thus not be considered adequately comparable due to the difference in reporting period presented. During the first half of the year 4Sight Holdings had the following highlights: - Turnover for the six months to 30 June 2018 was $19 374 220. A substantial portion of the turnover was derived from acquisitive growth post listing, being the Mining and Manufacturing sector and the Platform sector, together contributing $11.5m. It should be noted that the Telco sector traditionally earns 70% of its revenue in the second half of the year. - Operating expenses were higher for the six month period at $11 476 199 compared to the six months ended 31 December 2017 of $7 114 045 in line with the growth in turnover levels and acquisitions, as well as a number of once-off costs associated therewith. - Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) was $1 800 277 for the period under review. - Operating profit was $1 215 192 and cash flow from operations was positive at $456 395. - Earnings per share ("EPS") and Headline Earnings per Share ("HEPS") was 0.15 (USD cents), based on 476 268 895 weighted average shares in issue. - The group has successfully acquired a number of companies since the start of the period under review in line with its strategic objectives ahead of the listing on October 2017 and with the intention to create solutions in certain sectors, namely: • Telco, Media and Property, which is the segment which was included in the prospectus ahead of the listing; • Mining and Manufacturing, which segment is already reaping the benefits of the synergies created with the ability to provide an end-to-end solution; and • Platform Solutions, which acquisitions were concluded during the period under review and are showing rapid growth. BUSINESS OVERVIEW 4Sight Holdings is a technology investment company with a vision to empower people to make better decisions in the digital economy. Exponential technologies are driving the old economy towards a new digital economy, commonly called ‘the fourth industrial revolution' (4IR). In this context, 4Sight Group has significantly grown its business in the past six months through a series of acquisitions to ensure that the Group can offer full end-to-end autonomous intelligence (AI) solutions to various industries. The business now has 600 permanent employees who serve 3000 customers across 30 countries in five major go-to-market industry clusters. At our inception and listing we focused only on the telecommunications sector; but this has since expanded to embrace mining and manufacturing, health and insurance, cross-industry platform technologies, digital advisory and a cluster of smaller industries such as property, media, and retail. OUR ACHIEVEMENTS Our vision is to develop, own, and license AI solutions in various industries, with the core focus on AI and the basket of supporting exponential technologies. Our business model uses various levels of corporate activity, such as acquisitions, organic growth, and research and development to achieve this. We have achieved the following milestones in the past six months: Acquisitions: To date the Group has acquired 16 business units and three associates. These acquisitions were carefully and strategically planned in order to acquire Intellectual Property, capable and deep management experience, existing customers, track records and solutions into five main clusters for specific industries, which are currently grouped in three segments for reporting purposes. Management team: We have established an executive team consisting of five cluster heads and five key management. Workforce: We have 600 permanent employees across the Group, most of whom are highly skilled, and 400 available support contractors on the Sirbie workforce platform. Resellers: We have 200 cloud service resellers in 18 countries. World regions: In line with our approach of "Think Global, Act Local" 4Sight Holdings has a number of regions in which it operates, namely Europe, Middle East and Africa ("EMEA"), which currently represents the majority of group revenue, with the Americas and the Asia Pacific contributing to group revenue. Regional implementation channels: 4Sight Holdings South Africa, in which 4Sight Holdings has 49%, has been developed as a Level 2 B-BBEE company, as stated in our prospectus commitment; and in our memorandum of understanding with Chinese investors with whom we shall establish a Chinese 4Sight joint venture. Customer base: We have 3 000 customers in 30 countries worldwide. Sales channels: We have established two global and two regional channels. Offering: We offer nine main autonomous intelligence (AI) solutions, with 63 sub-AI technologies. MARKET The 4IR revolution began around 2007 in the consumer market, but it took ten years to shape the business market for 4IR. We currently see huge demand for digital transformation services and solutions in the business market; specifically with cloud technologies as the entry point into the digital transformation race. Most of our customers focus on building smarter operations through digital transformation, progressing from hindsight to insight. This investment requires a significant focus on making sure that operational technologies and the Internet of Things integrate into existing Information technology infrastructure safely and securely. We predict that, in the next three years, customers will begin to transform their product offerings through exponential technologies, and then move into disruptive industry offerings. BUSINESS PERFORMANCE With a series of acquisitions completed in the past eight months since listing, our revenue split between international business and South African business has settled at a seventy five-twenty five ratio. In the South African context, the first three months of 2018 have been one of the most difficult trading seasons, with business confidence hitting its lowest point in recent years because of various political changes and challenges. In international markets, the so-called ‘trade war' scenarios of the Trump administration have the potential to impact business trade in the 30 countries in which we do business. The initial investment in the telecommunications sector, which historically experienced a 30%/70% revenue split, will still skew our revenue to a 40%/60% split between the first six months and the latter six months of the 2018 financial year. It should also be noted that most of the acquisitions during the six months under review, had an effective date of 1 April 2018 and therefore have only contributed three months of profits to the group results. Our acquisition strategy is based on the principle that payment is made for proven historical earnings and, where high growth is projected, vendors will be paid on an earn-out model, based on the net profit after tax generated by the company before shares are issued. Under IFRS 3, future shares must be accounted for on the date of acquisition resulting in the recognition of the liability. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF PROFIT OR LOSS AND OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME Unaudited Audited 6 months 6 months ended ended Figures in US Dollars 30 June 31 December 2018 2017 Revenue 19 374 220 11 980 920 Cost of Sales (6 697 510) (2 582 125) Gross Profit 12 676 710 9 398 795 Other income 14 681 69 195 Operating expenses (11 476 199) (7 114 045) Operating profit 1 215 192 2 353 945 Investment income 19 401 21 713 Finance costs (267 694) (63 596) Income from equity accounted investments 101 141 - Profit before taxation 1 068 040 2 312 062 Taxation (244 314) (219 918) Profit for the period 823 726 2 092 144 Other comprehensive income: Items that may be classified to profit or loss Unrealised exchange differences on translating foreign (1 462 528) 256 982 operations Other comprehensive income for the period net of (1 462 528) 256 982 taxation Total comprehensive (loss)/income for the period (638 802) 2 349 126 Profit attributable to: Owners of the parent 721 328 1 832 044 Non-controlling interest 102 398 260 100 823 726 2 092 144 Total comprehensive (loss)/income attributable to: Owners of parent (642 517) 2 089 026 Non-controlling interest 3 715 260 100 (638 802) 2 349 126 Per share information: Earnings per Share (USD cents) 0.15 0.51 Diluted Earnings per Share (USD cents) 0.13 0.49 Headline Earnings per Share (USD cents) 0.15 0.50 Diluted Headline Earnings per Share (USD cents) 0.13 0.49 Weighted average number of shares in issue 476 268 895 360 695 468 Fully diluted weighted average number of shares in issue 559 350 277 374 930 762 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION Unaudited 6 months ended Audited Figures in US Dollars 30 June 31 December 2018 2017 ASSETS Non-Current Assets 56 561 488 38 509 359 Property, plant and equipment 3 026 742 3 048 548 Goodwill 39 502 676 23 803 478 Intangible assets 12 839 984 10 487 844 Deferred tax 1 057 669 1 169 489 Investment in associates 134 417 - Current Assets 14 612 836 14 952 097 Inventories 182 688 144 862 Trade and other receivables 9 805 072 10 246 173 Other financial assets 21 351 24 940 Current tax receivable 84 280 73 564 Cash and cash equivalents 4 519 445 4 462 558 Total Assets 71 174 324 53 461 456 EQUITY AND LIABILITIES Equity Equity attributable to Equity Holders of Parent Share capital 50 510 908 41 295 921 Reserves (4 323 986) (2 960 141) Retained income 2 553 372 1 832 044 48 740 294 40 167 824 Non-controlling interest (88 412) (87 550) 48 651 882 40 080 274 Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities 7 559 441 4 567 042 Other financial liabilities 7 147 155 3 720 160 Deferred income 380 132 698 948 Deferred taxation 32 154 147 934 Current Liabilities 14 963 001 8 814 140 Trade and other payables 4 750 022 5 460 147 Other financial liabilities 8 141 968 559 712 Deferred income 1 650 185 2 549 991 Bank overdraft 218 179 244 290 Current tax payable 202 647 Total Liabilities 22 522 442 13 381 182 Total Equity and Liabilities 71 174 324 53 461 456 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY Total Foreign attributable Currency Non- to equity Non- Share Treasury Translation Distributable Retained holders of controlling Total Figures in US Dollars capital Shares reserve Reserves Income the Group interest equity Profit for the period - - - 1 832 044 1 832 044 260 100 2 092 144 Other comprehensive income - 256 982 - 256 982 - 256 982 Total comprehensive income for - 256 982 1 832 044 2 089 026 260 100 2 349 126 the period Issue of shares 41 295 921 - - 41 295 921 - 41 295 921 Acquisition of minority interest - - (3 217 123) - (3 217 123) (3 508 223) (6 725 346) Business combinations - - - - 3 160 573 3 160 573 Balance at 31 December 2017 41 295 921 256 982 (3 217 123) 1 832 044 40 167 824 (87 550) 40 080 274 Profit for the period - - - 721 328 721 328 102 398 823 726 Other comprehensive income - (1 363 845) - (1 363 845) (98 683) (1 462 528) Total comprehensive income for - (1 363 845) 721 328 (642 517) 3 715 (638 802) the period Issue of shares 10 010 507 - - 10 010 507 - 10 010 507 Acquisition of minority interest - - - - - - - Share issue cost (41 862) - - - (41 862) (41 862) Treasury shares (753 658) (753 658) (753 658) Business combinations - - - - (4 577) (4 577) Balance at 30 June 2018 51 264 566 (753 658) (1 106 863) (3 217 123) 2 553 372 48 740 294 (88 412) 48 651 882 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS Unaudited Audited 6 months ended 6 months ended 30 June 31 December Figures in US Dollars 2018 2017 Cash flows from/(used in) operating activities Cash generated/(used in) from operations 550 098 (2 071 979) Interest income (19 401) 21 713 Finance costs (36 925) (63 596) Tax paid (37 377) (320 830) Net cash from/(used in) operating activities 456 395 (2 434 692) Cash flows (used in)/from investing activities Purchase of property, plant and equipment (105 533) (40 602) Proceeds on disposal of property, plant and 23 817 31 581 equipment Purchase of intangible assets (803 123) (780 423) Business combinations 520 060 3 172 350 Other financial assets repaid 4 010 022 Net cash (used in)/from investing activities (364 779) 6 392 928 Cash flows from financing activities Expenditure incurred on share issue (41 862) 1 144 473 Proceeds from other financial liabilities 810 971 4 347 977 Repayments of other financial liabilities (206 804) (1 990 471) Acquisition of minorities without change in control (3 297 250) Net cash from financing activities 562 305 204 729 Total cash movement for the period 673 921 4 162 965 Total cash at the beginning of the period 4 218 268 - Effect of translation of foreign entities (590 923) 55 303 Total cash at end of the period 4 301 266 4 218 268 BASIS OF PREPARATION AND ACCOUNTING POLICIES The accounting policies and method of measurement and recognition applied in the preparation of these summarised unaudited consolidated six months results are in terms of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The Group was established with the incorporation of the holding company on 29 June 2017 with its year end set at 31 December each year. The Group published its first set of results from incorporation to 31 December 2017. Accordingly, this is the maiden six month interim results for the Group. The unaudited condensed consolidated six month results for the six months ended 30 June 2018 have been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the JSE Limited Listings Requirements for interim reports, the requirements of the Mauritian Companies Act, 15 of 2001 applicable to condensed financial statements, the SAICA Financial Reporting Guides as issued by the Accounting Practices Committee, the Financial Reporting Pronouncements as issued by the Financial Reporting Standards Council and contain information required by IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting. The accounting policies applied in preparation of these condensed consolidated six months results are consistent with those applied in the previous annual financial statements. The group adopted IFRS 9: Financial Instruments and IFRS 15: Revenue from Contracts with Customers effective from 1 January 2018. The adoption of the new standards and interpretations did not have a significant impact on the Group's financial results. The unaudited condensed interim results were prepared under the supervision of the Financial Director, Mr Jacques Hattingh (CA) SA and were approved by the board of directors on 18 September 2018. The directors of 4Sight Holdings ("the Board") take full responsibility for the preparation of the summarised unaudited consolidated interim results. RESULTS COMMENTARY Turnover for the six months to 30 June 2018 was $19 374 220. A substantial portion of the turnover was derived from acquisitive growth post listing, being the Mining and Manufacturing sector and the Platform sector, together contributing $11.5m. It should be noted that the Telco sector traditionally earns 70% of its revenue in the second half of the year. Operating expenses were higher for the six month period at $11 476 199 compared to the six months ended 31 December 2017 of $7 114 045 in line with the growth in turnover levels and acquisitions, as well as a number of once-off costs associated therewith. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) was $1 800 277 for the period under review, whilst operating profit was $1 215 192. Finance costs, comprised: - interest on mortgage bonds, which increased due to two more properties being acquired, which were held by subsidiaries acquired by 4Sight Holdings; and - interest on deferred vendor liabilities amounted to a non-cash finance cost of $230 769. This finance cost is directly related to the vendors earn-out periods. Income from equity accounted investments arose from the profit share received from Digitata Networks America. The total comprehensive loss was impacted by the loss on exchange differences on translating foreign operations. Earnings per share ("EPS") and Headline Earnings per Share ("HEPS") was 0.15 (USD cents), based on 476 268 895 weighted average shares in issue. The group has successfully acquired a number of companies since the start of the period under review in line with its strategic objectives ahead of the listing on October 2017, which was the main reason for the increase in Goodwill, Intangible Assets and Other Financial Liabilities compared to period ended 31 December 2017. The reduction in trade and other receivables from 31 December 2017 to 30 June 2018 is primarily associated with the Telco sector, which has it license renewals in the second half of the financial year, normally around November and December each year as well as the effect of the foreign exchange translation. However, cash and cash equivalents improved compared to the prior period. Stated capital increased due to the acquisitions during the period under review as further detailed below. Other Financial Liabilities, both Non-Current and Current, increased due to acquisitions in the current period. Other financial liabilities also increased due to bonds associated with properties acquired indirectly through the acquisitions. Details of the Other Financial Liabilities are set out below: Other Financial Liabilities Unaudited Audited 30 June 31 December Figures in US Dollars 2018 2017 ABSA Bank Ltd-Instalment Sale Agreements 84 814 123 481 ABSA Bank Ltd-Mortgage Bond 179 094 218 894 Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd-Mortgage Bond 1 312 861 501 890 STRATEGIX 203 235 - Randburg Control 49 565 77 639 Blue Sparrow Trust 166 670 200 000 N.L Jackson 153 341 212 747 M.A Powel 68 631 76 158 Digitata Investment Trust 4 233 4 233 Deferred Vendor Liability 13 066 679 2 864 830 - AGE 2 950 404 2 864 830 - SET 2 181 284 - - AccTech 6 347 993 - - Dynamics 1 586 998 - 15 289 123 4 279 872 Non-current liabilities At amortised cost 7 147 155 3 720 160 Current liabilities At amortised cost 8 141 968 559 712 15 289 123 4 279 872 Cash flow from operations was positive at $456 395, primarily due to good management of working capital. SEGMENTAL REVENUE, TOTAL ASSETS, TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESULTS The Executive Directors assess the performance of the operating segments based on the measure of operating profit. The Group has the following strategic divisions, which are its reportable segments. These divisions offer different products and services and are managed separately because they require different technology and marketing strategies. The three main reportable segments consist of Telco/Media/Property, Mining and Manufacturing and Platform. The following summary describes the operations of each reportable segment. The Executive directors is the Chief Operating decision makers of the Group. Telco/Media/Property The Telco/Media/Property segment was originally acquired in terms of the 4Sight Holdings' strategy in which our algorithms help network operators to optimize revenue while retaining customers on the network within optimal use of the network infrastructure and our digital media solution helps brands to reach and engage consumers for brand awareness, campaigns and customer behaviour profiling. This segment further consists of the following minor segments: - Dynamic Tariffing - provides operators with the ability to price calls, SMS, data, and content intelligently. This intelligence is applied to the customer "segment of one" with a smart app to provide data control, customer behaviour, and real-time offers to consumers. - Networks services - provides intelligent vendor-agnostic solutions to monitor, audit, control and automate mobile technologies (2G, 3G, and 4G) across multiple network components. - Insights / Media - uses gamification technology to reach and engage consumers on feature and smart mobile devices on behalf of its customers. - Property services - focuses on providing smart property solutions in the Industry4.0 economy, ranging from smart utility management to communication and billing services. - Development - provision of development services for a range of software applications both internally and externally relating to the telecommunications, media and property industry. - Telecommunications - providing cloud-based telecommunication solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. Mining and Manufacturing The Mining and Manufacturing segment consists mainly of three entities namely BluESP, Age and SET. - BluESP Holdings (Pty) Ltd and its subsidiary ("BluESP") Revenue from BluESP arises from both annuity and project related income and consists of Software, Consulting Services, Training and Support of Solutions that helps customers increase profitability through Supply Chain Optimisation, Production Optimisation, Prescriptive Maintenance and Manufacturing Execution Solutions. - Age Technologies JHB (Pty) Ltd ("AGE") AGE is a systems integrator and sales are derived from the sale of products such as sensors, IoT, instrumentation, control system hardware, cabling and networking equipment for large Industrial installations and the associated engineering and services work. Current installations are being done in the mining and water segments in Southern African Countries. This includes South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Zimbabwe. This is the only company in the Group that sell physical (IoT) products and provide interfacing between the digital and real worlds. - Simulation Engineering Technologies (Pty) Ltd ("SET") SET is an independent consulting company that specialises in creating accurate discrete- event computer simulation models of complex systems in the mining, rail, logistics, manufacturing and service industries. SET was established in 2004 and its senior staff have been in the simulation industry since 1995. SET has over 50 years of collective experience in conducting simulation studies in the aforementioned industries. SET's professional services include the application of various industrial engineering techniques and principles like process simulation, production scheduling, warehouse slotting optimisation capacity planning, operations improvement, systems optimisation, work studies, training, etc. SET is also a supplier of various simulation, scheduling and optimisation software packages in Africa and the Middle East with strategic partnerships across the globe. Platform The Platform segment consists mainly of the following: - Casewise South Africa (Pty) Ltd ("Casewise") Casewise specialises in enterprise architecture and enterprise data modelling and design; the cornerstones of enabling digitization of physical assets. These data management tools form the basic design and deployment tools of analyzing, constructing, and deploying data in Industry4.0 applications. - AccTech Systems (Pty) Ltd ("AccTech") & Dynamics Africa Services (Pty) Ltd ("Dynamics") AccTech has been servicing the Private and Government Sector on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) products since 1994, with over 1 200 customers and 35 600 users internationally, (80% in RSA). AccTech has offices in 15 African cities and 300 staff (180 in Pretoria Head Office), all within Africa's reach. The main products and services include business software (ERP, Business Process Management (BPM), Human Resource Management (HRM), Business Intelligence (BI), implementation services, software development and system support. These products and services are delivered to customers in various industries such as; Finance, Mining, Manufacturing, Distribution, Logistics, Property Management, State-owned Organisations, Not-for-Profits, and Retail. Of the users, 12 000 users are on AccTech's own BPM solution, 12 000 users on Sage ERP products, 5 000 on 3rd Party products and 6 600 users on Human Capital and Customer Relation Management (CRM) solutions from Sage and Microsoft. Dynamics Africa, an AccTech subsidiary, has been appointed by Microsoft as an Indirect Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) for the regions Middle East, Central Europe and Africa regions. The CSP program allows for the distribution of Microsoft's range of cloud applications, including Office 365, Dynamics Africa 365 and Microsoft Azure to its dedicated partners across the globe. - Strategix Applications Systems (Pty) ("STRATEGIX') STRATEGIX is a software development company that has digitized SHEQ solutions, integrated management systems, integrated business continuity management systems and occupational health and wellness management solutions as well as integrated environmental sustainability systems. - Onesource Africa (Pty) Ltd ("Onesource Africa") OneSource Africa supplies Governance, Risk and Compliance ("GRC") services to a range of local and international companies. Its business model is not just based on traditional consulting services but also includes outsourced services related to a range of Business Management Services. Its ability to innovate, implement and deliver utilising technology forms the basis of rationale for the acquisition. With the suite of GRC software together with the deep subject knowledge and implementation skills within OneSource Africa, it will lay the platform for enabling 4Sight's mission to enable people to make decisions in the digital economy and key to that is the digital transformation brought about by cloud technologies. - Visualitics (Pty) Ltd ("Visualitics") Visualitics was founded in 2009 as one of the first true data science companies in South Africa. From its outset, Visualitics focused on the delivery of bespoke data science solutions for customers, which required a unique blend of capabilities to solve difficult business problems. In this process, the foundation was established for 4Sight Holdings to focus on creating Industry4.0 solutions by the steps of "visualize", "digitize", "analyze" and "optimize". From a technology perspective ("digitize"), Visualitics developed sensor technologies to measure pedestrian movements in a non-intrusive manner for clients (over 90 million unique customer movements have been logged, analysed and presented to clients in retail, property development and media), to the extreme of building new spatial-economic models for competition law enforcement ("optimize"). Visualitics also offers change management services to international customers in the areas of business engineering, enterprise transformation and re-engineering. This provides Visualitics with the unique capability to understand Industry4.0 change, and to assist customers to digitize their business strategies and operations through the 4Sight Holdings capabilities; using the technologies of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data and block chain. The segmental information for the three main segments is presented below: Six-month period ended 30 June 2018 Telco/ Media/ Mining and Figures in US Dollars Property Manufacturing Platform Other Total Revenue - External 7 845 700 4 930 416 6 598 104 19 374 220 - Internal - - 197 451 (197 451) - Operating Profit/(Loss) 724 650 298 943 945 076 (84 775) 1 883 894 Depreciation and amortisation (504 076) (40 158) (40 851) - (585 085) Vendor Liability Interest Non-cash item (230 769) (230 769) Taxation (20 703) (47 020) (179 477) 2 886 (244 314) Profit/(Loss) 199 871 211 765 724 748 (312 658) 823 726 The Executive Directors do not monitor assets and liabilities by segment. Geographical segment The Group operates principally in Mauritius and South Africa. Thus, these locations have been disclosed, however, areas such as the Seychelles, Malaysia and other locations are insignificant, and thus not shown as a separate segment: Six-month period ended 30 June 2018 Figures in US Dollars Total South Africa Mauritius Eliminations reported Revenue - External 14 652 539 4 721 681 - 19 374 220 - Internal 3 175 442 3 116 568 (6 292 010) - 17 827 981 7 838 249 (6 292 010) 19 374 220 Operating profit/(loss) 987 197 896 697 - 1 883 894 Depreciation & Amortisation (162 984) (422 101) - (585 085) Deferred Vendor Liability (230 769) - (230 769) Interest-Non-cash item Taxation (211 428) (32 886) - (244 314) Profit/(Loss) 612 785 210 941 - 823 726 The Executive Directors do not monitor assets and liabilities by segment. HEADLINE EARNINGS RECONCILIATION The headline earnings reconciliation and per share information is set out below: Unaudited Audited Six month Six month period period ended ended 30-Jun-18 31-Dec-17 USD USD Profit attributable to owners of the parent 721 328 1 832 044 Adjustments for: Profit/(loss) on disposal of property, plant and equipment - net of 15 566 (11 841) tax Headline earnings for the period 736 894 1 820 203 Per share information: Headline Earnings per Share (US cents) 0.15 0.50 Diluted Headline Earnings per Share (US cents) 0.13 0.49 Weighted average number of shares in issue 476 268 895 360 695 468 Fully diluted weighted average number of shares in issue 559 350 277 374 930 762 ACQUISITIONS AND DISPOSALS During the period under review, the Company has concluded a number of acquisitions in its targeted Industry4.0 strategy as follows: - Foursight Holdings Proprietary Limited ("Foursight") for a purchase consideration of USD0.3 million; - Casewise for a purchase consideration of USD1.4 million; - Fleek Technologies Holdings Proprietary Limited ("Fleek") for a purchase consideration of USD1.8 million, which now forms part of the Telco/Property/Media segment; - Visualitics for a purchase consideration of USD0.8 million; - Corporate Lifestyle Management Holdings Proprietary Limited ("CLM") for a purchase consideration of USD0.07 million; - SET for a purchase consideration of USD3.6 million, of which USD2.2 million remains subject to the achievement of a profit warranty within the next year; - AccTech for a purchase consideration of USD8.4 million, of which USD6.3 million remains subject to the achievement of profit warranties of the next two years; - Dynamics for a purchase consideration of USD2.1 million, of which USD1.6 million remains subject to the achievement of profit warranties of the next two years; - SRATEGIX for a purchase consideration of USD0.2 million. The remainder of the consideration to be determined based on Net Profit After tax, multiplied by a Price Earnings of 8, divided by 3 over the next three years less the original consideration already paid; - Onesource Africa for a purchase consideration of USD0.1 million. The remainder of the consideration to be determined based on Net Profit After tax, multiplied by a Price Earnings of 6, divided by 3 over the next three years, less the original consideration already paid; - XWES Proprietary Limited ("XWES") for a purchase consideration to be determined based on Net Profit After tax, multiplied by a Price Earnings of 6, divided by 3 over the next three years; The ZAR based investments were accounted for fair value of consideration payable. The aggregate business combinations are disclosed below: Figures in US Dollars Casewise Fleek VLS SET Property, plant and equipment 608 32 705 124 199 76 044 Intangible assets and goodwill 19 277 9 462 - - Other financial assets 3 086 25 285 643 644 577 633 Deferred tax asset - 23 486 19 805 - Trade and other receivables 21 657 137 299 - 310 884 Inventory - - - - Cash and cash equivalents 61 919 93 267 9 325 44 757 Other financial liabilities (8 564) (227 594) (852 474) (706 676) Deferred income - - - - Bank overdraft - - - - Forex translation reserve - - - - Trade and other payables (39 651) (194 879) (33 253) - Total identifiable net assets/(liabilities) 58 332 (100 969) (88 754) 302 642 Non-controlling interest - 13 126 - (90 793) Goodwill 1 369 189 1 888 954 838 034 3 391 601 Purchase consideration 1 427 521 1 801 111 749 280 3 603 450 Other Immaterial Figures in US Dollars AccTech DAS Acquisitions Total Property, plant and equipment 70 088 2 245 13 812 319 701 Intangible assets 2 026 319 - - 2 055 058 Other financial assets 170 193 155 994 865 911 2 441 746 Deferred tax asset - - 50 411 93 702 Trade and other receivables 2 037 421 603 166 70 367 3 180 794 Inventory - - - - Cash and cash equivalents 159 950 147 930 8 367 525 515 Other financial liabilities (1 002 289) (16 252) (1 123 220) (3 937 069) Deferred income - - (424) (424) Bank overdraft - - (5 455) (5 455) Forex translation reserve - - - - Trade and other payables (689 802) (635 392) (23 759) (1 616 736) Total identifiable net assets / (liabilities) 2 771 880 257 691 (143 990) 3 056 832 Non-controlling interest - - 73 090 (4 577) Goodwill 5 655 142 1 849 064 707 214 15 699 198 Purchase consideration 8 427 022 2 106 755 636 314 18 751 453 The contribution to the trading results of businesses acquired has been accounted from the effective date of the business combination. In determining the purchase consideration paid, the profit history of the relevant business and its growth prospects in the group are considered. The fair value of shares issued as part of the purchase price was determined based on the share price at the effective date. The accounting of these subsidiaries and businesses is based on best estimates and provisional fair values. The Group has not yet completed its assessment of the fair value of all identifiable assets, liabilities and/or contingent liabilities. The fair values will be accurately determined within 12 months from the date of acquisition. Goodwill relates primarily to future profits of these businesses and the anticipated synergies that the businesses bring to the Group. There were no disposals during the period under review. NON-CONTROLLING INTEREST The movement of the non-controlling interest for the periods ending is as follows: Unaudited Audited 30 June 31 December Figures in US Dollars 2018 2017 Balance at the beginning of the period (87 550) - Non-controlling interest in current period income 3 715 260 100 Acquisition of non-controlling interest - (3 508 223) Business combinations (4 577) 3 160 573 Total non-controlling interest at the end of the period (88 412) (87 550) GOODWILL The movement of goodwill for the interim period ending is as follows: Unaudited Audited 30 June 31 December Figures in US Dollars 2018 2017 Balance at the beginning of the period 23 803 478 - Additions through business combinations 15 699 198 23 803 478 Total goodwill at the end of the period 39 502 676 23 803 478 INTANGABLE ASSETS The movement of intangible assets for the interim period ending is as follows: Unaudited Audited 30 June 31 December Figures in US Dollars 2018 2017 Balance at the beginning of the period 10 487 844 - Additions 803 123 780 464 Additions through business combinations 2 055 450 10 125 281 Foreign exchange movements (26 895) 19 437 Amortisation (479 538) (437 338) Total intangible assets at the end of the period 12 839 984 10 487 844 COMMITMENTS AND SUBSEQUENT EVENTS Planned acquisition of Curo Health The Company has entered into an addendum on the agreement dated 1 January 2018, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Foursight, with Tigrasmart Proprietary Limited (the vendor) for the acquisition of 100% of the shares in Curo Health with effect from 1 October 2018 for a purchase consideration of USD1.766 million (R21 840 000). Change in Company Secretary The Company appointed Amicorp (Mauritius) Limited effective from 1 August 2018 as disclosed on SENS on 31 July 2018. SHARE ISSUES AND REPURCHASES The Company was incorporated in the prior period. 4Sight Holding had 418 106 476 shares in issue at the beginning of the period under review, where after the Company has issued the following shares: - 36 941 800 shares at R2.00 per share for the acquisition of 100% of Foursight which included Casewise, Visualitics and Fleek; - 5 460 000 shares at R2.00 per share for the acquisition of 100% of Curo Health Ltd, the shares were subsequently reclassified to treasury shares due to the change in effective date of acquisition to 1 October 2018; - 13 386 088 shares at R2.00 per share for the acquisition of 70% of SET; - 22 555 150 shares at R2.00 per share for the acquisition of 100% of AccTech; - 5 000 000 shares at R2.00 per share for the acquisition of 100% of Dynamics; and - 1 500 000 shares at R2.00 per share for the acquisition of 51% of STRATEGIX; Unaudited Audited 30 June 31 December 2018 2017 Balance at the beginning of the period 418 106 476 - On incorporation 41 150 000 Issue of shares - ordinary 243 271 630 Issue of shares to directors - ordinary shares 99 784 846 Issue of shares to acquire subsidiaries 84 843 038 24 800 000 Issue of shares to acquire subsidiaries - capital raised 9 100 000 Treasury shares (5 460 000) 497 489 514 418 106 476 Issued Balance at the beginning of the period 41 295 921 - Ordinary shares of no par value 10 010 507 41 717 755 Treasury shares (753 658) - Share issue cost written off against share capital (41 862) (421 834) 50 510 908 41 295 921 The above share issues are reflected at the fair value at the date that the acquisition became unconditional in accordance with IFRS. There have been no repurchases of shares by the Company or any of its subsidiaries during the period under review. RELATED PARTY DISCLOSURE Effective 1 January 2018 the Group acquired the entire issued share capital and loan account claims of the Foursight South Africa group ("Foursight"). Foursight was originally created as a public holding company in 2016 to acquire Industry4.0 technology companies operating in digitisation implementation, data science, data management, process mining, dashboard technology, enterprise architecture and customer relationship management solution areas, and ultimately listing on the JSE. Initial founders were also secured to fund the initial acquisition and listing strategy. This process was put on hold when Foursight approached Digitata Limited ("Digitata") to join the group and, following a request from Digitata, a Mauritian holding company was established for the listing, namely 4Sight Holdings. Foursight had concluded the acquisition of the following companies through a series of agreements as follows: - 100% of Casewise, which sellers are unrelated to 4Sight Holdings. - 100% of Visualitics, a company associated with Antonie van Rensburg, a director of 4Sight Holdings; and - 87% of Fleek Consulting (Pty) Ltd, a company associated with Gary Lauryssen, a director of 4Sight Holdings; The above companies provide data analytic consulting and solutions, which supports the larger telecommunications, media and property solutions (Digitata) and the mining and manufacturing group solutions through BluESP and AGE. Of the total consideration settled by way of the issue of 36 941 800 shares, associates of Antonie van Rensburg and Gary Lauryssen received 7 751 000 shares and 6 027 896 shares respectively. FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS - FAIR VALUE AND RISK MANAGEMENT The carrying amount of all financial assets and liabilities approximates the fair value. Directors consider the carrying value of financial instruments of a short-term nature, that mature in 12 months or less, to approximate the fair value of such assets or liability classes. The carrying value of longer term assets are considered to approximate their fair value as these instruments bear interest at interest rates appropriate to the risk profile of the asset or liability class. The Group does not carry any financial instruments measured in the statement of financial position at fair value at 30 June 2018. GOING CONCERN The financial statements have been prepared on the basis of accounting policies applicable to a going concern. This basis presumes that funds will be available to finance future operations and that the realisation of assets and settlement of liabilities, contingent obligations and commitments will occur in the ordinary course of business. LITIGATION As at year end, there was no litigation pending against the Company or its subsidiaries, which is expected to have a material impact on the results of the Group. CONTINGENT LIABILITIES At the financial year end the Group did not have any contingent liabilities. PROSPECTS AND REVISED PROFIT FORECAST Shareholders are reminded that 4Sight Holdings has issued a revised profit forecast as subsequent to the listing, the Company had concluded a number of acquisitions in its targeted Industry4.0 strategy to expand into mining, manufacturing and data analytics as follows: - BluESP, effective 1 November 2017; - AGE, effective 1 November 2017; and - Foursight, effective 1 January 2018 The revised profit forecasts, including detailed assumptions, of the enlarged 4Sight Holdings group was published on SENS on 9 March 2018 for the year ending 31 December 2018 and is represented below. REVISED Year ending Figures in US Dollars 31-Dec-18 Revenue 43 716 698 Cost of Sales (16 818 854) Gross Profit 26 897 844 Other Income 3 545 Operating Expenses (21 970 071) Operating Profit 4 931 318 Finance cost (317 554) Finance Income 33 129 Profit before taxation 4 646 893 Taxation (1 333 606) Profit after taxation 3 313 287 Non-controlling interests (272 207) Profit attributable to owners of the parent 3 041 080 Share information: Earnings per share (US cents) 0.67 Weighted average number of shares in issue 455 048 276 Earnings per share (US cents) 0.66 Weighted average number of shares in issue (fully diluted) 461 098 276 Shareholders are advised that the revised profit forecast does not include the acquisitions of AccTech, Dynamics, SET, STRATEGIX, Onesource Africa, XWES and Curo Health, which were acquired after the revised profit forecast was published. BOARD OF DIRECTORS At the end of the period under review, the board comprised the following board members: Date of Date of Director appointment departure Professor Antonie van Rensburg (Chief Executive Officer) 28-Jun-17 Jacques Hattingh (Financial Director) 28-Jun-17 Gary Lauryssen (Corporate Finance Director) 28-Jun-17 Tinus Neethling (Executive Director) 28-Jun-17 Conal Lewer-Allen (Non-Executive Director) 24-Aug-17 15-Jun-18 Dr Rama Sithanen (Independent Chairman) 24-Aug-17 Geoffrey Carter (Independent Non-Executive Director) 24-Aug-17 DIVIDEND The Board has agreed a formal dividend pay-out policy of at least 6.6 times cover, being at least 15% of headline earnings of the consolidated group of companies, unless the Board is of the opinion that a lower dividend is to be declared because of the necessity to apply the Group's cash resources to any planned acquisitions or that it is in the interest of the Group to build up cash reserves for foreseeable unfavourable market or economic conditions. No dividend is to be declared for the interim period ended 30 June 2018 due to the current acquisition strategy. For and on behalf of the Board Chief Executive Officer Financial Director Prof A.C.J. van Rensburg J. Hattingh 26 September 2018 Executive Directors Independent Non-executive directors Prof Antonie van Rensburg (Group CEO) Geoffrey Carter Tinus Neethling (Digitata Group CEO) Dr Rama Sithanen Jacques Hattingh (FD) Gary Lauryssen (Group Executive - Mergers and Acquisitions) Company Secretary and Registered Office Designated Advisor Amicorp (Mauritius) Limited Arbor Capital Sponsors Proprietary Limited Transfer Secretaries WEBSITE Link Market Services South Africa Proprietary http://www.4sightholdings.co.za Limited Date: 26/09/2018 11:01:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). 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Notice of Results Presentation, Webcast and Conference Call ZEDER INVESTMENTS LIMITED (Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa) (Registration number: 2006/019240/06) Share code: ZED ISIN: ZAE000088431 ("Zeder") NOTICE OF RESULTS PRESENTATION, WEBCAST AND CONFERENCE CALL Shareholders are advised that Zeder intends to release its interim financial results for the six- month period ended 31 August 2018 on Tuesday 9 October 2018. Zeder will be hosting a webcast and a conference call at 15h00 (South African time) on Wednesday, 10 October 2018 to present the results to shareholders and the market. To register for the webcast or the conference call, please follow the below link. Webcast details: - View and listen mode, with a Q&A facility - Link: www.diamondpass.net/zeder181010 Conference call details: - Listen-only mode, with an interactive Q&A at the end - Link: www.diamondpass.net/1846770 Stellenbosch 26 September 2018 Sponsor PSG Capital Date: 26/09/2018 11:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Increase of Authorised Programme Size Investec Property Fund Limited Registration number 2008/011366/06) Alpha code: INV Increase of the aggregate nominal amount of the Investec Property Fund Limited ZAR5 000 000 000 Domestic Medium Term Note Programme Pursuant to clause 13 of the Programme Agreement dated on or about 5 April 2012, the aggregate nominal amount of the Investec Property Fund Limited ZAR5 000 000 000 Domestic Medium Term Note Programme shall be increased to ZAR10 000 000 000 with effect from 25 September 2018, this being the date of JSE formal approval. All references to the nominal amount in all relevant documents will be construed accordingly. Date 26 September 2018 Debt Sponsor: Investec Bank Limited Date: 26/09/2018 10:33:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Opening of Accelerated Bookbuild Stor-Age Property REIT Limited Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa Registration number 2015/168454/06 Share code: SSS ISIN ZAE000208963 (Approved as a REIT by the JSE) ("Stor-Age" or "the Company") NOT FOR PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, CANADA OR JAPAN OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH IT IS UNLAWFUL TO DO SO. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE OR FORM AN OFFER OF SECURITIES IN THE UNITED STATES OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH IT WOULD BE UNLAWFUL TO DO SO OPENING OF ACCELERATED BOOKBUILD Stor-Age hereby announces the launch of an equity raising ("the Equity Raise") of approximately R350 million through the issue of new ordinary shares (the "Bookbuild Shares"), subject to pricing acceptable to Stor-Age. The Equity Raise will be completed, in part, by way of vendor consideration placings (as defined under paragraph 5.62 of the JSE Listings Requirements) ("the Vendor Consideration Placings") and the balance of the Equity Raise authorised in terms of Stor-Age's existing general authority to issue shares for cash ("the General Issue for Cash") Both public and non-public investors (as defined under paragraph 4.25 and 4.26 of the JSE Listings Requirements) may participate in the Vendor Consideration Placings and only public investors may participate in the General Issue for Cash. The Equity Raise will be offered to qualifying investors (as set out in greater detail in the disclaimers below) and will be implemented through an accelerated bookbuild process ("the Bookbuild") which opens with immediate effect and may close at any time thereafter. Pricing and allocations will be decided at the close of the Bookbuild. The timing of the closing of the Bookbuild and the price at which the Bookbuild Shares will be placed ("Bookbuild Price") are at the discretion of the Company and Investec Bank Limited ("Investec"), acting as sole bookrunner for the Equity Raise, who will act as the bookrunner pursuant to a placement agreement entered into between the Bookrunner and the Company. The Company reserves the right to close the Bookbuild at any time and increase the size of the Bookbuild, subject to demand. The Bookbuild Shares, when issued, will be credited as fully paid and will rank pari passu in all respects with existing shares of the Company. Pricing and allocations will be announced as soon as is reasonably practicable following the closing of the Bookbuild. Investec is acting as sole bookrunner for the Equity Raise and can be contacted using the contact details included below. Investec contact details: Carlyle Whittaker Karl Priessnitz Email: Stor-Age@investec.co.za Email: Stor-Age@investec.co.za Tel: 011 286 9994 Tel: 011 291 3269 Johannesburg 26 September 2018 Sole bookrunner, Corporate Advisor and Transaction Sponsor Investec Bank Limited South African legal counsel to the sole bookrunner Bowman Gilfillan Inc Sponsor Questco Corporate Advisory Proprietary Limited The Equity Raise is made to qualifying investors, being investors to whom the Equity Raise may be lawfully made without having to file or register any offering or related documentation with any securities regulatory authority in any relevant jurisdiction. This announcement is not for publication or distribution or release, directly or indirectly, in or into the United States including its territories and possessions, any State of the United States and the District of Columbia, Australia, Canada, Japan or any other jurisdiction in which such release, publication or distribution would be unlawful. 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Subject to certain exceptions, the Shares referred to herein may not be offered or sold in Australia, Canada or Japan or to, or for the account or benefit of, any national, resident or citizen of Australia, Canada or Japan. There will not be any offer of Shares in the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan. This announcement does not constitute or form a part of any offer or solicitation or advertisement to purchase and/or subscribe for Shares in South Africa, including an offer to the public for the sale of, or subscription for, or the solicitation of an offer to buy and/or subscribe for, shares as defined in the South African Companies Act, 2008 ("the South African Companies Act") and will not be distributed to any person in South Africa in any manner that could be construed as an offer to the public in terms of the South African Companies Act. This announcement does not, nor is it intended to constitute a "registered prospectus" as contemplated in the South African Companies Act. In South Africa, the Bookbuild will not be an offer to the public as defined in the South African Companies Act and only (i) persons falling within the exemptions set out in section 96(1)(a) of the South African Companies Act or (ii) persons who propose to purchase, as principal, for shares at a total contemplated acquisition cost equal to or greater than R1 000 000, as envisaged in section 96(1)(b), of the South African Companies Act, and in each case to whom any offer to participate in the Bookbuild is specifically addressed (all such persons in (i) and (ii) being referred to as "Relevant Persons"), will be entitled to apply for Shares in the Bookbuild. Any investment activity to which this announcement relates will only be available to, and will only be engaged with, Relevant Persons. Any person who is not a Relevant Person should not act on this announcement or any of its contents. This announcement does not, nor does it intend to, constitute any offering document relating to the Bookbuild. Information made available in this announcement should not be considered as "advice" as defined in the South African Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 2002, and nothing in the document should be construed as constituting the canvassing for, or marketing or advertising of, financial services in South Africa. This announcement is for information purposes only and in member states of the European Economic Area (other than the United Kingdom), is directed only at, and the Equity Raise will only be made to, persons who are qualified investors (as defined in article 2(1)(e) of EU directive 2003/71/EC (the "Prospectus Directive") and the relevant implementing rules and regulations adopted by each Member State). In the United Kingdom, this announcement is directed only at and the Equity Raise will only be made to, the following persons: (i) investment professionals falling within article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005 (the "Order") or (ii) who fall within Article 49(2)(A) to(D) of the Order, and (iii) to whom it may otherwise lawfully be communicated, and any investment activity to which it relates will only be engaged in with such persons and it should not be relied on by anyone other than such persons. This announcement has been issued by and is the sole responsibility of Stor-Age. 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Delisting of 153 051 Coreshares Top 50 securities CoreShares Index Tracker Managers (RF) Proprietary Limited CoreShares Top 50 Share code: CTOP50 ISIN: ZAE000204327 ("Top 50") A portfolio in the CoreShares Index Tracker Collective Investment Scheme (formerly Grindrod Index Tracker Collective Investment Scheme)("the Scheme") registered as such in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002, managed by CoreShares Index Tracker Managers (RF) Proprietary Limited (formerly Grindrod Index Tracker Managers Proprietary Limited)("the Manager") Delisting of 153 051 CoreShares Top 50 Securities 153 051 CoreShares Top 50 securities have been delisted from the JSE. Following the delisting there will be 38 143 084 securities in issue with effect from today at an issue price of R23.35 per security. 26 September 2018 Sponsor Grindrod Bank Limited Date: 26/09/2018 10:20:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Publication of Quarterly Report - RED401 REDINK RENTALS (RF) LIMITED Publication of Quarterly Report (Incorporated in South Africa with limited liability under registration number 2015/090404/06) ("Redink Rentals") Date: 26 September 2018 RED401 - ZAG000148602 Publication of Quarterly Report Holders are advised that Redink Rentals has published an investor report on the Company's website and that the latest report and investor information is available at the following link: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/27ba27_2783656347cc43c8895929c70abc6cbc.pdf Further information on the Programme please contact: Redinkcapital Charlize Wiederkehr Tel: +27 10 0052014 Email: charlize@red-inc.co.za Date: 26/09/2018 10:10:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Old Mutual PLC Outstanding Subordinated Notes Old Mutual Limited Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa Registration number: 2017/235138/06 ISIN: ZAE000255360 LEI: 213800MON84ZWWPQCN47 JSE Share Code: OMU NSX Share Code: OMM ("Old Mutual") Ref 51_18 26 September 2018 NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION INTO ANY OTHER JURISDICTION OR TO ANY OTHER PERSON WHERE OR TO WHOM IT IS UNLAWFUL TO DISTRIBUTE THIS DOCUMENT (SEE "DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTIONS" BELOW). OLD MUTUAL SUBSIDIARY OLD MUTUAL PLC ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ITS INVITATIONS TO THE HOLDERS OF ITS OUTSTANDING £500,000,000 8 PER CENT. SUBORDINATED NOTES DUE 3 JUNE 2021 AND ITS OUTSTANDING £450,000,000 7.875 PER CENT. SUBORDINATED NOTES DUE 3 NOVEMBER 2025 TO APPROVE BY WAY OF EXTRAORDINARY RESOLUTION CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE RELEVANT SERIES AND THE RELEVANT TRUST DEED CONSTITUTING THE RELEVANT SERIES The body of the Old Mutual plc announcement (as published on the London Stock Exchange website) is set out below. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OLD MUTUAL PLC ANNOUNCES INVITATIONS TO THE HOLDERS OF ITS OUTSTAN DI NG £500,000, 000 8 PER CENT. SUBORDI NATE D NOTES DUE 3 JUNE 2021 AND ITS OUTSTAN DI NG £450,000, 000 7.875 PER CENT. SUBORDINATED NOTES DUE 3 NOVEMBER 2025 TO APPROV E BY WAY OF EXTRAORDI NARY RESOLUTION CERTAIN MODIFICATI ONS TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE RELEVANT SERIES AND THE RELEVANT TRUST DEED CONSTITU TI NG THE RELEVANT SERIES Old Mutual plc (the "Company") today announces its separate invitations to holders (the "2021 Securityholders") of its outstanding £500,000,000 8 per cent. Subordinated Notes due 3 June 2021 (of which £72,102,000 is currently outstanding) (the "2021 Securities") and to holders (the "2025 Securityholders" and, together with the 2021 Securityholders, the "Securityholders") of its outstanding £450,000,000 7.875 per cent. Subordinated Notes due 3 November 2025 (of which £44,889,000 is currently outstanding) (the "2025 Securities" and, together with the 2021 Securities, the "Securities", and each a "Series") in each case to approve by way of Extraordinary Resolution the relevant Proposal, comprising certain modifications to the terms and conditions of the relevant Series and the trust deed constituting the relevant Series to provide for the Company to redeem (in respect of such Series, the "Issuer Early Redemption") all, but not some only, of such Series at the relevant Early Redemption Amount (as described below) in respect of such Series plus Accrued Interest (if any), subject, in each case, to the terms and conditions set out in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum dated 26 September 2018 (the "Consent Solicitation Memorandum"). Copies of the Consent Solicitation Memorandum are available from the Tabulation Agent as set out below. Capitalised terms used in this announcement but not defined have the meanings given to them in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum. Hypothetical Outstanding Early Early Hypothetical Description of ISIN / Common Nominal Consent Redemption Redemption Total the Securities Code Amount Fee Reference Gilt Spread 1 Amount 2 Considerations 3 £500,000,000 8 XS0632932538 / £72,102,000 3 per 1.50 per cent. UK 50 basis 113.732 per 116.732 per cent. 4 per cent. 063293253 cent. 4 Treasury Gilt due points cent. 4 Subordinated 22 January 2021 Notes due 3 (ISIN: June 2021 GB00BY Y 5F581) £450,000,000 XS1312138750 / £44,889,000 3 per 2.00 per cent. UK 50 basis 136.496 per 139.496 per cent. 4 7.875 per cent. 131213875 cent. 4 Treasury Gilt due 7 points cent. 4 Subordinated September 2025 Notes due 3 (ISIN: Nov ember 2025 GB00BTHH2R79) Rationale for the Consent Solicitation and the Proposals In March 2016, the Old Mutual Group announced the managed separation of its four underlying businesses from each other, being Old Mutual Emerging Markets, Nedbank, Old Mutual Wealth and OM Asset Management (the "Managed Separation"). The Company notes the material completion of the Managed Separation of the Old Mutual Group and the completion of previous tender offers in respect of the Securities made by the Company that were announced on 25 October 2017 and 9 July 2018. Following the material completion of the Managed Separation, Old Mutual Limited is now the holding company of Old Mutual plc and Old Mutual plc has requested that each of Moody's and Fitch withdraw their ratings of each Series of Securities and Old Mutual plc. On 21 July 2018, Fitch withdrew its ratings of each Series of Securities and Old Mutual plc. In light of the previous tender offers resulting in the retirement of a significant portion of the Securities and the changes to the Company due to the Managed Separation that have taken place since the Securities were issued, the purpose of the Consent Solicitation and the Proposals is to utilise available liquidity to continue to manage the Company's debt maturity profile by further reducing outstanding indebtedness and associated interest costs by retiring the relevant Series in full should the relevant Proposal be implemented. In such case, the Consent Solicitation and the Proposals will also provide liquidity to Securityholders. Details of the Proposals The Company is inviting Securityholders of each Series to approve, by an Extraordinary Resolution pursuant to the relevant Conditions and the relevant Meeting Provisions of such Series, amendments (in respect of each Series, a "Proposal") to the Conditions and the Trust Deed of such Series to insert a new Condition 7(n) (in respect of the 2021 Securities) and Condition 7(k ) (in respect of the 2025 Securities) as follows: "7[(n)][(k )] Early Redemption by the Issuer ("Issuer Early Redemption") The Issuer shall, on the Settlement Date, redeem all, but not some only, of the Notes at the Early Redemption Amount together with interest accrued to, but excluding, the Settlement Date. For the purposes of this Condition 7[(n)][(k )]: 1 Please ref er to the section "Further Information and Terms and Conditions - The Proposal" in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum f or detail of how the Early Redemption Amount is determined with ref erence to the Early Redemption Spread. 2 For illustrativ e purposes only , a hy pothetical Early Redemption Amount is set out in the table abov e in respect of each Series which has been calculated on the basis of a Settlement Date f or such Series of 1 Nov ember 2018, the Early Redemption Spread f or such Series and (i) in the case of the 2021 Securities, a hy pothetical Ref erence Gilt Rate of 0.8930 per cent. or (ii) in the case of the 2025 Securities, a hy pothetical Ref erence Gilt Rate of 1.3400 per cent. By way of ref erence, as at 11:00 am (London time) on 25 September 2018, the Ref erence Gilt Rate f or the 1.50 per cent. UK Treasury Gilt due 22 January 2021 (ISIN: GB00BY Y 5F581) was 0.8930 per cent. and the Ref erence Gilt Rate f or the 2.00 per cent. UK Treasury Gilt due 7 September 2025 (ISIN: GB00BTHH2R79) was 1.3400 per cent. Security holders should note that, if the Extraordinary Resolution in respect of either or both of the Series is passed, the actual Early Redemption Amount in respect of the relev ant Series will be determined in the manner described in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum and could dif f er signif icantly from the hypothetical Early Redemption Amount f or such Series set out in the table abov e. 3 If the Proposal f or either Series is implemented, the total consideration (expressed as an amount per £1,000 in nominal amount of the relev ant Securities) pay able to any holder of such Series f rom whom a v alid Solicitation Instruction in f av our of the relev ant Extraordinary Resolution is received by the Tabulation Agent by the Consent Deadline, subject as set out in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum, will be calculated as the sum of (I) the applicable Early Redemption Amount and (II) the product of £1,000 and the Consent Fee. For illustrativ e purposes only , a hy pothetical total consideration amount is set out in the table abov e which has been calculated on the basis of the hy pothetical Early Redemption Amount f or such Series set out in the table abov e. Security holders should note that the actual total consideration in respect of the relev ant Series will be determined in the manner described in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum and could dif f er signif icantly from the hy pothetical total consideration amounts set out in the table abov e. 4 Expressed as a percentage of the nominal amount of the relev ant Securities. "Consent Fee" has the meaning given to such term in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum; "Consent Solicitation" means the Issuer's invitation to holders of the Notes to consent to the modification of these Conditions and the Trust Deed to provide for the Issuer to redeem all, but not some only, of the Notes as further set out in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum; "Consent Solicitation Memorandum" means the Consent Solicitation Memorandum dated 26 September 2018 prepared by the Issuer in connection with the Consent Solicitation, as amended and supplemented from time to time; "Early Redemption Amount" means an amount (expressed as an amount per £1,000 in nominal amount of the Notes) equal to the higher of: (a) £1,000; and (b) (i) £1,000 multiplied by the price (expressed as a percentage rounded to three decimal places, with 0.0005% being rounded up) at which the yield to maturity on the Notes on the Settlement Date is equal to the sum of the Reference Gilt Rate plus the relevant Early Redemption Spread, minus (ii) £1,000 multiplied by the Consent Fee; "Early Redemption Spread" has the meaning given to such term in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum; "Mid-Market Yield to Maturity" means the arithmetic mean of the bid and ask yields of the Reference Gilt displayed on the Bloomberg Reference Page ‘PXUK' (or any successor thereof), determined at 11:00 a.m. London time on the second business day in London preceding the Settlement Date; "Reference Gilt" means the [1.50 per cent. UK Treasury Gilt due 22 January 2021 (ISIN: GB00BYY5F581)] 5 / [2.00 per cent. UK Treasury Gilt due 7 September 2025 (ISIN: GB00BTHH2R79)] 6 or, if such stock is not available, such other government stock selected by the Company as having a fixed maturity most nearly equal to the period from the Settlement Date to the Maturity Date of the Notes; "Reference Gilt Rate" means the Mid-Mark et Yield to Maturity of the Reference Gilt; and "Settlement Date" has the meaning given to such term in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum." in each case, as set out in the relevant Supplemental Trust Deed. Details of the Consent Solicitation The Consent Solicitation commences on the date of the Consent Solicitation Memorandum and expires at 4.00 p.m. (London time) on 22 October 2018 (the "Consent Deadline"). The Deadline for receipt by the Tabulation Agent of valid Solicitation Instructions in favour of the relevant Extraordinary Resolution for Securityholders to be eligible for the Consent Fee is the Consent Deadline. Solicitation Instructions in favour of an Extraordinary Resolution will, subject to the provisions of the relevant Trust Deed, be irrevocable except in the limited circumstances described in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum. Consent Fee The Company will pay to each Securityholder from whom a valid Solicitation Instruction in favour of the relevant Extraordinary Resolution is received by the Tabulation Agent by the Consent Deadline, an amount equal to 3 per cent. of the nominal amount of the relevant Securities that are the subject of such Solicitation Instruction (the "Consent Fee"), subject to (i) such Solicitation Instruction not being validly revoked (in the limited circumstances in which such revocation is permitted), (ii) the relevant Extraordinary Resolution being 5 In respect of the 2021 Securities. 6 In respect of the 2025 Securities. duly passed and the relevant Supplemental Trust Deed being executed and delivered by the Company and the Trustee and (iii) the Company not having previously terminated the Consent Solicitation in respect of the relevant Series in accordance with the provisions for such termination set out in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum. Where payable, the Company will pay the Consent Fee in respect of the Securities that are the subject of such Solicitation Instructions no later than the Settlement Date. By submitting a Solicitation Instruction, a Securityholder will instruct the Principal Paying Agent to appoint one or more representatives of the Tabulation Agent as their proxy to attend the relevant Meeting (and any adjourned such Meeting) and vote in the manner specified or identified in such Solicitation Instruction in respect of the relevant Extraordinary Resolution. It will not be possible to submit a Solicitation Instruction without at the same time giving such instructions to the Principal Paying Agent. To be eligible to receive the Consent Fee, each Securityholder who submits a Solicitation Instruction in favour of the Extraordinary Resolution must further not attend, or seek to attend, the relevant Meeting in person or make any other arrangements to be represented at such Meeting (other than by way of their Solicitation Instruction(s)). Securityholders may choose to attend and vote at the relevant Meeting in person or to make other arrangements to be represented or to vote at such Meeting in accordance with the provisions for meetings of Securityholders set out in the Meeting Provisions without submitting a Solicitation Instruction in favour of the relevant Extraordinary Resolution. However, such Securityholders will not be eligible to receive the Consent Fee, even if at the Meeting such Securityholder votes in favour of the relevant Extraordinary Resolution or if other arrangements are made by the Consent Deadline. Issuer Early Redemption If, in respect of either Series, the relevant Extraordinary Resolution is passed and the relevant Supplemental Trust Deed is executed and delivered, the total amount that will be paid to a Securityholder of such Series on the relevant Settlement Date for the Securities of such Series held by such Securityholder redeemed pursuant to the relevant Issuer Early Redemption will be the cash amount (rounded to the nearest £0.01, with half a pence rounded upwards) equal to the sum of: (a) the product of (i) the aggregate nominal amount of the Securities of such Series held by the relevant Securityholder redeemed pursuant to the relevant Issuer Early Redemption divided by £1,000 and (ii) the relevant Early Redemption Amount; (b) the Accrued Interest Payment on such Securities; and (c) if a valid Solicitation Instruction from such Securityholder in favour of the relevant Extraordinary Resolution was received by the Tabulation Agent by the Consent Deadline, and if the conditions to payment of the Consent Fee are satisfied, the Consent Fee in relation to such Securities. The aggregate amounts of each Early Redemption Amount, each Accrued Interest Payment and Consent Fee (where appropriate) for Securities in each Clearing System will be paid, in immediately available funds, by no later than the relevant Settlement Date to such Clearing System for payment to the cash accounts of the relevant Securityholders in such Clearing System, as further described in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum. The Meetings Notices convening the Meetings, to be held at the offices of Linklaters LLP, One Silk Street, London EC2Y 8HQ on 25 October 2018, have been given to Securityholders in accordance with the relevant Trust Deed on or around the date of the Consent Solicitation Memorandum. The Meeting in relation to the 2021 Securities is to be held at 10.00 a.m. (London time) on 25 October 2018. The Meeting in relation to the 2025 Securities is to be held at 10.15 a.m. (London time) on 25 October 2018. At each Meeting, holders of the relevant Series will be invited to consider and, if thought fit, pass the relevant extraordinary resolution (each, an "Extraordinary Resolution") to approve the implementation of the relevant Proposal. The quorum required for each Meeting is one or more persons present holding Securities of the relevant Series or voting certificates or being proxies or representatives and holding or representing in the aggregat e not less than two-thirds of the nominal amount of the relevant Series for the time being outstanding. In the event the necessary quorum is not obtained at a Meeting, such Meeting shall stand adjourned for a period being not less than 13 clear days nor more than 42 clear days. At any adjourned Meeting, one or more persons present in person holding Securities of the relevant Series or voting certificates or being proxies or representatives and holding or representing in the aggregate not less than one-third of the nominal amount of the relevant Series for the time being outstanding will form a quorum. To be passed, each Extraordinary Resolution requires a majority consisting of not less than three-fourths of the votes cast at the relevant Meeting. If passed, such Extraordinary Resolution shall be binding on all holders of the relevant Series, whether present or not at the relevant Meeting and whether or not voting. The implementation of an Extraordinary Resolution, if passed, is conditional on the Company not having previously terminated the Consent Solicitation in respect of the relevant Series in accordance with the provisions for such termination set out in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum and subject to the Company and the Trustee executing and delivering the relevant Supplemental Trust Deed. Securityholders should refer to the relevant Notice for full details of the procedures in relation to the relevant Meeting. Announcements The Company will announce the results of the Meetings as soon as reasonably practicable after the Meetings. The Company will confirm the relevant Settlement Date for each Series at the same time as the announcement(s) of the results of the Meetings. Indicative Timetable Date and time Event (all times are London time) 26 September 2018 Announcement of Consent Solicitation and Proposals. 4:00 p.m. on 22 October 2018 Consent Deadline. 10.00 a.m. on 25 October 2018 2021 Securities Meeting. 10:15 a.m. on 25 October 2018 2025 Securities Meeting. As soon as reasonably practicable after Announcement of (i) the results of the Meetings and (ii) the the Meetings relevant Settlement Date for each Series. As soon as reasonably practicable after Execution and delivery of Supplemental Trust Deeds. the relevant Meeting or any adjourned such Meeting, as the case may be No later than the fifth Business Day Expected Settlement Date. following the relevant Meeting or any If the relevant Extraordinary Resolution is passed and the adjourned such Meeting, as the case relevant Supplemental Trust Deed is executed and may be delivered, this will be the date on which: (i) the relevant Series is redeemed pursuant to the relevant Issuer Early Redemption; (ii) the relevant Early Redemption Amount and relevant Accrued Interest Payment is paid to the holders of the relevant Series; and (iii) where payable, the Consent Fee is paid to the relevant Securityholders. The above dates and times are subject to the right of the Company to extend, re-open, amend and/or terminate the Consent Solicitation (other than the terms of the Extraordinary Resolutions) as described in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum and the passing of the Extraordinary Resolutions. Securityholders are advised to check with any bank, securities broker or other intermediary through which they hold their Securities when such intermediary would need to receive instructions from a Securityholder in order for such Securityholder to participate in, or (in the limited circumstances in which revocation is permitted) to validly revoke their instruction to participate in, the Consent Solicitation and/or vote in respect of either or both of the Proposals before the deadlines specified above. The deadlines set by any such intermediary and each Clearing System for the submission and (where permitted) revocation of Solicitation Instructions will be earlier than the relevant deadlines above and in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum. Subject as provided in the Consent Solicitation Memorandum, the Settlement Date for the relevant Series may be earlier than the above date. Unless stated otherwise, announcements in connection with the Consent Solicitation and the Proposals will be made (i) by publication via RNS and (ii) by the delivery of notices to the Clearing Systems for communication to Direct Participants. Such announcements may also be made on the relevant Reuters Insider Screen and by the issue of a press release to a Notifying News Service. Copies of all such announcements, notices and press releases can also be obtained upon request from the Tabulation Agent. Securityholders are advised to read carefully the Consent Solicitation Memorandum for full details of and information on the procedures for participating in the Consent Solicitation. Requests for information in relation to the Consent Solicitation and the Proposals should be directed to: The Solicitation Agent Merrill Lynch International 2 King Edward Street London EC1A 1HQ United Kingdom Telephone: +44 20 7996 5420 Attention: Liability Management Group Email: DG.LM_EMEA@baml.com Requests for information in relation to the submission of a Solicitation Instruction in favour of either Proposal should be directed to: The Tabulation Agent Lucid Issuer Services Limited Tankerton Works 12 Argyle Walk London WC1H 8HA United Kingdom Telephone: + 44 20 7704 0880 Attention: Arlind Bytyqi Email: oldmutual@lucid-is.com DISCLAIMER This announcement must be read in conjunction with the Consent Solicitation Memorandum . This announcement and Consent Solicitation Memorandum contain important information which should be read carefully before any decision is made with respect to the Consent Solicitation and the Proposal. If any Securityholder is in any doubt as to the action it should take, it is recommended to seek its own financial and legal advice, including in respect of any tax consequences, immediately from its broker, bank manager, solicitor, accountant or other independent financial, tax or legal adviser. Any individual or company whose Securities are held on its behalf by a broker, dealer, bank, custodian, trust company or other nominee or intermediary must contact such entity if it wishes to participate in the Consent Solicitation or otherwise vot e in respect of either or both of the Proposals. None of the Company, the Solicitation Agent, the Tabulation Agent, the Principal Paying Agent, the Registrar, the Trustee or any of their respective agents, directors, employees, representatives or affiliates makes any representation or recommendation as to whether Securityholders should participate in the Consent Solicitation or otherwise vote in respect of the relevant Proposal. DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTIONS The distribution of this announcement and/or the Consent Solicitation Memorandum in certain jurisdictions may be restricted by law. Persons into whose possession this announcement and/or the Consent Solicitation Memorandum comes are required by each of the Company, the Solicitation Agent and the Tabulation Agent to inform themselves about, and to observe, any such restrictions. Nothing in this announcement and/or the Consent Solicitation Memorandum constitutes or contemplates an offer of, an offer to purchase or the solicitation of an offer to purchase or sell any security in the United States or in any other jurisdiction. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- JSE Sponsor: Merrill Lynch South Africa (Pty) Limited Namibian Sponsor: PSG Wealth Management (Namibia) (Proprietary) Limited Enquiries Investor Relations Patrick Bowes (Interim Head of Investor T: +44 (0)20 7002 7440 Relations) E: Patrick.bowes@omg.co.uk Communications: Tabby Tsengiwe T: +27 (11) 217 1953 M: +27 (0)60 547 4947 E: ttsengiwe@oldmutual.com Notes to Editors About Old Mutual Limited Old Mutual is a premium African financial services group that offers a broad spectrum of financial solutions to retail and corporate customers across key markets segments in 17 countries. Old Mutual's primary operations are in South Africa and the rest of Africa, and it has niche businesses in Latin America and Asia. With over 170 years of heritage across sub-Saharan Africa, we are a crucial part of the communities we serve and broader society on the continent. For further information on Old Mutual, and its underlying businesses, please visit the corporate website at www.oldmutual.com. Date: 26/09/2018 10:10:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. 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Anglo American Board and committee changes Anglo American plc (the "Company") Registered office: 20 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AN Registered number: 3564138 (incorporated in England and Wales) Legal Entity Identifier: 549300S9XF92D1X8ME43 ISIN: GBOOB1XZS820 JSE Share Code: AGL NSX Share Code: ANM 26 September 2018 Anglo American Board and committee changes Anglo American plc ("Anglo American" or "the Company") announces a number of changes to the roles of its non-executive directors following the decisions of Sir Philip Hampton and Jack Thompson to step down from the Board after nine years of service. Dr Byron Grote, non-executive director since 2013 and Chair of the Audit Committee since 2014, will succeed Sir Philip Hampton as Senior Independent Director on 1 January 2019. Dr Grote will continue in his role as Chair of the Audit Committee. Anne Stevens, non-executive director since 2012, will succeed Sir Philip Hampton as Chair of the Remuneration Committee on 1 January 2019. Ian Ashby, non-executive director since 2017, will succeed Jack Thompson as Chair of the Sustainability Committee on 30 April 2019. Commenting on the changes to the Board, Stuart Chambers, Chairman of Anglo American, said: "I thank Sir Philip Hampton for his professionalism and dedication during his nine years on the Board, the last four of which in the particularly demanding role as Senior Independent Director. I also thank Jack Thompson for the wealth of mining industry experience that he has brought to Board discussions and most particularly in his role as Chair of the Sustainability Committee. "We are fortunate to have Byron Grote's more than 35 years of experience across the natural resources sector. I am delighted that he has agreed to serve as Senior Independent Director in addition to his continued disciplined stewardship of the Audit Committee. "I am also grateful to Anne Stevens and Ian Ashby as they take on the chairs of the Remuneration and Sustainability committees respectively. Anne's global executive and board experience and Ian's extensive mining career will further enhance our committee deliberations under their leadership." Sir Philip Hampton will step down from the Board on 31 December 2018 and Jack Thompson will step down at the Company's Annual General Meeting on 30 April 2019. The Nomination Committee is committed to the ongoing refreshment of the Board and the announcement of any new non-executive director appointments will be made in due course. This announcement satisfies the Company's disclosure obligations in accordance with Listing Rule 9.6.11R. For further information, please contact: Media Investors UK UK James Wyatt-Tilby Paul Galloway james.wyatt-tilby@angloamerican.com paul.galloway@angloamerican.com Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8759 Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8718 Marcelo Esquivel Robert Greenberg marcelo.esquivel@angloamerican.com robert.greenberg@angloamerican.com Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8891 Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 2124 South Africa Emma Waterworth Pranill Ramchander emma.waterworth@angloamerican.com pranill.ramchander@angloamerican.com Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8574 Tel: +27 (0)11 638 2592 Ann Farndell ann.farndell@angloamerican.com Tel: +27 (0)11 638 2786 The Company has a primary listing on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange and secondary listings on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the Botswana Stock Exchange, the Namibia Stock Exchange and the SIX Swiss Exchange. Sponsor RAND MERCHANT BANK (A division of FirstRand Bank Limited) Notes to editors: Byron Grote is Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Akzo Nobel and a non-executive director of Standard Chartered PLC and Tesco PLC. He is a member of the European Audit Committee Leadership Network and an emeritus member of the Cornell University Johnson Advisory Council. Byron has extensive management experience across the oil and gas industry. He served on the BP plc board from 2000 until 2013. He was previously a non-executive director of Unilever NV and Unilever PLC. Byron serves as Chair of the Anglo American Audit Committee and a member of the Nomination and Remuneration committees. Anne Stevens served as chief executive of GKN plc from November 2017 to April 2018. She was formerly chairman and CEO of SA IT Services from 2011 until her retirement in December 2014. From 2006 to 2009, Anne was chairman and CEO of Carpenter Technology Corporation. Prior to this, she was COO for the Americas at Ford Motor Company until 2006, the culmination of her 16-year career with the company. Her early career was spent at Exxon Corporation, where she held roles in engineering, product development, and sales and marketing. Anne is a former non-executive director of Lockheed Martin Corporation, GKN plc and XL Catlin. Anne serves as a member of the Anglo American Audit, Nomination and Remuneration committees. Ian Ashby served as President of Iron Ore for BHP between 2006 and 2012. During his 25-year tenure with BHP, Ian held numerous roles in its iron ore, base metals and gold businesses in Australia, the USA, and Chile, as well as projects roles in the corporate office. He began his mining career as an underground miner at the Mount Isa Mines base metals operations in Queensland, Australia. Ian is a non-executive director of Nevsun Resources Ltd. He has previously served as chairman of Petropavlovsk plc, and a non-executive director of Alderon Iron Ore Corp, New World Resources PLC and Genco Shipping & Trading, and in an advisory capacity with Apollo Global Management and Temasek. Ian serves as a member of the Anglo American Sustainability Committee. Anglo American is a global diversified mining business and our products are the essential ingredients in almost every aspect of modern life. Our portfolio of world-class competitive mining operations and undeveloped resources provides the metals and minerals to meet the growing consumer-driven demands of the world's developed and maturing economies. With our people at the heart of our business, we use innovative practices and the latest technologies to discover new resources and mine, process, move and market our products to our customers around the world. As a responsible miner - of diamonds (through De Beers), copper, platinum and other precious metals, iron ore, coal and nickel - we are the custodians of what are precious natural resources. We work together with our key partners and stakeholders to unlock the sustainable value that those resources represent for our shareholders, the communities and countries in which we operate and for society at large. Anglo American is re-imagining mining to improve people's lives. www.angloamerican.com Legal Entity Identifier: 549300S9XF92D1X8ME43 Date: 26/09/2018 10:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. 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Dealings in Securities by Directors Accelerate Property Fund Limited (Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa) Registration number: 2005/015057/06 Share code: APF ISIN: ZAE000185815 ("Accelerate" or "the Company") (Approved as a REIT by the JSE) Dealings in Securities by Directors Grant and acceptance of conditional Shares by Directors In compliance with sections 3.63 to 3.74 of the Listings Requirements of the JSE Limited, shareholders are hereby advised of the following dealings in securities of Accelerate pertaining to the award and acceptance thereof, by executive directors of the Company ("Directors"), of conditional rights to ordinary shares in the share capital of Accelerate ("Shares") in terms of the rules of the Conditional Share Plan ("CSP"): Name of director: Michael Georgiou Name of company: Accelerate Nature of transaction: Off-market acceptance of an award of conditional Shares Date of transaction: 25 September 2018 Number of securities: 2 190 046 Shares (Vesting date: 1 April 2021) Class of securities: Ordinary shares Deemed price per security: R4,42 Total value of the transaction: R9 680 003,32 Extent of interest: Indirect beneficial Name of director: Andrew Costa Name of company: Accelerate Nature of transaction: Off-market acceptance of an award of conditional Shares Date of transaction: 25 September 2018 Number of securities: 2 190 046 Shares (Vesting date: 1 April 2021) Class of securities: Ordinary shares Deemed price per security: R4,42 Total value of the transaction: R9 680 003,32 Extent of interest: Indirect beneficial Name of director: John Paterson Name of company: Accelerate Nature of transaction: Off-market acceptance of an award of conditional Shares Date of transaction: 25 September 2018 Number of securities: 1 444 004 Shares (Vesting date: 1 April 2021) Class of securities: Ordinary shares Deemed price per security: R4,42 Total value of the transaction: R6 382 497,68 Extent of interest: Direct beneficial Name of director: Dimitri Kyriakides Name of company: Accelerate Nature of transaction: Off-market acceptance of an award of conditional Shares Date of transaction: 25 September 2018 Number of securities: 1 158 372 Shares (Vesting date: 1 April 2021) Class of securities: Ordinary shares Deemed price per security: R4,42 Total value of the transaction: R5 120 004,24 Extent of interest: Direct beneficial Exercise of conditional Shares and issue of Shares to Directors Shareholders are furthermore advised of the following dealings in securities by Directors following the vesting of conditional Shares previously granted and accepted in terms of the rules of the CSP and the subsequent issuance of Shares to Directors: Name of director: Andrew Costa Name of company: Accelerate Nature of transaction: Off-market exercise of conditional Shares and issue of Shares Date of transaction: 21 September 2018 Number of securities: 794 813 Shares Class of securities: Ordinary shares Deemed price per security: R4,36 Total value of the transaction: R3 465 384,68 Extent of interest: Direct beneficial Name of director: John Paterson Name of company: Accelerate Nature of transaction: Off-market exercise of conditional Shares and issue of Shares Date of transaction: 21 September 2018 Number of securities: 397 407 Shares Class of securities: Ordinary shares Deemed price per security: R4,36 Total value of the transaction: R1 732 694,52 Extent of interest: Direct beneficial Name of director: Dimitri Kyriakides Name of company: Accelerate Nature of transaction: Off-market exercise of conditional Shares and issue of Shares Date of transaction: 21 September 2018 Number of securities: 99 351 Shares Class of securities: Ordinary shares Deemed price per security: R4,36 Total value of the transaction: R433 170,36 Extent of interest: Direct beneficial Clearance for all the above transactions was obtained in terms of section 3.66 of the JSE Listings Requirements. Fourways 26 September 2018 Sponsor The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited Date: 26/09/2018 09:57:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Proposed Delisting Of Howden And Cautionary Announcement Howden Africa Holdings Limited (Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa) (Registration number 1996/002982/06) JSE code: HWN ISIN: ZAE000010583 ("Howden" or "the Company") PROPOSED DELISTING OF HOWDEN AND CAUTIONARY ANNOUNCEMENT Shareholders are advised that the board of directors of Howden ("Board") has been considering the continued viability of the listing of Howden on the Main Board of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange ("JSE"). The Board has considered, inter alia, the following factors: . the opportunity to provide an exit for Howden minority shareholders from shares that are tightly held with relatively poor liquidity and analyst coverage; . 55.39% of the shares in Howden are held by its ultimate holding company, Colfax Corporation, which itself is a listed entity and duplicates regulatory processes and associated costs; . the Company not expecting to raise equity capital in the near future nor make use of a listed share scheme to incentivise staff; and . the necessity to complete a black economic empowerment transaction within the Howden group which the Board believes is significantly easier to achieve in an unlisted environment. Having considered the above and other relevant factors, the Board has resolved, in principle, to proceed towards seeking a possible delisting of Howden from the JSE by means of a share buyback implemented through a scheme of arrangement to minority shareholders ("Proposed Delisting"). This announcement does not constitute an offer or an undertaking to make an offer to shareholders by any party, including by Howden. The Proposed Delisting will be subject to all relevant regulatory requirements and approvals (including approvals required in terms of the Companies Act, 2008, the Companies' Regulations, 2011 and the JSE Listings Requirements) and may have a material effect on the price of the Company's securities. Accordingly, shareholders are advised to exercise caution when dealing in the Company's securities until a further announcement is made. Johannesburg 26 September 2018 Corporate Advisor: Deloitte Capital (Pty) Limited Transaction Sponsor: Deloitte & Touche Sponsor Services (Pty) Ltd Legal Advisor: Webber Wentzel Date: 26/09/2018 09:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

GLN: Tranactions In Own Shares - 25 September 2018 Glencore plc Incorporated in Jersey under the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991) (Registration number 107710) JSE Share Code: GLN LSE Share Code: GLEN HKSE Share Code: 805HK ISIN: JE00B4T3BW64 Glencore plc Baar, Switzerland 26 September 2018 Transactions in own shares - 25 September 2018 Glencore plc (the Company) announces today it has purchased the following number of its ordinary shares of USD 0.01 each on the London Stock Exchange from Citigroup Global Markets Limited. Date of purchase: 25 September 2018 Aggregate number of ordinary shares of USD 0.01 each purchased: 1,500,000 Lowest price paid per share (GBp): 334.3000 Highest price paid per share (GBp): 341.8000 Volume weighted average price paid per share (GBp): 339.8212 The Company will hold the repurchased shares in treasury. Following the above transaction, the Company holds 393,199,446 of its ordinary shares in treasury and has 14,586,200,066 ordinary shares in issue (including treasury shares). Therefore the total voting rights in Glencore plc will be 14,193,000,620. This figure for the total number of voting rights may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the FCA's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules. These share purchases form part of the second part of the Company's existing buy-back programme which is expected to be completed over the period from 8 August 2018 to 31 December 2018, details of which were announced by the Company on 5 July 2018. Aggregated information Volume weighted Trading venue Aggregated volume average price London Stock Exchange 339.8777 1,025,042 BATS 339.0500 6,147 Chi-X 339.7078 468,811 Transaction details In accordance with Article 5(1)(b) of Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 (the Market Abuse Regulation), the table below contains detailed information of the individual trades made by Citigroup Global Markets Limited as part of the buyback programme. Schedule of Purchases Shares purchased: Glencore plc (ISIN: JE00B4T3BW64) Date of purchases: 25 September 2018 Investment firm: Citigroup Global Markets Limited Individual transactions: Trading Transaction Transaction date and time Volume Price (GBp) Venue Reference Number Tue 25 Sep 16:24:55 BST 2018 10506 340.75 CHIX 18268XJrnel Tue 25 Sep 16:24:38 BST 2018 460 340.60 CHIX 18268XJrnc2 Tue 25 Sep 16:24:33 BST 2018 531 340.60 XLON 18268XJrnbw Tue 25 Sep 16:24:28 BST 2018 113 340.65 XLON 18268XJrnb6 Tue 25 Sep 16:24:12 BST 2018 1216 340.65 CHIX 18268XJrn8s Tue 25 Sep 16:24:07 BST 2018 3224 340.65 XLON 18268XJrn7r Tue 25 Sep 16:22:37 BST 2018 999 340.90 XLON 18268XJrmvk Tue 25 Sep 16:22:37 BST 2018 2256 340.90 CHIX 18268XJrmvh Tue 25 Sep 16:22:37 BST 2018 1015 340.90 XLON 18268XJrmvg Tue 25 Sep 16:22:37 BST 2018 4033 340.90 XLON 18268XJrmvf Tue 25 Sep 16:22:37 BST 2018 147 340.90 XLON 18268XJrmve Tue 25 Sep 16:22:30 BST 2018 1950 340.95 CHIX 18268XJrmuf Tue 25 Sep 16:22:30 BST 2018 5356 340.95 XLON 18268XJrmue Tue 25 Sep 16:20:38 BST 2018 1002 340.95 XLON 18268XJrmgo Tue 25 Sep 16:20:38 BST 2018 459 340.95 CHIX 18268XJrmgp Tue 25 Sep 16:20:33 BST 2018 459 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrmgf Tue 25 Sep 16:20:28 BST 2018 1562 341.05 XLON 18268XJrmfd Tue 25 Sep 16:20:28 BST 2018 570 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrmfc Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 510 341.15 XLON 18268XJrme4 Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 500 341.15 XLON 18268XJrme2 Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 459 341.15 CHIX 18268XJrme1 Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 500 341.15 XLON 18268XJrme0 Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 46 341.15 XLON 18268XJrmdz Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 910 341.15 XLON 18268XJrmdy Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 422 341.15 XLON 18268XJrmdx Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 346 341.15 XLON 18268XJrmdw Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 4272 341.15 XLON 18268XJrmdv Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 459 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrmdu Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 759 341.20 XLON 18268XJrmdt Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 4769 341.25 XLON 18268XJrmds Tue 25 Sep 16:20:18 BST 2018 1737 341.25 CHIX 18268XJrmdr Tue 25 Sep 16:19:42 BST 2018 613 341.30 CHIX 18268XJrm95 Tue 25 Sep 16:19:24 BST 2018 2712 341.30 XLON 18268XJrm88 Tue 25 Sep 16:18:57 BST 2018 1599 341.30 XLON 18268XJrm31 Tue 25 Sep 16:18:35 BST 2018 730 341.30 XLON 18268XJrm0r Tue 25 Sep 16:18:35 BST 2018 1531 341.30 CHIX 18268XJrm0q Tue 25 Sep 16:18:35 BST 2018 848 341.30 XLON 18268XJrm0p Tue 25 Sep 16:17:24 BST 2018 53 341.30 CHIX 18268XJrlrq Tue 25 Sep 16:17:24 BST 2018 1230 341.30 XLON 18268XJrlrp Tue 25 Sep 16:17:10 BST 2018 424 341.30 CHIX 18268XJrlpv Tue 25 Sep 16:16:22 BST 2018 1041 341.45 XLON 18268XJrljh Tue 25 Sep 16:16:22 BST 2018 2062 341.45 XLON 18268XJrljf Tue 25 Sep 16:16:22 BST 2018 753 341.45 CHIX 18268XJrljg Tue 25 Sep 16:16:22 BST 2018 458 341.45 CHIX 18268XJrlji Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 458 341.50 CHIX 18268XJrljd Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 1000 341.50 CHIX 18268XJrljc Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 355 341.50 XLON 18268XJrljb Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 1887 341.50 XLON 18268XJrlja Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 500 341.50 XLON 18268XJrlj9 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 357 341.50 XLON 18268XJrlj8 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 458 341.55 CHIX 18268XJrliy Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 329 341.55 CHIX 18268XJrlj0 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 200 341.55 CHIX 18268XJrlj4 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 632 341.55 CHIX 18268XJrlj3 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 458 341.55 CHIX 18268XJrlj6 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 463 341.55 XLON 18268XJrliz Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 2503 341.55 XLON 18268XJrlix Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 354 341.55 XLON 18268XJrlj2 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:21 BST 2018 84 341.55 XLON 18268XJrlj1 Tue 25 Sep 16:16:12 BST 2018 912 341.55 CHIX 18268XJrlhv Tue 25 Sep 16:16:12 BST 2018 657 341.55 CHIX 18268XJrlhw Tue 25 Sep 16:15:44 BST 2018 458 341.50 CHIX 18268XJrlcw Tue 25 Sep 16:15:44 BST 2018 631 341.50 XLON 18268XJrlct Tue 25 Sep 16:15:03 BST 2018 1079 341.50 XLON 18268XJrl89 Tue 25 Sep 16:15:03 BST 2018 257 341.50 XLON 18268XJrl88 Tue 25 Sep 16:15:03 BST 2018 517 341.50 CHIX 18268XJrl8a Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 489 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkzh Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 95 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkzf Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 3802 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkz4 Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 1296 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkz8 Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 29 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkzd Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 752 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkz2 Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 589 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkz6 Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 459 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkze Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 502 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkzb Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 206 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkzg Tue 25 Sep 16:14:06 BST 2018 633 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkyz Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 507 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrktc Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 459 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrktb Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 459 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrktd Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 459 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkta Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 710 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrkt9 Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 1115 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkt7 Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 304 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkt5 Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 1946 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkt4 Tue 25 Sep 16:13:35 BST 2018 837 341.20 XLON 18268XJrkt8 Tue 25 Sep 16:12:19 BST 2018 339 340.85 XLON 18268XJrkhh Tue 25 Sep 16:11:34 BST 2018 459 340.85 CHIX 18268XJrkb2 Tue 25 Sep 16:11:34 BST 2018 664 340.85 XLON 18268XJrkb1 Tue 25 Sep 16:10:08 BST 2018 52 340.70 XLON 18268XJrk45 Tue 25 Sep 16:10:08 BST 2018 2000 340.70 XLON 18268XJrk43 Tue 25 Sep 16:10:08 BST 2018 1235 340.70 XLON 18268XJrk42 Tue 25 Sep 16:10:08 BST 2018 300 340.70 XLON 18268XJrk41 Tue 25 Sep 16:10:08 BST 2018 1306 340.70 CHIX 18268XJrk3z Tue 25 Sep 16:09:59 BST 2018 4604 340.80 XLON 18268XJrk25 Tue 25 Sep 16:09:59 BST 2018 1248 340.80 XLON 18268XJrk26 Tue 25 Sep 16:09:59 BST 2018 484 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrk24 Tue 25 Sep 16:09:59 BST 2018 1141 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrk23 Tue 25 Sep 16:09:59 BST 2018 536 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrk22 Tue 25 Sep 16:09:30 BST 2018 529 340.65 XLON 18268XJrjyc Tue 25 Sep 16:09:30 BST 2018 164 340.65 XLON 18268XJrjyb Tue 25 Sep 16:09:26 BST 2018 47 340.65 CHIX 18268XJrjxw Tue 25 Sep 16:09:26 BST 2018 460 340.65 CHIX 18268XJrjxv Tue 25 Sep 16:09:26 BST 2018 769 340.65 CHIX 18268XJrjxu Tue 25 Sep 16:09:21 BST 2018 494 340.65 XLON 18268XJrjxo Tue 25 Sep 16:09:21 BST 2018 2109 340.65 XLON 18268XJrjxn Tue 25 Sep 16:08:02 BST 2018 1056 340.55 CHIX 18268XJrjoe Tue 25 Sep 16:08:02 BST 2018 2898 340.55 XLON 18268XJrjod Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 89 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjdn Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 638 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjdl Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 400 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjdg Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 94 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjde Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 1010 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjdi Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 201 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjdb Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 460 340.25 CHIX 18268XJrjdh Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 460 340.25 CHIX 18268XJrjdj Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 633 340.25 CHIX 18268XJrjdm Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 1060 340.25 CHIX 18268XJrjd6 Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 585 340.25 CHIX 18268XJrjd9 Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 593 340.25 CHIX 18268XJrjdd Tue 25 Sep 16:06:33 BST 2018 517 340.25 CHIX 18268XJrjdf Tue 25 Sep 16:06:17 BST 2018 2909 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjam Tue 25 Sep 16:06:17 BST 2018 1601 340.25 XLON 18268XJrjan Tue 25 Sep 16:03:53 BST 2018 1620 339.50 XLON 18268XJriui Tue 25 Sep 16:03:36 BST 2018 829 339.65 CHIX 18268XJriss Tue 25 Sep 16:03:36 BST 2018 2273 339.65 XLON 18268XJrisr Tue 25 Sep 16:02:39 BST 2018 237 339.75 XLON 18268XJriob Tue 25 Sep 16:02:39 BST 2018 461 339.75 CHIX 18268XJrioa Tue 25 Sep 16:02:39 BST 2018 625 339.75 XLON 18268XJrio9 Tue 25 Sep 16:02:37 BST 2018 148 339.85 XLON 18268XJrinr Tue 25 Sep 16:02:37 BST 2018 1424 339.85 XLON 18268XJrinq Tue 25 Sep 16:02:37 BST 2018 1166 339.95 CHIX 18268XJrinp Tue 25 Sep 16:02:27 BST 2018 3199 339.95 XLON 18268XJrika Tue 25 Sep 16:01:38 BST 2018 379 339.70 XLON 18268XJribo Tue 25 Sep 16:01:38 BST 2018 461 339.70 CHIX 18268XJribl Tue 25 Sep 16:00:48 BST 2018 1961 339.85 CHIX 18268XJri7f Tue 25 Sep 16:00:48 BST 2018 5384 339.85 XLON 18268XJri7e Tue 25 Sep 16:00:14 BST 2018 242 339.90 CHIX 18268XJri2i Tue 25 Sep 16:00:14 BST 2018 227 339.90 CHIX 18268XJri2h Tue 25 Sep 16:00:14 BST 2018 1212 339.90 XLON 18268XJri1y Tue 25 Sep 16:00:11 BST 2018 1005 339.95 CHIX 18268XJri19 Tue 25 Sep 16:00:11 BST 2018 471 339.95 XLON 18268XJri18 Tue 25 Sep 16:00:11 BST 2018 2287 339.95 XLON 18268XJri17 Tue 25 Sep 15:59:06 BST 2018 519 340.10 CHIX 18268XJrhm6 Tue 25 Sep 15:59:06 BST 2018 1341 340.10 XLON 18268XJrhm4 Tue 25 Sep 15:59:05 BST 2018 460 340.15 CHIX 18268XJrhli Tue 25 Sep 15:59:05 BST 2018 594 340.15 XLON 18268XJrhld Tue 25 Sep 15:59:05 BST 2018 413 340.15 XLON 18268XJrhlc Tue 25 Sep 15:58:51 BST 2018 648 340.20 CHIX 18268XJrhgi Tue 25 Sep 15:58:51 BST 2018 1774 340.20 XLON 18268XJrhgh Tue 25 Sep 15:58:48 BST 2018 973 340.30 CHIX 18268XJrhgc Tue 25 Sep 15:58:48 BST 2018 25 340.35 XLON 18268XJrhga Tue 25 Sep 15:58:48 BST 2018 2671 340.30 XLON 18268XJrhgb Tue 25 Sep 15:58:48 BST 2018 65 340.35 XLON 18268XJrhg4 Tue 25 Sep 15:57:36 BST 2018 1394 340.35 XLON 18268XJrh7h Tue 25 Sep 15:57:36 BST 2018 1037 340.35 CHIX 18268XJrh7e Tue 25 Sep 15:57:36 BST 2018 465 340.35 XLON 18268XJrh7c Tue 25 Sep 15:57:33 BST 2018 987 340.35 XLON 18268XJrh72 Tue 25 Sep 15:56:33 BST 2018 851 340.60 CHIX 18268XJrgzj Tue 25 Sep 15:56:33 BST 2018 2336 340.60 XLON 18268XJrgzi Tue 25 Sep 15:55:56 BST 2018 823 340.65 CHIX 18268XJrgu6 Tue 25 Sep 15:55:56 BST 2018 256 340.65 XLON 18268XJrgu5 Tue 25 Sep 15:55:56 BST 2018 2000 340.65 XLON 18268XJrgu4 Tue 25 Sep 15:55:36 BST 2018 459 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrgsj Tue 25 Sep 15:55:36 BST 2018 1102 340.80 XLON 18268XJrgsi Tue 25 Sep 15:53:48 BST 2018 1490 340.85 CHIX 18268XJrg84 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:48 BST 2018 86 340.85 XLON 18268XJrg83 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:48 BST 2018 4003 340.85 XLON 18268XJrg80 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 332 341.10 CHIX 18268XJrg3b Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 386 341.10 CHIX 18268XJrg3a Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 578 341.10 CHIX 18268XJrg36 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 271 341.10 CHIX 18268XJrg39 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 303 341.10 CHIX 18268XJrg38 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 683 341.10 CHIX 18268XJrg37 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 1873 341.10 XLON 18268XJrg32 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 1582 341.10 XLON 18268XJrg30 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 59 341.10 XLON 18268XJrg34 Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 109 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2x Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 583 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2v Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 2565 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2d Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 515 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2g Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 373 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2m Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 104 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2j Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 1150 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2q Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 762 341.15 XLON 18268XJrg2u Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 935 341.15 CHIX 18268XJrg2e Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 459 341.15 CHIX 18268XJrg2i Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 459 341.15 CHIX 18268XJrg2k Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 459 341.15 CHIX 18268XJrg2o Tue 25 Sep 15:53:20 BST 2018 521 341.15 CHIX 18268XJrg2s Tue 25 Sep 15:53:03 BST 2018 76 341.20 XLON 18268XJrg0y Tue 25 Sep 15:53:03 BST 2018 526 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrg0w Tue 25 Sep 15:53:03 BST 2018 492 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrg0v Tue 25 Sep 15:53:03 BST 2018 357 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrg0x Tue 25 Sep 15:53:03 BST 2018 247 341.20 XLON 18268XJrg0s Tue 25 Sep 15:53:03 BST 2018 8 341.20 XLON 18268XJrg0u Tue 25 Sep 15:53:03 BST 2018 1356 341.20 XLON 18268XJrg0t Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 326 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfpr Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 25 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfpq Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 443 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfpl Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 654 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfpk Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 306 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfpp Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 322 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfpn Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 459 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfpm Tue 25 Sep 15:51:54 BST 2018 816 341.05 XLON 18268XJrfpj Tue 25 Sep 15:51:23 BST 2018 408 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfm9 Tue 25 Sep 15:51:23 BST 2018 680 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfm8 Tue 25 Sep 15:51:23 BST 2018 88 341.05 XLON 18268XJrfm7 Tue 25 Sep 15:51:19 BST 2018 159 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfld Tue 25 Sep 15:51:19 BST 2018 300 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrflc Tue 25 Sep 15:51:19 BST 2018 397 341.05 XLON 18268XJrflb Tue 25 Sep 15:51:04 BST 2018 315 341.05 XLON 18268XJrfiv Tue 25 Sep 15:51:04 BST 2018 459 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrfiw Tue 25 Sep 15:48:32 BST 2018 625 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrer7 Tue 25 Sep 15:48:32 BST 2018 195 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrer6 Tue 25 Sep 15:48:32 BST 2018 541 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrer5 Tue 25 Sep 15:48:32 BST 2018 642 340.80 CHIX 18268XJrer4 Tue 25 Sep 15:47:58 BST 2018 2316 340.85 XLON 18268XJren4 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:46 BST 2018 552 340.95 XLON 18268XJre29 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:46 BST 2018 3503 340.95 XLON 18268XJre28 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:45 BST 2018 968 341.05 CHIX 18268XJre1m Tue 25 Sep 15:45:45 BST 2018 331 341.05 CHIX 18268XJre1q Tue 25 Sep 15:45:45 BST 2018 1262 341.05 XLON 18268XJre1h Tue 25 Sep 15:45:45 BST 2018 2480 341.05 XLON 18268XJre1g Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 390 341.10 XLON 18268XJre1f Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 7 341.10 XLON 18268XJre19 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 1024 341.10 XLON 18268XJre1b Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 725 341.10 XLON 18268XJre1d Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 300 341.10 XLON 18268XJre17 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 900 341.10 XLON 18268XJre16 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 334 341.10 CHIX 18268XJre18 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 545 341.10 CHIX 18268XJre1a Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 459 341.10 CHIX 18268XJre1e Tue 25 Sep 15:45:44 BST 2018 328 341.10 CHIX 18268XJre1c Tue 25 Sep 15:45:41 BST 2018 125 341.10 CHIX 18268XJre0s Tue 25 Sep 15:45:41 BST 2018 468 341.10 CHIX 18268XJre0r Tue 25 Sep 15:45:32 BST 2018 10 341.15 XLON 18268XJrdz0 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:32 BST 2018 356 341.15 XLON 18268XJrdz4 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:32 BST 2018 1068 341.15 XLON 18268XJrdz2 Tue 25 Sep 15:45:32 BST 2018 1671 341.15 XLON 18268XJrdyz Tue 25 Sep 15:45:32 BST 2018 1437 341.20 CHIX 18268XJrdyr Tue 25 Sep 15:45:15 BST 2018 3944 341.20 XLON 18268XJrdwq Tue 25 Sep 15:45:05 BST 2018 459 341.15 CHIX 18268XJrdvz Tue 25 Sep 15:45:05 BST 2018 582 341.15 XLON 18268XJrdvy Tue 25 Sep 15:44:43 BST 2018 395 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrdrx Tue 25 Sep 15:44:00 BST 2018 276 340.95 CHIX 18268XJrdmq Tue 25 Sep 15:42:38 BST 2018 1427 340.80 XLON 18268XJrd9t Tue 25 Sep 15:42:38 BST 2018 3249 340.80 XLON 18268XJrd9s Tue 25 Sep 15:42:38 BST 2018 169 340.85 CHIX 18268XJrd9r Tue 25 Sep 15:42:38 BST 2018 598 340.85 CHIX 18268XJrd9q Tue 25 Sep 15:42:38 BST 2018 1260 340.85 CHIX 18268XJrd9p Tue 25 Sep 15:42:38 BST 2018 3456 340.85 XLON 18268XJrd9o Tue 25 Sep 15:39:44 BST 2018 535 340.50 CHIX 18268XJrclt Tue 25 Sep 15:39:44 BST 2018 1464 340.50 XLON 18268XJrcls Tue 25 Sep 15:39:06 BST 2018 975 340.60 XLON 18268XJrcfh Tue 25 Sep 15:39:06 BST 2018 905 340.60 CHIX 18268XJrcfg Tue 25 Sep 15:39:05 BST 2018 396 340.65 XLON 18268XJrcff Tue 25 Sep 15:39:05 BST 2018 1508 340.60 XLON 18268XJrcfe Tue 25 Sep 15:38:37 BST 2018 1201 340.70 XLON 18268XJrcc7 Tue 25 Sep 15:38:36 BST 2018 1004 340.75 XLON 18268XJrcc5 Tue 25 Sep 15:38:36 BST 2018 459 340.75 CHIX 18268XJrcc4 Tue 25 Sep 15:37:12 BST 2018 670 340.75 XLON 18268XJrc3n Tue 25 Sep 15:37:12 BST 2018 459 340.75 CHIX 18268XJrc3m Tue 25 Sep 15:36:41 BST 2018 395 340.80 XLON 18268XJrbze Tue 25 Sep 15:36:30 BST 2018 4910 340.85 XLON 18268XJrby3 Tue 25 Sep 15:36:19 BST 2018 5124 340.90 XLON 18268XJrbwr Tue 25 Sep 15:36:19 BST 2018 1866 340.90 CHIX 18268XJrbws Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 2465 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbtd Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 448 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbtc Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 1062 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbtb Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 909 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrbt8 Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 345 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrbt9 Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 490 341.05 CHIX 18268XJrbta Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 1295 341.05 XLON 18268XJrbt7 Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 300 341.05 XLON 18268XJrbt6 Tue 25 Sep 15:35:54 BST 2018 900 341.05 XLON 18268XJrbt5 Tue 25 Sep 15:34:29 BST 2018 2227 340.95 XLON 18268XJrbhd Tue 25 Sep 15:34:29 BST 2018 642 340.95 XLON 18268XJrbhf Tue 25 Sep 15:34:29 BST 2018 685 340.95 XLON 18268XJrbhe Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 787 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbhc Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 459 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbhb Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 459 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbha Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 196 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbh3 Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 459 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbh6 Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 76 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbgz Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 463 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbh1 Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 708 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbh5 Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 159 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbh9 Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 646 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbgv Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 368 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbgx Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 459 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbgr Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 322 341.00 CHIX 18268XJrbgt Tue 25 Sep 15:34:28 BST 2018 130 341.00 XLON 18268XJrbgq Tue 25 Sep 15:32:02 BST 2018 704 340.65 CHIX 18268XJrawb Tue 25 Sep 15:32:02 BST 2018 459 340.75 CHIX 18268XJrawa Tue 25 Sep 15:32:02 BST 2018 526 340.75 XLON 18268XJraw9 Tue 25 Sep 15:30:21 BST 2018 271 340.85 CHIX 18268XJrahx Tue 25 Sep 15:30:17 BST 2018 1400 340.90 CHIX 18268XJrah1 Tue 25 Sep 15:30:17 BST 2018 3843 340.90 XLON 18268XJrah0 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:28 BST 2018 638 340.95 CHIX 18268XJra85 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:28 BST 2018 797 340.90 XLON 18268XJra82 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 1747 340.95 XLON 18268XJra65 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 580 341.00 CHIX 18268XJra63 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 1056 341.00 CHIX 18268XJra64 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 2897 341.00 XLON 18268XJra62 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 483 341.05 CHIX 18268XJra61 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 459 341.05 CHIX 18268XJra60 Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 520 341.05 CHIX 18268XJra5z Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 459 341.05 CHIX 18268XJra5y Tue 25 Sep 15:29:21 BST 2018 1336 341.05 CHIX 18268XJra5x Tue 25 Sep 15:28:38 BST 2018 307 341.05 XLON 18268XJra08 Tue 25 Sep 15:28:38 BST 2018 671 341.05 XLON 18268XJra07 Tue 25 Sep 15:28:38 BST 2018 973 341.05 XLON 18268XJra06 Tue 25 Sep 15:28:38 BST 2018 2694 341.05 XLON 18268XJra05 Tue 25 Sep 15:28:07 BST 2018 1590 341.00 XLON 18268XJr9wq Tue 25 Sep 15:28:00 BST 2018 66 341.05 XLON 18268XJr9vk Tue 25 Sep 15:27:06 BST 2018 84 340.95 XLON 18268XJr9pt Tue 25 Sep 15:26:48 BST 2018 748 341.05 CHIX 18268XJr9mw Tue 25 Sep 15:26:48 BST 2018 1048 341.05 XLON 18268XJr9mu Tue 25 Sep 15:26:47 BST 2018 1005 341.05 XLON 18268XJr9m7 Tue 25 Sep 15:26:10 BST 2018 594 341.10 XLON 18268XJr9hr Tue 25 Sep 15:26:10 BST 2018 900 341.10 XLON 18268XJr9hq Tue 25 Sep 15:26:10 BST 2018 500 341.10 XLON 18268XJr9hm Tue 25 Sep 15:26:10 BST 2018 1564 341.10 XLON 18268XJr9hk Tue 25 Sep 15:26:07 BST 2018 1295 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr9gx Tue 25 Sep 15:25:38 BST 2018 217 340.90 XLON 18268XJr9dm Tue 25 Sep 15:25:38 BST 2018 467 340.90 CHIX 18268XJr9dl Tue 25 Sep 15:25:36 BST 2018 475 340.95 CHIX 18268XJr9dd Tue 25 Sep 15:24:08 BST 2018 1250 341.05 CHIX 18268XJr916 Tue 25 Sep 15:24:08 BST 2018 1281 341.10 XLON 18268XJr915 Tue 25 Sep 15:24:08 BST 2018 497 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr914 Tue 25 Sep 15:24:05 BST 2018 421 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr90d Tue 25 Sep 15:23:57 BST 2018 78 341.15 XLON 18268XJr8yp Tue 25 Sep 15:23:37 BST 2018 86 341.20 XLON 18268XJr8xf Tue 25 Sep 15:23:37 BST 2018 459 341.20 CHIX 18268XJr8xg Tue 25 Sep 15:23:37 BST 2018 1062 341.25 CHIX 18268XJr8xe Tue 25 Sep 15:23:37 BST 2018 915 341.25 XLON 18268XJr8xd Tue 25 Sep 15:23:37 BST 2018 2000 341.25 XLON 18268XJr8xc Tue 25 Sep 15:23:33 BST 2018 458 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr8wv Tue 25 Sep 15:23:33 BST 2018 1 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr8wu Tue 25 Sep 15:23:33 BST 2018 339 341.30 XLON 18268XJr8wt Tue 25 Sep 15:20:39 BST 2018 1230 341.20 XLON 18268XJr85m Tue 25 Sep 15:20:39 BST 2018 476 341.20 CHIX 18268XJr85l Tue 25 Sep 15:17:43 BST 2018 459 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr7fb Tue 25 Sep 15:17:43 BST 2018 455 341.30 XLON 18268XJr7fa Tue 25 Sep 15:17:43 BST 2018 822 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr7f9 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:43 BST 2018 500 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr7f8 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:43 BST 2018 3628 341.35 XLON 18268XJr7f7 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:39 BST 2018 6225 341.40 XLON 18268XJr7ee Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 2267 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr7e4 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 878 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr7e1 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 720 341.55 CHIX 18268XJr7dv Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 480 341.50 CHIX 18268XJr7dz Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 1542 341.50 CHIX 18268XJr7dx Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 27 341.50 XLON 18268XJr7e0 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 2408 341.45 XLON 18268XJr7e3 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 14 341.50 XLON 18268XJr7e2 Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 1975 341.55 XLON 18268XJr7dw Tue 25 Sep 15:17:36 BST 2018 4233 341.50 XLON 18268XJr7dy Tue 25 Sep 15:14:49 BST 2018 591 341.25 CHIX 18268XJr6jz Tue 25 Sep 15:14:49 BST 2018 1619 341.25 XLON 18268XJr6jy Tue 25 Sep 15:14:10 BST 2018 532 341.25 XLON 18268XJr6dq Tue 25 Sep 15:14:10 BST 2018 1861 341.25 XLON 18268XJr6dp Tue 25 Sep 15:14:02 BST 2018 298 341.35 XLON 18268XJr6cu Tue 25 Sep 15:14:02 BST 2018 2708 341.35 XLON 18268XJr6cs Tue 25 Sep 15:14:02 BST 2018 1096 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr6co Tue 25 Sep 15:13:42 BST 2018 358 341.40 XLON 18268XJr6a8 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:42 BST 2018 1292 341.40 XLON 18268XJr6a9 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:42 BST 2018 1866 341.40 XLON 18268XJr6a5 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:42 BST 2018 134 341.40 XLON 18268XJr6a6 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:42 BST 2018 459 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr6a1 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:42 BST 2018 500 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr6a3 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:42 BST 2018 680 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr69z Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 90 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr68h Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 638 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr681 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 458 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr688 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 871 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr67y Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 426 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr68d Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 689 341.45 XLON 18268XJr684 Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 2388 341.45 XLON 18268XJr67t Tue 25 Sep 15:13:29 BST 2018 113 341.45 XLON 18268XJr68a Tue 25 Sep 15:09:07 BST 2018 491 340.70 CHIX 18268XJr58u Tue 25 Sep 15:09:07 BST 2018 1269 340.70 XLON 18268XJr58t Tue 25 Sep 15:07:53 BST 2018 622 341.05 CHIX 18268XJr4xy Tue 25 Sep 15:07:53 BST 2018 459 341.05 CHIX 18268XJr4xx Tue 25 Sep 15:07:53 BST 2018 797 341.05 XLON 18268XJr4xw Tue 25 Sep 15:07:44 BST 2018 52 341.10 XLON 18268XJr4wx Tue 25 Sep 15:07:44 BST 2018 2230 341.10 XLON 18268XJr4wv Tue 25 Sep 15:07:44 BST 2018 173 341.10 XLON 18268XJr4ww Tue 25 Sep 15:07:39 BST 2018 1375 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr4wi Tue 25 Sep 15:07:39 BST 2018 5787 341.15 XLON 18268XJr4wh Tue 25 Sep 15:06:45 BST 2018 815 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr4li Tue 25 Sep 15:06:45 BST 2018 2236 341.35 XLON 18268XJr4lh Tue 25 Sep 15:06:32 BST 2018 3264 341.40 XLON 18268XJr4k1 Tue 25 Sep 15:06:32 BST 2018 1290 341.40 XLON 18268XJr4k0 Tue 25 Sep 15:06:32 BST 2018 274 341.40 XLON 18268XJr4jz Tue 25 Sep 15:06:22 BST 2018 1103 341.50 CHIX 18268XJr4ip Tue 25 Sep 15:06:22 BST 2018 747 341.50 CHIX 18268XJr4iq Tue 25 Sep 15:06:22 BST 2018 32 341.50 XLON 18268XJr4io Tue 25 Sep 15:06:22 BST 2018 2049 341.50 XLON 18268XJr4in Tue 25 Sep 15:06:22 BST 2018 3026 341.50 XLON 18268XJr4im Tue 25 Sep 15:05:42 BST 2018 796 341.40 XLON 18268XJr4cy Tue 25 Sep 15:05:42 BST 2018 459 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr4cz Tue 25 Sep 15:05:42 BST 2018 470 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr4d1 Tue 25 Sep 15:05:42 BST 2018 459 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr4d0 Tue 25 Sep 15:05:42 BST 2018 417 341.40 XLON 18268XJr4cx Tue 25 Sep 15:05:42 BST 2018 602 341.40 XLON 18268XJr4cw Tue 25 Sep 15:05:42 BST 2018 1116 341.40 XLON 18268XJr4cv Tue 25 Sep 15:04:52 BST 2018 604 341.25 XLON 18268XJr46t Tue 25 Sep 15:04:52 BST 2018 312 341.25 CHIX 18268XJr46s Tue 25 Sep 15:04:52 BST 2018 147 341.25 CHIX 18268XJr46r Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 684 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr410 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 459 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr411 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 459 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr416 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 459 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr417 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 459 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr414 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 238 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr415 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 461 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr40y Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 954 341.30 XLON 18268XJr412 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 737 341.30 XLON 18268XJr413 Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 1189 341.35 XLON 18268XJr40u Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 24 341.35 XLON 18268XJr40v Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 38 341.30 XLON 18268XJr40z Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 901 341.35 XLON 18268XJr40w Tue 25 Sep 15:04:16 BST 2018 737 341.30 XLON 18268XJr40x Tue 25 Sep 15:02:14 BST 2018 966 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr3p6 Tue 25 Sep 15:02:14 BST 2018 459 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr3p8 Tue 25 Sep 15:02:14 BST 2018 325 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr3p9 Tue 25 Sep 15:02:14 BST 2018 776 341.15 XLON 18268XJr3p3 Tue 25 Sep 15:02:14 BST 2018 579 341.15 XLON 18268XJr3p4 Tue 25 Sep 15:02:14 BST 2018 1874 341.15 XLON 18268XJr3p1 Tue 25 Sep 15:01:56 BST 2018 341 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr3mm Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 459 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr3mg Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 340 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr3mi Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 533 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr3mj Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 583 341.10 XLON 18268XJr3mh Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 300 341.10 XLON 18268XJr3mf Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 300 341.10 XLON 18268XJr3me Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 375 341.10 XLON 18268XJr3mc Tue 25 Sep 15:01:55 BST 2018 225 341.10 XLON 18268XJr3md Tue 25 Sep 14:58:05 BST 2018 3922 340.70 XLON 18268XJr2sn Tue 25 Sep 14:58:05 BST 2018 277 340.70 XLON 18268XJr2sl Tue 25 Sep 14:58:05 BST 2018 377 340.70 CHIX 18268XJr2sm Tue 25 Sep 14:58:05 BST 2018 1152 340.70 CHIX 18268XJr2sk Tue 25 Sep 14:57:52 BST 2018 1109 340.85 CHIX 18268XJr2ro Tue 25 Sep 14:57:52 BST 2018 3046 340.85 XLON 18268XJr2rn Tue 25 Sep 14:57:52 BST 2018 459 340.90 CHIX 18268XJr2rm Tue 25 Sep 14:57:52 BST 2018 1009 340.90 XLON 18268XJr2rl Tue 25 Sep 14:57:27 BST 2018 624 340.95 CHIX 18268XJr2pu Tue 25 Sep 14:57:10 BST 2018 1708 340.95 XLON 18268XJr2ot Tue 25 Sep 14:57:10 BST 2018 421 341.00 CHIX 18268XJr2os Tue 25 Sep 14:56:51 BST 2018 112 341.05 XLON 18268XJr2lt Tue 25 Sep 14:56:49 BST 2018 395 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr2lg Tue 25 Sep 14:56:25 BST 2018 800 341.15 XLON 18268XJr2ij Tue 25 Sep 14:56:25 BST 2018 459 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr2ii Tue 25 Sep 14:54:30 BST 2018 1308 341.05 XLON 18268XJr27v Tue 25 Sep 14:54:30 BST 2018 1091 341.10 CHIX 18268XJr27s Tue 25 Sep 14:54:30 BST 2018 507 341.05 CHIX 18268XJr27t Tue 25 Sep 14:54:30 BST 2018 409 341.00 CHIX 18268XJr27u Tue 25 Sep 14:54:30 BST 2018 2991 341.10 XLON 18268XJr27r Tue 25 Sep 14:53:08 BST 2018 517 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr1x9 Tue 25 Sep 14:53:08 BST 2018 1335 341.15 XLON 18268XJr1x8 Tue 25 Sep 14:53:08 BST 2018 1712 341.20 CHIX 18268XJr1x7 Tue 25 Sep 14:53:08 BST 2018 1100 341.25 CHIX 18268XJr1x6 Tue 25 Sep 14:53:08 BST 2018 4700 341.20 XLON 18268XJr1x4 Tue 25 Sep 14:53:08 BST 2018 64 341.20 XLON 18268XJr1x5 Tue 25 Sep 14:53:08 BST 2018 3018 341.25 XLON 18268XJr1x3 Tue 25 Sep 14:52:44 BST 2018 445 341.25 CHIX 18268XJr1ua Tue 25 Sep 14:51:37 BST 2018 303 341.25 CHIX 18268XJr1mc Tue 25 Sep 14:50:47 BST 2018 49 341.05 XLON 18268XJr1hd Tue 25 Sep 14:50:24 BST 2018 536 341.15 CHIX 18268XJr1g4 Tue 25 Sep 14:49:50 BST 2018 1358 341.35 CHIX 18268XJr1db Tue 25 Sep 14:49:50 BST 2018 3725 341.35 XLON 18268XJr1da Tue 25 Sep 14:49:49 BST 2018 906 341.40 XLON 18268XJr1d9 Tue 25 Sep 14:49:49 BST 2018 3831 341.45 XLON 18268XJr1d5 Tue 25 Sep 14:49:49 BST 2018 876 341.45 XLON 18268XJr1d7 Tue 25 Sep 14:49:49 BST 2018 458 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr1d8 Tue 25 Sep 14:49:49 BST 2018 1396 341.45 CHIX 18268XJr1d6 Tue 25 Sep 14:47:03 BST 2018 495 341.30 XLON 18268XJr0yd Tue 25 Sep 14:47:03 BST 2018 1276 341.30 XLON 18268XJr0yc Tue 25 Sep 14:47:03 BST 2018 3991 341.40 XLON 18268XJr0ya Tue 25 Sep 14:47:03 BST 2018 2171 341.40 CHIX 18268XJr0yb Tue 25 Sep 14:47:03 BST 2018 500 341.40 XLON 18268XJr0y9 Tue 25 Sep 14:47:03 BST 2018 1470 341.40 XLON 18268XJr0y8 Tue 25 Sep 14:45:49 BST 2018 136 341.45 XLON 18268XJr0rk Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 591 341.60 CHIX 18268XJr0he Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 615 341.60 CHIX 18268XJr0hf Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 1206 341.60 CHIX 18268XJr0hc Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 484 341.60 CHIX 18268XJr0hd Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 2125 341.60 XLON 18268XJr0ha Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 63 341.60 XLON 18268XJr0hb Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 1185 341.60 XLON 18268XJr0h5 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 558 341.65 CHIX 18268XJr0h6 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 211 341.65 CHIX 18268XJr0h4 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 561 341.65 CHIX 18268XJr0h9 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 675 341.65 CHIX 18268XJr0h7 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 458 341.65 CHIX 18268XJr0h8 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 19 341.65 XLON 18268XJr0h2 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 1540 341.65 XLON 18268XJr0h3 Tue 25 Sep 14:44:07 BST 2018 379 341.65 XLON 18268XJr0h1 Tue 25 Sep 14:43:53 BST 2018 458 341.70 CHIX 18268XJr0ew Tue 25 Sep 14:43:53 BST 2018 1181 341.70 CHIX 18268XJr0eu Tue 25 Sep 14:43:53 BST 2018 389 341.70 CHIX 18268XJr0ex Tue 25 Sep 14:43:50 BST 2018 812 341.70 XLON 18268XJr0ej Tue 25 Sep 14:43:50 BST 2018 1161 341.70 XLON 18268XJr0ek Tue 25 Sep 14:43:50 BST 2018 151 341.70 XLON 18268XJr0el Tue 25 Sep 14:43:50 BST 2018 2428 341.70 XLON 18268XJr0ei Tue 25 Sep 14:43:38 BST 2018 722 341.65 CHIX 18268XJr0ds Tue 25 Sep 14:43:38 BST 2018 479 341.65 CHIX 18268XJr0dt Tue 25 Sep 14:43:38 BST 2018 125 341.65 XLON 18268XJr0dq Tue 25 Sep 14:43:38 BST 2018 669 341.65 XLON 18268XJr0dr Tue 25 Sep 14:43:38 BST 2018 1981 341.65 XLON 18268XJr0do Tue 25 Sep 14:43:38 BST 2018 157 341.65 XLON 18268XJr0dp Tue 25 Sep 14:41:34 BST 2018 942 341.15 XLON 18268XJr02n Tue 25 Sep 14:41:34 BST 2018 845 341.30 CHIX 18268XJr02m Tue 25 Sep 14:41:34 BST 2018 2318 341.30 XLON 18268XJr02l Tue 25 Sep 14:39:47 BST 2018 4061 341.15 XLON 18268XJqzor Tue 25 Sep 14:39:09 BST 2018 1255 341.15 CHIX 18268XJqzmc Tue 25 Sep 14:39:09 BST 2018 3445 341.15 XLON 18268XJqzmb Tue 25 Sep 14:39:09 BST 2018 968 341.25 CHIX 18268XJqzma Tue 25 Sep 14:39:09 BST 2018 2656 341.25 XLON 18268XJqzm9 Tue 25 Sep 14:38:14 BST 2018 17 341.20 CHIX 18268XJqzih Tue 25 Sep 14:35:28 BST 2018 1885 340.90 XLON 18268XJqyy2 Tue 25 Sep 14:35:18 BST 2018 515 340.90 XLON 18268XJqyxh Tue 25 Sep 14:35:18 BST 2018 184 340.90 CHIX 18268XJqyxf Tue 25 Sep 14:35:18 BST 2018 128 340.90 XLON 18268XJqyxe Tue 25 Sep 14:34:50 BST 2018 500 341.20 CHIX 18268XJqyuw Tue 25 Sep 14:34:50 BST 2018 2630 341.20 XLON 18268XJqyuv Tue 25 Sep 14:34:38 BST 2018 2605 341.35 XLON 18268XJqyth Tue 25 Sep 14:34:38 BST 2018 606 341.35 XLON 18268XJqyti Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 259 341.50 CHIX 18268XJqyso Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 314 341.50 CHIX 18268XJqysn Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 332 341.50 CHIX 18268XJqysm Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 917 341.50 CHIX 18268XJqysl Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 5 341.50 XLON 18268XJqysk Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 2516 341.50 XLON 18268XJqysj Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 1184 341.55 CHIX 18268XJqysi Tue 25 Sep 14:34:34 BST 2018 3083 341.55 XLON 18268XJqysh Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 560 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqyp0 Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 216 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqyp2 Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 315 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqyp1 Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 458 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqyoz Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 166 341.55 XLON 18268XJqyoy Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 1534 341.65 XLON 18268XJqyow Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 1150 341.65 XLON 18268XJqyov Tue 25 Sep 14:33:53 BST 2018 17 341.65 XLON 18268XJqyox Tue 25 Sep 14:33:52 BST 2018 639 341.70 CHIX 18268XJqyoq Tue 25 Sep 14:33:52 BST 2018 153 341.70 XLON 18268XJqyop Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 33 341.75 BATE 18268XJqyo3 Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 295 341.75 BATE 18268XJqyo2 Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 1109 341.75 CHIX 18268XJqyo1 Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 2706 341.75 XLON 18268XJqyo0 Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 337 341.75 XLON 18268XJqynz Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 492 341.80 CHIX 18268XJqyny Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 107 341.80 CHIX 18268XJqynx Tue 25 Sep 14:33:46 BST 2018 804 341.80 CHIX 18268XJqynw Tue 25 Sep 14:33:40 BST 2018 2206 341.80 XLON 18268XJqymo Tue 25 Sep 14:33:27 BST 2018 324 341.70 CHIX 18268XJqylk Tue 25 Sep 14:33:18 BST 2018 500 341.70 XLON 18268XJqyld Tue 25 Sep 14:33:18 BST 2018 97 341.70 XLON 18268XJqyle Tue 25 Sep 14:33:18 BST 2018 600 341.70 XLON 18268XJqylc Tue 25 Sep 14:33:18 BST 2018 458 341.70 CHIX 18268XJqylf Tue 25 Sep 14:33:14 BST 2018 31 341.70 XLON 18268XJqyk8 Tue 25 Sep 14:32:18 BST 2018 2545 341.65 XLON 18268XJqyf3 Tue 25 Sep 14:31:43 BST 2018 533 341.40 CHIX 18268XJqyad Tue 25 Sep 14:31:43 BST 2018 459 341.40 CHIX 18268XJqyac Tue 25 Sep 14:31:43 BST 2018 972 341.40 XLON 18268XJqya9 Tue 25 Sep 14:31:43 BST 2018 1414 341.40 XLON 18268XJqyaa Tue 25 Sep 14:30:42 BST 2018 828 341.35 CHIX 18268XJqy6n Tue 25 Sep 14:30:42 BST 2018 507 341.35 CHIX 18268XJqy6p Tue 25 Sep 14:30:42 BST 2018 689 341.35 CHIX 18268XJqy6o Tue 25 Sep 14:30:42 BST 2018 1309 341.35 XLON 18268XJqy6m Tue 25 Sep 14:30:42 BST 2018 12 341.35 XLON 18268XJqy6l Tue 25 Sep 14:30:42 BST 2018 2273 341.35 XLON 18268XJqy6k Tue 25 Sep 14:30:09 BST 2018 2355 341.30 XLON 18268XJqy56 Tue 25 Sep 14:30:09 BST 2018 859 341.30 CHIX 18268XJqy57 Tue 25 Sep 14:28:47 BST 2018 214 341.20 XLON 18268XJqxyi Tue 25 Sep 14:28:44 BST 2018 380 341.30 XLON 18268XJqxyh Tue 25 Sep 14:28:44 BST 2018 459 341.30 CHIX 18268XJqxyg Tue 25 Sep 14:28:28 BST 2018 578 341.40 CHIX 18268XJqxxp Tue 25 Sep 14:28:28 BST 2018 109 341.40 XLON 18268XJqxxo Tue 25 Sep 14:27:23 BST 2018 1475 341.40 XLON 18268XJqxsq Tue 25 Sep 14:27:18 BST 2018 148 341.55 XLON 18268XJqxs3 Tue 25 Sep 14:23:05 BST 2018 1354 341.25 CHIX 18268XJqx6g Tue 25 Sep 14:23:05 BST 2018 6494 341.25 XLON 18268XJqx6f Tue 25 Sep 14:23:05 BST 2018 192 341.30 CHIX 18268XJqx6e Tue 25 Sep 14:23:05 BST 2018 2384 341.30 CHIX 18268XJqx6d Tue 25 Sep 14:23:05 BST 2018 25 341.30 XLON 18268XJqx6c Tue 25 Sep 14:23:05 BST 2018 6548 341.30 XLON 18268XJqx6b Tue 25 Sep 14:21:53 BST 2018 146 341.20 XLON 18268XJqx17 Tue 25 Sep 14:21:53 BST 2018 965 341.20 CHIX 18268XJqx16 Tue 25 Sep 14:21:53 BST 2018 2650 341.20 XLON 18268XJqx15 Tue 25 Sep 14:20:07 BST 2018 459 340.80 CHIX 18268XJqwqh Tue 25 Sep 14:20:07 BST 2018 1066 340.80 XLON 18268XJqwqg Tue 25 Sep 14:20:07 BST 2018 903 340.80 XLON 18268XJqwqf Tue 25 Sep 14:20:07 BST 2018 1395 340.80 XLON 18268XJqwqe Tue 25 Sep 14:20:07 BST 2018 699 340.80 CHIX 18268XJqwqd Tue 25 Sep 14:20:07 BST 2018 138 340.80 CHIX 18268XJqwqc Tue 25 Sep 14:16:33 BST 2018 1012 340.35 XLON 18268XJqw2k Tue 25 Sep 14:15:22 BST 2018 274 340.30 XLON 18268XJqvy4 Tue 25 Sep 14:14:37 BST 2018 534 340.30 CHIX 18268XJqvvp Tue 25 Sep 14:12:57 BST 2018 556 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqvof Tue 25 Sep 14:12:57 BST 2018 1525 340.45 XLON 18268XJqvoe Tue 25 Sep 14:12:50 BST 2018 40 340.55 XLON 18268XJqvnp Tue 25 Sep 14:12:43 BST 2018 1933 340.60 CHIX 18268XJqvmu Tue 25 Sep 14:12:43 BST 2018 5307 340.60 XLON 18268XJqvmt Tue 25 Sep 14:12:42 BST 2018 392 340.65 CHIX 18268XJqvmn Tue 25 Sep 14:12:10 BST 2018 540 340.75 CHIX 18268XJqvkd Tue 25 Sep 14:12:10 BST 2018 1481 340.75 XLON 18268XJqvkc Tue 25 Sep 14:09:27 BST 2018 2888 340.90 XLON 18268XJqv3w Tue 25 Sep 14:09:27 BST 2018 1053 340.90 CHIX 18268XJqv3v Tue 25 Sep 14:09:25 BST 2018 343 341.00 XLON 18268XJqv3l Tue 25 Sep 14:09:25 BST 2018 3722 341.00 XLON 18268XJqv3k Tue 25 Sep 14:09:25 BST 2018 1480 341.00 CHIX 18268XJqv3m Tue 25 Sep 14:09:10 BST 2018 1255 341.05 CHIX 18268XJqv2o Tue 25 Sep 14:09:10 BST 2018 3445 341.05 XLON 18268XJqv2n Tue 25 Sep 14:07:53 BST 2018 2950 341.05 XLON 18268XJqurm Tue 25 Sep 14:07:53 BST 2018 1074 341.05 CHIX 18268XJqurn Tue 25 Sep 14:03:45 BST 2018 459 340.70 CHIX 18268XJqu5z Tue 25 Sep 14:03:45 BST 2018 604 340.70 XLON 18268XJqu5y Tue 25 Sep 14:02:21 BST 2018 35 340.55 XLON 18268XJqtwe Tue 25 Sep 14:02:21 BST 2018 2052 340.60 CHIX 18268XJqtwd Tue 25 Sep 14:02:21 BST 2018 5633 340.60 XLON 18268XJqtwc Tue 25 Sep 14:00:36 BST 2018 818 340.55 CHIX 18268XJqtof Tue 25 Sep 14:00:36 BST 2018 2245 340.55 XLON 18268XJqtoe Tue 25 Sep 14:00:09 BST 2018 1148 340.70 CHIX 18268XJqtm0 Tue 25 Sep 14:00:09 BST 2018 3148 340.70 XLON 18268XJqtlz Tue 25 Sep 14:00:07 BST 2018 459 340.80 CHIX 18268XJqtlh Tue 25 Sep 14:00:07 BST 2018 365 340.80 XLON 18268XJqtle Tue 25 Sep 13:58:41 BST 2018 1874 340.75 XLON 18268XJqtej Tue 25 Sep 13:57:15 BST 2018 1516 340.90 CHIX 18268XJqt7z Tue 25 Sep 13:57:15 BST 2018 696 340.90 XLON 18268XJqt7y Tue 25 Sep 13:57:15 BST 2018 3468 340.90 XLON 18268XJqt7x Tue 25 Sep 13:57:10 BST 2018 365 340.95 XLON 18268XJqt7s Tue 25 Sep 13:57:10 BST 2018 430 340.95 CHIX 18268XJqt7r Tue 25 Sep 13:57:10 BST 2018 630 340.95 CHIX 18268XJqt7q Tue 25 Sep 13:57:10 BST 2018 2908 340.95 XLON 18268XJqt7p Tue 25 Sep 13:51:29 BST 2018 195 340.55 XLON 18268XJqsd3 Tue 25 Sep 13:51:28 BST 2018 523 340.55 XLON 18268XJqsd1 Tue 25 Sep 13:51:24 BST 2018 2897 340.65 XLON 18268XJqsbr Tue 25 Sep 13:51:15 BST 2018 602 340.65 CHIX 18268XJqsaw Tue 25 Sep 13:51:15 BST 2018 1056 340.65 CHIX 18268XJqsax Tue 25 Sep 13:50:16 BST 2018 917 340.90 CHIX 18268XJqs5a Tue 25 Sep 13:50:16 BST 2018 2516 340.90 XLON 18268XJqs59 Tue 25 Sep 13:49:31 BST 2018 459 341.00 CHIX 18268XJqrzu Tue 25 Sep 13:49:31 BST 2018 419 341.00 CHIX 18268XJqrzt Tue 25 Sep 13:47:13 BST 2018 424 341.15 CHIX 18268XJqrmx Tue 25 Sep 13:47:13 BST 2018 570 341.20 CHIX 18268XJqrmw Tue 25 Sep 13:47:13 BST 2018 685 341.00 XLON 18268XJqrmv Tue 25 Sep 13:47:11 BST 2018 257 341.25 CHIX 18268XJqrmu Tue 25 Sep 13:47:11 BST 2018 51 341.00 XLON 18268XJqrmt Tue 25 Sep 13:47:11 BST 2018 3266 341.05 XLON 18268XJqrms Tue 25 Sep 13:47:11 BST 2018 2406 341.10 XLON 18268XJqrmr Tue 25 Sep 13:47:11 BST 2018 1562 341.20 XLON 18268XJqrmq Tue 25 Sep 13:46:30 BST 2018 384 341.25 CHIX 18268XJqrim Tue 25 Sep 13:45:15 BST 2018 588 341.35 CHIX 18268XJqrcy Tue 25 Sep 13:45:01 BST 2018 1609 341.35 XLON 18268XJqr7o Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 474 341.20 CHIX 18268XJqqa5 Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 543 341.35 CHIX 18268XJqqa4 Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 1002 341.45 CHIX 18268XJqqa3 Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 458 341.55 CHIX 18268XJqqa2 Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 2070 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqqa1 Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 2749 341.45 XLON 18268XJqq9y Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 482 341.55 XLON 18268XJqq9w Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 5687 341.65 XLON 18268XJqq9v Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 1486 341.35 XLON 18268XJqq9z Tue 25 Sep 13:37:16 BST 2018 1223 341.20 XLON 18268XJqqa0 Tue 25 Sep 13:34:36 BST 2018 1096 341.45 XLON 18268XJqpwo Tue 25 Sep 13:34:36 BST 2018 2412 341.55 XLON 18268XJqpwn Tue 25 Sep 13:33:51 BST 2018 2349 341.65 XLON 18268XJqpt1 Tue 25 Sep 13:33:51 BST 2018 856 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqpt0 Tue 25 Sep 13:31:57 BST 2018 1171 341.50 CHIX 18268XJqpet Tue 25 Sep 13:31:57 BST 2018 3216 341.50 XLON 18268XJqpes Tue 25 Sep 13:28:40 BST 2018 2476 341.45 CHIX 18268XJqoti Tue 25 Sep 13:28:40 BST 2018 6801 341.45 XLON 18268XJqotg Tue 25 Sep 13:28:40 BST 2018 458 341.50 CHIX 18268XJqote Tue 25 Sep 13:28:40 BST 2018 361 341.50 XLON 18268XJqota Tue 25 Sep 13:27:42 BST 2018 510 341.50 CHIX 18268XJqoma Tue 25 Sep 13:27:02 BST 2018 94 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqoiy Tue 25 Sep 13:27:02 BST 2018 1308 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqoiw Tue 25 Sep 13:27:02 BST 2018 376 341.65 CHIX 18268XJqoix Tue 25 Sep 13:27:02 BST 2018 1766 341.65 XLON 18268XJqoiv Tue 25 Sep 13:27:02 BST 2018 1824 341.65 XLON 18268XJqoiu Tue 25 Sep 13:26:08 BST 2018 624 341.55 CHIX 18268XJqoey Tue 25 Sep 13:26:08 BST 2018 1711 341.55 XLON 18268XJqoex Tue 25 Sep 13:25:03 BST 2018 158 341.50 XLON 18268XJqo9o Tue 25 Sep 13:24:32 BST 2018 2386 341.45 CHIX 18268XJqo7e Tue 25 Sep 13:24:32 BST 2018 1250 341.45 CHIX 18268XJqo7f Tue 25 Sep 13:24:32 BST 2018 114 341.45 XLON 18268XJqo7d Tue 25 Sep 13:22:42 BST 2018 1217 341.20 CHIX 18268XJqnzy Tue 25 Sep 13:22:42 BST 2018 3342 341.20 XLON 18268XJqnzx Tue 25 Sep 13:21:24 BST 2018 29 340.60 XLON 18268XJqnvd Tue 25 Sep 13:21:24 BST 2018 134 340.75 XLON 18268XJqnvc Tue 25 Sep 13:16:56 BST 2018 1237 340.60 XLON 18268XJqndu Tue 25 Sep 13:16:18 BST 2018 5147 340.75 XLON 18268XJqnas Tue 25 Sep 13:14:38 BST 2018 608 340.60 CHIX 18268XJqn4s Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 1356 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqmn9 Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 185 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqmna Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 3723 340.45 XLON 18268XJqmn8 Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 1072 340.55 XLON 18268XJqmn7 Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 4489 340.55 XLON 18268XJqmn6 Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 118 340.55 XLON 18268XJqmn5 Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 326 340.55 CHIX 18268XJqmn4 Tue 25 Sep 13:11:19 BST 2018 1741 340.55 CHIX 18268XJqmn3 Tue 25 Sep 13:09:58 BST 2018 2639 340.60 XLON 18268XJqmgo Tue 25 Sep 13:09:58 BST 2018 962 340.60 CHIX 18268XJqmgn Tue 25 Sep 13:07:30 BST 2018 2499 340.55 XLON 18268XJqm80 Tue 25 Sep 13:07:30 BST 2018 963 340.55 CHIX 18268XJqm7z Tue 25 Sep 13:07:26 BST 2018 143 340.55 XLON 18268XJqm7m Tue 25 Sep 13:06:51 BST 2018 1933 340.60 XLON 18268XJqm44 Tue 25 Sep 13:06:51 BST 2018 28 340.60 XLON 18268XJqm45 Tue 25 Sep 13:06:51 BST 2018 300 340.60 XLON 18268XJqm42 Tue 25 Sep 13:06:51 BST 2018 578 340.60 XLON 18268XJqm40 Tue 25 Sep 13:06:51 BST 2018 369 340.60 CHIX 18268XJqm43 Tue 25 Sep 13:06:51 BST 2018 1024 340.60 CHIX 18268XJqm41 Tue 25 Sep 13:02:22 BST 2018 1243 340.35 CHIX 18268XJqliv Tue 25 Sep 13:02:22 BST 2018 67 340.35 CHIX 18268XJqliw Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 1054 340.40 CHIX 18268XJqlg6 Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 2891 340.40 XLON 18268XJqlg5 Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 114 340.45 XLON 18268XJqlg4 Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 154 340.45 XLON 18268XJqlg2 Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 121 340.45 XLON 18268XJqlg1 Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 137 340.45 XLON 18268XJqlfz Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 2827 340.45 XLON 18268XJqlfx Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 715 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqlg0 Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 392 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqlg3 Tue 25 Sep 13:01:39 BST 2018 1030 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqlfy Tue 25 Sep 12:59:34 BST 2018 1696 340.35 XLON 18268XJql8v Tue 25 Sep 12:59:34 BST 2018 618 340.35 CHIX 18268XJql8w Tue 25 Sep 12:58:01 BST 2018 646 340.25 CHIX 18268XJql26 Tue 25 Sep 12:57:36 BST 2018 2705 340.25 XLON 18268XJql0t Tue 25 Sep 12:57:32 BST 2018 460 340.35 CHIX 18268XJql0h Tue 25 Sep 12:57:32 BST 2018 678 340.35 XLON 18268XJql0g Tue 25 Sep 12:57:32 BST 2018 513 340.35 XLON 18268XJql0f Tue 25 Sep 12:56:46 BST 2018 460 340.35 CHIX 18268XJqkx0 Tue 25 Sep 12:52:08 BST 2018 1623 340.10 CHIX 18268XJqkem Tue 25 Sep 12:52:08 BST 2018 3627 340.10 XLON 18268XJqkel Tue 25 Sep 12:52:08 BST 2018 774 340.15 CHIX 18268XJqkek Tue 25 Sep 12:52:08 BST 2018 2122 340.15 XLON 18268XJqkej Tue 25 Sep 12:51:31 BST 2018 829 340.10 XLON 18268XJqkay Tue 25 Sep 12:51:28 BST 2018 52 340.15 CHIX 18268XJqkav Tue 25 Sep 12:51:28 BST 2018 317 340.15 CHIX 18268XJqkau Tue 25 Sep 12:51:28 BST 2018 714 340.15 CHIX 18268XJqkat Tue 25 Sep 12:51:28 BST 2018 1958 340.15 XLON 18268XJqkas Tue 25 Sep 12:45:32 BST 2018 1381 339.65 CHIX 18268XJqjqq Tue 25 Sep 12:45:32 BST 2018 3791 339.65 XLON 18268XJqjqp Tue 25 Sep 12:43:57 BST 2018 381 339.50 XLON 18268XJqjm2 Tue 25 Sep 12:43:57 BST 2018 461 339.50 CHIX 18268XJqjm1 Tue 25 Sep 12:43:51 BST 2018 507 339.70 CHIX 18268XJqjli Tue 25 Sep 12:43:51 BST 2018 609 339.70 XLON 18268XJqjlh Tue 25 Sep 12:43:51 BST 2018 699 339.70 XLON 18268XJqjlg Tue 25 Sep 12:43:16 BST 2018 849 339.80 CHIX 18268XJqjk7 Tue 25 Sep 12:43:16 BST 2018 152 339.80 XLON 18268XJqjk6 Tue 25 Sep 12:43:16 BST 2018 2177 339.80 XLON 18268XJqjk5 Tue 25 Sep 12:41:20 BST 2018 134 339.80 XLON 18268XJqjdt Tue 25 Sep 12:37:48 BST 2018 2466 339.75 XLON 18268XJqj00 Tue 25 Sep 12:37:48 BST 2018 899 339.75 CHIX 18268XJqizz Tue 25 Sep 12:36:54 BST 2018 1485 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqivt Tue 25 Sep 12:36:54 BST 2018 4076 340.45 XLON 18268XJqivs Tue 25 Sep 12:36:36 BST 2018 945 340.55 CHIX 18268XJqiv8 Tue 25 Sep 12:36:25 BST 2018 2487 340.55 XLON 18268XJqiu5 Tue 25 Sep 12:35:25 BST 2018 393 340.55 XLON 18268XJqiso Tue 25 Sep 12:35:22 BST 2018 104 340.55 CHIX 18268XJqisl Tue 25 Sep 12:35:21 BST 2018 393 340.65 CHIX 18268XJqisi Tue 25 Sep 12:35:21 BST 2018 460 340.65 CHIX 18268XJqisg Tue 25 Sep 12:35:21 BST 2018 785 340.65 CHIX 18268XJqish Tue 25 Sep 12:35:21 BST 2018 3234 340.65 XLON 18268XJqisf Tue 25 Sep 12:34:55 BST 2018 683 340.70 XLON 18268XJqir0 Tue 25 Sep 12:34:55 BST 2018 638 340.70 CHIX 18268XJqir1 Tue 25 Sep 12:34:41 BST 2018 1065 340.70 XLON 18268XJqiq2 Tue 25 Sep 12:34:29 BST 2018 1012 340.65 XLON 18268XJqipo Tue 25 Sep 12:29:21 BST 2018 552 340.45 CHIX 18268XJqi6e Tue 25 Sep 12:28:48 BST 2018 683 340.40 CHIX 18268XJqi5m Tue 25 Sep 12:28:48 BST 2018 1875 340.40 XLON 18268XJqi5l Tue 25 Sep 12:26:56 BST 2018 1165 340.40 CHIX 18268XJqhwl Tue 25 Sep 12:26:56 BST 2018 3197 340.40 XLON 18268XJqhwk Tue 25 Sep 12:21:17 BST 2018 461 339.75 CHIX 18268XJqh3f Tue 25 Sep 12:18:33 BST 2018 861 339.85 CHIX 18268XJqgjz Tue 25 Sep 12:18:33 BST 2018 900 339.85 XLON 18268XJqgjy Tue 25 Sep 12:18:33 BST 2018 500 339.85 CHIX 18268XJqgjx Tue 25 Sep 12:18:33 BST 2018 5309 339.85 XLON 18268XJqgjw Tue 25 Sep 12:18:33 BST 2018 900 339.85 XLON 18268XJqgjv Tue 25 Sep 12:18:12 BST 2018 3598 339.95 XLON 18268XJqgie Tue 25 Sep 12:18:12 BST 2018 1310 339.95 CHIX 18268XJqgif Tue 25 Sep 12:17:30 BST 2018 1231 339.70 XLON 18268XJqgfg Tue 25 Sep 12:17:14 BST 2018 86 339.75 CHIX 18268XJqgen Tue 25 Sep 12:17:14 BST 2018 400 339.75 CHIX 18268XJqgem Tue 25 Sep 12:17:14 BST 2018 1254 339.75 XLON 18268XJqgel Tue 25 Sep 12:17:11 BST 2018 640 339.80 CHIX 18268XJqge5 Tue 25 Sep 12:16:23 BST 2018 1095 340.10 XLON 18268XJqg96 Tue 25 Sep 12:16:23 BST 2018 460 340.10 CHIX 18268XJqg95 Tue 25 Sep 12:16:23 BST 2018 538 340.20 XLON 18268XJqg94 Tue 25 Sep 12:16:23 BST 2018 460 340.20 CHIX 18268XJqg93 Tue 25 Sep 12:16:06 BST 2018 186 340.25 CHIX 18268XJqg7w Tue 25 Sep 12:13:56 BST 2018 3019 340.40 XLON 18268XJqfzc Tue 25 Sep 12:13:30 BST 2018 794 340.25 CHIX 18268XJqfyf Tue 25 Sep 12:12:08 BST 2018 1193 339.85 XLON 18268XJqfvz Tue 25 Sep 12:12:08 BST 2018 462 339.85 CHIX 18268XJqfvy Tue 25 Sep 12:10:58 BST 2018 646 339.90 XLON 18268XJqft6 Tue 25 Sep 12:10:49 BST 2018 6742 339.95 XLON 18268XJqfsk Tue 25 Sep 12:08:40 BST 2018 2359 339.95 XLON 18268XJqflg Tue 25 Sep 12:06:56 BST 2018 1464 339.80 XLON 18268XJqfg1 Tue 25 Sep 12:02:47 BST 2018 691 339.95 CHIX 18268XJqf3g Tue 25 Sep 12:02:47 BST 2018 1595 339.95 XLON 18268XJqf3f Tue 25 Sep 12:02:47 BST 2018 300 339.95 XLON 18268XJqf3e Tue 25 Sep 11:59:53 BST 2018 548 339.80 CHIX 18268XJqeuq Tue 25 Sep 11:59:53 BST 2018 763 339.90 CHIX 18268XJqeup Tue 25 Sep 11:59:53 BST 2018 2093 339.90 XLON 18268XJqeuo Tue 25 Sep 11:59:34 BST 2018 5895 340.00 XLON 18268XJqetm Tue 25 Sep 11:59:34 BST 2018 810 340.00 XLON 18268XJqetk Tue 25 Sep 11:59:34 BST 2018 2441 340.00 CHIX 18268XJqetl Tue 25 Sep 11:59:24 BST 2018 3645 340.00 XLON 18268XJqeso Tue 25 Sep 11:59:24 BST 2018 567 340.00 CHIX 18268XJqesq Tue 25 Sep 11:59:24 BST 2018 1329 340.00 CHIX 18268XJqesp Tue 25 Sep 11:59:20 BST 2018 664 340.10 CHIX 18268XJqes8 Tue 25 Sep 11:59:20 BST 2018 1822 340.10 XLON 18268XJqes7 Tue 25 Sep 11:57:25 BST 2018 674 340.05 CHIX 18268XJqejm Tue 25 Sep 11:57:25 BST 2018 1850 340.05 XLON 18268XJqejj Tue 25 Sep 11:55:22 BST 2018 1253 339.85 XLON 18268XJqedn Tue 25 Sep 11:55:22 BST 2018 129 340.00 XLON 18268XJqedm Tue 25 Sep 11:52:04 BST 2018 1059 339.65 CHIX 18268XJqe1a Tue 25 Sep 11:52:04 BST 2018 80 339.65 CHIX 18268XJqe19 Tue 25 Sep 11:52:04 BST 2018 3124 339.65 XLON 18268XJqe18 Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 190 339.70 CHIX 18268XJqdzn Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 176 339.70 CHIX 18268XJqdzm Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 1257 339.70 CHIX 18268XJqdzl Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 269 339.70 CHIX 18268XJqdzk Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 4188 339.70 XLON 18268XJqdzj Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 2820 339.75 XLON 18268XJqdzg Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 163 339.75 XLON 18268XJqdzi Tue 25 Sep 11:51:45 BST 2018 1028 339.75 CHIX 18268XJqdzh Tue 25 Sep 11:49:13 BST 2018 603 339.50 XLON 18268XJqdoe Tue 25 Sep 11:49:13 BST 2018 372 339.50 CHIX 18268XJqdod Tue 25 Sep 11:49:13 BST 2018 1522 339.50 XLON 18268XJqdoc Tue 25 Sep 11:49:13 BST 2018 1406 339.55 XLON 18268XJqdob Tue 25 Sep 11:49:13 BST 2018 535 339.55 CHIX 18268XJqdoa Tue 25 Sep 11:48:07 BST 2018 646 339.50 CHIX 18268XJqdky Tue 25 Sep 11:48:07 BST 2018 137 339.50 CHIX 18268XJqdkx Tue 25 Sep 11:48:07 BST 2018 1278 339.50 XLON 18268XJqdkw Tue 25 Sep 11:48:07 BST 2018 300 339.50 XLON 18268XJqdkv Tue 25 Sep 11:48:07 BST 2018 570 339.50 XLON 18268XJqdku Tue 25 Sep 11:45:57 BST 2018 461 339.45 CHIX 18268XJqdea Tue 25 Sep 11:45:57 BST 2018 303 339.45 XLON 18268XJqde9 Tue 25 Sep 11:41:23 BST 2018 734 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqczq Tue 25 Sep 11:41:23 BST 2018 2012 338.90 XLON 18268XJqczp Tue 25 Sep 11:37:32 BST 2018 2377 339.05 XLON 18268XJqcps Tue 25 Sep 11:37:32 BST 2018 866 339.05 CHIX 18268XJqcpr Tue 25 Sep 11:37:32 BST 2018 181 339.10 CHIX 18268XJqcpq Tue 25 Sep 11:35:12 BST 2018 281 339.60 BATE 18268XJqch0 Tue 25 Sep 11:32:02 BST 2018 80 339.35 CHIX 18268XJqc74 Tue 25 Sep 11:32:02 BST 2018 714 339.35 CHIX 18268XJqc73 Tue 25 Sep 11:32:02 BST 2018 88 339.35 XLON 18268XJqc72 Tue 25 Sep 11:32:02 BST 2018 2092 339.35 XLON 18268XJqc71 Tue 25 Sep 11:29:09 BST 2018 462 338.85 CHIX 18268XJqbxz Tue 25 Sep 11:29:09 BST 2018 462 338.85 CHIX 18268XJqbxy Tue 25 Sep 11:29:09 BST 2018 717 338.85 XLON 18268XJqbxw Tue 25 Sep 11:29:09 BST 2018 520 338.85 XLON 18268XJqbxx Tue 25 Sep 11:29:09 BST 2018 233 338.85 XLON 18268XJqbxv Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 36 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqbxp Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 698 338.90 XLON 18268XJqbxo Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 1972 338.90 XLON 18268XJqbxn Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 300 338.90 XLON 18268XJqbxl Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 434 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqbxk Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 426 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqbxm Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 340 338.90 XLON 18268XJqbxj Tue 25 Sep 11:29:03 BST 2018 518 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqbxi Tue 25 Sep 11:28:42 BST 2018 318 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqbwu Tue 25 Sep 11:28:32 BST 2018 261 338.90 XLON 18268XJqbwn Tue 25 Sep 11:28:32 BST 2018 808 338.90 XLON 18268XJqbwm Tue 25 Sep 11:28:32 BST 2018 291 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqbwl Tue 25 Sep 11:28:32 BST 2018 671 338.90 CHIX 18268XJqbwk Tue 25 Sep 11:25:52 BST 2018 905 338.95 CHIX 18268XJqbq1 Tue 25 Sep 11:25:52 BST 2018 560 338.95 XLON 18268XJqbq0 Tue 25 Sep 11:25:51 BST 2018 1924 338.95 XLON 18268XJqbpz Tue 25 Sep 11:23:28 BST 2018 1830 339.10 XLON 18268XJqbgy Tue 25 Sep 11:23:28 BST 2018 667 339.10 CHIX 18268XJqbgx Tue 25 Sep 11:21:38 BST 2018 1933 339.30 XLON 18268XJqbbb Tue 25 Sep 11:21:38 BST 2018 704 339.30 CHIX 18268XJqbbc Tue 25 Sep 11:21:34 BST 2018 1876 339.35 XLON 18268XJqbb7 Tue 25 Sep 11:21:34 BST 2018 684 339.35 CHIX 18268XJqbb5 Tue 25 Sep 11:21:34 BST 2018 594 339.35 CHIX 18268XJqbb6 Tue 25 Sep 11:21:18 BST 2018 1207 339.40 XLON 18268XJqbal Tue 25 Sep 11:21:18 BST 2018 468 339.40 CHIX 18268XJqbam Tue 25 Sep 11:20:10 BST 2018 1619 339.50 XLON 18268XJqb7m Tue 25 Sep 11:20:10 BST 2018 591 339.50 CHIX 18268XJqb7l Tue 25 Sep 11:18:02 BST 2018 461 339.35 CHIX 18268XJqaye Tue 25 Sep 11:18:02 BST 2018 816 339.35 XLON 18268XJqayd Tue 25 Sep 11:17:53 BST 2018 1056 339.35 CHIX 18268XJqaxx Tue 25 Sep 11:17:53 BST 2018 1965 339.35 XLON 18268XJqaxw Tue 25 Sep 11:17:53 BST 2018 935 339.35 XLON 18268XJqaxv Tue 25 Sep 11:13:35 BST 2018 3183 339.15 XLON 18268XJqadq Tue 25 Sep 11:13:35 BST 2018 1160 339.15 CHIX 18268XJqadp Tue 25 Sep 11:13:31 BST 2018 1157 339.20 XLON 18268XJqadh Tue 25 Sep 11:13:31 BST 2018 2015 339.20 XLON 18268XJqadf Tue 25 Sep 11:13:31 BST 2018 1157 339.20 CHIX 18268XJqadg Tue 25 Sep 11:12:52 BST 2018 700 339.20 CHIX 18268XJqacj Tue 25 Sep 11:11:09 BST 2018 468 339.30 CHIX 18268XJqa71 Tue 25 Sep 11:11:09 BST 2018 472 339.30 CHIX 18268XJqa70 Tue 25 Sep 11:11:09 BST 2018 461 339.30 CHIX 18268XJqa6z Tue 25 Sep 11:11:09 BST 2018 461 339.30 CHIX 18268XJqa6y Tue 25 Sep 11:11:09 BST 2018 461 339.30 CHIX 18268XJqa6x Tue 25 Sep 11:11:09 BST 2018 981 339.30 XLON 18268XJqa6v Tue 25 Sep 11:11:09 BST 2018 1206 339.30 XLON 18268XJqa6w Tue 25 Sep 11:11:01 BST 2018 108 339.35 XLON 18268XJqa60 Tue 25 Sep 11:11:01 BST 2018 334 339.35 CHIX 18268XJqa61 Tue 25 Sep 11:10:02 BST 2018 461 339.45 CHIX 18268XJqa2x Tue 25 Sep 11:10:02 BST 2018 985 339.45 XLON 18268XJqa2w Tue 25 Sep 11:09:09 BST 2018 785 339.35 CHIX 18268XJq9yr Tue 25 Sep 11:09:09 BST 2018 2154 339.35 XLON 18268XJq9yp Tue 25 Sep 11:09:09 BST 2018 329 339.35 CHIX 18268XJq9ym Tue 25 Sep 11:08:50 BST 2018 411 339.30 XLON 18268XJq9xi Tue 25 Sep 11:08:34 BST 2018 755 339.30 XLON 18268XJq9x5 Tue 25 Sep 11:06:29 BST 2018 698 338.95 CHIX 18268XJq9n3 Tue 25 Sep 11:06:24 BST 2018 1310 338.95 XLON 18268XJq9mo Tue 25 Sep 11:06:24 BST 2018 603 338.95 XLON 18268XJq9mn Tue 25 Sep 11:03:19 BST 2018 683 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq99d Tue 25 Sep 11:03:19 BST 2018 43 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq99c Tue 25 Sep 11:03:19 BST 2018 1782 338.90 XLON 18268XJq99b Tue 25 Sep 11:03:19 BST 2018 208 338.90 XLON 18268XJq99a Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 2135 338.85 XLON 18268XJq95u Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 2 338.85 XLON 18268XJq95v Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 778 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq95t Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 323 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq95l Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 365 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq95p Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 462 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq95n Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 414 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq95r Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 356 338.90 XLON 18268XJq95m Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 2526 338.90 XLON 18268XJq95k Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 46 338.90 XLON 18268XJq95q Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 45 338.90 XLON 18268XJq95o Tue 25 Sep 11:02:36 BST 2018 134 338.90 XLON 18268XJq95s Tue 25 Sep 11:01:42 BST 2018 598 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq93l Tue 25 Sep 11:00:30 BST 2018 462 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq8z0 Tue 25 Sep 11:00:30 BST 2018 412 338.85 XLON 18268XJq8yz Tue 25 Sep 10:58:55 BST 2018 825 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq8sc Tue 25 Sep 10:58:55 BST 2018 2264 338.85 XLON 18268XJq8sb Tue 25 Sep 10:58:43 BST 2018 10 338.85 XLON 18268XJq8qd Tue 25 Sep 10:58:43 BST 2018 550 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq8qc Tue 25 Sep 10:58:16 BST 2018 824 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq8mb Tue 25 Sep 10:58:16 BST 2018 2261 338.90 XLON 18268XJq8ma Tue 25 Sep 10:57:39 BST 2018 408 338.80 CHIX 18268XJq8ka Tue 25 Sep 10:55:17 BST 2018 2246 338.80 BATE 18268XJq8a0 Tue 25 Sep 10:54:29 BST 2018 843 338.95 XLON 18268XJq877 Tue 25 Sep 10:54:29 BST 2018 686 338.95 CHIX 18268XJq876 Tue 25 Sep 10:54:29 BST 2018 458 338.95 CHIX 18268XJq875 Tue 25 Sep 10:54:29 BST 2018 2295 338.95 BATE 18268XJq874 Tue 25 Sep 10:51:15 BST 2018 1446 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq7rw Tue 25 Sep 10:51:15 BST 2018 3972 338.85 XLON 18268XJq7rv Tue 25 Sep 10:50:02 BST 2018 1162 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq7n6 Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 247 338.80 BATE 18268XJq7mj Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 750 338.80 BATE 18268XJq7mk Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 99 338.80 CHIX 18268XJq7mi Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 462 338.75 CHIX 18268XJq7mf Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 462 338.75 CHIX 18268XJq7mh Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 3 338.75 XLON 18268XJq7mg Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 986 338.75 XLON 18268XJq7md Tue 25 Sep 10:49:42 BST 2018 551 338.75 XLON 18268XJq7me Tue 25 Sep 10:49:41 BST 2018 274 338.90 XLON 18268XJq7mb Tue 25 Sep 10:49:41 BST 2018 300 338.90 XLON 18268XJq7ma Tue 25 Sep 10:49:41 BST 2018 630 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq7m9 Tue 25 Sep 10:49:41 BST 2018 462 338.90 CHIX 18268XJq7m8 Tue 25 Sep 10:49:02 BST 2018 462 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq7k1 Tue 25 Sep 10:49:02 BST 2018 757 338.85 XLON 18268XJq7k0 Tue 25 Sep 10:47:14 BST 2018 2140 338.35 XLON 18268XJq7c6 Tue 25 Sep 10:47:14 BST 2018 780 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq7c7 Tue 25 Sep 10:46:35 BST 2018 1478 338.40 XLON 18268XJq786 Tue 25 Sep 10:46:35 BST 2018 732 338.40 XLON 18268XJq787 Tue 25 Sep 10:46:35 BST 2018 243 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq785 Tue 25 Sep 10:46:35 BST 2018 539 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq783 Tue 25 Sep 10:46:35 BST 2018 220 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq784 Tue 25 Sep 10:45:27 BST 2018 659 338.20 XLON 18268XJq74f Tue 25 Sep 10:45:27 BST 2018 900 338.20 XLON 18268XJq74d Tue 25 Sep 10:45:27 BST 2018 500 338.20 XLON 18268XJq74b Tue 25 Sep 10:45:27 BST 2018 750 338.20 CHIX 18268XJq74e Tue 25 Sep 10:45:27 BST 2018 516 338.20 CHIX 18268XJq74c Tue 25 Sep 10:45:12 BST 2018 368 338.30 CHIX 18268XJq72u Tue 25 Sep 10:45:12 BST 2018 483 338.30 CHIX 18268XJq72v Tue 25 Sep 10:43:53 BST 2018 640 338.10 XLON 18268XJq6z1 Tue 25 Sep 10:43:53 BST 2018 97 338.10 XLON 18268XJq6yz Tue 25 Sep 10:43:53 BST 2018 361 338.10 XLON 18268XJq6yy Tue 25 Sep 10:43:53 BST 2018 463 338.10 CHIX 18268XJq6z0 Tue 25 Sep 10:41:45 BST 2018 458 337.60 CHIX 18268XJq6sf Tue 25 Sep 10:41:45 BST 2018 6 337.60 CHIX 18268XJq6se Tue 25 Sep 10:41:45 BST 2018 587 337.60 XLON 18268XJq6sd Tue 25 Sep 10:41:45 BST 2018 362 337.70 CHIX 18268XJq6sb Tue 25 Sep 10:41:45 BST 2018 162 337.70 CHIX 18268XJq6sa Tue 25 Sep 10:38:46 BST 2018 970 338.00 CHIX 18268XJq6gk Tue 25 Sep 10:38:46 BST 2018 938 338.00 CHIX 18268XJq6gl Tue 25 Sep 10:38:46 BST 2018 796 338.05 CHIX 18268XJq6gj Tue 25 Sep 10:38:46 BST 2018 2184 338.05 XLON 18268XJq6gi Tue 25 Sep 10:38:02 BST 2018 453 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq6bu Tue 25 Sep 10:38:02 BST 2018 463 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq6bv Tue 25 Sep 10:38:02 BST 2018 732 338.35 XLON 18268XJq6bt Tue 25 Sep 10:37:59 BST 2018 363 338.40 XLON 18268XJq6bc Tue 25 Sep 10:37:59 BST 2018 463 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq6bd Tue 25 Sep 10:37:00 BST 2018 462 338.60 CHIX 18268XJq66q Tue 25 Sep 10:37:00 BST 2018 904 338.60 XLON 18268XJq66p Tue 25 Sep 10:35:58 BST 2018 462 338.85 CHIX 18268XJq623 Tue 25 Sep 10:35:58 BST 2018 643 338.85 XLON 18268XJq622 Tue 25 Sep 10:35:44 BST 2018 268 338.95 CHIX 18268XJq60n Tue 25 Sep 10:35:41 BST 2018 1230 339.00 XLON 18268XJq60d Tue 25 Sep 10:35:41 BST 2018 476 339.00 CHIX 18268XJq60e Tue 25 Sep 10:34:15 BST 2018 596 339.40 XLON 18268XJq5tm Tue 25 Sep 10:34:15 BST 2018 598 339.40 XLON 18268XJq5tk Tue 25 Sep 10:34:15 BST 2018 1634 339.40 XLON 18268XJq5tj Tue 25 Sep 10:34:15 BST 2018 1030 339.40 CHIX 18268XJq5tl Tue 25 Sep 10:34:15 BST 2018 662 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq5th Tue 25 Sep 10:34:15 BST 2018 497 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq5ti Tue 25 Sep 10:34:15 BST 2018 1813 339.45 XLON 18268XJq5tg Tue 25 Sep 10:33:05 BST 2018 889 339.70 XLON 18268XJq5mh Tue 25 Sep 10:31:54 BST 2018 1201 340.00 XLON 18268XJq5fm Tue 25 Sep 10:31:48 BST 2018 742 340.05 XLON 18268XJq5f6 Tue 25 Sep 10:31:48 BST 2018 3294 340.00 XLON 18268XJq5f7 Tue 25 Sep 10:31:08 BST 2018 146 340.05 XLON 18268XJq5cy Tue 25 Sep 10:31:07 BST 2018 1891 340.05 XLON 18268XJq5cw Tue 25 Sep 10:30:02 BST 2018 2438 339.70 XLON 18268XJq57f Tue 25 Sep 10:27:18 BST 2018 1584 339.55 XLON 18268XJq4wn Tue 25 Sep 10:27:01 BST 2018 901 339.70 CHIX 18268XJq4w0 Tue 25 Sep 10:27:01 BST 2018 2472 339.70 XLON 18268XJq4vz Tue 25 Sep 10:24:45 BST 2018 1018 339.35 CHIX 18268XJq4kd Tue 25 Sep 10:24:45 BST 2018 2795 339.35 XLON 18268XJq4kc Tue 25 Sep 10:24:39 BST 2018 822 339.40 CHIX 18268XJq4jm Tue 25 Sep 10:24:39 BST 2018 2253 339.40 XLON 18268XJq4jl Tue 25 Sep 10:22:01 BST 2018 571 338.95 CHIX 18268XJq465 Tue 25 Sep 10:22:01 BST 2018 1563 338.95 XLON 18268XJq464 Tue 25 Sep 10:20:29 BST 2018 462 339.05 CHIX 18268XJq3vu Tue 25 Sep 10:20:29 BST 2018 807 339.05 XLON 18268XJq3vt Tue 25 Sep 10:18:57 BST 2018 161 339.50 XLON 18268XJq3kl Tue 25 Sep 10:18:57 BST 2018 105 339.50 XLON 18268XJq3kk Tue 25 Sep 10:18:57 BST 2018 300 339.50 XLON 18268XJq3kj Tue 25 Sep 10:18:57 BST 2018 495 339.50 XLON 18268XJq3ki Tue 25 Sep 10:18:57 BST 2018 1128 339.50 XLON 18268XJq3kf Tue 25 Sep 10:18:57 BST 2018 739 339.50 CHIX 18268XJq3kh Tue 25 Sep 10:18:57 BST 2018 522 339.50 CHIX 18268XJq3kg Tue 25 Sep 10:18:50 BST 2018 690 339.55 CHIX 18268XJq3kb Tue 25 Sep 10:18:50 BST 2018 461 339.60 CHIX 18268XJq3k9 Tue 25 Sep 10:18:50 BST 2018 206 339.60 CHIX 18268XJq3ka Tue 25 Sep 10:18:50 BST 2018 593 339.65 CHIX 18268XJq3k8 Tue 25 Sep 10:18:50 BST 2018 1623 339.65 XLON 18268XJq3k6 Tue 25 Sep 10:18:50 BST 2018 1041 339.60 XLON 18268XJq3k7 Tue 25 Sep 10:18:25 BST 2018 564 339.75 CHIX 18268XJq3jd Tue 25 Sep 10:18:25 BST 2018 1547 339.75 XLON 18268XJq3jc Tue 25 Sep 10:18:25 BST 2018 2382 339.75 XLON 18268XJq3ja Tue 25 Sep 10:18:25 BST 2018 5 339.75 XLON 18268XJq3jb Tue 25 Sep 10:18:25 BST 2018 868 339.75 CHIX 18268XJq3j9 Tue 25 Sep 10:18:05 BST 2018 56 339.70 XLON 18268XJq3h8 Tue 25 Sep 10:18:05 BST 2018 714 339.70 CHIX 18268XJq3h7 Tue 25 Sep 10:14:41 BST 2018 1332 339.30 XLON 18268XJq2v5 Tue 25 Sep 10:14:41 BST 2018 516 339.30 CHIX 18268XJq2v6 Tue 25 Sep 10:14:41 BST 2018 351 339.30 CHIX 18268XJq2v7 Tue 25 Sep 10:14:41 BST 2018 461 339.35 CHIX 18268XJq2v4 Tue 25 Sep 10:14:41 BST 2018 549 339.35 XLON 18268XJq2v3 Tue 25 Sep 10:14:38 BST 2018 541 339.40 CHIX 18268XJq2uw Tue 25 Sep 10:14:38 BST 2018 267 339.40 CHIX 18268XJq2ux Tue 25 Sep 10:14:38 BST 2018 310 339.40 CHIX 18268XJq2uy Tue 25 Sep 10:14:38 BST 2018 1482 339.40 XLON 18268XJq2uu Tue 25 Sep 10:14:38 BST 2018 10 339.40 XLON 18268XJq2uv Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 51 339.45 XLON 18268XJq2tj Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 27 339.45 XLON 18268XJq2tf Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 1373 339.45 XLON 18268XJq2th Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 300 339.45 XLON 18268XJq2td Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 900 339.45 XLON 18268XJq2tb Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 300 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq2tl Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 203 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq2tc Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 387 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq2tg Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 476 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq2te Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 20 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq2tk Tue 25 Sep 10:14:20 BST 2018 532 339.45 CHIX 18268XJq2ti Tue 25 Sep 10:14:09 BST 2018 1235 339.50 XLON 18268XJq2sj Tue 25 Sep 10:14:09 BST 2018 331 339.50 CHIX 18268XJq2si Tue 25 Sep 10:13:09 BST 2018 575 339.30 CHIX 18268XJq2oe Tue 25 Sep 10:13:09 BST 2018 674 339.30 XLON 18268XJq2oc Tue 25 Sep 10:13:09 BST 2018 92 339.30 XLON 18268XJq2od Tue 25 Sep 10:13:09 BST 2018 300 339.30 XLON 18268XJq2ob Tue 25 Sep 10:13:09 BST 2018 600 339.30 XLON 18268XJq2oa Tue 25 Sep 10:12:37 BST 2018 202 339.35 CHIX 18268XJq2l2 Tue 25 Sep 10:12:37 BST 2018 264 339.35 CHIX 18268XJq2l3 Tue 25 Sep 10:11:30 BST 2018 548 339.10 XLON 18268XJq2fr Tue 25 Sep 10:11:30 BST 2018 1250 339.10 XLON 18268XJq2fq Tue 25 Sep 10:11:30 BST 2018 655 339.10 CHIX 18268XJq2fp Tue 25 Sep 10:07:41 BST 2018 2012 338.50 XLON 18268XJq1xz Tue 25 Sep 10:07:41 BST 2018 733 338.50 CHIX 18268XJq1xy Tue 25 Sep 10:07:09 BST 2018 462 338.55 CHIX 18268XJq1vm Tue 25 Sep 10:07:09 BST 2018 462 338.55 CHIX 18268XJq1vl Tue 25 Sep 10:07:07 BST 2018 270 338.60 CHIX 18268XJq1vi Tue 25 Sep 10:07:07 BST 2018 201 338.60 CHIX 18268XJq1vh Tue 25 Sep 10:07:07 BST 2018 1217 338.60 XLON 18268XJq1ve Tue 25 Sep 10:07:07 BST 2018 643 338.55 XLON 18268XJq1vf Tue 25 Sep 10:07:07 BST 2018 667 338.55 XLON 18268XJq1vg Tue 25 Sep 10:05:52 BST 2018 985 338.65 CHIX 18268XJq1qe Tue 25 Sep 10:05:52 BST 2018 2703 338.65 XLON 18268XJq1qd Tue 25 Sep 10:02:54 BST 2018 394 338.00 XLON 18268XJq1dr Tue 25 Sep 10:02:54 BST 2018 463 338.00 CHIX 18268XJq1ds Tue 25 Sep 10:02:54 BST 2018 199 338.00 CHIX 18268XJq1dq Tue 25 Sep 10:02:54 BST 2018 255 338.05 CHIX 18268XJq1dp Tue 25 Sep 10:02:52 BST 2018 1516 338.10 XLON 18268XJq1dm Tue 25 Sep 10:00:12 BST 2018 397 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq140 Tue 25 Sep 10:00:12 BST 2018 463 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq142 Tue 25 Sep 10:00:12 BST 2018 639 338.35 XLON 18268XJq13z Tue 25 Sep 10:00:11 BST 2018 872 338.40 XLON 18268XJq13n Tue 25 Sep 10:00:11 BST 2018 802 338.40 XLON 18268XJq13o Tue 25 Sep 10:00:11 BST 2018 463 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq13j Tue 25 Sep 10:00:11 BST 2018 536 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq13k Tue 25 Sep 10:00:11 BST 2018 463 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq13l Tue 25 Sep 10:00:11 BST 2018 522 338.40 XLON 18268XJq13f Tue 25 Sep 10:00:11 BST 2018 510 338.40 XLON 18268XJq13h Tue 25 Sep 10:00:10 BST 2018 287 338.45 CHIX 18268XJq137 Tue 25 Sep 10:00:10 BST 2018 462 338.45 CHIX 18268XJq135 Tue 25 Sep 10:00:10 BST 2018 238 338.45 CHIX 18268XJq139 Tue 25 Sep 10:00:10 BST 2018 768 338.45 XLON 18268XJq131 Tue 25 Sep 10:00:10 BST 2018 829 338.50 CHIX 18268XJq12y Tue 25 Sep 10:00:10 BST 2018 2273 338.50 XLON 18268XJq12v Tue 25 Sep 09:59:55 BST 2018 514 338.55 CHIX 18268XJq12i Tue 25 Sep 09:59:55 BST 2018 103 338.55 XLON 18268XJq12f Tue 25 Sep 09:59:55 BST 2018 13 338.55 XLON 18268XJq12g Tue 25 Sep 09:59:55 BST 2018 5 338.55 XLON 18268XJq12h Tue 25 Sep 09:59:55 BST 2018 505 338.55 CHIX 18268XJq12c Tue 25 Sep 09:59:55 BST 2018 300 338.55 XLON 18268XJq12e Tue 25 Sep 09:59:55 BST 2018 900 338.55 XLON 18268XJq12d Tue 25 Sep 09:58:57 BST 2018 953 338.55 XLON 18268XJq109 Tue 25 Sep 09:58:57 BST 2018 411 338.55 XLON 18268XJq107 Tue 25 Sep 09:58:57 BST 2018 59 338.55 XLON 18268XJq108 Tue 25 Sep 09:58:57 BST 2018 462 338.55 CHIX 18268XJq105 Tue 25 Sep 09:58:57 BST 2018 462 338.55 CHIX 18268XJq106 Tue 25 Sep 09:58:05 BST 2018 385 338.45 CHIX 18268XJq0yo Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 431 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq0xl Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 196 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq0xm Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 715 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq0xk Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 224 338.35 CHIX 18268XJq0xn Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 1330 338.35 XLON 18268XJq0xj Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 631 338.35 XLON 18268XJq0xh Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 144 338.40 XLON 18268XJq0xe Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 128 338.40 XLON 18268XJq0xf Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 354 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq0xd Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 339 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq0xc Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 600 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq0xi Tue 25 Sep 09:57:41 BST 2018 378 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq0xg Tue 25 Sep 09:56:21 BST 2018 342 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq0tc Tue 25 Sep 09:54:18 BST 2018 1259 338.25 XLON 18268XJq0jp Tue 25 Sep 09:54:18 BST 2018 346 338.25 CHIX 18268XJq0jr Tue 25 Sep 09:54:18 BST 2018 488 338.25 CHIX 18268XJq0jq Tue 25 Sep 09:52:54 BST 2018 463 338.20 CHIX 18268XJq0fc Tue 25 Sep 09:52:44 BST 2018 804 338.20 XLON 18268XJq0e8 Tue 25 Sep 09:51:53 BST 2018 338 338.25 CHIX 18268XJq096 Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 344 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq07l Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 668 338.40 CHIX 18268XJq07m Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 23 338.35 XLON 18268XJq07j Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 628 338.45 CHIX 18268XJq07g Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 879 338.50 CHIX 18268XJq07f Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 2412 338.50 XLON 18268XJq07c Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 1721 338.45 XLON 18268XJq07d Tue 25 Sep 09:51:32 BST 2018 167 338.40 XLON 18268XJq07e Tue 25 Sep 09:51:31 BST 2018 728 338.55 XLON 18268XJq07b Tue 25 Sep 09:51:31 BST 2018 71 338.55 XLON 18268XJq079 Tue 25 Sep 09:51:31 BST 2018 462 338.55 CHIX 18268XJq07a Tue 25 Sep 09:50:24 BST 2018 306 338.30 CHIX 18268XJq02m Tue 25 Sep 09:50:22 BST 2018 1661 338.30 XLON 18268XJq02j Tue 25 Sep 09:49:30 BST 2018 337 338.15 CHIX 18268XJpzxz Tue 25 Sep 09:49:30 BST 2018 454 338.15 CHIX 18268XJpzxy Tue 25 Sep 09:49:16 BST 2018 265 338.25 CHIX 18268XJpzx2 Tue 25 Sep 09:46:39 BST 2018 434 338.30 CHIX 18268XJpzop Tue 25 Sep 09:46:39 BST 2018 232 338.30 CHIX 18268XJpzoo Tue 25 Sep 09:46:32 BST 2018 4864 338.40 XLON 18268XJpzo8 Tue 25 Sep 09:44:49 BST 2018 1114 338.35 CHIX 18268XJpzk8 Tue 25 Sep 09:44:49 BST 2018 3057 338.35 XLON 18268XJpzk7 Tue 25 Sep 09:44:13 BST 2018 489 338.35 CHIX 18268XJpziy Tue 25 Sep 09:44:13 BST 2018 187 338.35 XLON 18268XJpzix Tue 25 Sep 09:44:12 BST 2018 826 338.35 XLON 18268XJpziu Tue 25 Sep 09:44:11 BST 2018 250 338.35 XLON 18268XJpzin Tue 25 Sep 09:43:26 BST 2018 740 338.20 CHIX 18268XJpzgf Tue 25 Sep 09:43:26 BST 2018 829 338.20 XLON 18268XJpzge Tue 25 Sep 09:43:26 BST 2018 1200 338.20 XLON 18268XJpzgd Tue 25 Sep 09:41:34 BST 2018 1951 338.15 XLON 18268XJpz9y Tue 25 Sep 09:41:34 BST 2018 712 338.15 CHIX 18268XJpz9z Tue 25 Sep 09:39:29 BST 2018 2394 338.25 XLON 18268XJpz58 Tue 25 Sep 09:39:06 BST 2018 1055 338.30 XLON 18268XJpz42 Tue 25 Sep 09:39:06 BST 2018 567 338.30 CHIX 18268XJpz43 Tue 25 Sep 09:39:01 BST 2018 500 338.30 XLON 18268XJpz3s Tue 25 Sep 09:38:59 BST 2018 1327 338.35 XLON 18268XJpz3o Tue 25 Sep 09:38:44 BST 2018 2055 338.35 XLON 18268XJpz2g Tue 25 Sep 09:38:44 BST 2018 827 338.35 CHIX 18268XJpz2f Tue 25 Sep 09:38:44 BST 2018 214 338.35 XLON 18268XJpz2e Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 52 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyxj Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 274 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyxi Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 300 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyxh Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 72 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyxg Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 447 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyxe Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 1119 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyxc Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 81 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyxa Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 463 337.90 CHIX 18268XJpyxf Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 594 337.90 CHIX 18268XJpyx9 Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 627 337.90 CHIX 18268XJpyxb Tue 25 Sep 09:37:03 BST 2018 572 337.90 CHIX 18268XJpyxd Tue 25 Sep 09:36:13 BST 2018 1097 337.90 XLON 18268XJpyto Tue 25 Sep 09:36:09 BST 2018 540 337.90 XLON 18268XJpytf Tue 25 Sep 09:36:05 BST 2018 561 337.95 CHIX 18268XJpyt4 Tue 25 Sep 09:34:25 BST 2018 381 338.00 CHIX 18268XJpyje Tue 25 Sep 09:34:25 BST 2018 179 338.00 CHIX 18268XJpyjd Tue 25 Sep 09:32:23 BST 2018 1718 338.00 XLON 18268XJpybx Tue 25 Sep 09:32:10 BST 2018 463 338.05 CHIX 18268XJpyad Tue 25 Sep 09:32:10 BST 2018 484 338.05 XLON 18268XJpyac Tue 25 Sep 09:32:09 BST 2018 1980 338.10 XLON 18268XJpya9 Tue 25 Sep 09:32:09 BST 2018 36 338.10 CHIX 18268XJpyab Tue 25 Sep 09:32:09 BST 2018 686 338.10 CHIX 18268XJpyaa Tue 25 Sep 09:30:10 BST 2018 977 338.35 XLON 18268XJpy03 Tue 25 Sep 09:29:44 BST 2018 1118 338.65 CHIX 18268XJpxw0 Tue 25 Sep 09:29:44 BST 2018 3069 338.65 XLON 18268XJpxvz Tue 25 Sep 09:29:44 BST 2018 3512 338.70 XLON 18268XJpxvy Tue 25 Sep 09:29:44 BST 2018 1100 338.75 XLON 18268XJpxvx Tue 25 Sep 09:29:44 BST 2018 462 338.75 CHIX 18268XJpxvw Tue 25 Sep 09:28:18 BST 2018 527 338.50 CHIX 18268XJpxqh Tue 25 Sep 09:27:59 BST 2018 120 338.50 CHIX 18268XJpxpu Tue 25 Sep 09:27:32 BST 2018 1386 338.65 XLON 18268XJpxpc Tue 25 Sep 09:27:26 BST 2018 497 338.85 CHIX 18268XJpxp2 Tue 25 Sep 09:27:26 BST 2018 246 338.85 XLON 18268XJpxp1 Tue 25 Sep 09:27:26 BST 2018 1037 338.85 XLON 18268XJpxp0 Tue 25 Sep 09:26:02 BST 2018 504 339.20 CHIX 18268XJpxkd Tue 25 Sep 09:26:02 BST 2018 1302 339.20 XLON 18268XJpxkc Tue 25 Sep 09:26:01 BST 2018 404 339.25 XLON 18268XJpxk8 Tue 25 Sep 09:26:01 BST 2018 491 339.25 CHIX 18268XJpxk9 Tue 25 Sep 09:26:01 BST 2018 865 339.25 XLON 18268XJpxk7 Tue 25 Sep 09:25:21 BST 2018 485 339.30 CHIX 18268XJpxig Tue 25 Sep 09:25:21 BST 2018 1252 339.30 XLON 18268XJpxif Tue 25 Sep 09:25:20 BST 2018 269 339.40 CHIX 18268XJpxie Tue 25 Sep 09:24:48 BST 2018 536 339.40 CHIX 18268XJpxgc Tue 25 Sep 09:24:48 BST 2018 1452 339.40 XLON 18268XJpxgb Tue 25 Sep 09:24:48 BST 2018 569 339.50 CHIX 18268XJpxga Tue 25 Sep 09:24:48 BST 2018 1562 339.50 XLON 18268XJpxg9 Tue 25 Sep 09:23:14 BST 2018 787 339.10 XLON 18268XJpxav Tue 25 Sep 09:23:14 BST 2018 462 339.10 CHIX 18268XJpxax Tue 25 Sep 09:23:14 BST 2018 310 339.10 CHIX 18268XJpxaz Tue 25 Sep 09:23:00 BST 2018 945 339.20 XLON 18268XJpx9r Tue 25 Sep 09:23:00 BST 2018 461 339.20 CHIX 18268XJpx9s Tue 25 Sep 09:22:10 BST 2018 173 339.10 CHIX 18268XJpx3u Tue 25 Sep 09:19:38 BST 2018 2245 339.10 XLON 18268XJpwui Tue 25 Sep 09:19:38 BST 2018 819 339.10 CHIX 18268XJpwuk Tue 25 Sep 09:19:32 BST 2018 3236 339.35 XLON 18268XJpwtw Tue 25 Sep 09:19:23 BST 2018 571 339.40 CHIX 18268XJpwtd Tue 25 Sep 09:19:23 BST 2018 2233 339.40 XLON 18268XJpwta Tue 25 Sep 09:19:23 BST 2018 200 339.35 XLON 18268XJpwtc Tue 25 Sep 09:19:23 BST 2018 82 339.40 XLON 18268XJpwtb Tue 25 Sep 09:17:20 BST 2018 1617 339.45 XLON 18268XJpwiv Tue 25 Sep 09:17:20 BST 2018 589 339.45 CHIX 18268XJpwiw Tue 25 Sep 09:16:36 BST 2018 1324 339.45 CHIX 18268XJpwe7 Tue 25 Sep 09:16:36 BST 2018 3635 339.45 XLON 18268XJpwe4 Tue 25 Sep 09:15:02 BST 2018 1631 338.85 XLON 18268XJpw83 Tue 25 Sep 09:12:21 BST 2018 463 338.25 CHIX 18268XJpvyt Tue 25 Sep 09:12:21 BST 2018 603 338.25 XLON 18268XJpvys Tue 25 Sep 09:12:17 BST 2018 686 338.35 CHIX 18268XJpvy5 Tue 25 Sep 09:12:17 BST 2018 1271 338.35 XLON 18268XJpvy4 Tue 25 Sep 09:12:17 BST 2018 611 338.35 XLON 18268XJpvy3 Tue 25 Sep 09:12:07 BST 2018 935 338.70 CHIX 18268XJpvxg Tue 25 Sep 09:12:07 BST 2018 1053 338.70 XLON 18268XJpvxf Tue 25 Sep 09:12:07 BST 2018 1511 338.70 XLON 18268XJpvxe Tue 25 Sep 09:11:43 BST 2018 1831 338.50 XLON 18268XJpvw9 Tue 25 Sep 09:11:43 BST 2018 668 338.50 CHIX 18268XJpvw8 Tue 25 Sep 09:10:06 BST 2018 503 338.05 CHIX 18268XJpvqe Tue 25 Sep 09:10:06 BST 2018 1300 338.05 XLON 18268XJpvqd Tue 25 Sep 09:10:03 BST 2018 692 338.15 CHIX 18268XJpvph Tue 25 Sep 09:09:53 BST 2018 658 338.20 CHIX 18268XJpvpa Tue 25 Sep 09:09:53 BST 2018 1801 338.20 XLON 18268XJpvp9 Tue 25 Sep 09:09:46 BST 2018 377 338.25 XLON 18268XJpvox Tue 25 Sep 09:09:46 BST 2018 48 338.25 XLON 18268XJpvow Tue 25 Sep 09:09:46 BST 2018 33 338.25 XLON 18268XJpvov Tue 25 Sep 09:09:46 BST 2018 1097 338.25 XLON 18268XJpvou Tue 25 Sep 09:09:45 BST 2018 497 338.30 CHIX 18268XJpvol Tue 25 Sep 09:09:45 BST 2018 248 338.30 XLON 18268XJpvoj Tue 25 Sep 09:09:45 BST 2018 463 338.25 CHIX 18268XJpvoi Tue 25 Sep 09:09:45 BST 2018 588 338.25 CHIX 18268XJpvoh Tue 25 Sep 09:09:45 BST 2018 467 338.25 CHIX 18268XJpvog Tue 25 Sep 09:09:30 BST 2018 109 338.25 XLON 18268XJpvn1 Tue 25 Sep 09:09:28 BST 2018 569 338.30 CHIX 18268XJpvmn Tue 25 Sep 09:09:28 BST 2018 463 338.30 CHIX 18268XJpvmm Tue 25 Sep 09:09:28 BST 2018 488 338.30 XLON 18268XJpvml Tue 25 Sep 09:09:27 BST 2018 75 338.35 XLON 18268XJpvm7 Tue 25 Sep 09:09:27 BST 2018 434 338.35 XLON 18268XJpvm5 Tue 25 Sep 09:09:27 BST 2018 463 338.35 CHIX 18268XJpvm6 Tue 25 Sep 09:07:39 BST 2018 998 337.75 XLON 18268XJpvax Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 1531 336.70 CHIX 18268XJpupc Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 2768 336.70 XLON 18268XJpupb Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 187 336.75 CHIX 18268XJpup9 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 531 336.75 CHIX 18268XJpupa Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 500 336.75 CHIX 18268XJpup8 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 1115 336.85 XLON 18268XJpup3 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 506 336.80 CHIX 18268XJpup2 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 1437 336.70 XLON 18268XJpup7 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 1886 336.75 XLON 18268XJpup6 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 1306 336.80 XLON 18268XJpup5 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 687 336.80 CHIX 18268XJpup4 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 465 336.85 CHIX 18268XJpup1 Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 424 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpuoz Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 465 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpuoy Tue 25 Sep 09:03:24 BST 2018 343 336.90 XLON 18268XJpuox Tue 25 Sep 09:03:16 BST 2018 497 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpuol Tue 25 Sep 09:03:16 BST 2018 84 336.90 XLON 18268XJpuoj Tue 25 Sep 09:03:16 BST 2018 1284 336.90 XLON 18268XJpuok Tue 25 Sep 09:03:15 BST 2018 343 336.95 CHIX 18268XJpuoi Tue 25 Sep 09:02:01 BST 2018 465 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpukn Tue 25 Sep 09:02:01 BST 2018 1040 336.90 XLON 18268XJpukm Tue 25 Sep 09:00:47 BST 2018 717 336.50 XLON 18268XJpuh4 Tue 25 Sep 09:00:47 BST 2018 465 336.50 CHIX 18268XJpuh3 Tue 25 Sep 08:58:21 BST 2018 341 336.00 CHIX 18268XJpu35 Tue 25 Sep 08:57:58 BST 2018 1509 336.35 XLON 18268XJpu1c Tue 25 Sep 08:57:58 BST 2018 551 336.35 CHIX 18268XJpu1b Tue 25 Sep 08:57:53 BST 2018 1159 336.50 XLON 18268XJpu0l Tue 25 Sep 08:57:53 BST 2018 465 336.50 CHIX 18268XJpu0j Tue 25 Sep 08:57:28 BST 2018 465 336.60 CHIX 18268XJptyl Tue 25 Sep 08:57:28 BST 2018 136 336.60 XLON 18268XJptyh Tue 25 Sep 08:57:28 BST 2018 765 336.60 XLON 18268XJptyj Tue 25 Sep 08:57:13 BST 2018 465 336.80 CHIX 18268XJptuz Tue 25 Sep 08:57:13 BST 2018 1075 336.80 XLON 18268XJptuu Tue 25 Sep 08:57:13 BST 2018 225 336.85 XLON 18268XJptut Tue 25 Sep 08:57:13 BST 2018 1625 336.85 XLON 18268XJptur Tue 25 Sep 08:57:13 BST 2018 674 336.85 CHIX 18268XJptus Tue 25 Sep 08:57:06 BST 2018 465 336.90 CHIX 18268XJptu0 Tue 25 Sep 08:57:06 BST 2018 300 336.90 XLON 18268XJptty Tue 25 Sep 08:55:17 BST 2018 4002 336.75 XLON 18268XJpti5 Tue 25 Sep 08:55:17 BST 2018 1538 336.65 XLON 18268XJpti6 Tue 25 Sep 08:54:19 BST 2018 500 336.80 XLON 18268XJptez Tue 25 Sep 08:54:19 BST 2018 1752 336.85 XLON 18268XJptey Tue 25 Sep 08:54:19 BST 2018 639 336.85 CHIX 18268XJptex Tue 25 Sep 08:53:36 BST 2018 255 336.70 XLON 18268XJpta6 Tue 25 Sep 08:53:36 BST 2018 354 336.75 XLON 18268XJpta5 Tue 25 Sep 08:53:36 BST 2018 465 336.75 CHIX 18268XJpta4 Tue 25 Sep 08:53:23 BST 2018 2004 336.85 XLON 18268XJpt90 Tue 25 Sep 08:53:23 BST 2018 730 336.85 CHIX 18268XJpt91 Tue 25 Sep 08:51:14 BST 2018 597 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpsxw Tue 25 Sep 08:50:51 BST 2018 1233 337.05 XLON 18268XJpswt Tue 25 Sep 08:50:51 BST 2018 983 337.05 CHIX 18268XJpsws Tue 25 Sep 08:50:51 BST 2018 1465 337.05 XLON 18268XJpswr Tue 25 Sep 08:50:51 BST 2018 484 337.10 CHIX 18268XJpswq Tue 25 Sep 08:50:51 BST 2018 1249 337.10 XLON 18268XJpswp Tue 25 Sep 08:50:49 BST 2018 676 337.15 XLON 18268XJpswk Tue 25 Sep 08:50:49 BST 2018 1851 337.15 XLON 18268XJpswj Tue 25 Sep 08:49:40 BST 2018 464 337.15 CHIX 18268XJpsrm Tue 25 Sep 08:49:40 BST 2018 519 337.15 XLON 18268XJpsrl Tue 25 Sep 08:49:36 BST 2018 80 337.30 CHIX 18268XJpsqp Tue 25 Sep 08:49:36 BST 2018 556 337.30 CHIX 18268XJpsqo Tue 25 Sep 08:49:36 BST 2018 1743 337.30 XLON 18268XJpsqn Tue 25 Sep 08:49:25 BST 2018 365 337.40 XLON 18268XJpspg Tue 25 Sep 08:49:25 BST 2018 608 337.40 XLON 18268XJpspf Tue 25 Sep 08:49:25 BST 2018 464 337.40 CHIX 18268XJpsph Tue 25 Sep 08:49:25 BST 2018 261 337.40 CHIX 18268XJpspi Tue 25 Sep 08:48:49 BST 2018 302 337.25 CHIX 18268XJpsmt Tue 25 Sep 08:48:49 BST 2018 600 337.35 CHIX 18268XJpsms Tue 25 Sep 08:47:45 BST 2018 162 337.20 XLON 18268XJpsjn Tue 25 Sep 08:47:43 BST 2018 631 337.30 CHIX 18268XJpsj2 Tue 25 Sep 08:46:00 BST 2018 656 337.10 CHIX 18268XJps6w Tue 25 Sep 08:46:00 BST 2018 844 337.10 XLON 18268XJps6v Tue 25 Sep 08:46:00 BST 2018 956 337.10 XLON 18268XJps6u Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 642 337.60 CHIX 18268XJps3q Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 703 337.60 CHIX 18268XJps3r Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 480 337.60 CHIX 18268XJps3p Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 418 337.65 CHIX 18268XJps3o Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 745 337.65 CHIX 18268XJps3m Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 721 337.65 CHIX 18268XJps3n Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 822 337.70 CHIX 18268XJps3l Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 1930 337.60 XLON 18268XJps3k Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 2254 337.70 XLON 18268XJps3i Tue 25 Sep 08:44:55 BST 2018 2044 337.65 XLON 18268XJps3j Tue 25 Sep 08:40:50 BST 2018 602 337.35 XLON 18268XJprlu Tue 25 Sep 08:40:50 BST 2018 464 337.35 CHIX 18268XJprlv Tue 25 Sep 08:40:50 BST 2018 222 337.35 CHIX 18268XJprlw Tue 25 Sep 08:40:50 BST 2018 2021 337.40 XLON 18268XJprls Tue 25 Sep 08:40:50 BST 2018 738 337.40 CHIX 18268XJprlt Tue 25 Sep 08:40:44 BST 2018 314 337.50 CHIX 18268XJprlk Tue 25 Sep 08:40:44 BST 2018 570 337.50 CHIX 18268XJprlj Tue 25 Sep 08:40:44 BST 2018 2425 337.50 XLON 18268XJprli Tue 25 Sep 08:40:30 BST 2018 715 337.70 CHIX 18268XJprkj Tue 25 Sep 08:40:30 BST 2018 1763 337.70 XLON 18268XJprki Tue 25 Sep 08:40:30 BST 2018 200 337.70 XLON 18268XJprkh Tue 25 Sep 08:39:49 BST 2018 1871 338.05 XLON 18268XJprfl Tue 25 Sep 08:39:49 BST 2018 789 338.05 XLON 18268XJprfm Tue 25 Sep 08:39:49 BST 2018 463 338.05 CHIX 18268XJprfk Tue 25 Sep 08:39:49 BST 2018 424 338.05 CHIX 18268XJprfj Tue 25 Sep 08:39:35 BST 2018 567 338.05 CHIX 18268XJprdt Tue 25 Sep 08:39:34 BST 2018 290 338.05 CHIX 18268XJprds Tue 25 Sep 08:39:34 BST 2018 477 338.05 XLON 18268XJprdr Tue 25 Sep 08:38:37 BST 2018 432 337.85 CHIX 18268XJpr6e Tue 25 Sep 08:38:29 BST 2018 677 337.95 CHIX 18268XJpr65 Tue 25 Sep 08:38:29 BST 2018 1759 337.95 XLON 18268XJpr64 Tue 25 Sep 08:38:13 BST 2018 110 337.95 XLON 18268XJpr4n Tue 25 Sep 08:38:13 BST 2018 2256 337.95 XLON 18268XJpr4l Tue 25 Sep 08:38:13 BST 2018 405 337.95 CHIX 18268XJpr4m Tue 25 Sep 08:38:13 BST 2018 472 337.95 CHIX 18268XJpr4o Tue 25 Sep 08:38:13 BST 2018 417 337.95 CHIX 18268XJpr4k Tue 25 Sep 08:38:13 BST 2018 337 338.00 XLON 18268XJpr4b Tue 25 Sep 08:38:13 BST 2018 463 338.00 CHIX 18268XJpr4c Tue 25 Sep 08:38:10 BST 2018 317 338.05 CHIX 18268XJpr3x Tue 25 Sep 08:38:10 BST 2018 1 338.05 CHIX 18268XJpr3v Tue 25 Sep 08:38:10 BST 2018 721 338.05 CHIX 18268XJpr3w Tue 25 Sep 08:37:58 BST 2018 462 338.05 CHIX 18268XJpr36 Tue 25 Sep 08:37:58 BST 2018 467 338.05 XLON 18268XJpr35 Tue 25 Sep 08:37:52 BST 2018 220 338.00 XLON 18268XJpr2t Tue 25 Sep 08:37:52 BST 2018 679 338.00 XLON 18268XJpr2r Tue 25 Sep 08:37:50 BST 2018 18 338.05 XLON 18268XJpr2g Tue 25 Sep 08:37:50 BST 2018 656 338.05 CHIX 18268XJpr2f Tue 25 Sep 08:37:48 BST 2018 214 338.05 XLON 18268XJpr28 Tue 25 Sep 08:37:47 BST 2018 1585 338.05 XLON 18268XJpr27 Tue 25 Sep 08:37:21 BST 2018 527 337.80 CHIX 18268XJpqyi Tue 25 Sep 08:36:40 BST 2018 265 337.10 CHIX 18268XJpqv3 Tue 25 Sep 08:36:38 BST 2018 625 337.15 CHIX 18268XJpqv1 Tue 25 Sep 08:36:38 BST 2018 317 337.15 CHIX 18268XJpqv2 Tue 25 Sep 08:36:19 BST 2018 17 337.10 XLON 18268XJpqrm Tue 25 Sep 08:36:19 BST 2018 1585 337.10 XLON 18268XJpqrn Tue 25 Sep 08:35:49 BST 2018 321 336.95 CHIX 18268XJpqo7 Tue 25 Sep 08:35:22 BST 2018 229 336.80 CHIX 18268XJpql4 Tue 25 Sep 08:35:18 BST 2018 319 336.80 XLON 18268XJpqkk Tue 25 Sep 08:35:18 BST 2018 465 336.80 CHIX 18268XJpqki Tue 25 Sep 08:35:18 BST 2018 423 336.80 CHIX 18268XJpqkg Tue 25 Sep 08:35:18 BST 2018 729 336.80 XLON 18268XJpqkd Tue 25 Sep 08:35:08 BST 2018 333 336.75 CHIX 18268XJpqiu Tue 25 Sep 08:31:20 BST 2018 2542 336.40 XLON 18268XJppum Tue 25 Sep 08:31:16 BST 2018 541 336.50 CHIX 18268XJppuj Tue 25 Sep 08:31:13 BST 2018 477 336.65 CHIX 18268XJppuh Tue 25 Sep 08:31:13 BST 2018 1231 336.65 XLON 18268XJppud Tue 25 Sep 08:31:13 BST 2018 620 336.55 XLON 18268XJppue Tue 25 Sep 08:31:13 BST 2018 1533 336.55 XLON 18268XJppuf Tue 25 Sep 08:31:13 BST 2018 1451 336.50 XLON 18268XJppug Tue 25 Sep 08:31:13 BST 2018 827 336.70 CHIX 18268XJppuc Tue 25 Sep 08:31:13 BST 2018 2269 336.70 XLON 18268XJppub Tue 25 Sep 08:30:57 BST 2018 203 336.55 CHIX 18268XJppt0 Tue 25 Sep 08:30:06 BST 2018 465 336.70 CHIX 18268XJppl2 Tue 25 Sep 08:30:06 BST 2018 872 336.70 XLON 18268XJppl1 Tue 25 Sep 08:29:59 BST 2018 652 336.85 CHIX 18268XJppk2 Tue 25 Sep 08:29:17 BST 2018 587 336.85 XLON 18268XJppig Tue 25 Sep 08:29:04 BST 2018 1200 336.85 XLON 18268XJpphn Tue 25 Sep 08:29:04 BST 2018 1333 336.90 XLON 18268XJpphk Tue 25 Sep 08:29:04 BST 2018 1342 336.90 XLON 18268XJpphi Tue 25 Sep 08:29:04 BST 2018 517 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpphl Tue 25 Sep 08:29:04 BST 2018 520 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpphj Tue 25 Sep 08:29:04 BST 2018 181 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpphm Tue 25 Sep 08:28:49 BST 2018 615 336.95 XLON 18268XJppg8 Tue 25 Sep 08:28:49 BST 2018 465 336.95 CHIX 18268XJppg9 Tue 25 Sep 08:28:33 BST 2018 336 336.95 XLON 18268XJppfc Tue 25 Sep 08:28:33 BST 2018 465 336.95 CHIX 18268XJppfd Tue 25 Sep 08:28:18 BST 2018 70 336.80 CHIX 18268XJppea Tue 25 Sep 08:28:18 BST 2018 502 336.80 CHIX 18268XJppeb Tue 25 Sep 08:28:18 BST 2018 437 336.80 CHIX 18268XJppe9 Tue 25 Sep 08:27:12 BST 2018 184 336.40 XLON 18268XJpp6n Tue 25 Sep 08:27:10 BST 2018 114 336.40 XLON 18268XJpp5w Tue 25 Sep 08:27:10 BST 2018 297 336.40 XLON 18268XJpp5v Tue 25 Sep 08:26:32 BST 2018 466 336.15 CHIX 18268XJpp3f Tue 25 Sep 08:26:32 BST 2018 920 336.15 XLON 18268XJpp3e Tue 25 Sep 08:26:20 BST 2018 445 336.25 XLON 18268XJpp2o Tue 25 Sep 08:26:20 BST 2018 466 336.25 CHIX 18268XJpp2n Tue 25 Sep 08:26:12 BST 2018 363 336.40 CHIX 18268XJpp1x Tue 25 Sep 08:24:48 BST 2018 285 336.35 CHIX 18268XJpoxp Tue 25 Sep 08:24:48 BST 2018 1300 336.35 CHIX 18268XJpoxo Tue 25 Sep 08:24:47 BST 2018 4352 336.35 XLON 18268XJpoxl Tue 25 Sep 08:24:43 BST 2018 599 336.40 CHIX 18268XJpowl Tue 25 Sep 08:24:43 BST 2018 1481 336.40 XLON 18268XJpowk Tue 25 Sep 08:24:40 BST 2018 160 336.40 XLON 18268XJpowc Tue 25 Sep 08:24:20 BST 2018 605 336.50 CHIX 18268XJpov1 Tue 25 Sep 08:24:20 BST 2018 23 336.50 XLON 18268XJpov0 Tue 25 Sep 08:24:20 BST 2018 591 336.50 XLON 18268XJpouz Tue 25 Sep 08:24:20 BST 2018 1068 336.50 XLON 18268XJpouy Tue 25 Sep 08:21:54 BST 2018 552 336.00 XLON 18268XJpomv Tue 25 Sep 08:21:54 BST 2018 590 336.00 XLON 18268XJpomt Tue 25 Sep 08:21:54 BST 2018 466 336.00 CHIX 18268XJpomr Tue 25 Sep 08:21:54 BST 2018 541 336.05 CHIX 18268XJpomp Tue 25 Sep 08:21:54 BST 2018 1428 336.05 XLON 18268XJpomn Tue 25 Sep 08:21:19 BST 2018 1252 336.10 XLON 18268XJpol7 Tue 25 Sep 08:20:20 BST 2018 10 336.00 XLON 18268XJpohg Tue 25 Sep 08:20:06 BST 2018 192 336.10 XLON 18268XJpog2 Tue 25 Sep 08:20:06 BST 2018 815 336.10 XLON 18268XJpog0 Tue 25 Sep 08:20:06 BST 2018 466 336.10 CHIX 18268XJpog1 Tue 25 Sep 08:19:29 BST 2018 91 336.00 CHIX 18268XJpoes Tue 25 Sep 08:19:29 BST 2018 477 336.00 XLON 18268XJpoen Tue 25 Sep 08:19:29 BST 2018 263 336.00 XLON 18268XJpoem Tue 25 Sep 08:19:29 BST 2018 91 336.05 CHIX 18268XJpoek Tue 25 Sep 08:19:29 BST 2018 375 336.00 CHIX 18268XJpoel Tue 25 Sep 08:19:29 BST 2018 448 336.05 CHIX 18268XJpoei Tue 25 Sep 08:19:29 BST 2018 1392 336.05 XLON 18268XJpoeg Tue 25 Sep 08:19:05 BST 2018 1345 336.20 XLON 18268XJpodd Tue 25 Sep 08:19:05 BST 2018 521 336.20 CHIX 18268XJpode Tue 25 Sep 08:19:03 BST 2018 1362 336.30 XLON 18268XJpod7 Tue 25 Sep 08:19:03 BST 2018 528 336.30 CHIX 18268XJpod8 Tue 25 Sep 08:19:02 BST 2018 673 336.50 XLON 18268XJpod6 Tue 25 Sep 08:19:02 BST 2018 465 336.50 CHIX 18268XJpod4 Tue 25 Sep 08:19:02 BST 2018 523 336.40 CHIX 18268XJpod5 Tue 25 Sep 08:17:06 BST 2018 857 335.95 CHIX 18268XJpo7i Tue 25 Sep 08:17:06 BST 2018 969 335.90 CHIX 18268XJpo7j Tue 25 Sep 08:17:06 BST 2018 2350 335.95 XLON 18268XJpo7g Tue 25 Sep 08:17:06 BST 2018 1636 335.90 XLON 18268XJpo7h Tue 25 Sep 08:17:03 BST 2018 533 336.05 CHIX 18268XJpo74 Tue 25 Sep 08:16:55 BST 2018 375 336.05 CHIX 18268XJpo5y Tue 25 Sep 08:16:55 BST 2018 135 336.15 XLON 18268XJpo5z Tue 25 Sep 08:15:32 BST 2018 60 336.40 XLON 18268XJpo1z Tue 25 Sep 08:15:32 BST 2018 618 336.40 CHIX 18268XJpo1w Tue 25 Sep 08:15:28 BST 2018 234 336.50 CHIX 18268XJpo0d Tue 25 Sep 08:15:26 BST 2018 386 336.60 XLON 18268XJpnz8 Tue 25 Sep 08:15:26 BST 2018 465 336.60 CHIX 18268XJpnz9 Tue 25 Sep 08:15:22 BST 2018 465 336.70 CHIX 18268XJpny7 Tue 25 Sep 08:15:22 BST 2018 940 336.70 XLON 18268XJpny6 Tue 25 Sep 08:15:12 BST 2018 465 336.55 CHIX 18268XJpnvp Tue 25 Sep 08:15:12 BST 2018 599 336.55 XLON 18268XJpnvo Tue 25 Sep 08:14:53 BST 2018 73 336.90 XLON 18268XJpntm Tue 25 Sep 08:14:53 BST 2018 943 336.90 XLON 18268XJpntn Tue 25 Sep 08:14:53 BST 2018 465 336.90 CHIX 18268XJpntl Tue 25 Sep 08:14:52 BST 2018 465 336.95 CHIX 18268XJpnti Tue 25 Sep 08:14:52 BST 2018 492 336.95 XLON 18268XJpnth Tue 25 Sep 08:14:46 BST 2018 132 337.00 XLON 18268XJpnsu Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 215 337.00 CHIX 18268XJpnqf Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 622 337.00 CHIX 18268XJpnqg Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 248 337.00 CHIX 18268XJpnqh Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 102 337.15 CHIX 18268XJpnqe Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 464 337.20 CHIX 18268XJpnqc Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 362 337.15 CHIX 18268XJpnqd Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 941 337.15 XLON 18268XJpnqb Tue 25 Sep 08:14:22 BST 2018 498 337.20 XLON 18268XJpnqa Tue 25 Sep 08:14:08 BST 2018 425 337.30 XLON 18268XJpnpj Tue 25 Sep 08:13:47 BST 2018 616 337.70 CHIX 18268XJpnnt Tue 25 Sep 08:13:45 BST 2018 155 337.70 XLON 18268XJpnnp Tue 25 Sep 08:13:45 BST 2018 1531 337.70 XLON 18268XJpnno Tue 25 Sep 08:13:45 BST 2018 779 337.60 CHIX 18268XJpnmw Tue 25 Sep 08:13:45 BST 2018 2137 337.60 XLON 18268XJpnmv Tue 25 Sep 08:13:02 BST 2018 2625 337.55 XLON 18268XJpni2 Tue 25 Sep 08:13:02 BST 2018 957 337.55 CHIX 18268XJpni3 Tue 25 Sep 08:12:49 BST 2018 1250 337.75 CHIX 18268XJpnfw Tue 25 Sep 08:12:49 BST 2018 1592 337.75 CHIX 18268XJpnfx Tue 25 Sep 08:12:49 BST 2018 608 337.75 XLON 18268XJpnfv Tue 25 Sep 08:12:49 BST 2018 277 337.75 CHIX 18268XJpnfu Tue 25 Sep 08:12:49 BST 2018 2481 337.75 XLON 18268XJpnft Tue 25 Sep 08:12:49 BST 2018 231 337.75 CHIX 18268XJpnfs Tue 25 Sep 08:11:41 BST 2018 2078 338.00 XLON 18268XJpn4p Tue 25 Sep 08:11:41 BST 2018 758 338.00 CHIX 18268XJpn4m Tue 25 Sep 08:11:33 BST 2018 396 337.75 CHIX 18268XJpn3u Tue 25 Sep 08:11:33 BST 2018 36 338.00 XLON 18268XJpn3t Tue 25 Sep 08:10:44 BST 2018 1291 337.70 XLON 18268XJpmvy Tue 25 Sep 08:10:44 BST 2018 500 337.70 CHIX 18268XJpmvv Tue 25 Sep 08:10:37 BST 2018 810 337.95 CHIX 18268XJpmtv Tue 25 Sep 08:10:37 BST 2018 2221 337.95 XLON 18268XJpmtt Tue 25 Sep 08:09:12 BST 2018 751 337.55 CHIX 18268XJpmi6 Tue 25 Sep 08:09:12 BST 2018 2060 337.55 XLON 18268XJpmi4 Tue 25 Sep 08:09:03 BST 2018 1066 337.60 CHIX 18268XJpmh7 Tue 25 Sep 08:09:03 BST 2018 2925 337.60 XLON 18268XJpmh6 Tue 25 Sep 08:09:01 BST 2018 541 337.80 CHIX 18268XJpmgs Tue 25 Sep 08:09:01 BST 2018 189 337.80 XLON 18268XJpmgr Tue 25 Sep 08:08:52 BST 2018 1079 337.40 XLON 18268XJpme2 Tue 25 Sep 08:08:52 BST 2018 464 337.40 CHIX 18268XJpme3 Tue 25 Sep 08:08:44 BST 2018 464 337.50 CHIX 18268XJpmd4 Tue 25 Sep 08:08:44 BST 2018 770 337.50 XLON 18268XJpmd3 Tue 25 Sep 08:08:44 BST 2018 490 337.55 CHIX 18268XJpmcz Tue 25 Sep 08:08:44 BST 2018 367 337.55 XLON 18268XJpmd1 Tue 25 Sep 08:08:44 BST 2018 1263 337.55 XLON 18268XJpmcv Tue 25 Sep 08:08:44 BST 2018 751 337.55 XLON 18268XJpmcw Tue 25 Sep 08:08:35 BST 2018 2059 337.55 XLON 18268XJpmc9 Tue 25 Sep 08:08:35 BST 2018 103 337.55 XLON 18268XJpmcb Tue 25 Sep 08:08:16 BST 2018 712 337.30 CHIX 18268XJpmb0 Tue 25 Sep 08:08:16 BST 2018 1296 337.35 XLON 18268XJpmat Tue 25 Sep 08:08:16 BST 2018 241 337.35 CHIX 18268XJpmax Tue 25 Sep 08:08:16 BST 2018 44 337.35 CHIX 18268XJpmav Tue 25 Sep 08:08:16 BST 2018 519 337.35 CHIX 18268XJpmau Tue 25 Sep 08:08:14 BST 2018 18 337.40 XLON 18268XJpm9q Tue 25 Sep 08:08:07 BST 2018 525 337.40 CHIX 18268XJpm8v Tue 25 Sep 08:08:02 BST 2018 1 337.40 XLON 18268XJpm8d Tue 25 Sep 08:08:02 BST 2018 244 337.35 XLON 18268XJpm8e Tue 25 Sep 08:07:57 BST 2018 477 337.45 CHIX 18268XJpm7k Tue 25 Sep 08:07:55 BST 2018 216 337.65 CHIX 18268XJpm7e Tue 25 Sep 08:07:55 BST 2018 666 337.60 XLON 18268XJpm7d Tue 25 Sep 08:07:54 BST 2018 946 337.60 XLON 18268XJpm7c Tue 25 Sep 08:07:53 BST 2018 29 337.65 XLON 18268XJpm7a Tue 25 Sep 08:07:51 BST 2018 149 337.70 XLON 18268XJpm79 Tue 25 Sep 08:07:51 BST 2018 153 337.70 XLON 18268XJpm78 Tue 25 Sep 08:07:50 BST 2018 436 337.75 CHIX 18268XJpm75 Tue 25 Sep 08:07:46 BST 2018 77 337.75 XLON 18268XJpm6z Tue 25 Sep 08:07:14 BST 2018 474 337.30 CHIX 18268XJpm2t Tue 25 Sep 08:07:09 BST 2018 324 337.25 CHIX 18268XJpm1r Tue 25 Sep 08:07:05 BST 2018 278 337.25 CHIX 18268XJpm1j Tue 25 Sep 08:07:05 BST 2018 118 337.25 XLON 18268XJpm1i Tue 25 Sep 08:06:46 BST 2018 13 337.00 XLON 18268XJpm03 Tue 25 Sep 08:06:46 BST 2018 517 337.00 CHIX 18268XJpm04 Tue 25 Sep 08:06:46 BST 2018 236 337.00 CHIX 18268XJpm05 Tue 25 Sep 08:06:38 BST 2018 365 337.10 CHIX 18268XJplzb Tue 25 Sep 08:06:38 BST 2018 699 337.10 CHIX 18268XJplzc Tue 25 Sep 08:06:23 BST 2018 250 337.15 CHIX 18268XJplyd Tue 25 Sep 08:06:23 BST 2018 658 337.15 CHIX 18268XJplye Tue 25 Sep 08:06:23 BST 2018 1 337.15 XLON 18268XJplyc Tue 25 Sep 08:06:19 BST 2018 639 337.20 CHIX 18268XJplxy Tue 25 Sep 08:05:54 BST 2018 6 336.85 CHIX 18268XJpluu Tue 25 Sep 08:05:54 BST 2018 330 336.85 CHIX 18268XJplur Tue 25 Sep 08:05:53 BST 2018 791 336.85 XLON 18268XJplub Tue 25 Sep 08:05:53 BST 2018 465 336.85 CHIX 18268XJplu9 Tue 25 Sep 08:05:51 BST 2018 465 336.80 CHIX 18268XJpltq Tue 25 Sep 08:05:08 BST 2018 397 336.55 CHIX 18268XJplo3 Tue 25 Sep 08:04:47 BST 2018 141 336.35 XLON 18268XJpllr Tue 25 Sep 08:04:43 BST 2018 466 336.25 CHIX 18268XJpllj Tue 25 Sep 08:04:43 BST 2018 465 336.35 CHIX 18268XJplli Tue 25 Sep 08:04:43 BST 2018 79 336.35 XLON 18268XJpllg Tue 25 Sep 08:04:43 BST 2018 359 336.35 XLON 18268XJpllh Tue 25 Sep 08:04:43 BST 2018 77 336.35 XLON 18268XJpllf Tue 25 Sep 08:04:36 BST 2018 684 336.35 CHIX 18268XJpll3 Tue 25 Sep 08:04:32 BST 2018 459 336.40 CHIX 18268XJplkw Tue 25 Sep 08:04:22 BST 2018 63 336.20 CHIX 18268XJplkm Tue 25 Sep 08:04:22 BST 2018 37 336.20 XLON 18268XJplkl Tue 25 Sep 08:04:22 BST 2018 359 336.20 XLON 18268XJplkk Tue 25 Sep 08:03:50 BST 2018 466 336.20 CHIX 18268XJplit Tue 25 Sep 08:03:50 BST 2018 670 336.20 XLON 18268XJplir Tue 25 Sep 08:03:50 BST 2018 58 336.20 XLON 18268XJplis Tue 25 Sep 08:03:50 BST 2018 135 336.25 CHIX 18268XJplip Tue 25 Sep 08:03:50 BST 2018 466 336.25 CHIX 18268XJpliq Tue 25 Sep 08:03:50 BST 2018 231 336.25 CHIX 18268XJplio Tue 25 Sep 08:03:50 BST 2018 337 336.25 XLON 18268XJplin Tue 25 Sep 08:03:43 BST 2018 284 336.30 CHIX 18268XJplif Tue 25 Sep 08:03:43 BST 2018 181 336.30 CHIX 18268XJplie Tue 25 Sep 08:03:43 BST 2018 118 336.30 XLON 18268XJplid Tue 25 Sep 08:03:43 BST 2018 471 336.30 XLON 18268XJplib Tue 25 Sep 08:03:43 BST 2018 7 336.30 XLON 18268XJplic Tue 25 Sep 08:03:18 BST 2018 219 335.95 CHIX 18268XJplga Tue 25 Sep 08:00:28 BST 2018 775 334.30 CHIX 18268XJpl69 Sponsor Absa Bank Limited (acting through its Corporate and Investment Banking Division) Date: 26/09/2018 09:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. 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Request for voluntary suspension Tawana Resources NL (Incorporated in Australia) (Registration number ACN 085 166 721) Share code on the JSE Limited: TAW JSE ISIN: AU0000TAWDA9 Share code on the Australian Securities Exchange Limited: TAW ASX ISIN: AU000000TAW7 ("the Company" or "Tawana") Request for Voluntary Suspension Tawana Resources NL (Company) refers to the Company's voluntary suspension on 24 September 2018 and in accordance with Listing Rule 17.2, requests that the securities of the Company remain suspended from trading pending the release of an announcement by the Company in relation to the finalisation of the Company's proposed debt funding package. The Company requests that the voluntary suspension remain in place until the Company makes an announcement to the market, which it expects to make no later than Thursday, 27 September 2018. The Company is not aware of any reason why the voluntary suspension should not be granted, nor is it aware of any other information necessary to inform the market about the voluntary suspension. Alexei Fedotov Company Secretary +61 8 9489 2600 26 September 2018 Sponsor PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Finance (Pty) Ltd Date: 26/09/2018 08:59:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Daily Share Buy-Back Notice South32 Limited (Incorporated in Australia under the Corporations Act 2001) (ACN 093 732 597) ASX / LSE / JSE Share Code: S32 ISIN: AU000000S320 south32.net South32 Limited Daily Share Buy-Back Notice The Daily share buy-back notice (Appendix 3E) lodged on the Australian Securities Exchange and voluntarily disclosed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and London Stock Exchange has today been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/nsm: • South32 Limited - Daily share buy-back notice - Appendix 3E Further information on South32 can be found at: www.south32.net. INVESTOR RELATIONS Alex Volante Tom Gallop T +61 8 9324 9029 T +61 8 9324 9030 M +61 403 328 408 M +61 439 353 948 E Alex.Volante@south32.net E Tom.Gallop@south32.net MEDIA RELATIONS James Clothier Jenny White T +61 8 9324 9697 T +44 20 7798 1773 M +61 413 391 031 M +44 7900 046 758 E James.Clothier@south32.net E Jenny.White@south32.net JSE Sponsor: UBS South Africa (Pty) Ltd 26 September 2018 Date: 26/09/2018 08:30:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Index Rebalance Announcement The Sygnia Itrix Collective Investment Scheme Sygnia Itrix Top 40 ETF JSE code: SYGT40 ISIN: ZAE0002251351 ("SYGT40") A portfolio in the Sygnia Itrix Collective Investment Scheme in Securities, registered as such in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002. INDEX REBALANCE ANNOUNCEMENT In terms of section 19.28 of the JSE Limited Listings Requirements, notice is hereby given to investors of the above ETF securities that the following changes in the constituents of the underlying index in the table below are effective from 25 September 2018 as a result of a periodic rebalancing of the FTSE/JSE Top 40 (J200). The following constituents have been added to SYGT40 ISIN Share Previous New Weight Weight LU0383812293 Reinet Investments 0.00% 0.64% The following constituents have been removed from SYGT40 ISIN Share Previous New Weight Weight ZAE000018123 Gold Fields 0.47% 0.00% The above gave affect to changes in the index constituent weights. The portfolio composition file can be viewed at www.sygnia.co.za/etfs/etf-and-etn-fund-range. 26 September 2018 Manager Sygnia Itrix (RF) Pty Limited Sponsor Vunani Corporate Finance Date: 26/09/2018 08:25:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Interest payment notification The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa (Registration number 1998/009584/30) Company code: BINRA Bond code: SZ25 ISIN: ZAG000020686 ("SANRAL") INTEREST PAYMENT NOTIFICATION Bondholders are advised of the following interest payment due 1 October 2018: Bond Code: SZ25 ISIN No: ZAG000020686 Coupon: 9.00% per annum Interest Period: 1 April 2018 to 30 September 2018 Interest Amount Due: R189 540 000.00 Payment Date: 1 October 2018 Date Convention: Following Business Day 26 September 2018 Debt Sponsor One Capital Date: 26/09/2018 08:15:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Listing of Additional Securities-STXWDM SATRIX COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEME Satrix MSCI World Feeder Portfolio JSE code: STXWDM ISIN code: ZAE000246104 ("SATRIXWDM" or "STXWDM") A portfolio in the Satrix Collective Investment Scheme, registered as such in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002 LISTING OF ADDITIONAL SATRIXWDM SECURITIES SATRIXWDM has issued and listed an additional 100 000 securities with effect from the commencement of business today, at an issue price of approximately R 41.49 per security. Following the listing of the 100 000 securities, there will be 14 870 139 SATRIXWDM in issue. 26 September 2018 Sponsor Vunani Corporate Finance Date: 26/09/2018 08:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Listing of Additional Securities-STXQUA SATRIX COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEME SATRIX QUALITY SOUTH AFRICA PORTFOLIO JSE Code: STXQUA ISIN: ZAE000247987 ("SATRIXQUA" or "STXQUA") A portfolio in the Satrix Collective Investment Scheme, registered as such in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002 LISTING OF ADDITIONAL SATRIXQUA SECURITIES SATRIXQUA has issued and listed an additional 500 000 securities with effect from the commencement of business today, at an issue price of approximately R 8.32 per security. Following the listing of the 500 000 securities there will be 17 136 570 SATRIXQUA securities in issue. 26 September 2018 Sponsor Vunani Corporate Finance Date: 26/09/2018 08:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Update on MCPP in Tanzania Kibo Energy PLC (Incorporated in Ireland) (Registration Number: 451931) (External registration number: 2011/007371/10) Share code on the JSE Limited: KBO Share code on the AIM: KIBO ISIN: IE00B97C0C31 ("Kibo" or "the Company") Dated: 26 September 2018 Kibo Energy PLC (‘Kibo' or the ‘Company') Update on MCPP in Tanzania Kibo Energy PLC ("Kibo" or the "Company"), the multi-asset, Africa focused, energy company, is pleased to announce that, further to the announcement dated 16 August 2018, the Company has noted that the Mbeya Coal Mine, which comprises the mining component of the Mbeya coal to Power Project ("MCPP"), has been recommended for grant of a Special Mining Licence from the Mining Commission of Tanzania (see also Tanzanian Ministry of Minerals announcement at: http://tumemadini.go.tz/download/orodha-ya-special- mining-licence/) Additionally, further to the announcement dated 18 September 2018, Kibo has now also submitted the request to the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company ("TANESCO") asking for further clarification on the impact / affect the tender process for coal power projects may or may not have on its ongoing Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") negotiations with TANESCO in respect of the Company's MCPP in the Songwe district in South Western Tanzania. In the meantime, the Company has engaged in the tender process and has already obtained the relevant documentation for submission of the tender qualification as stipulated in the Invitation for Qualification ("IFQ"). The Company's current understanding of the broad technical criteria outlined in the tender documentation, shows that Kibo qualifies on each of these aspects and is at a significantly more advanced development stage with regard to most of the minimum requirements contained therein. Louis Coetzee, CEO of Kibo, said, "Receipt of the Special Mining Licence will be a further box ticked in the MCPP's development plan. Whilst timelines could be affected by TANESCO's recent initiation of a tender process, the strong fundamentals of the project remain unaffected: the MCPP is a key energy project positioned to help alleviate Tanzania's acute power deficit. With local, governmental and international support, we remain focused and confident on advancing the project through the very last steps of the planning and development phase to first power production. We believe we remain firmly on course to deliver the MCPP and our two other utility scale projects in Botswana and Mozambique respectively." **ENDS** This announcement contains inside information as stipulated under the Market Abuse Regulations (EU) no. 596/2014 ("MAR"). For further information please visit www.kibo.energy or contact: Louis Coetzee info@kibo.energy Kibo Energy PLC Chief Executive Officer Andreas Lianos +27 (0) 83 4408365 River Group Corporate and Designated Adviser on JSE Ben Tadd / +44 (0) 20 3700 0093 SVS Securities Limited Joint Broker Tom Curran Jon Belliss +44 (0) 20 7399 9400 Novum Securities Ltd Joint Broker Andrew Thomson +61 8 9480 2500 RFC Ambrian Limited NOMAD on AIM Isabel de Salis / +44 (0) 20 7236 1177 St Brides Partners Ltd Investor and Media Gaby Jenner Relations Adviser Notes to editors Kibo Energy PLC is a multi-asset, Africa focussed, energy company positioned to address the acute power deficit, which is one of the primary impediments to economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa. To this end, it is the Company's objective to become a leading independent power producer in the region. Kibo is simultaneously developing three similar coal-fuelled power projects: the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (‘MCPP') in Tanzania; the Mabesekwa Coal Independent Power Project (‘MCIPP') in Botswana; and the Benga Independent Power Project (‘BIPP') in Mozambique. By developing these projects in parallel, the Company intends to leverage considerable economies of scale and timing in respect of strategic partnerships, procurement, equipment, human capital, execution capability / capacity and project finance. Additionally, the Company will benefit from its robust and experienced international blue-chip partnership network across its project portfolio, which includes: SEPCO III (China), General Electric (USA); Tractebel Engineering (Belgium); Minxcon Consulting (South Africa); ABSA / Barclays Africa; and Hogan Lovells International LLP. Johannesburg 26 September 2018 Corporate and Designated Adviser River Group Date: 26/09/2018 08:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. 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Transaction in Own Shares Hammerson plc (Incorporated in England and Wales) (Company number 360632) LSE share code: HMSO JSE share code: HMN ISIN: GB0004065016 ("Hammerson" or "the Company") Transaction in Own Shares 26 September 2018 The Company announces that on 25 September 2018, in accordance with the authority given to the Company by its shareholders and pursuant to a share repurchase programme, it purchased for cancellation from Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch the following ordinary shares: Highest Lowest VWAP No. of shares Venue price paid price paid paid per share (p) (p) (p) 214,000 London Stock Exchange 468.1000 460.8000 464.0988 Total: 464.0988 214,000 These share purchases form part of the Company's share buyback programme (the "Programme"), which is expected to be completed over the period from 24 July 2018 to 19 July 2019, details of which were announced on 24 July 2018. Following cancellation of the above shares repurchased, the Company will have 781,496,567 ordinary shares in issue. In accordance with the Market Abuse Regulation 596/2014/EU, the schedule below contains detailed information about the purchases made as part of the Programme. Verity Pickard Assistant Company Secretary +44 (0) 20 7887 1000 Hammerson has its primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and a secondary inward listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Joint Sponsors: Deutsche Securities (SA) Proprietary Limited Java Capital Transaction details - ordinary shares of 25 pence each: Issuer name: Hammerson plc Classification: 2.4. 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Results For Year Ended 30 June 2018 GRIT REAL ESTATE INCOME GROUP LIMITED (Registered by continuation in the Republic of Mauritius) (Registration number: C128881 C1/GBL) SEM share code: DEL.N0000 JSE share code: GTR LSE share code: GR1T ISIN: MU0473N00036 ("Grit" or the "Company" or the "Group") Results for year ended 30 June 2018 Grit Real Estate Income Group ("Grit"), a leading pan-African income real estate company, today announces its Results for the year ended 30 June 2018. Financial highlights - Full year dividend per share increased to US$12.19 cps (2017: US$12.07 cps) - European Public Real Estate Association ("EPRA")(1) net asset value ("NAV") per share up 6.0% to US$145.7cps (2017: US$137.4cps) - Strong growth in adjusted(2) EPRA earnings amounting to US$22.8 million up from US$5.6 million in 2017 - Adjusted EPRA earnings per share up 122.8% to US$11.32cps (2017: US$5.08 cps) - Loan-to-value ratio of 43% post year end and 51.4% as at 30 June (2017: 42.8%) - Net property income increased 52.4% year-on-year to US$25.7m (2017: US$16.8m) - Adjusted(3) administration cost to income producing asset value percentage equates to 1.3% (2017: 1.4%) - Successful admission to the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange on 31 July 2018, raising gross capital amounting to US$132.2 million Portfolio highlights - Property portfolio now comprises a total of 22 investments - Weighted Average Lease Expiry (WALE) increased 8.8% to 7.4 years (2017: 6.8 years) - Weighted Average Annual Rent Escalations at 3.1% (2017: 3.5%) - Weighted Average Net Rental per m² per month amounts to US$18.2 (2017: US$19.3) - Gross Lettable Area ("GLA") equates to 308 157m2 (2017: 142 899 m2) - EPRA Operating Cost to Income ratio (including associates) of 15.6% (2017: 27.5%) - EPRA Portfolio occupancy rate at 96.7% (2017: 96.9%) - Weighted Average Cost of Debt at 5.75% (2017: 5.78%) (1)Explanations of how EPRA figures are derived from IFRS are shown in note 17. (2)EPRA earnings adjusted for the impact of straight-line leasing and unrealised foreign exchange gains and losses, see note 17. (3)Ajusted administration costs to asset values are defined and calculated as administration costs less non-controlling administration costs, acquisition cost and initial setup costs. This is disclosed on note 18. By order of the Board 26 September 2018 For further information please contact: Financial Adviser JSE sponsor SEM authorised representative and sponsor FinCap PSG Capital Perigeum Capital Grit Real Estate Income Group Limited Bronwyn Corbett, Chief Executive Officer +230 269 7090 Leon van de Moortele, Chief Financial Officer +230 269 7090 finnCap Ltd - Financial Adviser William Marle / Scott Mathieson / Matthew Radley (Corporate Finance) +44 20 7220 5000 Mark Whitfeld (Sales) +44 20 3772 4697 Monica Tepes (Research) +44 20 3772 4698 Citigate Dewe Rogerson - Financial PR Jos Bieneman / David Westover / Ellen Wilton +44 20 7638 9571 Perigeum Capital Ltd - SEM authorised representative and sponsor Shamin A. Sookia +230 402 0894 Kesaven Moothoosamy +230 402 0898 PSG Capital - JSE Sponsor David Tosi +27 21 887 9602 Directors: Peter Todd(+) (Chairman), Bronwyn Corbett (Chief Executive Officer)*, Leon van de Moortele (Chief Financial Officer)*, Ian Macleod(+), Paul Huberman(+) , Faith Matshepo More, Nomzamo Radebe and Catherine McIlraith(+) (* executive director) ((+) independent non-executive director) Company secretary: Intercontinental Fund Services Limited Registered address: Level 5, Alexander House, 35 Cybercity, Ebène, 72201, Mauritius Transfer secretary (South Africa): Computershare Investor Services Proprietary Limited Registrar and transfer agent (Mauritius): Intercontinental Secretarial Services Limited Corporate advisor and JSE sponsor: PSG Capital Proprietary Limited Sponsoring Broker: Axys Stockbroking Ltd SEM authorised representative and sponsor: Perigeum Capital Ltd This notice is issued pursuant to the LSE Listing Rules, the JSE Listings Requirements, SEM Listing Rule 11.3 and Rule 5(1) of the Securities (Disclosure Obligations of Reporting Issuers) Rules 2007. The Board of Directors of the Company accepts full responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this communiqué. Chairman's statement Introduction Grit continued to deliver against its stated growth objectives of creating a diversified property portfolio of hard currency based assets across carefully selected African countries. A month after the close of the June financial year-end, Grit distinguished itself as the first Mauritian-listed company to list on the main market of the London Stock Exchange ("LSE"), thus providing access to additional capital to fund the group's growth aspirations. The Company now holds primary listings on both the LSE and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange ("JSE"), with a secondary listing on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius ("SEM"). LSE Listing and US$132.2 million Capital Raise The Board initiated a process more than a year ago to identify an optimal platform that would position Grit for its next growth phase. The objective was to diversify sources of equity funding and introduce new long-term shareholders to the Company. This strategy was successfully executed as our LSE-listing culminated with a gross equity raise of US$132.2 million, introducing fresh capital and strong support from a number of new international institutions. In preparation for the LSE admission, a number of adjustments to the historical financial information arose, mainly due to variations in the established practice of applying IFRS in different jurisdictions and aligning to international best practice (see note 15). In compliance with best practice, as defined by the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA), Grit will now be disclosing EPRA NAV, earnings and metrics (which include Company specific adjustments) in its financial results. The EPRA underlying principle is that NAV reported in the financial statements under IFRS does not provide stakeholders with the most relevant information on the fair value of the assets and liabilities, within an ongoing real estate investment company, with a long-term investment strategy. The objective of adjusted EPRA NAV is to therefore highlight the fair value of net assets held on an ongoing and long- term basis. Financial Performance The Group continued to perform in line with market guidance, delivered a dividends return on the last issue price of US$1.43 of 8.5% (annualised) and a EPRA NAV growth of 6%. The LSE listing and successful capital raise will positively impact on the gearing with an expected reduction in loan to value ("LTV") ratio from 51.4% to approximately 40% by June 2019. It should be pointed out that although Grit distributes income similar to a Real Estate Investment Trust ("REIT") it does not have REIT status and is therefore taxed in each jurisdiction. Therefore, the use of gearing in certain jurisdictions is of paramount importance to provide appropriate tax shielding. The overall portfolio remains well-tenanted at a 96.7% occupancy rate, with Anfa Place Shopping Centre (Anfa) in Morocco, the Company's largest asset by value, providing significant upside potential following the completion of its refurbishment and tenant optimisation initiatives. Expansion and Diversification The Group continued making accretive acquisitions, further diversifying its asset base and regional exposure. During the period, Grit successfully expanded its portfolio into Ghana, the Company's first expansion into West Africa when it acquired interests in Capital Place Building and secured the acquisitions of the 5th Avenue and CADS II building in the capital city, Accra. These acquisitions will complete in the 2019 year. These commercial office buildings are held under long-term leases with multi-national companies and, in line with Grit's strategy of forming strategic partnerships, Grit's interest has been part financed through the issue of equity at net asset value. On completion, the Ghana portfolio will account for 16% of the enlarged portfolio. The Company also expanded its portfolio in Mozambique, further diversifying its asset base with the acquisition of an interest in an A-grade corporate residential estate. Acacia Estate, with state-of-the-art security features, leased to an international embassy and international oil company. The asset is located in Costa do Sol, Maputo and has been completed following financial year end. Governance and Board Although I have been the lead independent director of Grit since its inception, this is my first report as chairman following the resignation of Mr Sandile Nomvete as a result of his responsibilities and position held as an executive director of Delta Property Fund Limited, a company listed on the JSE. On behalf of the board, management and all staffs, we wish to thank Sandile Nomvete for his steadfast support and guidance as founding chairman over the past five years. A number of additional board changes took place during the last financial year: - Ms Jackie van Niekerk did not stand for re-election as non-executive director as she took up an executive role in a South African REIT - Mr Gujadhur retired as independent non-executive director, with the subsequent resignation of Mr Doorgakant as an alternative to Mr Gujadhur. On behalf of the board, I thank Chandra, Maheshwar and Jackie for their contributions and support during their tenures. In the lead-up to our LSE listing, a number of new appointments were made, and I wish to welcome these new directors to the board: - Mr Paul Huberman was appointed as independent non-executive director and chairman of the audit committee; and - Ms Nomzamo Radebe was appointed as non-executive director; and - Ms Catherine McIlraith joined the board as independent non-executive director. Subsequent to Grit's listing on the LSE, the Company now holds primary listings in London and Johannesburg and a secondary listing on the SEM(1). The Mauritian Securities Act 2005 and the SEM have granted a waiver to the Company from the requirements to file and publish quarterly financial reports following the LSE listing. Grit will therefore be filing and publishing half-yearly reports within the reporting deadlines provided under the Mauritian Securities Act 2005 and the SEM Listing Rules, which also comply with JSE Listing Requirements and the LSE Listing Rules. (1) The listing on the SEM is termed a 'secondary listing'. However, all SEM Listing Rules apply to the Company, except the requirements to publish quarterly financial reports. Words of Appreciation Grit has a strategically placed property portfolio, diversified and strong tenants and significant headroom for growth. These fundamentals are leveraged through the skills of our people and their relationships with investors, banks, tenants, regulators and other stakeholders in the communities where we operate. I would like to thank my fellow board members, the Grit team, our investors and stakeholders for their continued support during a watershed year of seizing opportunities to create sustainable above average returns for our investors. Peter Todd Chairman CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S STATEMENT Introduction The focussed strategy of the company to become the real estate partner of choice to blue chip tenants has resulted in a quality portfolio, which has created a platform to deliver on shareholder returns. Grit has created a solid foundation to enhance shareholder value and grow a unique investment offering to the international investor market. The multi geographic investment strategy, securing hard currency rentals (mitigating local currency exposure), blue chip tenants and a quality portfolio has mitigated many perceived Africa risks. LSE main market listing and US$132.2 million capital raise On 31 July 2018 Grit successfully listed on the main market of the LSE, raising US$132.2 million in fresh equity (before costs) and introducing UK-based and international institutional investors to the Group. The proceeds of this raise place Grit on a new growth trajectory, allowing it to achieve scalability, reduce debt and strategically diversify the portfolio through the acquisition of additional yield enhancing assets. Notwithstanding strong anchor shareholder support, the board realised that in order for the Company to optimally fulfil its mandate of unlocking value for shareholders, diversification of its funding sources was required. Following extensive research of potential platforms across the globe, the Board recommended a listing on the main market of the LSE to shareholders, based on market depth, the number of emerging and frontier market institutional investors, alignment with the JSE and European corporate governance and financial reporting standards. The capital raise associated with the LSE listing was aimed at: - Broadening and diversifying our shareholder base with established and international investors; - Supporting Grit's growth aspirations to acquire its yield enhancing current and future pipeline; - Improving underlying liquidity and tradability of the shares and access into a number of major indices; - Enhancing Grit's position as the leading international platform for investing into Africa real estate; and - Accessing new strategic partnerships. The successful LSE listing and capital raise allowed Grit to conclude on a number of pipeline transactions and reduce debt, in line with the targeted loan to value of 40% by June 2019. The increased market capitalisation and share price rerating subsequent to the listing, positions Grit well for inclusion in a number of frontier and emerging market indices with future inclusion in the FTSE Frontier, MSCI Frontier, SAPY and all-share indices, based on a continued improvement in liquidity. Corporate activity The financial results for the year ended 30 June 2018 reflects deployment of the gross proceeds of the US$121 million raised through the rights offer concluded in the prior financial year. This includes a positive financial impact from the remaining assets completed, together with the consistent performance from the current property portfolio during the year. Total income producing assets have increased from US$488.5m in June 2017 to US$642.3m as at 30 June 2018 as set out in the table in Financial Review. Details of the assets acquired during this period are as follows: - On 18 August 2017, the Company acquired a minority stake in Letlole La Rona Limited, which is listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange. The investment provides an initial entry into the Botswana market (an investment grade country) and a base for developing the necessary expertise to expand investments into the country. The value of the investment is US$3.1m; - Imperial Health Sciences Logistics Warehouse located in Nairobi, Kenya and underwritten by the parent listed company in South Africa, completed on 16 August 2017 (total asset value of US$21.0m, including the adjacent vacant land). The adjacent land is ear-marked for redevelopment and potential NAV growth. - On 11 August 2017, following receipt of the required regulatory approvals, the Company exercised its convertible loan and was issued 44.428% of the share capital of Beachcomber Hospitality Investments Limited for a net purchase price of US$57.1m. - On 14 April 2018, Grit announced the acquisition of a 47.5% interest in the company that owns an office complex known as Capital Place, a three-building complex located on a 1.88 acre parcel of land in the Airport Residential Area of Accra, Ghana anchored by blue chip tenants. The seller is a privately held Ghanaian property investment, development and management company, focusing on commercial and residential property development. This acquisition further increased Grit's portfolio in Ghana and allows for a strategic partnership with Sir Samuel Jonah's company, Mobus Properties (Ghana) Limited, which will work jointly with Grit West Africa, the asset management arm of Grit in Ghana, on future real estate opportunities and the seller's property developments. The acquisition was financed through the issue of new Grit shares, amounting to US$8.5m, issued at a price of US$1.5267 per share, net of dividends on 11 May 2018. A US$5.0m fully refundable deposit has been paid for the acquisition of the remaining 52.5% interest in Capital Place. The following assets have / will be acquired post the year end: - On 13 April 2018 the Company announced that it signed an agreement to acquire an 80.1% interest in Acacia Estate located in Costa do Sol, Maputo Mozambique. The residential complex is tenanted by an International Embassy and International oil company under long term leases. The aggregate purchase consideration is US$23.5m and will be partly settled in cash and partly through an equity issue. Suspensive conditions associated with the sale of the asset were fulfilled on 27 August 2018. - On 26 March 2018, Grit announced that it had paid a fully refundable deposit of US$2m for the acquisition of the CADS II building situated in Accra. The total consideration for a 50% stake in this asset is US$10.7m and the effective date of this transaction is 15 August 2018. Post year end an additional payment of US$ 8.5m was made and the property is currently under transfer. - On 15 March 2018, Grit signed an agreement to acquire the 5th Avenue Corporate Offices complex in West Cantonments, Accra. The building is tenanted by a blue chip anchor tenant occupying 53% of the gross lettable area and contributing 58% of the rental stream. The parent company of the second biggest tenant, occupying 34% of the gross leasable area and contributing 30% of the rental income, is a leading owner, operator and developer of wireless and broadcast communication towers and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The aggregate purchase consideration is US$20.5m, the effective date of this transaction is expected in October 2018. Valuations All properties across the portfolio were independently externally valued as at 31 January 2018 for the LSE Listing in July 2018. Valuers were subsequently requested to update their January 2018 valuations for year-end financial reporting purposes as at 30 June 2018. The majority of properties retained and held their value with marginal increases in value derived from respective annual lease escalations. The Beachcomber Hospitality assets, in Mauritius, increased in value in Euro terms; however due to the Euro weakening against the US Dollar; these assets currently reflect a decrease in US Dollar value. A marginal decrease in US Dollar value for Barclays House was as a result of a similar forex impact with the value having actually increased in Mauritian Rupees; however, the Mauritian Rupee strengthened against the US Dollar. Anfa Shopping Centre, in Morocco, experienced a slight valuation uptick due to the positive progression of the refurbishment project. Upon completion of the development project in 2019, we anticipate a further valuation upside with the current devaluation being directly related to the refurbishment of a trading centre. The Vodacom building, in Mozambique, shows a minor value reduction since the January valuation due to the lease renewal post December 2020 not having been finalised. We continue to experience challenging retail trading conditions in Kenya and Mozambique; however as at 30 June 2018, our retail assets - being community convenience and essential shopping centres - held their value due to the positive valuations of the Zambia retail assets. Changes in debt facilities Material changes to the debt facilities were as follows: - Bank of China advanced long-term debt of US$37.9m for a period of five years for the acquisition of Cosmopolitan Mall in Lusaka, Zambia. The proceeds of the loan were utilised to settle the existing debt held by the vendor with Standard Bank. The loan was priced at six months Libor + 4.0%, which had a favourable impact on the cost of funding; - Bank of China advanced a loan of US$8.6m to acquire the Imperial Health Sciences Logistics Warehouse in Nairobi, Kenya. The loan was priced at six months Libor + 4.0%; - As part of Grit's hedging strategy to convert the revolving credit facility from US$ to EUR, the Company secured a dual-currency facility from Barclays Bank Mauritius amounting to US$20.0 million (equivalent to EUR17.1 million). These loans attract interest at Libor + 3.5% and Euribor + 3.8% respectively; and - In March 2018, a short-term revolving line of US$20.0m was advanced from SBM Bank (Mauritius) Ltd, priced at three months Libor + 3.5%. - In June 2018 the company refinanced the loan in relation to the Barclays House asset. The loan was converted to a Euro facility and the underlying Mauritian Rupee lease stream was hedged via a forward sales agreement that converts the Rupees lease stream to Euros for a period of three years. The Company continued with its multibank strategy which has had a positive impact on the weighted average cost of debt as well as mitigating potential financing risk. The result of the above transactions was a reduction in the weighted average cost of debt from 5.78% at 30 June 2017 to 5.75% at 30 June 2018. The LTV at 30 June 2018 was 51.4% after it normalised at 42.8% post 30 June 2017 when cash held from the capital raise was effectively deployed. The increase is attributable to further drawdowns made to finance acquisitions. Proceeds from the recent capital raise and LSE listing will be used to settle revolver debt facilities which is expected to result in the LTV to normalise at approximately 40% by June 2019. Following the LSE listing and as part of its debt diversification strategy, the Company is currently exploring a debt rating by an international ratings agency with the view of entering the debt market with a note programme. Shareholders will be kept informed of progress in this regard. Risk management Grit continues to strictly enforce a number of investment hurdles (margins of safety) that any investment consideration has to adhere to, before being recommended to the investment committee and ultimately to the board. Although some of these self-imposed safeguards may protract the negotiation and transfer process, their effectiveness is underscored by the portfolio's stable performance even throughout the Mozambican economic difficulties over the past two years. Some of these margins of safety include: - US dollar or Euro-denominated income streams: 93% of portfolio rental income is in hard currency or pegged to the US$/Eur (Morocco); - Political risk insurance across the portfolio, which includes the repatriation of funds; - Investment in politically and economically stable countries - 45% of the portfolio is located in investment grade countries; - Land tenure is ensured through comprehensive due diligence processes in partnership with expert in-country legal counsel. Nine of Grit's assets are freehold; - Debt diversification - Grit employs a multi-bank strategy and currently engages with eight banks on the continent; - Counter party strength - 68.8% of Grit's tenants are in Forbes 2000 or "Other Global" list. The Group has a weighted lease expiry rate of 7.4 years and a 96.7% occupancy rate (incl. structural vacancies at Anfa); and - Self-imposed soft portfolio exposure limitations of 25% per asset class and per country. Increasing skills and capacity The LSE listing process rigorously interrogated the quality and depth of our internal processes, procedures and capacity. This has resulted in a bulking up of senior positions with additional skills set and knowledge base. This includes the establishment of a highly skilled compliance function and team. Complementary skills and experience are also being added across various functions of the company where needs were identified. Africa is inherently complex from an operational perspective and a skilled and experienced management team is paramount to a sustainable performance. Outlook Grit has positioned itself with a unique and enviable platform to capitalise on the significant opportunities and growth on the African continent. Given the strength of the Company's existing portfolio coupled with the opportunities presented by the Company's recent LSE listing, we continue to look to the future with confidence. Our focus will be on total return including growing the dividend and net asset value growth of the portfolio. The platform established across the African continent is substantial and will be leveraged further to grow the portfolio and reduce the overall cost base of the Company. Thanks I wish to thank our founding chairman, Mr Sandile Nomvete for his support, advice and friendship over the years and wish him well in his future endeavours. In addition, I want to thank the board for their ongoing guidance, through a period of tremendous growth and also the vigorous process of listing on the LSE. On behalf of Grit I welcome our new shareholders to the Company and wish to thank all shareholders for their encouragement and support in what was a watershed year for the Company. Lastly, a sincere thanks to Team Grit and your families for making this organisation truly great. You are the embodiment of our ethos: Grit is passion and perseverance, for long-term sustainability and goals. It's the day in, day out. Bronwyn Corbett Chief Executive Officer FINANCE REVIEW Financial overview Our financial results for the year ended 30 June 2018 have shown a solid return with the resilient property portfolio delivering a year-on-year increase of 1% in total distribution per share of US$12.19cps. The growth in the dividend was impacted by non-recurring expenses relating to the LSE listing, additional resources employed within the Company, the depreciation of the Euro against the US Dollar in the latter part of 2018 negatively impacting the Euro revenue stream, as well as the targeted pipeline assets only being transferred after year end. Due to the Anfa Place redevelopment, the centre carried certain vacancies which should be occupied upon completion creating the potential for further uplift in NAV and dividend growth. The successful rights issue in 2017 enabled Grit to further diversify its portfolio of assets across a number of jurisdictions and asset classes, with significant expansion into corporate accommodation and hospitality sectors. The expansion of the Euro based Mauritian hospitality assets and the continued ability to provide hard currency based income streams have further de-risked the portfolio. Combined WALE has increased from 6.8 years to 7.4 years at the reporting date. The annual increase has been predominantly driven by new acquisitions during the year, including the Imperial Warehouse and Beachcomber acquisitions which include long-term rental agreements. The WALE for new acquisitions stood at a healthy 10.8 years at the reporting date. The existing property WALE of 5.0 years is being managed through the active management of the portfolio and key lease extensions signed in the period. Presentation of financial results The financial statements have been prepared in accordance with IFRS. In accordance with best practice in the sector, alternative performance measures have also been provided to supplement IFRS based on the recommendations of EPRA. EPRA Best Practice Recommendations ("BPR") have been adopted widely throughout this report and are used within the business when considering our operational performance as well as matters such as dividend policy and elements of our Directors' remuneration. Full reconciliations between IFRS and EPRA figures are provided in note 17. Net asset value NAV per share increased by 5.2% year-on-year, or US$6.7cps, from US$128.9cps to US$135.6cps (both on a restated 2017 basis). EPRA NAV increased by 6.0% or US$8.3cps from US$137.4cps to US$145.7cps. This increase in NAV is attributable to strong portfolio growth, with gains from hospitality assets equating to US$7.5 million, in Anfa Place US$1.7 million and the Zambian retail centres amounting to US$6.6 million. While net operating income per building has increased in line with escalations, valuation increases on the existing portfolio are being hampered by the macroeconomic climate, particularly in Mozambique. The progress made on the ENI S.p.A's capital investment programme in the Rovuma Basin continues to be positive news for the Mozambique economy. Management believe that this will provide the long awaited impetus for sustainable economic growth in Mozambique with the Group well positioned to take advantage of this growth. Total investment in income generating assets has increased from US$488.5 million in 2017 to US$642.3 million in 2018. COMPOSITION OF INCOME PRODUCING ASSETS 2017 2018 US$'m US$'m Investment properties 307.8 383.1 Deposits paid on investment properties 24.4 11.1 Other investments - 4.2 Investments property included within 'Investment of associates' 89.0 201.3 Other loans receivable* 66.7 42.1 Intangible assets (right of use of land) 0.6 0.5 488.5 642.3 * This includes receivable balances from partners in Zambia relating to the loan from Bank of China of US$77m used to fund the acquisition. The material balance in 2017 relates to the shareholder loan included in the US$47m Beachcomber acquisition that has been converted into equity. See note 6 for the details of the other loans receivable and note 7 for borrowings. Income statement Gross rental income increased to US$32.1 million (2017: US$22.9 million), and net property income increased to US$25.7 million from US$16.8 million in the prior year. This is due to the additional rental income received from the full year income from Lux Tamassa Resort and Mall de Tete, as these were transferred in March 2017. These reflect annual increases of 40.1% and 53.0%, respectively. Despite vacancies across the portfolio remaining low, the strategic vacancies within Anfa Place Shopping Centre (in line with the upgrade to the centre) limited the increase in overall revenue. New acquisitions in the form of the Imperial Distribution Centre and the Vale Housing Compound were transferred, and contributed to the rental income increase, during 2018. Property operating costs increased by 5.8% (or US$0.4 million), with the full year inclusion of Mall de Tete. Provision for doubtful debts is related to the recoverability of debts from tenants at Anfa Place and Barclays House. In real terms, operating costs as a percentage of revenue decreased in the period from 31.4% in 2017 to 22.8% in 2018. This has been achieved through the acquisition of triple net lease assets and cost savings initiatives and synergies across the geographical locations. This is in spite of the increase in the provision for bad debts attributable to Anfa Place as a result of the construction work that took place in 2018. The Group incurred a 85.5% year-on-year increase in administration expenses during the year to US$14.7m, largely attributable to costs associated with the Group's admission to the LSE, an impairment charge with in Freedom Asset Management (a company controlled by the Group, but has no ownership interests) and transactional fees incurred. Adjusted administration costs1 attributable to the shareholders of the Group increased by 16.7% to US$8.0 million, reflecting increased staff costs of managing the growing portfolio. With the Company's active on-site administration approach to asset and property management in the various jurisdictions, the Company has attracted a number of highly skilled and experienced staff to manage the portfolio. The adjusted administration costs as a percentage of income producing assets have reduced from 1.4% is 2017 to 1.3% in 2018, showing the commitment by the Group to proactively manage the cost base. (1)Adjusted administration costs are defined and calculated as administration costs less non-controlling administration costs, acquisition cost and initial setup costs is disclosed in note 18. Total profit for the year attributable to shareholders was US$28.6 million compared with a US$6.6 million loss after tax in 2017. Adjusted EPRA earnings for 2018, which removes non-cash items such as fair value movements, straight lining of leases and unrealised foreign currency translation impacts, increased three-fold during the year to US$22.8 million from US$5.6 million in 2017. Net debt and cash flow The Group raised an additional US$93.1 million of debt in 2018 to fund acquisitions. As financing is integral to our business model, the Group has continued to develop strong relationships with financiers. The multi-bank approach adopted by Grit has continued, with the main banking partners being Bank of China, Standard Bank and SBM (Mauritius) Ltd. During the year, the Group secured a new banking partner, Barclays Bank, who have provided a revolving credit facility for the LSE listing as well as being the primary funding of the Ghanaian portfolio. The breakdown of the interest-bearing borrowings is listed in note 7. The Group's loan-to-value ("LTV") has increased to 51.4% in 2018 (2017: 42.8%). This was driven by the utilisation of the short-term funding facilities to progress acquisitions completed prior to successful the fundraising in July 2018. Gearing is expected to normalize in the 2019 financial year to approximately 40% after the acquisition of Acacia Estate, 5th Avenue and CADS II and the settlement of the short-term debt facilities following the capital raise. Debt and financing arrangements In the year, the Group refinanced debt of US$38.0 million held with Afrasia, Nedbank and Rockcastle to ensure the Group manages the weighted average costs of debt ("WACD"). Despite the increase in the 3-month USD Libor rates in the period ending 30 June 2018, the Group managed to reduce its WACD to 5.75% (2017: 5.78%). This was achieved by entering into Euro based loans and by reducing high cost debt with low cost short-term debt facilities while the Group was raising equity. Euro based exposures are entered into to match the currency of the underlying assets with the funding source. As at 30 June 2018, the USD and EUR exposures amounted to 59.8% (2017: 68%) and 39.2% (31%), respectively. At the balance sheet date, the weighted average maturity of our debt was 2.3 years (2017: 3.3 years). The revolving credit facilities with SMB (Mauritius) Ltd and Barclays Bank Mauritius were settled with the proceeds of the capital raise. The Group also agreed terms for the refinancing of US$38 million of debt and has agreed conditional terms on a further US$23 million of debt maturing in the year ending 30 June 2019. Dividend The strong financial performance and distributable earnings growth has allowed the Group to declare a final distribution of 6.12 USD cents per share, taking the full year distribution to 12.19 USD cents per share (2017: 12.07 USD cents per share). This represents annual growth of 1%. The Group is targeting an annual dividend growth of 3% - 5% in 2019. Our financial outlook From a strong starting point, the Group has further improved its financial position since the year end with its successful admission to the main market of the LSE, raising US$132.2 million of capital as a result. The proceeds will be deployed to reduce gearing and facilitate growth in the property portfolio with three deals already successfully concluded in the period since 30 June 2018. This has seen the Group expand its presence in Ghana and Mozambique to further strengthen its footprint in those geographical locations. Additional funds will be earmarked for high yield projects in the current pipeline with both internal and external NAV contributors identified by the Group. Subsequent events are further disclosed in note 14 to this announcement. PRINCIPLE RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES Grit maintain a Key Risk Register which is shared with the Risk Committee on a quarterly basis. The key risks are well managed and monitored regularly as the risks could change with changes in the industry, economy and stakeholders, amongst others. Key risks are disclosed below: Risk Consequence and Impact Risk Mitigation COMPLIANCE Regulatory risk - JSE, LSE Regulatory risk is associated with Strong relationships with all corporate and SEM compliance compliance and reputation risks. As Grit is sponsors and Company Secretary. multi listed on JSE, LSE and SEM markets, various rules and regulations need to be adhered to. Failure to comply with the rules and regulations may lead to fines, public censures, deregistration from the stock market and ultimately affect the Completion of annual compliance reputation of the Group. checklist internally subject to approval by authorised sponsors. Appointment of consultants for specialised assignments. Regulatory risk - multi- As the Group has established its presence Detailed country due diligence process jurisdictional legal in several parts of the world, conducted considers aspect like multi- compliance unintentional non-compliance with new jurisdictional legal compliance. laws may result in fines or public censures. At entity level, contractual terms drafted with the Group may be in contradiction to country specific laws thereby resulting in inability to enforce contractual terms. Engagement of local offices of international legal firms within the operational jurisdictions. Appointment of suitably qualified local in-country managers with oversight from senior management dedicated to specific countries. Non-compliance with debt Debts covenants are risk monitoring Ratios (both actual and forecast) and covenants indicators for investors and lenders. Non- debt covenants monitored by compliance with debt covenants may lead Management on a monthly basis and by to increased finance costs by financiers the Board on a quarterly basis. and inability to raise additional funding for future projects and the debt being called in and properties confiscated. STRATEGIC Repatriation risk Repatriation risk relates to exchange Establishment of appropriate Group control regulations in operating accounting policies and procedures to jurisdictions which might act as barriers avoid any economic losses. to the flow of funds back to ultimate holding Company, Grit, in terms of foreign supplier payments, interests and dividends. Consequently, this can lead to economic losses for the Group. Moreover, project financing may also be delayed due to approval processes with regulators in relation to foreign equity to debt Establishment of appropriate Group investments. structure to avoid complex regulatory conditions. Appointment of legal and advisory teams to ensure policies, procedures and structures are compliant with local laws. Retention and recruitment of competent in-house finance team to analyse and recommend appropriate solutions to avoid repatriation risks. Approval from the Executive Team and the Board prior to investment resolution. Reputational risk A negative image may lead to volatility in Oversight by the Board and independent share price and affect shareholder's directors. confidence in the Group. Strong investors and stakeholders' relations. Transparent culture and reporting. Regular communication with stakeholders. Foreign Exchange risk The Group's reporting and functional Investments are concentrated to strong currency is USD. The Group operates based economies that have stable internationally and is exposed to foreign exchange rates vis-à-vis USD. exchange risk arising from various currency exposures, primarily with respect to the Euro and Moroccan Dirham (which itself is partially pegged to the Euro together with the US Dollar) and to a lesser extent the Mauritian Rupee, Mozambican Metical, Zambian Kwacha, Conversion of all other currencies cash Botswanan Pula, Ghanaian Cedi and balances to USD on receipt or when Kenyan Shilling. Any severe impact on foreign exchange rates are appropriate. exchange rate conversion may have a negative effect on the Group's earnings, Matching the debt currency of the share price, ability to raise capital and investment to the underlying functional repayment of debts. Foreign exchange currency where investment is placed. movements can also impact negatively on property revaluations and affect the Group's balance sheet. Country risk New government policies and regulations Extensive due diligence on country's risk proclaimed might be to the detriment of performed by internal and external the Group, such as, restrictions over flow specialised personnel. of dividends, capital repatriation, exaggerated direct and indirect taxes and land ownership restrictions. Social and political unrest in a particular Establishment of investment limit by country may affect the market confidence country. which may lead international tenants to exit from that country or cease their trading activities. Consequently, this may impact on the revenue of Grit as the risk may lead to high tenant default risks when local tenants are affected. Economic, social and political instability in Independent bi-annual country risk a country might affect the expected report obtained and alert system return on investment. established. Insurance cover for political and social risks. FINANCIAL Destruction of investment Damage to investment property due to Establishment of Group insurance policy property external factors not within the control of and business continuity plan procedures. Group, for example, earthquake, flood, terrorist attack and riot may lead to material damages of investment properties and hence, financial loss to the Group. Adequate insurance cover taken for all properties. Approval by the Board in relation to adequacy of insurance cover (covering replacement cost and loss of income). Liquidity and refinance Liquidity risk is the risk that the Group is Debt financing is limited to 50% of the risk not able to meet its financial commitment total investment. as and when they fall due. Consequently, the Group might be exposed to inabilities to refinance debt on expiry and inabilities to raise debt to fund new projects. Forward cash-flow management is established for regular monitoring of the Group's liquidity. Monitoring debt markets in all operational jurisdictions to obtain best borrowing option. Debt tendering. Board and Investment Committee regularly monitor the liquidity of the Group. Early engagement with financiers before termination date. Skills shortage for It is the Group's requirement to publish Thorough review by the Executive Team finance staff in certain its results regularly and obtain financial on management reporting. jurisdictions information for monitoring and decision making process by the Board. Certain jurisdictions where the Group is present have shortage a of skilled staffs in the finance department. Due to this shortage, there may be delays from those jurisdictions to report accurate financial information in a timely manner. Consequently, there is a risk of non- compliance with statutory and internal requirements. Credit Risk Credit risk involves default from tenants in Approval by Executive Team to continue respect of obligations under a lease with a doubtful tenant. contract and failure to recover amounts due on time. In extreme circumstances after all possible efforts have been taken to recover the Group may need to proceed with debts, write off of material amounts. Vigilant credit control and debt collection process by Property Managers. Continuous monitoring of trading densities within the retail environment to identify and address potential risks before default. Deposits and security to be provided by the tenants (including sureties where applicable). Interest Rate Risk Excessive volatility in interest rates may Use of interest rate swap by the Group adversely affect the profitability of the when appropriate. Group and return on investments. Ability to access debt from multiple jurisdictions and currencies. Limited duration of loan terms. OPERATIONAL Underperformance of Where Property Management Companies Performance driven contracts with property managers (the "Property Managers") fail to perform Property Managers. their duties in accordance with objectives set by the Group, the consequence may affect the financial performance of the Group at large. It may lead to reputational risk, cash flow risk, increased vacancy in buildings, inadequate return on investment and deterioration of buildings due to poor maintenance. Review of exceptional debtors report by Asset Managers. Recruitment of efficient and competent Property Managers. Regular meetings between Asset Managers and Property Managers. Regular and independent property inspections of buildings. Language barriers Language barriers can create All local employees required to have a misinterpretation of instructions that working knowledge of English. might result in delays to projects and non- delivery of services. It may also cause delays in producing management reports. As and when required, there is provision of additional English training. Contracts required to be Distinct contract laws exist in different Use of suitably qualified sworn recorded in the official countries. Therefore, a standard translations for all legal documentation. language of the specific agreement may not be applicable for all country jurisdictions. Hence, there is a risk of inability to correctly interpret detailed contractual terms and conditions, where a standardised agreement cannot be Engagement of local legal counsel who adopted. are fluent in both English and the local official language of the respective jurisdiction. Incorporating clause governing preference, that is, English contract shall prevail over contract drafted in local official language. Arrears and bad debts Failure to recover amounts on time Vigilant credit control process and leading to compromised performance management reporting by property resulting in financial loss managers. Breakdown in relationships with key Continued engagement with tenants by tenants asset managers. Write-off of material bad debts Robust debt collection process. Continual monitoring of trading densities within the retail environment to identify and address potential risks before default. Deposits and security (including personal sureties where applicable. Information technology (IT) Information technology ("IT") has become Daily backups to an offsite storage failures a crucial element in the good running of facility. the business and failures in IT infrastructure may lead to impaired operational ability and delayed and inaccurate financial reporting due to loss of data. Multiple iterations of backup data. IT services outsourced to suitably qualified service providers. Vacancy risk Vacancy risk arises when properties Tracking of vacant properties by remain vacant for prolonged periods or Property and Asset Managers. properties are not fully rented. It consequently erodes the rental income and affects profitability and return on investment. It may further fire back to repayment of Group's debt capital invested in the properties and affect the liquidity of the Group. Early engagement with tenants approaching lease expiry dates. Strong focus on tenant relationships to ensure retention. Physical deterioration of Physical deterioration of properties may Regular site visits performed by Asset properties not attract tenants. Consequently, this Managers in addition to the monthly may increase vacancy risk and operational inspections conducted by the Property costs. High operational cost may in turn Managers. lead to a decline in profitability. Proactive and reactive annual repairs and maintenance programmes. Tenants' complaints monitored by Property and Asset Managers. Board oversees state of properties and approve maintenance programmes. Setting up of three year rolling capital replacement budget. Ad hoc external assessment of reports by consultants Health & safety inspection of properties. Regular meetings with tenants and Property Managers for early detection of potential issues. Unplanned departure of Sudden departures of key staff may Succession plan designed and key personnel disrupt the operations and possible implemented which addresses risks reputational damage of the Group. related to all key personnel. Default by a major tenant Major tenants are tenants, who are, Regular interaction with tenants and either, a single tenant occupying a monitoring of their financial position. property, or a tenant for whom a property was specifically designed and built and/or a tenancy whose rental contribution is a large percentage of the monthly rental collection and/or whose presence is significant for a property's sustainability or demand or success. Default by such a major client might significantly impact the profitability of the Credit risk assessment for all new Group and affect the loan repayment tenants, particularly major tenants. capacity of the Group. Early cancellation or reduction of space occupied by the major tenants. STATEMENT OF DIRECTORS RESPONSIBILITIES IN RESPECT OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The directors are responsible for preparing the group financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRSs") as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Mauritius Companies Act 2001, for purposes of complying with the SEM listings rules, the JSE listing rules and to discharge their stewardship obligations to file financial statements with the London Stock Exchange. The directors must not approve the group financial statements unless they are satisfied that the group financial statements give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the group and of the profit or loss of the group for that period. In preparing the financial statements, the directors are responsible for: - selecting suitable accounting policies and then applying them consistently; - stating whether applicable IFRSs as issued by the IASB have been followed, subject to any material departures disclosed and explained in the financial statements; - making judgements and accounting estimates that are reasonable and prudent; and - preparing the financial statements on the going concern basis unless it is inappropriate to presume that the group will continue in business. The directors are also responsible for safeguarding the assets of the group and hence for taking reasonable steps for the prevention and detection of fraud and other irregularities. The directors are responsible for keeping adequate accounting records that are sufficient to show and explain the group's transactions and disclose with reasonable accuracy at any time the financial position of the group and enable them to ensure that the financial statements comply with the Mauritius Companies Act 2001. Directors are responsible for the maintenance and integrity of the Company's website. Legislation in the United Kingdom governing the preparation and dissemination of financial statements may differ from legislation in other jurisdictions. The Directors consider that the Annual Report and Accounts, taken as a whole, is fair, balanced and understandable and provides the information necessary for shareholders to assess the Group's position, performance, business model and strategy. Each of the Directors confirms that to the best of their knowledge that the Group financial statements, which have been prepared in accordance with IFRSs, give a true and fair view of the assets, liabilities, financial position and profit and loss of the Group. On behalf of the board Bronwyn Corbett Leon van de Moortele Chief Executive Officer Chief Financial Officer Consolidated statement of comprehensive income Restated for the For the year year ended ended 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 US$'000 US$'000 Gross rental income 8 22,872 32,128 Straight-line rental income accrual 1,132 1,110 Revenue 24,004 33,238 Property operating expenses (7,170) (7,585) Net property income 16,834 25,653 Other income 254 9 Administrative expenses (including corporate structuring costs) (7,900) (14,653) Profit from operations 9,188 11,009 Fair value adjustment on investment properties (20,729) 5,073 Contractual receipts from vendors of investment properties 230 8,689 Total fair value adjustment on investment properties (20,499) 13,762 Fair value adjustment on other investments - (757) Fair value adjustment on other financial asset - (128) Fair value adjustment on derivative financial instruments 535 25 Share-based payment expense (133) (282) Share of profits from associates 6,893 21,028 Gain from bargain purchase on associates 958 - Foreign currency (losses) / gains 2,081 1,125 Profit / (loss) before interest and taxation (977) 45,782 Interest income 9 2,059 4,375 Finance costs 10 (11,433) (19,660) Profit / (loss) for the period before tax (10,351) 30,497 Taxation 11 2,916 (4,752) Profit / (loss) for the period after tax (7,435) 25,745 Gain / (loss) on translation of functional currency 3,045 (1,495) Total comprehensive income / (loss) (4,390) 24,250 Profit / (loss) attributable to: Owners of the parent (6,634) 28,562 Non-controlling interests (801) (2,817) (7,435) 25,745 Total comprehensive income / (loss) attributable to: Owners of the parent (3,589) 27,067 Non-controlling interests (801) (2,817) (4,390) 24,250 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 Earnings per share US$'000 US$'000 (Loss) / profit after tax attributable to equity owners of the parent (6,634) 28,562 Weighted average number of shares in issue (net of unvested treasury shares) In issue at start of period 99,004 200,364 Effect of shares issued in the period 10,849 766 Effect of treasury shares acquired in period (58) - Effect of treasury shares vested or allocated in the period - 70 109,795 201,200 Dilutive effect of share options 109,795 201,200 Basic earnings / (loss) per share (cents) (6.04) 14.20 Diluted earnings / (loss) per share (cents) (6.04) 14.20 Restated as at As at Consolidated statement of financial position 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 US$'000 US$'000 Assets Non-current assets Investment properties 3 307,795 383,132 Deposits paid on investment properties 3 24,440 11,117 Property, plant and equipment 1,290 1,749 Intangible assets 592 485 Investments in associates 4 89,016 165,311 Other investments 5 - 4,154 Related party loans receivable 8 802 Other loans receivable 6 66,740 42,863 Deferred tax 6,496 8,999 Total non-current assets 496,377 618,612 Current assets Current tax receivable 439 - Trade and other receivables 22,805 29,786 Related party loans receivable 2,000 77 Cash and cash equivalents 24,668 3,086 Total current assets 49,912 32,949 Total assets 546,289 651,561 Equity and liabilities Total equity attributable to equity holders Ordinary share capital 319,979 328,394 Treasury shares reserve (15,031) (14,811) Foreign currency translation reserve 3,275 1,780 Antecedent dividend reserve 1,261 - Retained loss (51,177) (35,980) Equity attributable to owners of the Company 258,307 279,383 Non-Controlling interests (1,123) (3,940) Total equity 257,184 275,443 Liabilities Non-current liabilities Redeemable preference shares 12,840 12,840 Interest-bearing borrowings 7 185,051 207,106 Obligations under finance leases 171 124 Related party loans payable 1,365 - Deferred tax 15,041 20,791 Total non-current liabilities 214,468 240,861 Current liabilities Interest-bearing borrowings 7 47,959 99,038 Obligations under finance leases 45 51 Trade and other payables 26,176 26,151 Current tax payable - 969 Derivative financial instruments 19 22 Other financial liability - 128 Bank overdrafts 438 8,898 Total current liabilities 74,637 135,257 Total liabilities 289,105 376,118 Total equity and liabilities 546,289 651,561 Restated for the For the year year ended ended Consolidated statement of cash flows 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 US$'000 US$'000 Cash generated from / (utilised in) operations (Loss) / profit before tax for the period (10,351) 30,497 Adjusted for: Depreciation and amortisation 207 272 Interest income (2,059) (4,375) Share of profits from associates (6,893) (21,028) Finance costs 11,433 19,660 Allowance for credit losses 962 (602) Foreign currency losses/(gains) (2,081) (897) Straight-line rental income accrual (1,132) (1,110) Share based payment expense 133 282 Fair value adjustment on investment properties 20,499 (13,761) Gain from bargain purchase on associates (958) - Fair value adjustment on other investments - 757 Fair value adjustment on other financial asset - 128 Fair value adjustment on derivative financial instruments (535) (25) 9,225 9,798 Changes to working capital Movement in trade and other receivables 447 (5,757) Movement on deposits paid on investment properties (4,702) (11,117) Movement in trade and other payables 7,200 195 Cash generated / (utilised in) from operations 12,170 (6,881) Taxation paid (700) (111) Net cash generated from / (utilised in) operating activities 11,470 (6,992) Acquisition of investment properties (70,902) (37,083) Acquisition of property, plant and equipment (649) (685) Acquisition of intangible assets (10) - Acquisition of other investments - (3,848) Net cash outflow on acquisition of associates (15,390) (10,109) Dividends and interest received from associates 3,573 7,470 Interest received 2,059 4,375 Proceeds from disposal of property, plant and equipment - 4 Related party loans (advanced) / repaid (2,008) 67 Other loans (advanced) / repaid (66,740) (19,532) Net cash utilised in investing activities (150,067) (59,341) Proceeds from the issue of ordinary shares 110,828 (0) Share buy back - (85) Share issue expenses (5,330) - Proceeds from the issue of preference shares 12,840 - Ordinary dividends paid (17,283) (14,907) Proceeds from interest bearing borrowings 170,933 145,406 Settlement of interest bearing borrowings (114,719) (74,945) Finance costs paid (12,107) (18,909) Settlement of obligations under finance leases (73) (40) Net cash generated from financing activities 145,089 36,520 Net movement in cash and cash equivalents 6,492 (29,813) Cash at the beginning of the year 17,785 24,230 Effect of foreign exchange rates (47) (229) Total cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year 24,230 (5,812) Foreign currency Antecedent Non- Total Consolidated statement of Share Treasury translation dividend Retained controlling equity changes in equity capital share reserve reserve earnings interest holders US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 Balance as at 1 July 2016 - As previously reported 171,995 - (2) 636 (9,256) - 163,373 - effect of prior year adjustments - (5,100) 232 - (19,733) (455) (25,056) - as restated 171,995 (5,100) 230 636 (28,989) (455) 138,317 Profit for the year (as restated) - - - - (6,634) (801) (7,435) Foreign currency translation differences (as restated) - - 3,045 - - - 3,045 Total comprehensive income - - 3,045 - (6,634) (801) (4,390) Ordinary dividends paid - - - (636) (11,526) - (12,162) Treasury shares - (9,931) - - - - (9,931) Share based payments - - - - 133 - 133 Ordinary shares issued 155,535 - - - - - 155,535 Ordinary shares issued - - - - - 133 133 Share issue expenses (5,330) - - - - - (5,330) Transfer from share issues (2,221) - - 2,221 - - - Clean-out ordinary dividend paid* - - - (960) (4,161) - (5,121) Balance as at 30 June 2017 319,979 (15,031) 3,275 1,261 (51,177) (1,123) 257,184 Balance as at 1 July 2017 - As previously reported 319,979 - 1,063 1,261 (7,578) - 314,725 - effect of prior year adjustments - (15,031) 2,212 - (43,599) (1,123) (57,541) - as restated 319,979 (15,031) 3,275 1,261 (51,177) (1,123) 257,184 Profit for the year - - - - 28,562 (2,817) 25,745 Foreign currency translation differences - - (1,495) - - - (1,495) Total comprehensive income - - (1,495) - 28,562 (2,817) 24,250 Ordinary dividends paid - - - (1,261) (13,647) - (14,908) Share based payments - - - - 282 - 282 Treasury shares - 220 - - - - 220 Ordinary shares issued 8,500 - - - - - 8,500 Share buy back (85) - - - - - (85) Balance as at 30 June 2018 328,394 (14,811) 1,780 - (35,980) (3,940) 275,443 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1. Basis of preparation The financial information does not constitute the Group's statutory accounts for either the year ended 30 June 2018 or the year ended 30 June 2017 (as restated), but is derived from those accounts. The Group's statutory accounts for 2018 will be delivered following the Company's Annual General Meeting. The Auditor's reports on both the 2018 and 2017 accounts were unmodified, did not draw attention to any matters by way of an emphasis of matter The financial statements have been prepared in accordance with: International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as issued by the IASB; the JSE, LSE and SEM Listings Requirements; and, the requirements of the Mauritian Companies Act 2001. The financial statements have been prepared on the going-concern basis and were approved for issue by the board on 26 September 2018. Going concern The Board continues to adopt the going concern basis in preparing these consolidated financial statements. In considering this requirement, the Directors have taken into account the following: The Group's latest rolling forecast for the next two years in particular the cash flows, borrowings and undrawn facilities. The headroom under the Group's financial covenants. The current and forecast risks included on the Group's risk register that could impact on the Group's liquidity and solvency over the next 12 months from the date of signing. Significant Judgements The principal area where judgment have been made are: Unconsolidated structured entity Drive in Trading (DIT), a B-BBEE consortium, secured a facility of US$33.4 million from the Bank of America N.A (UK Branch) ("BoAML") to finance its investment in Grit. The BoAML facility was granted to DIT after South Africa's Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), represented by Public Investment Corporation ("PIC"), provided a guarantee to BoAML in the form of a Contingent Repurchase Obligation ("CRO") for up to US$35 million. The terms of the CRO obligate PIC to acquire the loan granted to DIT should DIT default under the BoAML facility. In order to facilitate the above, the Group agreed to de-risk 50% of PIC's US$35 million exposure to the CRO, by granting PIC a guarantee whereby should BoAML enforce the CRO, the Group would indemnify PIC for up to 50% of the losses, capped at US$17.5 million, following the sale of the underlying securities, being the shares held by DIT in the Grit. Given the unusual structure of the transaction, the Group has determined that DiT has limited and predetermined activities and can be considered a "structured entity" under IFRS 10 as the "design and purpose" of DiT was to fund Grit rights issue and at the same time enable Grit to obtain B-BBEE credentials. As the Group does not have both, power to direct the activities of DiT and an exposure to variable returns, the Group has exercised judgement on not to consolidate DiT but disclose it as an unconsolidated structured entity due to DiT being a related party. Acquisition of investment properties Where investment properties are acquired through the acquisition of corporate interests, the directors have regard to the substance of the assets and activities of the acquired entity in determining whether the acquisition represents the acquisition of a business. Where such acquisitions are not judged to be an acquisition of a business under IFRS 3, the transactions are accounted for as if the Group had acquired the underlying investment property directly, together with any associated assets and liabilities. Accordingly, no goodwill arises, rather the cost of acquiring the corporate entity is allocated between the identifiable assets and liabilities of the entity, based on their relative fair values at the acquisition date. Otherwise corporate acquisitions are accounted for as business combinations. Investments, associates and joint ventures As an acquiring group, management needs to ensure that all acquisitions are appropriately classified in the financial statements. Depending on the shareholding and other factors there can be some judgement as to whether the acquisition is shown as an investment, associate or consolidated as a subsidiary. In particular the Group holds interests of 50% of the total stake in multiple investments. The Group is not a controlling party in any of the arrangements. The Company applies judgement to determine whether the investment is classified as a Joint venture or an associate by considering the guidance provided and the prevailing operational arrangements. The Group has exercised judgement that, for all investments classified as associates, the arrangements will not meet the definition of a joint arrangement because there is no controlling party, no enforceable contractual agreement on sharing of control, there is insignificant level of operational involvement, and the Group does not have an explicit or implicit right of veto. Therefore, the Group has accounted for these investments as investments in associates. Where the Company holds investments of less than an equity stake of 20% and do not have significant influence through other means, the investments are classified as investments at fair value and not as an associate. Estimates The principal areas where such estimations have been made are: Fair value of financial instruments The Group have estimated the value of its obligation arising from its guarantee to de-risk 50% of PIC's exposure to the BoAML CRO. The Group's obligation is based on the occurrence or non-occurrence of uncertain future events (the probability of DiT defaulting on the BoAML facility). Therefore, the fair value of the obligation was based on the probability of DiT defaulting on the facility, which has been assessed as insignificant as at 30 June 2018. Impairment of CGUs and non-financial assets The recoverable amounts of cash-generating units and individual assets have been determined based on the higher of value-in-use calculations and fair values less costs to sell. These calculations require the use of estimates and assumptions. The Group reviews and tests the carrying value of assets when events or changes in circumstances suggest that the carrying amount may not be recoverable. In the case of any goodwill, this is tested on an annual basis for impairment. Assets are grouped at the lowest level for which identifiable cash flows are largely independent of cash flows of other assets and liabilities. If there are indications that an impairment may have occurred, estimates are prepared of expected future cash flows for each relevant group of assets. Expected future cash flows used to determine the value in use of goodwill and tangible assets are inherently uncertain and could materially change over time. They are significantly affected by a number of factors including the pre-tax discount rate used that reflects current market assessments of the time value of money, together with economic factors such as exchange rates and country specific inflation and interest rates. Fair value of investment properties The Group uses the valuation carried out by its independent valuers as the fair value of its property portfolio. The fair value of investment properties is determined using a combination of the discounted cash flows method and the income capitalisation valuation method, using assumptions that are based on market conditions existing at the end of the relevant reporting period. Taxation Judgement is required in determining the provision for income taxes due to the complexity of legislation. There are many transactions and calculations for which the ultimate tax determination is uncertain during the ordinary course of business. The Group recognises liabilities for anticipated tax inspection issues in the jurisdictions in which it operates based on estimates of whether additional taxes will be due. Where the final tax outcome of these matters is different from the amounts that were initially recorded, such differences will impact the income tax and deferred tax provisions in the period in which such determination is made. The Group recognises the net future tax benefit related to deferred income tax assets to the extent that it is probable that the deductible temporary differences will reverse in the foreseeable future. Assessing the recoverability of deferred tax assets requires the Group to make significant estimates related to expectations of future taxable income. Estimates of future taxable income are based on forecast cash flows from operations and the application of existing tax laws in each relevant jurisdiction. To the extent that future cash flows and taxable income differ significantly from estimates, the ability of the Group to realise the net deferred tax assets recorded at the end of the reporting period could be impacted. 2. Changes in accounting policies The accounting policies used by the Group in these condensed financial statements are consistent with those applied in the Group's financial statements for the year to 30 June 2017, as amended to reflect the adoption of new standards, amendments and interpretations which became effective in the year as shown below. New standards and interpretations New standards and interpretations Standards, interpretations and amendments to published standards that are not yet effective The following new standards, interpretations and amendments to existing standards have been published that are applicable for future accounting periods that have not been adopted early by the group. These standards and interpretations will be applied in the first year that they are applicable to Grit. Topic Summary of requirements Impact IFRS 9 Financial instruments IFRS 9 Financial Instruments was issued by the IASB in July The Group will adopt IFRS 9 for the year (1 January 2018) 2014. The standard replaces IAS 39 Financial Instruments: ended 30 June 2019 and is in the Recognition and Measurement. The standard sets out the process of implementing the requirements for recognition and measurement of financial requirements of IFRS 9. It has instruments and some contracts to buy and sell non-financial developed a detailed plan to assess the items. It also includes financial instruments derecognition impact of IFRS 9 principles; general hedge accounting; and introduces an expected credit loss model with forward-looking information. The standard is effective from 1 January 2018. The Group is a 30 June reporter; hence the Group will adopt the standard from July 1, 2018 retrospectively in accordance with IAS 8 Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors, subject to certain exemptions and exceptions in applying the effective interest method; and impairment measurement requirements. Furthermore, IFRS 9 will not be applied to items that have already been derecognised at the date of initial application. Classification and measurement of financial instruments We have analysed the classification and IFRS 9 contains a new classification and measurement measurement of the Group's financial approach for financial assets that reflects the business model assets and financial liabilities and the in which assets are managed and their cash flow only change is that rental guarantees characteristics. IFRS 9 includes three principal classification which are currently carried at FVOCI will categories for financial assets namely amortised cost, fair be carried at FVTPL upon adoption of value through profit or loss (FVTPL) and fair value through IFRS 9. other comprehensive income (FVOCI). These classification Based on the assessment of the categories for financial assets replace the categories under classification and measurement of IAS 39. financial instruments above, the Group The IFRS 9 requirements for the classification and does not believe that IFRS 9 measurement of financial liabilities are substantially classification and measurements unchanged from IAS 39 except for the the change in fair value requirements will have a material that is attributable to changes in credit risk of a financial impact on its current financial liability designated at FVTPL which will be recognised in other instruments. comprehensive income (OCI) under IFRS 9, whereas under IAS 39 these amounts were always recognised in profit or loss. Another change introduced by IFRS 9 is the requirement on modification of financial liabilities that does not result in derecognition. IFRS 9 states that when a modification or exchange does not result in derecognition, the adjustment to the amortised cost will be recognised in profit or loss at that time. Impairment of financial and contract assets The Group has started defining the ECL IFRS 9 replaces the incurred loss model in IAS 39 with a models approach and methodology to forward-looking expected credit loss (ECL) model for be applied to its affected financial calculating impairment on financial instruments within the assets. The group has performed an scope IFRS 9 impairment. The ECL model will require IFRS 9 ECL data readiness assessment considerable judgement as to how changes in economic and gap analysis to assess the factors affect ECL. The new impairment model will apply to implications of IFRS 9 on its financial assets measured at amortised cost or fair value intercompany loans and receivables, through other comprehensive income (FVOCI). and trade receivables and other receivables. It is considering applying the simplified approach on its trade receivables and possible simple general approach to its intercompany loans. The Group will also choose the simplified approach as an accounting policy in the event that its contract assets, lease receivables, and trade and other receivables contain significant financing components. The group will quantify the impact of the IFRS 9 impairment when the ECL model is finalised. Classification of financial liabilities IFRS 9 largely retains the existing requirements in IAS 39 for the classification of financial liabilities. All fair value changes of financial liabilities designated as at The classification of financial liabilities FVTPL are recognised in profit or loss under IAS 39, whereas generally remained the same from IAS under IFRS 9 these fair value changes are generally presented 39 to IFRS 9, hence not expecting any as follows: material impact to the Group. However, - the change in the fair value that is attributable to changes in the group will perform a detailed the credit risk of the liability is presented in OCI assessment to determine if there are - the remaining change in the fair value is presented in profit any measurement impacts and or loss conclude accordingly Hedge accounting IFRS 9 introduces a new general hedge accounting model IFRS 9 introduces a new general hedge which aligns hedge accounting more closely with risk accounting model. The Group does not management. apply hedge accounting hence not impacted by the IFRS 9 hedging requirements on adoption. IFRS 15 Revenue from In May 2014, the IASB issued IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts From the qualitative assessment contracts with customers with Customers, which replaces IAS 11 Construction Contracts; performed, the Group believes that IFRS (1 January 2018) IAS 18 Revenue; IFRIC 13 Customer Loyalty Programmes; IFRIC 15 will not have a significant impact on 15 Agreements for the Construction of Real Estate; IFRIC 18 the timing or amount of revenue Transfers of Assets from Customers; and SIC-31 Revenue— recognised by the Group in any year but Barter Transactions Involving Advertising Services, and is will improve the presentation of the effective 1 January 2018. IFRS 15 outlines a single income streams. Therefore, the comprehensive model for revenue recognition and has been presentation of the Group's revenue developed to provide a comprehensive set of principles in will be modified to disclose amounts presenting the nature, amount, timing and uncertainty of from revenue from contracts with revenue and cash flows arising from an entity's contracts with customers separately from operating customers. lease revenue. IFRS 15 scopes out lease contracts within the scope of IAS 17/IFRS 16. To evaluate the impact of IFRS 15, the Group analysed all of its non-lease components in the lease contracts to determine its other revenue streams. The Group identified two main non- lease components, that is, recoveries and casual retail parking income. The Group further determined whether these recoveries and casual retail parking services would be regarded as a transfer of a service to a customer and noted that, tenants receive benefits in addition to the right of use of the property. Thus, the Group concluded that casual retail parking income and tenant recoveries ("where tenants reimburse the group for expenses incurred for operating and maintaining properties, repairs, insurance and real estate taxes") which are non-lease components, should be accounted for under IFRS 15. Recoveries for administrative tasks, rates and taxes and other costs incurred which are associated with the lease contracts and do not transfer a good or a service to the lessee, will also be included in recoveries as non-lease components. The Group notes that lease contracts within the scope of IAS 17 or IFRS 16 are excluded from the scope of IFRS 15. Contingent or genuinely variable and fixed rental receipts from lessees were excluded from the analysis as they are in the scope of the leases standard and such contracts are scoped out of IFRS 15. For those rental revenue streams, accounting will continue under IAS 17 (and subsequently IFRS 16 once that is effective). The accounting will remain as it is currently, with rental income being recognised on a straight-line basis over the lease term. For contingent or genuinely variable rental revenue, rental income will continue to be recognised in the period in which it is earned; that is when the tenants achieve the specified targets defined in their lease agreements (when received or maybe slightly earlier when the right to payment arises). In accordance with the transition guidance, IFRS 15 will only be applied to contracts that would be incomplete as at 1 July 2017. Amendments to IFRS 4 Applying This amendment provides for a temporary exemption from No impact. The Group does not have IFRS 9 with IFRS 4 Insurance IFRS 9 for a reporting company with predominantly insurance insurance contracts that are accounted Contracts activities as the different effective dates of IFRS 9 and the new for in terms of IFRS 4, hence will not (1 January 2018) insurance contracts standard could have a significant impact apply this exemption. on insurers IFRIC 22 Foreign Currency IFRIC 22 clarifies that the transaction date for the purpose of The Group will be assessing the impact Transactions and Advance determining the exchange rate to be use on initial recognition of this interpretation prospectively Consideration of the related asset, expense or income (or part of it) is the during the 2019 reporting period. (1 January 2018) date on which an entity initially recognises the non-monetary asset or non-monetary liability arising from the payment or receipt of advance consideration An entity can apply this interpretation either retrospectively or prospectively on initial application IFRIC 23 Uncertainty over IFRIC 23 clarifies that where it is unclear how tax law applies to The Group will be assessing the impact Income Tax Treatments a particular transaction or circumstance, an entity will have to of this interpretation prospectively (1 January 2018) assess whether it is probable that the tax authority will accept during the 2019 reporting period. the entity's chosen tax treatment. Where it is probable that the tax authority may not accept the chosen tax treatment, disclosure about judgements made, assumptions and other estimates used; and the potential impact of uncertainties that are not reflected may be required. The interpretation also requires the entity to reassess the judgements and estimates applied if the facts and circumstances change IFRS 16 Leases IFRS 16 replaces IAS 17 Leases, IFRIC 4 Determining whether an The Group will be assessing the impact of this (1 January 2019) arrangement contains a lease, SIC-15 Operating leases - will adopt the standard for the year ended incentives and SIC-standard during the 2019 reporting period 30 June 2020. and 27 Evaluating the substance of transactions involving the legal form of a lease Lessee accounting IFRS 16 introduces a single, on-balance sheet lease accounting model for lessees. A lessee is required to recognise a right-of-use asset representing its right to use the underlying leased asset and a lease liability representing its obligation to make lease payments. There are recognition exemptions for short-term leases and leases of low-value items IFRS 16 can be applied using either a retrospective approach or a modified retrospective approach with optional practical expedients for lessees. The lessee will have to apply any elections consistently to all of its leases When applying the modified retrospective approach to leases previously classified as operating leases under IAS 17, the lessee can elect, on a lease-by-lease basis, whether to apply a number of practical expedients on transition Lessor accounting IFRS 16 substantially carries forward the lessor accounting requirements in IAS 17. Accordingly, a lessor continues to classify its leases as operating or finance leases, and to account for those two types of leases differently IFRS 16 also requires enhanced disclosures to be provided about a lessor's risk exposure, particularly to residual value risk Annual improvements 2017 The annual improvements deals with additional guidance for applying The Group is currently in the process of (1 January 2019) the acquisition method to particular types of business combinations evaluating the detailed requirements of the (IFRS 3 Business combinations), accounting for acquisitions of financial statements interests in joint improvements to assess the impact on the operations (IFRS 11 Joint arrangements), income tax consequences of payments on financial instruments classified as equity (IAS 12 Income taxes), and borrowing costs eligible for capitalisation (IAS 23 Borrowing costs) Standards, interpretations and amendments to published standards that are effective and applicable to the group The Group has adopted the following new standards, interpretations and amendments to existing standards for the first time for the financial year ended 30 June 2018. The nature and effect of the changes are as follows: Topic Summary of requirements Impact Amendments to IAS 7 The amendments introduce new disclosure for changes in liabilities Impact not material. Net debt reconciliation has Disclosure initiative arising from financing activities, by providing a reconciliation already been presented in the current financial (1 January 2017) between the opening and closing balances statements. Amendments to IAS 12 The amendments clarify the requirements for recognition of Impact not material. Deferred tax assets have recognition of deferred tax deferred tax assets arising from unrealised losses on debt already been accounted for in line with the assets for unrealised instruments measured at fair value amendment losses (1 January 2017) Annual improvements This amendment clarifies that disclosure requirements for Impact not material. The Group has been 2016 (1 January 2017) interests in other entities also apply to interests that are disclosing for entities held-for-sale in classified as held-for-sale or distribution accordance with this clarification in the past Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 3. Investment properties US$'000 US$'000 Net carrying value of properties excluding straight-line rental income accrual Cost of investment properties 333,279 390,782 Cummulative foreign currency translation differences (14,770) (11,808) Cummulative fair value surplus/(deficit) (16,014) (2,252) 302,495 376,722 Movement for the period excluding straight-line rental income accrual Investment property at the beginning of the period 235,086 302,495 Prior year adjustments 672 - As restated 235,758 302,495 Acquisitions and construction of investment properties 73,938 64,976 Transaction costs capitalised 3,920 1,235 Other capital expenditure 4,793 - Foreign currency translation differences 4,815 2,944 Revaluation of properties at end of period (20,499) 13,761 Contractual receipts from vendors of investment properties (reduction in purchase price) (230) (8,689) As at 30 June 302,495 376,722 Reconciliation to consolidated statement of financial position and valuations Investment properties carrying amount per above 302,495 376,722 Straight-line rental income accrual 5,300 6,410 Total valuation of properties 307,795 383,132 Investment property pledged as security Investment property pledged as security as follows: Mozambican investment properties with a market value of US$198.0 million (2017: US$145.5 million) are mortgaged to Standard Bank of Mozambique to secure debt facilities amounting to US$10.4 million (2017: US$10.4 million), Standard Bank of South Africa to secure debt facilities amounting to US$50.0 million (2017: US$38.0 million) and Banco Unico of Mozambique to secure debt facilities amounting to US$2.9 million (2017: US$3.0 million), Bank of China to secure debt facilities amounting to US$13.3 million (2017: US$13.3 million) and Standard Bank (Mauritius) Limited to secure debt facilities amounting to US$11.0 million (2017: US$0 million). Moroccan investment properties with a market value of US$92.6 million (2017: US$88.1 million) are mortgaged to Investec South Africa to secure debt facilities amounting to US$48.5 million (2017: US$50.1 million). Mauritian investment properties with a market value of US$63.7 million (2017: US$57.6 million) are mortgaged to Barclays Bank of Mauritius to secure debt facilities amounting to US$7.4 million (2017: US$7.4 million) and State Bank of Mauritius to secure debt facilities amounting to US$26.0 million (2017: US$25.4 million). Kenyan investment properties with a market value of US$18.8 million (2017: US$0 million) are mortgaged to Bank of China to secure debt facilities amounting to US$8.5 million (2017: US$0 million). Valuation policy and methodology for investment properties held by the Group and by associates Investment properties are valued at each reporting date with independent valuations performed every year by independent professional reputable valuation experts who have sufficient expertise in the jurisdictions where the properties are located. All valuations that are performed in the functional currency of a group entity that is not United States Dollars are converted to United States Dollars at the effective closing rate of exchange. All valuations have been undertaken in accordance with the version of the RICS Valuation Standards that were in effect at the relevant valuation date and are further compliant with International Valuation Standards. Market values presented by valuers have also been confirmed by the respective valuers to be fair value in terms of IFRS. In respect of the majority of the Mozambican investment properties, independent valuations were performed at 30 June 2018 by Jones Lang LaSalle Proprietary Limited (JLL), Chartered Surveyors, using either the income capitalisation (yield) or the discounted cash flow method. The remaining Mozambican properties were valued by REC, Chartered Surveyors and part of the Meridian Group, at 30 June 2018 using the discounted cash flow method. During the year ended 30 June 2017, JLL valued certain of the Mozambican properties with the remaining valuations having been undertaken by the directors. The Moroccan investment property was independently valued at 30 June 2018 by Knight Frank, Chartered Surveyors, using the discounted cash flow method. Due to the redevelopment on Anfa Place Mall, no independent valuation was performed of the property during the year ended 30 June 2017, but the directors are of the opinion that the carrying amount of the property as at 30 June 2017 approximated its fair value. The Zambian investment properties held by associates were independently valued at 30 June 2018 by Broll Valuation and Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd, Chartered Surveyors, using the discounted cash flow method. During the year ended 30 June 2017, the properties were independently valued by Quadrant Properties, Chartered Surveyors, using the discounted cash flow method. The Kenyan investment properties held by the Group and its associates were independently valued at 30 June 2018 by Broll Valuation and Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd, Chartered Surveyors, using the discounted cash flow method.It must however be noted that the Broll valuation for Buffalo Mall was utilised as a base on which the Directors made fair value adjustments as at 30 June 2018. During the year ended 30 June 2017, the properties held by associates were not valued independently by external valuers; however the Directors were of the opinion to hold value provided by Jones Lang LaSalle Proprietary Limited, Chartered Surveyors, in a prior financial period, where JLL used the discounted cash flow method. The Mauritian investment properties held by the Group and its associates were independently valued at 30 June 2018 by Broll Indian Ocean (Pty) Ltd, Chartered Surveyors, using the discounted cash flow method. During the year ended 30 June 2017, the properties were independently valued by Broll Indian Ocean Limited, Chartered Surveyors, using the discounted cash flow method. Restated as at As at Most recent 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 independent valuation Valuer (for the most Summary of valuations by reporting date date recent valuation) US$'000 US$'000 Commodity House Phase I building 30-Jun-18 REC 42,570 43,190 Commodity House Phase II building 30-Jun-18 REC - 17,270 Hollard Building 30-Jun-18 JLL Sub Sahara Africa 18,500 19,600 Vodacom Building 30-Jun-18 JLL Sub Sahara Africa 48,700 45,900 Zimpeto Square 30-Jun-18 JLL Sub Sahara Africa 11,470 9,200 Bollore Warehouse 30-Jun-18 JLL Sub Sahara Africa 6,500 6,500 Barclays House 30-Jun-18 Broll Indian Ocean 13,835 14,840 Anfa Place Mall 30-Jun-18 Knight Frank 88,119 92,632 Tamassa Resort 30-Jun-18 Broll Indian Ocean 43,814 48,900 Vale Housing Compound 30-Jun-18 JLL Sub Sahara Africa - 37,300 Imperial Distribution Centre 30-Jun-18 Broll South Africa - 18,780 Mara Viwandani 30-Jun-18 Broll South Africa - 3,420 Mall de Tete 30-Jun-18 JLL Sub Sahara Africa 24,220 25,600 Total valuation of investment properties directly held by the Group 297,728 383,132 Capital expenditure on Commodity House Phase II 10,067 - Total carrying value of investment properties per the consolidated statement of financial position 307,795 383,132 Deposits paid on Imperial Distribution Centre 3,062 - Deposits paid on VALE Housing Compound 21,378 4,117 Deposits paid on CADS II - 2,000 Deposits paid on Capital Place Limited - 5,000 Total deposits paid on investment properties 24,440 11,117 Total carrying value of investment properties including deposits paid 332,235 394,249 Investment properties held within associates - Group share Buffalo Mall Naivasha Limited (includes Broll South Africa valuation of US$4,660k and a company adjustment of US$540k in 2018) 30-Jun-18 Broll South Africa 6,025 5,200 Mukuba Mall Limited (50%) 30-Jun-18 Broll South Africa 34,884 38,450 Kafubu Mall Limited (50%) 30-Jun-18 Broll South Africa 12,098 13,000 Cosmopolitan Shopping Centre Limited (50%) 30-Jun-18 Broll South Africa 38,380 40,500 Beachcomber Hospitality (44.42%) 30-Jun-18 Broll Indian Ocean - 91,903 Capital Place Limited (47.5%) 30-Jun-18 Broll South Africa - 12,217 Total of investment properties acquired through associates 91,387 201,270 Total portfolio 423,622 595,519 Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 4. Investments in associates US$'000 US$'000 The following entities have been accounted for as associates in the current and comparative consolidated financial statements using the equity method: Name of associate Country % held Mukuba Mall Limited Zambia 50.0% 34,770 38,355 Kafubu Mall Limited Zambia 50.0% 11,788 12,746 Buffalo Mall Naivasha Limited Kenya 50.0% 4,128 3,294 Cosmopolitan Shopping Centre Limited Zambia 50.0% 38,330 40,526 Capital Place Limited Ghana 47.5% - 7,960 Beachcomber Hospitality Investments Limited Mauritius 44.4% - 62,430 Carrying value of associates 89,016 165,311 Cosmopolitan Capital Mall Mukuba Beachcomber Place Shopping Buffalo Mall Kafubu Mall Hospitality Limited Centre Mall Total US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 Reconciliation to carrying value in associates Balance at the beginning of the period as previously reported 35,968 11,812 - - 38,121 3,148 89,049 Effect of prior year adjustments (1,198) (24) - - 209 980 (33) Balance at the beginning of the period as restated 34,770 11,788 - - 38,330 4,127 89,016 Acquired during the period - - 57,052 7,877 - (898) 64,031 Profit from associates 6,180 2,875 7,053 83 4,773 64 21,028 - Operating Profit 2,613 1,974 4,633 83 2,653 214 12,170 - Fair value movement in property 3,567 901 2,420 - 2,120 (150) 8,858 Dividends Received (2,593) (869) (1,429) - (2,577) - (7,470) Foreign currency translation differences - (1,048) (246) - - - (1,293) Carrying value of associates 38,355 12,746 62,430 7,960 40,526 3,294 165,311 Investment in the year ended 30 June 2018 The Group acquired a 44.4% interest in Beachcomber Hospitality Investments Limited on 10 August 2017 for a net purchase consideration of US$57.1 million comprising an equity investment of US$14.8 million and a shareholder loan of US$42.3 million. Leisure Property Northern (Mauritius) Limited, a company incorporated in Mauritius, is 100% owned by the Group and owns 44.4% of the share capital of Beachcomber Hospitality Investments Limited which is also a Mauritian incorporated company and the owner of the Cannonier, Victoria and Mauricia hotels. The Group acquired a 47.5% interest in Capital Place Limited on 10 May 2018 for a net purchase consideration of US$7.9 million. Grit Accra Limited, a company incorporated in Mauritius, is 100% owned by the Group and owns 47.5% of the share capital of Capital Place Limited, a company incorporated in Ghana. Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 5. Other investments US$'000 US$'000 Balance at the beginning of the period - - Additions - 4,911 Fair value adjustments - (757) As at 30 June - 4,154 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Total Fair value hierarchy at 30 June 2018 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 US$'000 Investment in Letlole La Rona 3,091 - - 3,091 Investment in Gateway Delta Developments Holdings Limited - - 1,063 1,063 Level 1 investment comprise of listed equity investment valued at market prices. If all significant inputs required to fair value an investment are observable, the investment is included in level 2. If one or more of the significant inputs are not based on observable market data, the investment is included in level 3. Listed investments The Group acquired 17,500,000 shares, representing 6.25% of the issued equity capital, in the listed company Letlole La Rona for US$3.85 million in the year ended 30 June 2018. This company is incorporated in Botswana and listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange. Unlisted investments The Group invested US$1.02 million in an unlisted development company, Gateway Developments Holdings Limited, incorporated in Mauritius, in the period ended 31 January 2018 as part of its strategy to secure future investment pipeline on the African continent. The directors are satisfied that this level 3 investment is carried at fair value at 31 January 2018 after considering the future cash flows associated with the business. Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 6. Other loans receivable US$'000 US$'000 Beachcomber Hospitality Investments Limited(1) 47,409 - Ndola Investments Limited(2,4) 5,103 5,073 Paxton Investments Limited(2) 8,702 8,723 Kitwe Copperbelt Limited(2,4) 5,526 5,577 Syngenta Limited(2,4) - 18,690 Transformers Investment Limited(5) - 4,000 Lifostax Proprietary Limited(3) - 800 As at 30 June 66,740 42,863 (1)This loan, which bore interest at 7.5%, was part payment for the investment made by the Group into this entity in the year to 30 June 2018. The loan was converted into an associate investment on 10 August 2017. (2)In April 2017 Bank of China provided the Group with a term loan credit facility of US$77 million for 5 years. This facility has been fully drawn by the Group as at 30 June 2018. The Group has advanced loans amounting in total to 50% of the US$77 million facility to the other investors in the Zambian investment. Each of these loans has a 5- year term, is secured by a suretyship under the terms of the respective loan agreement and has interest charged at a rate of 6- month LIBOR plus 4%. The party has provided their share of the property as security to Bank of China. (3)These loans are unsecured, bear interest at the USD base rate of the South African Reserve Bank + 300 basis points and are repayable 5 years after the drawdown date. (4)Mr Peter Todd, Chairman of the Company, was a non-executive Mauritian resident director of these companies for all or part of the periods during which loans were advanced by the Group to these entities. The total interest receivable by the Group on these loans in the year ended 30 June 2018 was US$0.93 million and in the year ended 30 June 2017 was US$0.08 million. (5)This loan is unsecured, interest-free and repayable within one year from the drawdown date. Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 7. Interest-bearing borrowings US$'000 US$'000 Non-current liabilities At amortised cost 185,051 207,106 Current liabilities At amortised cost 47,959 99,038 233,010 306,144 Currency of the interest-bearing borrowings (stated gross of unamortised loan issue costs) United States Dollars 160,348 189,094 Euros 72,039 115,719 Mozambican Meticais 3,020 2,913 235,407 307,726 Unamortised loan issue costs (2,397) (1,582) As at 30 June 233,010 306,144 Movement for the period Balance at the beginning of the year 161,181 233,010 Proceeds of interest bearing-borrowings - Loans advanced in relation to investment on associates 13,001 - - Other new loans advanced 170,933 145,406 Loan issue costs incurred (2,544) (571) Amortisation of loan issue costs 584 1,386 Foreign currency translation differences 4,574 1,858 Debt settled during the period (114,719) (74,945) As at 30 June 233,010 306,144 Analysis of facilities and loans in issue 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 Lender Initial facility US$'000 US$'000 Financial institutions Standard Bank Mozambique US$10.4m 10,451 10,451 Standard Bank South Africa US$12m - 12,000 Standard Bank South Africa US$38.0m 38,000 38,000 Standard Bank (Mauritius) Limited US$11.7m - 11,047 Bank Unico of Mozambique MZN182.7m 3,020 2,913 Investec South Africa US$15.7m + EUR36m 50,154 48,529 Barclays Bank Mauritius EUR7.4m 7,400 7,374 Barclays Bank Mauritius EUR20m - 19,669 Afrasia Bank Mauritius Revolver 19,312 - Bank of China US$13.3m + US$77m + US$8.5m 52,150 98,260 EUR22.3m + EUR9m + EUR3.2m + State Bank of Mauritius EUR20m 35,725 58,997 Investec Mauritius US$0.5m 528 486 Nedbank South Africa US$5.6m 5,666 - Vendor finance Rockcastle Global Real Estate Limited US$13m 13,001 - Total loans in issue 235,407 307,726 less: unamortised loan issue costs (2,397) (1,582) 233,010 306,144 Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 8. Revenue US$'000 US$'000 Contractual rental income 18,811 27,213 Retail parking income 975 965 Recoverable property expenses 3,086 3,950 Total revenue 22,872 32,128 Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 9. Interest income US$'000 US$'000 Bank interest receivable 13 67 Interest on loans to partners 1,151 3,278 Interest on loans to related parties 66 130 Interest on property deposits paid 532 834 Interest on tenant rental arrears 297 66 2,059 4,375 Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 10. Finance costs US$'000 US$'000 Interest-bearing borrowings - financial institutions 9,401 16,972 Interest-bearing borrowings - vendor loans 776 - Amortisation of loan issue costs 584 1,463 Preference share dividends 220 825 Interest on finance leases 16 (3) Interest on bank overdraft 62 17 Other interest payable 374 386 11,433 19,660 Restated as at As at 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 11. Taxation US$'000 US$'000 Major components of the taxation expense Current taxation (3) 1,519 Deferred taxation (2,913) 3,233 (2,916) 4,752 Reconciliation of the taxation expense Profit before tax (10,351) 30,497 Statutory taxation expense at 15% (all periods) (1,553) 4,574 Tax effect of adjustments to taxable income: - - Non-taxable income (1,684) (3,802) Non-deductible expenditure 131 1,204 Under provision in the previous period - 282 Foreign tax credit 33 (1,328) Deferred tax asset not provided for - 2,101 Investment tax credit - (234) Minimum tax - 42 Tax losses unutilised carried forward 2,449 - Effect of different tax rates (2,290) 1,913 Effective taxation expense at 10.48% (2017: 28.17%) (2,916) 4,752 The Company is subject to income tax at the rate of 15% in Mauritius in accordance with the provisions of the Income Tax Act 1995 as amended. As the Company holds a Category One Global Business License, the Income Tax (Foreign Tax Credit) Regulations 1996 allow for the setting off of any underlying tax, withholding tax or tax sparing credit by the Company against any tax due at the 15% rate. In the absence of evidence of payment of foreign tax, the Company can claim as tax credit (presumed tax credit) an amount equal to 80% of the Mauritius tax chargeable on any foreign-source income. 12. Segmental reporting Condensed consolidated segmental analysis Botswana Morocco Mozambique Zambia Kenya Ghana Mauritius Total Geographical location 30 June 2018 - US$'000 Gross rental income 9,848 15,645 - 1,311 - 5,324 32,128 Straight-line rental income accrual 296 569 - 105 - 140 1,110 Property operating expenses (5,192) (1,973) - (42) - (378) (7,585) Share of profit from Associates - - 13,828 64 83 7,053 21,028 Net property rental and related income 4,952 14,241 13,828 1,438 83 12,139 46,681 Fair value adjustment on investment property 1,704 6,584 - 1,109 - 4,364 13,761 Investment Property vehicles 3,091 92,632 204,560 91,629 25,494 7,960 181,211 606,577 Investment property at fair value 92,632 204,560 - 22,200 - 63,740 383,132 Deposits paid on investment properties - - - - - 11,117 11,117 Investment in associates - - 91,629 3,294 7,960 62,428 165,311 Other investments 3,091 - - - - - 1,063 4,154 Other financial assets - - - - - 42,863 42,863 Corporate Equity Light accommodati investments Hospitality Retail Office industrial on Corporate Total Type of property 30 June 2018 - US$'000 Gross rental income - 4,157 12,586 11,319 2,227 1,839 - 32,128 Straight-line rental income accrual - (0) 597 337 105 71 - 1,110 Property operating expenses - - (5,788) (1,035) (65) (353) (344) (7,585) Share of profit from Associates - 7,053 13,892 83 - - - 21,028 Net property rental and related income - 11,210 21,287 10,704 2,267 1,557 (344) 46,681 Fair value adjustment on investment property - 4,035 (463) 691 1,109 8,389 - 13,761 Investment Property vehicles 3,091 111,330 222,353 148,760 28,700 37,300 55,043 606,577 Investment property at fair value - 48,900 127,432 140,800 28,700 37,300 - 383,132 Deposits paid on investment properties - - - - - - 11,117 11,117 Investment in associates - 62,430 94,921 7,960 - - - 165,311 Equity investments: Available-for-sale 3,091 - - - - - 1,063 4,154 Other financial assets - - - - - 42,863 42,863 30 June 2017 30 June 2018 13. Earnings per share US$'000 US$'000 (Loss)/profit after tax attributable to equity owners of the parent (6,634) 28,562 Weighted average number of shares in issue (net of unvested treasury shares) In issue at start of period 99,004 200,364 Effect of shares issued in the period 10,849 766 Effect of treasury shares acquired in period (58) - Effect of treasury shares vested or allocated in the period - 70 109,795 201,200 Dilutive effect of share options - - 109,795 201,200 Basic earnings / (loss) per share (cents) (6.04) 14.20 Diluted earnings / (loss) per share (cents) (6.04) 14.20 14. Subsequent events - On 31 July 2018, the Company was listed on the London Stock Exchange, raising US$132.2 million of fresh capital through the issue of 102,074,261 shares at a price of US$1.43 per share. - Following the successful capital raise, the Company settled short-term debt facilities with State Bank of Mauritius (US$18.6 million), Barclays Bank Mauritius (US$19.2 million) and BankABC (US$8.5 million). - On the 27 August 2018, the Group concluded the transfer of the 80.1% interest in Acacia Estate, located in Costa do Sol, Maputo Mozambique. The residential complex is tenanted by an International Embassy and leading international petroleum company under long-term leases. The aggregate purchase consideration is USUS$23.5 million and was settled in cash. - On 26 March 2018, Grit announced that it had paid a refundable deposit of USUS$2 million for the acquisition of the CADS II building situated in Accra. The balance of the total consideration for a 50% stake in the Company of US$8.5 million was made in August 2018 and the property is currently under transfer. - On 15 March 2018, Grit signed an agreement to acquire the 5th Avenue Corporate Offices complex in West Cantonments, Accra. The building is tenanted by a blue-chip anchor tenant occupying 53% of the gross lettable area and contributing 58% of the rental stream. The parent company of the second biggest tenant, occupying 34% of the gross leasable area and contributing 30% of the rental income, is a leading owner, operator and developer of wireless and broadcast communication towers and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The aggregate purchase consideration is US$20.5 million. Post year end, the Group made a deposit of US$3.2 million to secure the transfer of the asset and the effective date of this transaction is expected in early October 2018. 15. Restatements For full details of the Groups restatements as previously disclosed, refer to the Company website www.grit.group As at 30 June 2018 16 Distribution calculation(1) US$'000 Basic Earnings attributable to the owners of the parent 28,562 Add Back non cash items: - Straight-line leasing (non-cash rental) (1,110) - Total fair value adjustment on investment properties (5,073) - Fair value adjustments included under income from associates (8,858) - Fair value adjustment on other investments 757 - Fair value adjustment on other financial asset 128 - Fair value adjustment on derivative financial instruments (25) - Unrealised foreign exchange gains or losses (non-cash) (1,103) - Share based payments 282 - Movement in deferred tax 3,247 - Depreciation and amortisation 272 Items added back - Acquisition costs not capitalised 3,480 - Listing and setup costs included in administrative expenses 1,323 Other cash generation - VAT and tax credits utilised 2,856 - Rental concessions for capital projects 693 Brought Forward 81 TOTAL DISTRIBUTABLE EARNINGS 25,512 DISTRIBUTABLE INCOME PER SHARE (US$ cps) 12.19 Shares '000 Weighted average shares in issue 209,280 Distribution declared: Interim US$6.07 cps 12,704 Final (after 30 June) US$6.12 cps 12,808 Distributable income for the period US$12.19 cps 25,512 (1) The distribution calculation is disclosed to provide clarity regarding the final dividend distribution of US$12.19 per share and to reconcile 'Distributable income' to 'Basic Earnings attributable to the owner of the parent'. 17. EPRA earnings and NAV calculations Year ended 30 Year ended 30 EPRA earnings June 2017 June 2018 US$'000 US$'000 EPRA EARNINGS (7,435) 25,745 Basic Earnings per above Add Back: - Total fair value adjustment on investment properties 20,729 (5,073) - Gain from bargain purchase on associates (958) - - Fair value adjustments included under income from associates (4,557) (8,858) - Fair value adjustment on other investments - 757 - Fair value adjustment on other financial asset - 128 - Fair value adjustment on derivative financial instruments (535) (25) - Deferred tax in relation to the above (3,440) 5,981 - Acquisition costs not capitalised 635 3,480 - Non-controlling interest included in basic earnings 801 2,817 EPRA EARNINGS 5,240 24,952 EPRA EARNINGS PER SHARE (DILUTED) 4.77 12.40 Company specific adjustments - Unrealised foreign exchange gains or losses 1,448 (1,103) - Straight-line leasing (non-cash rental) (1,132) (1,110) - Amortisation of Right of use of land (non-cash) 26 44 - Deferred tax in relation to the above 1 (1) Total Company Specific adjustments 343 (2,170) ADJUSTED EPRA EARNINGS 5,583 22,782 ADJUSTED EPRA EARNINGS PER SHARE (DILUTED) 5.08 11.32 Shares '000 Shares '000 Weighted average shares in issue 110,910 209,280 Less: Weighted average treasury shares for the period (3,058) (10,024) Add: Weighed average share awards and shares vested shares in Long term incentive scheme 1,943 1,944 EPRA SHARES 109,795 201,200 Year ended 30 Year ended June 2017 30 June EPRA NAV 2018 US$'000 US$'000 EQUITY ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE OWNERS OF THE COMPANY 258,307 279,383 ADD BACK: Fair value of financial instruments 19 22 Deferred tax from revaluation of properties 16,971 20,791 EPRA NAV 275,297 300,197 EPRA NAV PER SHARE (cents per share) 137.4 145.7 Shares '000 Shares '000 Total shares in issue 208,514 214,022 Less: Treasury shares for the period (10,093) (9,941) Add: Share awards and shares vested shares in Long term incentive scheme 1,943 1,943 EPRA SHARES 200,364 206,025 Year ended 30 Year ended 30 18. Adjusted administration expenses June 2017 June 2018 US$'000 US$'000 Adjusted administration expenses 6,810 7,951 Administrative expenses (including corporate structuring costs) 7,900 14,653 Less Admin expenses (non-controlling interest) (63) (1,929) Less Acquisition and setup costs (1,027) (4,773) Year ended 30 Year ended 30 June 2017 June 2018 19. Headlines earnings per share (1) US$'000 US$'000 Reconciliation of basic earnings and headline earnings Basic earnings (6,634) 28,562 Fair value adjustments on investment property 20,499 (13,761) Deferred taxation on investment property revaluation (3,580) 5,979 Gain from bargain purchase (958) - Fair value adjustment on other investments - 757 Fair value adjustment on other financial asset - 128 Fair value adjustment on derivative financial instruments (535) (25) Share of fair value adjustment on investment property accounted by associate 4,557 8,858 Share-based payment expense 133 282 Headline earnings attributable to shareholders 13,482 30,780 Number of shares in issue at interim 111,787,042 208,514,261 Number of shares in issue at year end 208,514,261 214,022,425 Weighted average number of shares * 109,794,974 201,200,481 Earnings per share (6.04) 14.20 Basic and diluted earnings per share (cents) (6.04) 14.20 Headline diluted earnings per share (cents) 12.28 15.30 * There are no dilutionary instruments in issue (1) The JSE Listings Requirements require the calculation of headline earnings and disclosure of a detailed reconciliation of headline earnings to the earnings numbers used in the calculation of basic earnings per share in accordance with the requirements of IAS 33 - Earnings per Share. Disclosure of headline earnings is not a requirement of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). In calculating headline earnings per share, headline earnings exclude fair value adjustments for financial liabilities and accounting adjustments required to account for lease income on a straight-line basis, as well as other non-cash accounting adjustments that do not affect distributable earnings. OTHER NOTES The abridged audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2018 have been prepared in accordance with the measurement and recognition requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS"), the JSE Listings Requirements, the LSE Listing Rules, the SEM Listing Rules and the requirements of the Mauritian Companies Act 2001 and the method of computation followed per the abridged audited financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2018. The Group is required to publish financial results for the year ended 30 June 2018 in terms of Listing Rule 12.14 of the SEM, the JSE Listing Requirements and the LSE Listing Rules. The Directors are not aware of any matters or circumstances arising subsequent to the year ended 30 June 2018 that require any additional disclosure or adjustment to the financial statements. These abridged audited consolidated financial statements were approved by the Board on 26 September 2018. BDO & Co and PricewaterhouseCoopers have issued their unqualified audit opinion on the Group's financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2018. Copies of the abridged audited consolidated financial statements, and the statement of direct and indirect interests of each officer of the Company pursuant to rule 8(2)(m) of the Securities (Disclosure Obligations of Reporting Issuers) Rules 2007, are available free of charge, upon request at the Company's registered address. Contact Person: Kesaven Moothoosamy. Following a successful capital raise, UK institutional investors now make up 12% of Grit's shareholder base on the LSE, with the balance held on the JSE (50%) and SEM (38%). Top five shareholders for Grit as at 31 August 2018 are as follows: Anchor shareholders (amp;gt;5%) % Government Employees Pension Fund (PIC) 28% New UK Institutional Investors 12% Drive In Trading Limited 8% Delta Property Fund 8% Transformers Investment Ltd 6% Management & Staff 5% Final dividend declaration Shareholders are advised that dividend number 9 of US$ 6.12 cents per share for the six months ended 30 June 2018 has been approved and declared by the Board of the Company on 26 September 2018. The source of the cash dividend is from rental income and cum-dividend reserve. Salient dates and times For shareholders on the Mauritian Register Announcement of cash dividend on JSE, SEM and LSE Wednesday, 26 September 2018 Announcement of US$ to Rand conversion rate released on SEM website by no later than 13:00 Tuesday, 9 October 2018 Last date to trade cum dividend Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Shares trade ex-dividend Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Record date of dividend on the SEM Friday, 19 October 2018 Payment date of dividend Friday, 16 November 2018 Notes 1. All dates and times quoted above are local dates and times in Mauritius. The above dates and times are subject to change. Any changes will be released on the SEM website. 2. No dematerialisation or rematerialisation of share certificates may take place between Wednesday, 17 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. 3. No transfer of shares between sub-registers in Mauritius, South Africa and the UK may take place between Tuesday, 9 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. For shareholders on the South African Register Announcement of cash dividend on JSE, SEM and LSE Wednesday, 26 September 2018 Announcement of US$ to Rand conversion rate released on SENS by no later than 11:00 Tuesday, 9 October 2018 Last date to trade cum dividend Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Shares trade ex-dividend Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Record date of dividend on the JSE Friday, 19 October 2018 Payment date of dividend Friday, 16 November 2018 Notes 1. All dates and times quoted above are local dates and times in South Africa. The above dates and times are subject to change. Any changes will be released on SENS. 2. No dematerialisation or rematerialisation of share certificates may take place between Wednesday, 17 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive 3. No transfer of shares between sub-registers in Mauritius, South Africa and the UK may take place between Tuesday, 9 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. 4. Shareholders on the South African sub-register will receive dividends in South African Rand, based on the exchange rate to be obtained by the Company on or before Tuesday, 9 October 2018. A further announcement in this regard will be made on Tuesday, 9 October 2018. For shareholders on the UK Register Announcement of cash dividend on JSE, SEM and LSE Wednesday, 26 September 2018 Announcement of US$ to Rand conversion rate released on the Regulatory Information Service of the LSE by no later than 10:00 Tuesday, 9 October 2018 Last date to trade cum dividend Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Shares trade ex-dividend Thursday, 18 October 2018 Record date of dividend on the LSE Friday, 19 October 2018 Last date for receipt of currency election forms Friday, 19 October 2018 Payment date of dividend Friday, 16 November 2018 Notes 1. All dates and times quoted above are local dates and times in the UK. The above dates and times are subject to change. Any changes will be released on the Regulatory Information Service of the LSE. 2. No dematerialisation or rematerialisation of share certificates may take place between Wednesday, 17 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive 3. No transfer of shares between sub-registers in Mauritius, South Africa and the UK may take place between Tuesday, 9 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. 4. Shareholders on the UK sub-register will receive dividends in US$. However, shareholders can elect to have dividends paid in sterling (GBP) and the option to elect a sterling dividend payment for this dividend will be available to shareholders until Friday, 19 October 2018 (the "Election Date"). 5. Further details together with a copy of the Dividend Currency Election Form, which should be sent to Link Asset Services, The Registry, 34 Beckham Road, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 4TU when completed, will be available on the Company's website shortly at http://grit.group/. CREST shareholders must elect via CREST. In terms of the JSE Listings Requirements regarding Dividends Tax, the following information is only of direct application to shareholders on the South African share register, as the dividend is regarded as a foreign dividend for shareholders on the South African register: - the final dividend is subject to South African Dividends Tax; - the local dividend tax rate is 20%; - there is no withholding tax payable in Mauritius; - the number of ordinary shares in issue is 306 396 035 and - the Mauritian income tax reference number of the Company is 27331528. Date: 26/09/2018 08:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. 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Dividend Declaration GRIT REAL ESTATE INCOME GROUP LIMITED (Registered by continuation in the Republic of Mauritius) (Registration number: C128881 C1/GBL) LSE share code: GR1T SEM share code: DEL.N0000 JSE share code: GTR ISIN: MU0473N00036 ("Grit" or the "Company") DIVIDEND DECLARATION Shareholders are advised that dividend number 9 of US$ 6.12 cents per share for the six months ended 30 June 2018 has been approved and declared by the Board of the Company on 25 September 2018. The source of the cash dividend is from rental income and cum-dividend reserve. Salient dates and times For shareholders on the Mauritian Register Wednesday, 26 September 2018 Announcement of cash dividend on JSE, SEM and LSE Announcement of US$ to Rand conversion rate released on SEM website Tuesday, 9 October 2018 by no later than 13:00 Last date to trade cum dividend Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Shares trade ex-dividend Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Record date of dividend on the SEM Friday, 19 October 2018 Payment date of dividend Friday, 16 November 2018 Notes 1. All dates and times quoted above are local dates and times in Mauritius. The above dates and times are subject to change. Any changes will be released on the SEM website. 2. No dematerialisation or rematerialisation of share certificates may take place between Wednesday, 17 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. 3. No transfer of shares between sub-registers in Mauritius, South Africa and the UK may take place between Tuesday, 9 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. For shareholders on the South African Register Announcement of cash dividend on JSE, SEM and LSE Wednesday, 26 September 2018 Announcement of US$ to Rand conversion rate released on SENS by no Tuesday, 9 October 2018 later than 11:00 Last date to trade cum dividend Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Shares trade ex-dividend Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Record date of dividend on the JSE Friday, 19 October 2018 Payment date of dividend Friday, 16 November 2018 Notes 1. All dates and times quoted above are local dates and times in South Africa. The above dates and times are subject to change. Any changes will be released on SENS. 2. No dematerialisation or rematerialisation of share certificates may take place between Wednesday, 17 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive 3. No transfer of shares between sub-registers in Mauritius, South Africa and the UK may take place between Tuesday, 9 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. 4. Shareholders on the South African sub-register will receive dividends in South African Rand, based on the exchange rate to be obtained by the Company on or before Tuesday, 9 October 2018. A further announcement in this regard will be made on Tuesday, 9 October 2018. For shareholders on the UK Register Announcement of cash dividend on JSE, SEM and LSE Wednesday, 26 September 2018 Announcement of US$ to Rand conversion rate released on the Regulatory Tuesday, 9 October 2018 Information Service of the LSE by no later than 10:00 Last date to trade cum dividend Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Shares trade ex-dividend Thursday, 18 October 2018 Record date of dividend on the LSE Friday, 19 October 2018 Last date for receipt of currency election forms Friday, 19 October 2018 Payment date of dividend Friday, 16 November 2018 Notes 1. All dates and times quoted above are local dates and times in the UK. The above dates and times are subject to change. Any changes will be released on the Regualtory Information Service of the LSE. 2. No dematerialisation or rematerialisation of share certificates may take place between Wednesday, 17 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive 3. No transfer of shares between sub-registers in Mauritius, South Africa and the UK may take place between Tuesday, 9 October 2018 and Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. 4. Shareholders on the UK sub-register will receive dividends in US$. However, shareholders can elect to have dividends paid in sterling (GBP) and the option to elect a sterling dividend payment for this dividend will be available to shareholders until Friday, 19 October 2018 (the "Election Date"). 5. Further details together with a copy of the Dividend Currency Election Form, which should be sent to Link Asset Services, The Registry, 34 Beckenham Road, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 4TU when completed, will be available on the Company's website shortly at http://grit.group/. CREST shareholders must elect via CREST. In terms of the JSE Listings Requirements regarding Dividends Tax, the following information is only of direct application to shareholders on the South African share register, as the dividend is regarded as a foreign dividend for shareholders on the South African register: - the final dividend is subject to South African Dividends Tax; - the local dividend tax rate is 20%; - there is no withholding tax payable in Mauritius; - the number of ordinary shares in issue is 306 396 035 and - the Mauritian income tax reference number of the Company is 27331528. By Order of the Board 26 September 2018 For further information please contact: SEM Authorised Representative and Sponsor: Perigeum Capital JSE Sponsor: PSG Capital UK Financial Adviser: finnCap Grit Real Estate Income Group Limited Bronwyn Corbett, Chief Executive Officer +230 269 7090 Leon van de Moortele, Chief Financial Officer +230 269 7090 finnCap Ltd - UK Financial Adviser William Marle / Scott Mathieson / Matthew Radley (Corporate Finance) +44 20 7220 5000 Mark Whitfeld (Sales) +44 20 3772 4697 Monica Tepes (Research) +44 20 3772 4698 Citigate Dewe Rogerson - Financial PR Jos Bieneman / David Westover / Ellen Wilton +44 20 7638 9571 Perigeum Capital Ltd - SEM authorised representative and sponsor Shamin A. Sookia +230 402 0894 Kesaven Moothoosamy +230 402 0898 PSG Capital - JSE Sponsor and Corporate Adviser David Tosi +27 21 887 9602 Directors: Peter Todd+ (Chairman), Bronwyn Corbett (Chief Executive Officer)*, Leon van de Moortele (Chief Financial Officer)*, Ian Macleod+, Paul Huberman+, Matshepo More, Nomzamo Radebe and Catherine McIlraith+ (* executive director) (+ independent non-executive director) Company secretary: Intercontinental Fund Services Limited Registered address: Level 5, Alexander House, 35 Cybercity, Ebène, 72201, Mauritius Transfer secretary (South Africa): Computershare Investor Services Proprietary Limited Registrar and transfer agent (Mauritius): Intercontinental Secretarial Services Limited Corporate advisor and JSE sponsor: PSG Capital Proprietary Limited Sponsoring Broker: Axys Stockbroking Ltd SEM authorised representative and sponsor: Perigeum Capital Ltd This notice is issued pursuant to the LSE Listing Rules, JSE Listings Requirements, SEM Listing Rule 11.3 and the Mauritian Securities Act 2005. The Board of the Company accepts full responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this communiqué. Date: 26/09/2018 08:01:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Availability Of Audited Abridged Consolidated Financial Statements For The Year Ended 30 June 2018 GRIT REAL ESTATE INCOME GROUP LIMITED (Registered by continuation in the Republic of Mauritius) (Registration number: C128881 C1/GBL) LSE share code: GR1T SEM share code: DEL.N0000 JSE share code: GTR ISIN: MU0473N00036 ("Grit" or the "Company") AVAILABILITY OF AUDITED ABRIDGED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2018 The Board wishes to inform the shareholders of Grit and the general public that the audited abridged consolidated financial statements of the Company for the year ended 30 June 2018 have been published and can be viewed on the Company's website (http://grit.group/financial-results/). By order of the Board 26 September 2018 For further information please contact: SEM Authorised Representative and Sponsor: Perigeum Capital JSE Sponsor: PSG Capital UK Financial Adviser: finnCap Grit Real Estate Income Group Limited Bronwyn Corbett, Chief Executive Officer +230 269 7090 Leon van de Moortele, Chief Financial Officer +230 269 7090 finnCap Ltd - UK Financial Adviser William Marle / Scott Mathieson / Matthew Radley (Corporate Finance) +44 20 7220 5000 Mark Whitfeld (Sales) +44 20 3772 4697 Monica Tepes (Research) +44 20 3772 4698 Citigate Dewe Rogerson - Financial PR Jos Bieneman / David Westover / Ellen Wilton +44 20 7638 9571 Perigeum Capital Ltd - SEM authorised representative and sponsor Shamin A. Sookia +230 402 0894 Kesaven Moothoosamy +230 402 0898 PSG Capital - JSE Sponsor and Corporate Adviser David Tosi +27 21 887 9602 Directors: Peter Todd+ (Chairman), Bronwyn Corbett (Chief Executive Officer)*, Leon van de Moortele (Chief Financial Officer)*, Ian Macleod+, Paul Huberman+, Matshepo More, Nomzamo Radebe and Catherine McIlraith+ (* executive director) (+ independent non-executive director) Company secretary: Intercontinental Fund Services Limited Registered address: Level 5, Alexander House, 35 Cybercity, Ebène, 72201, Mauritius Transfer secretary (South Africa): Computershare Investor Services Proprietary Limited Registrar and transfer agent (Mauritius): Intercontinental Secretarial Services Limited Corporate advisor and JSE sponsor: PSG Capital Proprietary Limited Sponsoring Broker: Axys Stockbroking Ltd SEM authorised representative and sponsor: Perigeum Capital Ltd This notice is issued pursuant to the LSE Listing Rules, JSE Listings Requirements, SEM Listing Rules 11.3 and 12.14 and Rule 5(1) of the Securities (Disclosure Obligations of Reporting Issuers) Rules 2007. The board of directors of the Company accepts full responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this communiqué. Date: 26/09/2018 08:02:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Listing of Additional Securities-STX500 SATRIX COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEME Satrix S&P 500 Feeder Portfolio JSE code: STX500 ISIN code: ZAE000246641 ("SATRIX500" or "STX500") A portfolio in the Satrix Collective Investment Scheme, registered as such in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002 LISTING OF ADDITIONAL SATRIX500 SECURITIES SATRIX500 has issued and listed an additional 100 000 securities with effect from the commencement of business today, at an issue price of approximately R41.15 per security. Following the listing of the 100 000 securities, there will be 9 074 051 SATRIX500 securities in issue. 26 September 2018 Vunani Corporate Finance Sponsor Date: 26/09/2018 08:00:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Fox Street 1 (RF) Limited Delisting announcement Fox Street 1 (RF) Limited (Registration Number 2012/219346/07) Delisting announcement Noteholders are advised of the Delisting of the below notes effective 25 September 2018: Delisting Amount Amount Outstanding After Delisting FS1A5 - ZAG000109448 R 447,239,555.00 R 0.00 FS1B1 - ZAG000109455 R 130,000,000.00 R 0.00 FS1C1 - ZAG000109463 R 65,000,000.00 R 0.00 FS1D1 - ZAG000109471 R 35,000,000.00 R 0.00 Date: 25 September 2018 Sponsor: Investec Bank Limited Date: 26/09/2018 07:05:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.

Unaudited Financial Results For The 6 Months Ended 31 August 2018 Capitec Bank Holdings Limited Registration number: 1999/025903/06 Registered bank controlling company Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa JSE ordinary share code: CPI ISIN code: ZAE000035861 JSE preference share code: CPIP ISIN code: ZAE000083838 ("Capitec" or "the Company" or "the Group") Unaudited financial results for the 6 months ended 31 August 2018 +20% to 2 128 cents Headline earnings per share +20% to R2.461 billion Headline earnings +20% to 630 cents Interim dividend per share 27% Return on equity 10.5m Active clients 25% Transaction volume growth Key performance indicators IFRS 9 6 months ended adjusted Year ended August Change % 1 March(1) February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 2018 Profitability Interest income(2) R'm 7 606 7 759 (2) 15 474 Net loan fee and insurance income(3) R'm 693 640 8 1 380 Total lending, investment and insurance income(2) R'm 8 299 8 399 (1) 16 854 Interest expense R'm (2 187) (2 015) 9 (4 184) Net lending, investment and insurance income(2) R'm 6 112 6 384 (4) 12 670 Net transaction fee income R'm 3 147 2 386 32 5 127 Other R'm 25 18 39 (1) Income from operations(2) R'm 9 284 8 788 6 17 796 Net provision for doubtful debts charge(2) R'm (2 542) (2 811) (10) (5 280) Net income R'm 6 742 5 977 13 12 516 Income from associates R'm 9 - 3 Operating expenses R'm (3 500) (3 156) 11 (6 364) Income before tax R'm 3 251 2 821 15 6 155 Tax(3) R'm (792) (767) 3 (1 685) Preference dividend R'm (5) (7) (29) (12) Earnings attributable to ordinary shareholders Basic R'm 2 454 2 047 20 4 458 Headline R'm 2 461 2 046 20 4 461 Net transaction fee income to net income % 47 40 41 Net transaction fee income to operating expenses % 90 76 81 Cost-to-income ratio(2) % 38 36 36 Return on ordinary shareholders equity % 27 26 27 Earnings per share Attributable cents 2 122 1 770 20 3 855 Headline cents 2 128 1 769 20 3 858 Diluted attributable cents 2 118 1 765 20 3 843 Diluted headline cents 2 124 1 764 20 3 846 Dividends per share Interim cents 630 525 20 525 Final cents 945 Total cents 1 470 Dividend cover x 2.6 Assets Net loans and advances R'm 41 888 40 619 3 40 927 41 814 Financial investments(4) R'm 46 169 36 210 28 39 387 39 400 Available-for-sale financial assets R'm 100 102 (2) 100 Other R'm 4 030 3 749 7 3 139 Current income tax asset R'm - 52 - 107 Deferred income tax asset R'm 1 438 404 1 168 397 Total assets R'm 93 625 81 136 15 84 957 Liabilities Retail deposits and wholesale funding R'm 71 983 62 406 15 64 030 Other R'm 2 022 1 600 26 2 447 2 035 Total liabilities R'm 74 005 64 006 16 66 065 Equity Shareholders' funds R'm 19 620 17 130 15 18 244 18 892 Capital adequacy ratio % 36 35 36 Net asset value per ordinary share cents 16 876 14 695 15 16 241 Share price cents 100 275 90 050 11 83 246 Market capitalisation R'm 115 945 104 122 11 96 255 Number of shares in issue '000 115 627 115 627 115 627 Share options Number outstanding '000 691 837 (17) 777 Number outstanding to shares in issue % 0.6 0.7 0.7 Average strike price cents 48 795 37 950 29 38 561 Average time to maturity months 23 23 19 Operations Branches 832 811 3 826 Employees 13 710 13 532 1 13 333 Active clients '000 10 522 9 184 15 9 868 ATMs and DNRs Own 1 987 1 775 12 1 895 Partnership 2 925 2 506 17 2 750 Total 4 912 4 281 15 4 645 Capital expenditure R'm 457 467 (2) 829 Credit sales Value of credit card disbursements/drawdowns R'm 2 686 1 742 54 3 949 Value of term loans advanced R'm 12 000 12 397 (3) 24 343 Value of total loans advanced R'm 14 686 14 139 4 28 292 Number of total loans advanced(5) '000 2 354 1 871 26 3 947 Average of total credit card disbursements/drawdowns R 1 910 2 521 (24) 2 296 Average of total term loans advanced R 12 667 10 504 21 10 934 Average of total loans advanced R 6 239 7 556 (17) 7 168 Credit book Gross loans and advances R'm 51 359 46 544 10 47 642 47 642 Up-to-date Stage 1 R'm 39 641 40 764 6 37 165 41 674 Up-to-date with SICR Stage 2 R'm 3 485 4 401 Total up-to-date R'm 43 126 40 764 6 41 566 41 674 Arrears - Up to 1 month in arrears Stage 2 R'm 911 1 358 (33) 1 003 1 003 Arrears - 2 and 3 months in arrears Stage 3 R'm 1 517 1 140 33 1 697 1 697 Total arrears up to 3 months R'm 2 428 2 498 (3) 2 700 2 700 Application for debt review within 6 months Stage 3 R'm 70 108 Up-to-date that rescheduled from up-to-date (not yet rehabilitated(6)) Stage 3 R'm 963 1 049 (8) 1 085 1 085 Up-to-date that rescheduled from arrears (not yet rehabilitated(6)) Stage 3 R'm 1 373 1 396 (2) 1 277 1 277 Total up-to-date that rescheduled (not yet rehabilitated(6)) R'm 2 336 2 445 (4) 2 362 2 362 More than 3 months in arrears and legal status Stage 3 R'm 3 001 Expected recoveries receivable Stage 3 R'm 398 837 (52) 906 906 Total provision for doubtful debts R'm 9 471 5 925 60 6 715 5 828 Net loans and advances R'm 41 888 40 619 3 40 927 41 814 Total provision for doubtful debts to Stage 3 (excluding expected recoveries receivable) and Stage 2 (up to 1 month in arrears) coverage % 121 120 130 115 Total provision for doubtful debts to Stage 3 (excluding expected recoveries receivable) and Stage 2 (including SICR) coverage % 84 70 Repayments R'm 18 322 17 116 7 35 974 Gross provision for doubtful debts charge(2) R'm 3 333 3 395 (2) 6 560 Bad debts recovered R'm 791 584 35 1 280 Net provision for doubtful debts charge(2) R'm 2 542 2 811 (10) 5 280 Net provision for doubtful debts charge(2) to average gross loans and advances % 5.1 6.1 11.4 Total lending and insurance income (excluding investment income)(2)(7) R'm 6 998 7 378 (5) 15 008 Net provision for doubtful debt charge(2) to total lending and insurance income (excluding investment income)(7) % 36.3 38.1 35.2 Retail deposits and wholesale funding Wholesale funding R'm 5 769 7 005 (18) 6 206 Retail call savings R'm 41 048 33 523 22 34 909 Retail fixed savings R'm 25 166 21 878 15 22 915 (1) Transition to IFRS 9 � Financial Instruments on 1 March 2018. The figures as at 28 February 2018 were adjusted accordingly. Please refer to the audited transitional report on our website that illustrates the impact of implementing IFRS 9 on 1 March 2018. (https://resources.capitecbank.co.za/Capitec_-_IFRS9_transitional_report.pdf) (2) In the current period, under IFRS 9, interest income and net provision for doubtful debts charge are recognised on a net basis for all loans classified as Stage 3 (R442 million for period end August 2018). Refer to table 2: IFRS 9 income recognition impact (3) Insurance profit is received from the cell captives as a dividend after tax. The tax expense on insurance profit is included in net insurance income and deducted from the tax expense line for the period ended August 2018: R142 million (August 2017: R109 million, February 2018: R245 million) (4) Cash, cash equivalents, money market funds, term deposits and other financial investments (5) Includes credit card. For the number of loans advanced, a month in which the credit card is utilised is counted (6) Not rehabilitated - Clients are deemed to be rehabilitated once they have made contractual payments for 6 consecutive months. Once rehabilitated, the loan is classified as up-to-date (7) Interest received on loans, initiation fees, monthly service fee and net insurance income Strong client growth drives performance Our focus on delivering simple, affordable, accessible solutions through personal service to our clients, and unlocking the full potential of our team, generates shareholder value and improves clients' financial lives. We continuously improve efficiencies to ensure clients receive the best service and are able to be in control of their money. We attracted 109 000 additional active clients every month for the last 6 months. Our digital innovation remains focused on offering clients convenience and security. Self-service banking transactions (including the banking app; internet banking; unstructured supplementary service data or USSD, which is mostly used by clients who do not have smart phones; in-branch self-service terminals and dual note recyclers) have increased in volume by 27% to 295 million at the end of August 2018 (August 2017: 231 million). For the 6 month period ended August 2018, 146 million transactions had been performed via our banking app. The app was used by 1.8 million clients � an increase of 62% from August 2017. Continuous refinements to our credit strategy resulted in an improvement in the quality of the loan book. Arrears up to 3 months decreased by 10% and bad debts recovered increased by 14% for the 6 months since 1 March 2018. We have expanded our product offering and introduced funeral insurance from 21 May 2018. The performance to date is in line with expectations and we are pleased with the market acceptance. Earnings up 20% Client centricity and a team dedicated to operating efficiently has resulted in a return on equity of 27%. Headline earnings increased by 20% to R2.46 billion for the period ended August 2018 from R2.05 billion for the comparative 6 month period ended August 2017. Net transaction fee income growth of 32% Net transaction fee income (non-lending) increased from R2.4 billion to R3.1 billion. Net transaction fee income now comprises 47% of total net income and covers 90% of operating expenses. Total transactional volume, including self-service banking transactions, increased by 25% due to increased usage and a 15% increase in active clients. Of all possible transactions that can be performed in a branch or through self-service banking channels, clients elected to perform 84% through self-service banking channels for the 6 month period ended August 2018 (August 2017: 74%). Self-service banking increases efficiency, saving our clients time and money. Conservative lending growth The value of loan sales grew by 4% compared to the period ended 31 August 2017. The net loan book growth of 3% is in line with sales growth. Our credit granting strategy resulted in loan sales with a product term between 73 and 84 months increasing by 121%, and loan sales with a product term between 1 and 12 months decreasing by 10%. Credit card sales increased by 54% with the lowest credit card interest rate now being 10% per annum. As shown in table 2 below, the 1% increase in total lending and insurance income, excluding investment income, on a gross basis, is driven by sales of longer-term loans with lower interest rates. In the prior period, we communicated improvements to our credit solution. Last year we strengthened our credit solution to allow clients to choose either the amount that suits their purpose, monthly instalments that suit their cash flow or an option that gives them the best interest rate. The stricter granting criteria applied since the prior period also resulted in extending loans to better quality clients. We continue to improve our understanding of clients� behaviour and risk profiles. This allows us to price loans accordingly and achieve a healthier, more sustainable loan book. Improved quality credit book, prudent provisioning retained August 2018 compared to August 2017 The total up-to-date book growth was 6% from 31 August 2017. The arrears loan book at 31 August 2017 can be compared to loans up to 3 months in arrears on 31 August 2018. Total arrears up to 3 months decreased by 3%. The coverage of total provision for doubtful debts to Stage 3 (excluding expected recoveries receivables) and Stage 2 (up to 1 month in arrears) is comparable to the prior year coverage ratio of provision for doubtful debts to arrears and all reschedules within 6 months. In the current period, this coverage was 121% compared to 120% in the prior period. We continue to be prudent in our approach to provisioning. August 2018 compared to 1 March 2018 The up-to-date book growth was 7% from 1 March 2018. Up-to-date loans with a significant increase in credit risk (SICR) decreased by 21% from 1 March 2018 to 31 August 2018. This was due to improved behaviour scores and maintaining a strict credit granting strategy during this reporting period. Loans up to 1 month in arrears decreased by 9% and loans 2 and 3 months in arrears decreased by 11% from 1 March 2018 to 31 August 2018. Up-to-date loans that rescheduled from up-to-date (not yet rehabilitated) decreased by 11% and loans that rescheduled from arrears (not yet rehabilitated) increased by 8% when compared to 1 March 2018. The improved up-to-date, SICR and loans up to 3 months in arrears is a direct result of the credit granting strategy applied. The improved quality of the book and better behaviour scores of clients in arrears have resulted in more clients being approved for rescheduling, according to our policy, during the last 6 months. This is due to improved performance of loans that rescheduled, rehabilitated and rolled back into up-to-date. The coverage of total provision for doubtful debts to Stage 3 (excluding expected recoveries receivables) and Stage 2 (up to 1 month in arrears) decreased from 130% at 1 March 2018 to 121% at 31 August 2018. This is largely due to the change in our write-off policy, as discussed in the IFRS 9 section below. IFRS 9 We prepare financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). IFRS 9 is the revised accounting standard for financial instruments and was implemented to address perceived deficiencies that were believed to have contributed to the magnitude of the financial crisis of 2008. The new provision model under IFRS 9 addresses criticism of the provision models previously used, which only recognised credit losses once incurred. Under IFRS 9, however, credit losses are recognised on default events projected over the next 12 months or over the lifetime of the asset. Application of this new standard enhances consistency across credit providers� financial statements and disclosures. We transitioned to IFRS 9 on 1 March 2018. We announced the publication of the audited IFRS 9 � Financial Instruments Transitional Report as at 1 March 2018 on SENS on 16 August 2018. The report can be viewed at https://resources.capitecbank.co.za/Capitec_-_IFRS9_transitional_report.pdf. The report illustrates the impact, provisioning methodology and revised accounting policies following the implementation of IFRS 9. As previously disclosed, the final impact on the retained earnings opening balance on 1 March 2018 was R900 million pre-tax, and R648 million post-tax. The 6 month period ended 31 August 2018 is the first period during which the IFRS 9 provision methodology was applied. Comparative information was not restated, as permitted by IFRS 9. Loans previously written off were not written back. By 31 August 2018, a large portion of loans more than 3 months in arrears had not yet been handed over or written off due to the change in accounting write-off policy. This has resulted in a build-up of loans on balance sheet that are more than 3 months in arrears, with an appropriate provision at 31 August 2018. Previously, these loans were written off. Table 1 below shows the proportionate change in write-off and appropriate provision raised under IFRS 9 compared with the prior period. Table 1 6 months ended August Change % August 2018 2017 2018/ Net provision for doubtful debts charge IFRS 9 Illustrative 2017 Net Gross Difference Net Gross Bad debts written off R'm 1 029 1 029 - 3 400 (70) (70) Movement in provision for doubtful debts charge R'm 2 304 2 746 442 (5) Gross provision for doubtful debts charge R'm 3 333 3 775 442 3 395 (2) 11 Bad debts recovered R'm 791 791 - 584 35 35 Net provision for doubtful debts charge R'm 2 542 2 984 442 2 811 (10) 6 Under IFRS 9, once a loan rolls into Stage 3, the interest is recognised after deducting the related provision charge. On a gross basis (illustrative), the total provision for doubtful debts charge (bad debts written off and movement in provision) increased by 11% on a 10% growth in gross loans and advances in the current period. The impact on interest and provision for doubtful debt charge on a gross, and net basis and the effect on related key performance indicators, are presented in table 2 below: Table 2 6 months ended August Change % August 2018 2017 2018/ IFRS 9 income recognition impact IFRS 9 Illustrative 2017 Net Gross Difference Net Gross Interest income R'm 7 606 8 048 442 7 759 (2) 4 Total lending, investment and insurance income R'm 8 299 8 741 442 8 399 (1) 4 Net lending, investment and insurance income R'm 6 112 6 554 442 6 384 (4) 3 Total lending and insurance income (excluding investment income) R'm 6 998 7 440 442 7 378 (5) 1 Net provision for doubtful debts charge R'm 2 542 2 984 442 2 811 (10) 6 Earnings attributable to ordinary shareholders Basic R'm 2 454 2 454 - 2 047 20 20 Headline R'm 2 461 2 461 - 2 046 20 20 Cost-to-income ratio % 38 36 36 R66 billion in retail deposits The total retail deposits increased to R66 billion by the end of August 2018 (August 2017: R55 billion). Retail call savings increased by 22% and retail fixed savings by 15%. The consistent, growth within the current period is confirmation of continnued brand confidence from retail depositors. Wholesale funding decreased by 18%, to R5.8 billion (August 2017: R7.0 billion). The requirement for wholesale funding is low as loan growth was moderate in relation to fixed-term retail deposits and internal capital generation growth. Strong support from the market was again confirmed during our bond issuance in May 2018 where we received bids totalling R1.9 billion versus R500 million that was required and issued. Robust capital and low liquidity risk retained Our capital adequacy ratio was 36% at 31 August 2018. Should we re-allocate funds in the investment portfolio to lower-risk-weighted government instruments, the ratio could be increased by 4%. The bank is well positioned for growth from a capital perspective. At 31 August 2018, our liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) was 1 923% and our net stable funding ratio (NSFR) was 205%. These market-leading ratios are the result of our conservatism when managing liquidity. Credit ratings S&P affirmed all of the credit ratings of Capitec Bank on 13 September 2018. The long-term global rating is 'BB' and the short-term global rating is 'B'. The outlook is stable. The South African national scale ratings are affirmed as 'zaAA' long term and 'zaA-1+' short term. Our global long-term rating is the same as the sovereign rating as well as those of other large South African banks. Cost of operations up 11% Our operating costs increased from R3.2 billion to R3.5 billion in the current period. Our cost-to-income ratio remained at 36% on an illustrative gross basis (38% under IFRS 9) comparative to the 6 month period last year. Growth in staff, branches and investment in our IT infrastructure are the main drivers for the increase in costs. The client growth created job oppurtunities and 377 employees have joined our team since February 2018. We hire for potential and train for competence, which resulted in more learning and training interventions over the past 6 months. The investment in IT infrastructure, increased up-take of self-service banking and more branch staff, unlocks the capacity to cross-sell and ensures our clients receive the best personal service. We make use of cell captives for insurance and receive the profits in the cell captives after tax in the form of dividends. In the current period, the tax attributable to the profits on cell captives of R142 million was deducted from the net insurance income line as opposed to including it in the total tax expense line. This has resulted in the effective tax rate decreasing to 24.3% for the current period. Prospects We plan to expand our product offering to include business banking. This may include the acquisition of Mercantile Bank Holdings Limited, for which we submitted a formal bid on 31 August 2018. We await the outcome. We completed the 2nd tranche investment in Cream Finance Holdings Limited (Creamfinance) which included existing shareholders exercising their option on 10 September 2018. This takes our shareholding to 40.25%. The 3rd tranche is expected to be invested early in the next financial year. Our 2020 financial year strategy and budget review started earlier this month and will factor in the implementation of IFRS 16, which is effective from 1 March 2019. IFRS 16 impacts operating leases whereby a lessee is required to recognise a leased asset for the right of use and a related liability as the present value of future lease payments. Our branches and ATM operating lease arrangements will be affected from 1 March 2019 under the new accounting standard. Interim dividend The directors declared a gross interim dividend for the 6 months ended 31 August 2018 of 630 cents per ordinary share (31 August 2017: 525 cents) on Tuesday, 25 September 2018. The dividend will be paid on Monday, 22 October 2018. There are 115 626 991 ordinary shares in issue. The dividend meets the definition of a dividend in terms of the Income Tax Act (Act 58 of 1962). The dividend amount, net of South African dividend tax of 20%, is 504 cents per share. The distribution is made from income reserves. Capitec's tax reference number is 9405376840. Last day to trade cum dividend Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Trading ex-dividend commences Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Record date Friday, 19 October 2018 Payment date Monday, 22 October 2018 Share certificates may not be dematerialised or rematerialised from Wednesday, 17 October 2018 to Friday, 19 October 2018, both days inclusive. On behalf of the board Riaan Stassen Gerrie Fourie Chairman Chief executive officer Stellenbosch 26 September 2018 Summarised consolidated statement of financial position Unaudited Unaudited Six months Audited August August August February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 Notes R'm R'm % R'm Assets Cash, cash equivalents and money market funds 28 988 23 906 21 25 091 Financial investments* 12 186 6 701 82 11 781 Term deposit investments 4 995 5 603 (11) 2 528 Net loans and advances 1 41 888 40 619 3 41 814 Other receivables 1 254 1 585 (21) 722 Net insurance receivable 257 - 245 Derivative assets 26 64 (59) - Financial assets - equity instruments at FVOCI** 100 102 (2) 100 Current income tax asset - 52 107 Investment in associate 305 104 134 Property and equipment 1 920 1 725 11 1 755 Intangible assets 268 271 (1) 283 Deferred income tax asset 1 438 404 397 Total assets 93 625 81 136 15 84 957 Liabilities Derivative liabilities 11 74 (85) 54 Current income tax liability 73 - - Retail deposits 66 214 55 401 20 57 824 Other liabilities 1 897 1 484 28 1 914 Wholesale funding 5 769 7 005 (18) 6 206 Provisions 41 42 (2) 67 Total liabilities 74 005 64 006 16 66 065 Equity Capital and reserves Ordinary share capital and premium 5 649 5 649 5 649 Cash flow hedge reserve 1 (34) (26) Foreign currency translation reserve 40 - 3 Retained earnings 13 823 11 377 21 13 153 Share capital and reserves attributable to ordinary shareholders 19 513 16 992 15 18 779 Non-redeemable, non-cumulative, non-participating preference share capital and premium 107 138 (22) 113 Total equity 19 620 17 130 15 18 892 Total equity and liabilities 93 625 81 136 15 84 957 * Reclassification: Held-to-maturity assets were reclassified as financial investments under IFRS 9 ** Equity investments has been designated at fair value through OCI under IFRS 9 Summarised consolidated income statement Unaudited Unaudited Six months Audited August August August February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 R'm R'm % R'm Lending, investment and insurance income (1) 8 429 8 628 (2) 17 266 Interest income (1) 7 606 7 759 (2) 15 474 Loan fee income 455 482 (6) 919 Net insurance income (2)(3)(5) 368 387 (5) 873 Lending and investment expenses (2 317) (2 244) 3 (4 596) Interest expense (2 187) (2 015) 9 (4 184) Loan fee expense (4)(5) (130) (229) (43) (412) Net lending, investment and insurance income (1) 6 112 6 384 (4) 12 670 Transaction fee income 4 084 3 234 26 6 925 Transaction fee expense (937) (848) 10 (1 798) Net transaction income 3 147 2 386 32 5 127 Net provision for doubtful debts charge (1) (2 542) (2 811) (10) (5 280) Other income/(expense) 25 18 39 (1) Net income 6 742 5 977 13 12 516 Operating expenses (3 500) (3 156) 11 (6 364) Share of net profit of associates 9 - 3 Operating profit before tax 3 251 2 821 15 6 155 Income tax expense (3) (792) (767) 3 (1 685) Profit for the period 2 459 2 054 20 4 470 Earnings per share (cents) Basic 2 122 1 770 20 3 855 Diluted 2 118 1 765 20 3 843 (1) In the current period, under IFRS 9, interest income and net provision for doubtful debts charge are recognised on a net basis for all loans classified as Stage 3 (R442 million for the period ended August 2018) (2) Net insurance income relates to profits attributable to the 3rd party cell captive credit life insurance for loans granted after 6 May 2016 (3) Insurance profit is received from the cell captive as a dividend after tax. The tax expense on insurance profit is included in net insurance income and deducted from the tax expense line for the period ended August 2018: R142 million (August 2017: R109 million, February 2018: R245 million) (4) Loan fee expense relates to the credit life insurance expense under the 1st party cell captive for loans granted prior to 6 May 2016 (5) Loans and advances after 6 May 2016 under the 3rd party credit life insurance cell captive forms a greater portion of the credit book. Loans and advances under the 1st party credit life insurance cell captive prior to 6 May 2016 forms a smaller portion of the credit book Summarised consolidated statement of other comprehensive income Unaudited Unaudited Six months Audited August August August February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 R'm R'm % R'm Profit for the period 2 459 2 054 20 4 470 Other comprehensive income that will be reclassified to profit and loss for the period 27 (33) (15) Cash flow hedge reserve recognised during the period 49 (21) 59 Cash flow hedge reclassified to profit and loss for the period (11) (25) (80) Income tax relating to cash flow hedge (11) 13 6 Foreign currency translation reserve recognised during the period 37 11 3 Total comprehensive income for the period 2 523 2 032 24 4 458 Reconciliation of attributable earnings to headline earnings Unaudited Unaudited Six months Audited August August August February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 R'm R'm % R'm Net profit attributable to equity holders 2 459 2 054 20 4 470 Preference dividend (5) (7) (29) (12) Net profit after tax attributable to ordinary shareholders 2 454 2 047 20 4 458 Non-headline items: Loss/(profit) on disposal of property and equipment 8 (1) 3 Income tax charge - property and equipment (1) - - Headline earnings 2 461 2 046 20 4 461 Summarised consolidated statement of cash flows Unaudited Unaudited Six months Audited August August August February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 R'm R'm % R'm Cash flow from operating activities Cash flow from operations 9 867 8 512 16 13 674 Income taxes paid (1 350) (746) 81 (1 741) 8 517 7 766 10 11 933 Cash flow from investing activities Purchase of property and equipment (385) (409) (6) (686) Proceeds from disposal of property and equipment 2 4 (50) 32 Purchase of intangible assets (72) (59) 22 (143) Investment in term deposit investments (4 936) (2 551) 93 (3 153) Redemption of term deposit investments 2 446 3 549 (31) 7 159 Acquisition of financial investments* (6 583) (4 927) 34 (12 904) Redemption of financial investments* 6 268 3 553 76 6 650 Acquisition of available-for-sale financial assets - (2) - Movement in money market unit trusts (11) (6) 83 (14) Acquisition of interest in associates (125) (93) 34 (129) (3 396) (941) (3 188) Cash flow from financing activities Dividends paid (1 097) (932) 18 (1 545) Preference shares repurchased (6) (13) (54) (39) Issue of institutional bonds and other funding 500 505 (1) 500 Redemption of institutional bond and other funding (500) (1 034) (52) (1 110) Realised loss on settlement of employee share options less participants' contributions (121) (128) (5) (151) (1 224) (1 602) (24) (2 345) Net increase in cash and cash equivalents 3 897 5 223 (25) 6 400 Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the period 25 070 18 670 34 18 670 Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period 28 967 23 893 21 25 070 * Previously classified as Held-to-maturity investments Summarised consolidated statement of changes in equity Unaudited Unaudited Six months Audited August August August February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 R'm R'm % R'm Equity at the beginning of the period 18 892 16 118 17 16 118 Transitional adjustment for IFRS 9 (648) - - Total comprehensive income for the period 2 523 2 032 24 4 458 Ordinary dividend (1 092) (925) 18 (1 531) Preference dividend (5) (7) 29 (12) Employee share option scheme: Value of employee services 16 19 (16) 37 Shares acquired for employee share options at cost (171) (184) 7 (225) Proceeds on settlement of employee share options 52 56 (7) 74 Tax effect on share options 59 34 74 12 Preference shares repurchased (6) (13) (54) (39) Equity at the end of the period 19 620 17 130 15 18 892 Commitments Unaudited Unaudited Six months Audited August August August February 2018/ 2018 2017 2017 2018 R'm R'm % R'm Capital commitments approved by the board Contracted for: Property and equipment 698 156 148 Intangible assets 166 27 (30) 16 Not contracted for: Property and equipment 799 1 311 (39) 897 Intangible assets 186 255 (27) 242 1 849 1 749 6 1 303 Property operating lease commitments Future aggregate minimum lease payments Within one year 494 452 9 469 From one to five years 1 305 1 285 2 1 292 After five years 202 288 (30) 269 Total future cash flows 2 001 2 025 (1) 2 030 Straight-lining accrued (140) (125) 12 (135) Future expenses 1 861 1 900 (2) 1 895 1. Impact of IFRS 9 on loans and advances Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 More than Up-to-date 3 months loans in arrears, with SICR Re- Re- legal and scheduled scheduled statuses applied from from and for debt Up to 2 and 3 up-to-date arrears applied for Expected Up-to- review 1 month months in (not yet re- (not yet re- debt review recoveries R'm date amp;gt;6 months in arrears arrears habilitated) habilitated) amp;lt;6 months(1) receivable Total Balance at 31 August 2018 Gross loans and advances 39 641 3 485 911 1 517 963 1 373 3 071 398 51 359 Cumulative provision (2 880) (902) (543) (1 244) (431) (646) (2 825) - (9 471) Net loans and advances 36 761 2 583 368 273 532 727 246 398 41 888 Provision % 7.3 25.9 59.6 82.0 44.8 47.1 92.0 18.4 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 More than Up-to-date 3 months loans in arrears, with SICR Re- Re- legal and scheduled scheduled statuses applied from from and for debt Up to 2 and 3 up-to-date arrears applied for Expected Up-to- review 1 month months in (not yet re- (not yet re- debt review recoveries R'm date amp;gt;6 months in arrears arrears habilitated) habilitated) amp;lt;6 months(1) receivable Total Balance at 1 March 2018 Gross loans and advances 37 165 4 401 1 003 1 697 1 085 1 277 108 906 47 642 Cumulative provision (2 675) (1 033) (558) (1 311) (462) (609) (67) - (6 715) Net loans and advances 34 490 3 368 445 386 623 668 41 906 40 927 Provision % 7.2 23.5 55.6 77.3 42.6 47.7 62.0 14.1 (1) Includes loans that are currently up to 1 month in arrears that were previously rescheduled but have not rehabilitated Re- Re- scheduled scheduled from from Up to 2 and 3 up-to-date arrears Expected Up-to- 1 month months in (not yet re- (not yet re- recoveries R'm date in arrears arrears habilitated) habilitated) receivable Total Balance at 31 August 2017 Gross loans and advances 40 764 1 358 1 140 1 049 1 396 837 46 544 Cumulative provision (3 386) (697) (927) (172) (743) - (5 925) Net loans and advances 37 378 661 213 877 653 837 40 619 Provision % 8.3 51.3 81.3 16.4 53.2 12.7 Segment analysis The group reports a single segment - retail banking - within the South African economic environment. The business is widely distributed and has no reliance on any major clients. In addition, no client accounts for more than 10% of revenue. Fair values In terms of IFRS 13 'Fair value measurement', the fair value determined for disclosure purposes of loans and advances (level 3) was R43.2 billion (August 2017: R43.8 billion), retail deposits (level 2) was R66.4 billion (August 2017: R55.7 billion) and wholesale funding (level 2) was R5.9 billion (August 2017: R7.2 billion). The measured fair value of derivative assets (level 2) was valued at R25.9 million (August 2017: R63.5 million), available-for-sale investments (level 3) was R100 million (August 2017: R102 million) and derivative liabilities (level 2) was R11.4 million (August 2017: R73.5 million). The fair value of all other financial instruments equates to their carrying amount. Unaudited interim financial statements The condensed consolidated interim financial statements were prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard (IAS) 34 �Interim Financial Reporting�, the SAICA Financial Reporting Guides as issued by the Accounting Practices Committee and Financial Pronouncements as issued by the Financial Reporting Standards Council and the requirements of the Companies Act, Act 71 of 2008, as amended. The accounting policies applied in the preparation of these interim financial statements are in terms of IFRS, including IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, which was effective from 1 March 2018. Capitec elected as permitted by IFRS 9, not to restate comparative financial statements, with the impact of IFRS 9 being applied retrospectively as an adjustment to the opening retained earnings of 1 March 2018. The accounting policies applied are consistent with the previous consolidated annual financial statements, with the above IFRS 9 exception. All other standards, interpretations and amendments to published standards applied for the first time during the current financial period did not have any significant impact on the financial statements. The Group complies in all material respects, with the requirements of the King IV Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa 2016. Basel disclosures, in terms of Regulation 43 of the Banks Act, Act 94 of 1990, are available on the Capitec Bank website. No event that is material to the financial affairs of the Group, has occurred between the reporting date and the date of approval of the condensed consolidated interim financial statements. The condensed consolidated interim financial statements were not reviewed or audited by the Company�s auditors. The preparation of the condensed consolidated interim financial statements was supervised by the chief financial officer, Andre du Plessis CA(SA). Company secretary and registered office YM Mouton 1 Quantum Street, Techno Park, Stellenbosch 7600; PO Box 12451, Die Boord, Stellenbosch 7613 Transfer secretaries Computershare Investor Services Proprietary Limited (Registration number: 2004/003647/07) Rosebank Towers, 15 Biermann Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg 2196; PO Box 61051, Marshalltown 2107 Sponsor PSG Capital Proprietary Limited (Registration number: 2006/015817/07) Directors R Stassen (Chairman), GM Fourie (CEO)*, LA Dlamini, AP du Plessis (CFO)*, MS du P le Roux, K Makwane, NS Mashiya*, JD McKenzie, NS Mjoli-Mncube, PJ Mouton, CA Otto, JP Verster. * Executive capitec.co.za enquiries@capitecbank.co.za Date: 26/09/2018 07:05:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). 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Quarterly Disclosure In Terms Of Regulation 43 Of The Regulations Relating To Banks Capitec Bank Holdings Limited Registration number: 1999/025903/06 Registered bank controlling company Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa JSE ordinary share code: CPI ISIN code: ZAE000035861 JSE preference share code: CPIP ISIN code: ZAE000083838 QUARTERLY DISCLOSURE IN TERMS OF REGULATION 43 OF THE REGULATIONS RELATING TO BANKS Capitec Bank Holdings Limited and its subsidiaries ("group"), have complied with Regulation 43 of the Regulations relating to banks, which incorporates the requirements of Basel. In terms of Pillar 3 of the Basel rules, the consolidated group is required to disclose quantitative information on its capital adequacy and liquidity ratios on a quarterly basis. The group's consolidated capital and liquidity positions at the end of the second quarter for the 28 February 2019 financial year end are set out below: 2nd Quarter 2019 1st Quarter 2019 31 August 2018 31 May 2018 Capital Capital Adequacy Adequacy R'000 Ratio % R'000 Ratio % Common Equity Tier 1 capital (CET1) 19 326 895 34.3 18 054 289 35.1 Additional Tier 1 capital (AT1)(1) 103 587 0.2 103 587 0.2 TIER 1 CAPITAL (T1) 19 430 482 34.5 18 157 876 35.3 Total subordinated debt(1)(2) 89 884 273 589 Unidentified loan impairments 556 930 515 414 TIER 2 CAPITAL (T2) 646 814 1.1 789 003 1.5 TOTAL QUALIFYING REGULATORY CAPITAL 20 077 296 35.6 18 946 879 36.8 REQUIRED REGULATORY CAPITAL(3) 6 265 516 5 718 121 (1) Starting 2013, the non-loss absorbent AT1 and T2 capital is subject to a 10% per annum phase-out in terms of Basel 3. (2) Starting 2013, a deemed surplus attributable to T2 capital of subsidiaries issued to outside third parties, is excluded from group qualifying capital in terms of the accelerated adoption of Basel 3. This deduction phases in at 20% per annum. (3) This value is 11.125% (2017: 10.750%) of risk-weighted assets, being the Basel global minimum requirement of 8.000%, the South African country- specific buffer of 1.250% (2017: 1.500%) and the Capital Conservation Buffer of 1.875% (2017: 1.250%), disclosable in terms of SARB November 2016 directive in order to standardise reporting across banks. In terms of the regulations the Individual Capital Requirement (ICR) is excluded. 2nd Quarter 2019 1st Quarter 2019 31 August 2018 31 May 2018 LIQUIDITY COVERAGE RATIO (LCR) High-Quality Liquid Assets 18 696 766 19 066 557 Net Cash Outflows (1) 972 041 998 632 Required LCR Ratio 90% 90% Actual LCR Ratio 1 923% 1 909% LEVERAGE RATIO Tier 1 Capital 19 430 482 18 157 876 Total Exposures 94 010 321 88 973 287 Leverage Ratio 20.7% 20.4% NET STABLE FUNDING RATIO (NSFR) Total Available Stable Funding(ASF) 85 334 346 81 088 327 Total Required Stable Funding (RSF) 41 709 625 39 107 138 Actual NSFR Ratio(2) 204.6% 207.3% (1) As Capitec has a net cash inflow after applying the run-off weightings, outflows for the purpose of the ratio are deemed to be 25% of gross outflows. (2) A ratio of 100% or more represents compliance. Compliance is required by 2018. For the complete LCR and leverage ratio calculations refer to our website at www.capitecbank.co.za/investor-relations By order of the Board Stellenbosch 26 September 2018 Sponsor - PSG Capital Proprietary Limited Date: 26/09/2018 07:06:00 Produced by the JSE SENS Department. The SENS service is an information dissemination service administered by the JSE Limited ('JSE'). The JSE does not, whether expressly, tacitly or implicitly, represent, warrant or in any way guarantee the truth, accuracy or completeness of the information published on SENS. The JSE, their officers, employees and agents accept no liability for (or in respect of) any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage of any kind or nature, howsoever arising, from the use of SENS or the use of, or reliance on, information disseminated through SENS.