CFS Retail Property Trust (CFX)

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CFS Retail Property Trust (CFX) is a sector-specific property trust which invests in retail property. The trust mainly focuses on the acquirement and development of quality shopping centres across Australia. Its property portfolio had 24 retail assets by June 30, 2007. CFS Retail Property Trust is managed by Colonial First State Property Retail Pty Ltd. CFX listed on Australian Stock Exchange on 7th of April, 1994 under the name Gandel Retail Trust.

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CFS Retail Interest in DFO Outlets

CFS Retail Property Trust (ASX:CFX), the retail property business of global investment manager Colonial First State, is expected to raise $600 million for the purchase of the troubled four DFO centres at South Wharf, Essendon and Moorabbin, and Sydney's Homebush DFO centre from parent company Austexx.

The CFS Retail Property Trust was yesterday placed in a trading halt on the Australian stock exchange, ''pending the announcement of a significant transaction''.

CFS Retail Property Dividends

9 August, 2010 - 20:44

Study the historical dividends for CFS RETAIL PROPERTY TRUST. Dividends are a portion of company profits paid out to shareholders. You are eligible to receive CFX dividends if you own the company's stock on the ex-dividend date. Investor's must have purchased the stock before the ex dividend date to be entitled to the dividend. The previous owner of the shares will receive the CFX dividend if you buy the stocks on or after the ex dividend date. The Pay Date or the Date Payable is the day when the dividend is paid to shareholders.

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