IGB shares hit record-high for second day


The property player said it plans to list its commercial REIT on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia by lumping its commercial assets located in Kuala Lumpur. The properties include Menara IGB, Centrepoint South, Centrepoint North, The Gardens South Tower, The Gardens North Tower.

PETALING JAYA: Shares of IGB Bhd, the developer of Mid Valley Megamall, touched a new all-time-high for the second consecutive day following the plan to dispose of its joint-venture (JV) firm in the United Kingdom.

The stock, which emerged as the biggest gainer on Bursa Malaysia yesterday, rose by 15.29% or 52 sen to RM3.92. About 485,900 shares changed hands.

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