Murray International issues 2.0m pounds-worth of shares

Murray International, the FTSE 250-listed independent trust, has issued 2.0m pounds-worth of shares through an issue of equity.

Murray International, the FTSE 250-listed independent trust, has issued 2.0m pounds-worth of shares through an issue of equity.

According to a statement issued by the trust on Monday, it issued 190,000 new ordinary shares of 25p each for a cash price of 1090.0789p per share under its ordinary share blocklisting facility.

The new shares will rank pari passu with the existing ordinary shares and dealings are expected to begin on January 30th 2013.

Following the share issue, the total number of voting rights in the company is 123m.

MF

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