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Pro Kapital: Harju County Court initiated reorganisation proceedings of AS Tallinna Moekombinaat

Pro Kapital

On 31 March 2020 the owner and operator of T1 Mall of Tallinn shopping centre, AS Tallinna Moekombinaat (TMK, a group subsidiary of AS Pro Kapital Grupp), submitted an application to Harju County Court for commencement of reorganisation proceedings with

Swedbank: Housing remains and is likely to stay affordable


In the final quarter of 2019, all three Baltic capitals saw somewhat different trends. In Tallinn, housing affordability fell as the average price of apartments accelerated and net wage growth weakened due to the previous year’s tax reform. Housing affordability

Pro Kapital Council approved Consolidated Interim Report for IV Quarter and 12 Months of 2019

Pro Kapital

MANAGEMENT REPORT Chairman’s summary  2019 was as a year of challenges, opportunities and acknowledgment, which is characteristic to many companies with an eye on the future and ambition for growth. The key focus of our work is on large-scale development

Swedbank: Last year’s economic growth surprised on the upside


In 2019, Estonian GDP growth was 4.3% y/y in real terms and 7.7% y/y in nominal terms. Although, the growth slowed from previous year, it was still strong and exceeded our expectations – our forecast, published in January, was 3.7%.

Pro Kapital: Notice of prolongation of redemption date of PKG2 convertible bonds

Pro Kapital

AS Pro Kapital Grupp informs that it has prolonged the redemption date of 378 070 “Pro Kapital Grupp convertible bond PKG2 20.01.2014” (hereinafter referred to as Convertible Bonds PKG2) by 2 years and the new redemption date is 20.01.2022 (hereinafter referred to

Flash comment: Estonia – Inflation should remain moderate this year


Inflation was relatively weak at the end of last year, given the rapid growth in wages and other income. Inflation was moderate due to weak external price pressures and lower excise tax rates on alcohol. In December, inflation amounted to

Swedbank: In the third quarter of 2019, the housing affordability index (HAI) increased in Vilnius, but decreased in Tallinn and Riga


In Tallinn, the HAI plunged by 5.7 points in the third quarter of 2019, compared with the third quarter of 2018, and ended at 148.5, as net wage growth was slightly slower than an increase in apartment prices and interest

Estonian Real Estate Market review October 2019

Uus Maa

In October, the people visiting the real estate conference of EKFL admitted that the sentiment of the participants in the real estate market is rather positive and no bigger systematic risks are predicted for the next few years. When looking

Uus Maa: Estonian Real Estate Market review September 2019

Uus Maa

2096 sales-purchase transactions of apartment ownerships were concluded in September. Even though according to common logic September seems to be a rather quieter month, as it is associated with the end of summer holidays and the beginning of school, the

Baltic Horizon Fund declared approx. EUR 3.06 million cash distribution to investors

Baltic Horizon Fund

Northern Horizon Capital AS as the management company of Baltic Horizon Fund (the Fund) has approved a cash distribution of approx. 2.29% of the Fund’s Q3 2019 weighted average net asset value to its unitholders. This equals to approx. EUR 3.06

Baltic Horizon Fund: “North Star” Business Centre acquisition in Vilnius

Baltic Horizon Fund closed the acquisition of the “North Star” Business Centre from UAB “Prosperus Strategic RE Fund”. The purchase price is EUR 20.7 million, which corresponds to an estimated entry yield of approximately 7.3%. North Star is located on

Swedbank: Inflation decelerated in September


• Inflation has remained relatively modest despite a rapid growth in wages. • Inflation is forecast at 2.4% this year and at 2.3% in 2020. Inflation slowed from 2.4% in August to 2.2% in September. Goods were 1.4% and services

Uus Maa: Estonian Real Estate Market Review, August 2019

Uus Maa

Regardless of holiday waves and the warm August, the real estate market was operating at top speed. According to the final figures, 2,087 sales-purchase transactions of apartment ownerships were concluded in August, which was the second best result of this

Swedbank: The curious case of household consumption in the Baltic countries


The curious case of household consumption in the Baltic countries Lithuanians consume a lot more than Estonians and Latvians, despite higher wages in Estonia Differences in prices, remittances, saving rates, and, especially, unofficial income may explain this gap But material

Swedbank: Baltic Housing Affordability Index – September 2019


In Q2 2019, the housing affordability index (HAI) increased in Vilnius, but decreased slightly in Tallinn and Riga In Tallinn, the HAI decreased by 4.6 points to 151.5 in the second quarter of 2019, compared with the second quarter of

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