Macquarie Office Trust (MOF)

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Macquarie Office Trust (MOF) is one of the leading owners of office properties in Australia and since it’s an investment trust, its business is primarily engaged in property investment in some of the principal office buildings in Australia, USA and Europe. MOF was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on the 9th of December 1993. Its average annual revenue reaches approximately AUD$600 million. Its headquarters is located in Sydney, Australia.

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Macquarie Office Posts Net Loss, Warns Drop in EPS

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Macquarie Office Trust (MOF), a major office properties owner of Australia which is engaged in property investment in Australia, USA and Europe was the worst performer in the Australian Stock Exchange ASX100 index with a loss of 17.3 percent or 4 cents in its stock price and was closed for the week at 19 cents.

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