Restaurant Openings, Appointment as Trustee, Financial Results Release, and New Sustainability Plan - Analyst Notes on

 Restaurant Openings, Appointment as Trustee, Financial Results Release, and  New Sustainability Plan - Analyst Notes on Hammerson, JP Morgan Fleming, Law                  Debenture, Scottish Investment Trust and M&S  Editor Note: For more information about this release, please scroll to bottom    PR Newswire    LONDON, June 12, 2014  LONDON, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  Today, Earnings Review released its analysts' notes regarding Hammerson plc (LON: HMSO), JP Morgan Fleming Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC (LON: JMG), Law Debenture Corporation plc (LON: LWDB), The Scottish Investment Trust PLC (LON: SCIN) and Marks and Spencer Group Plc (LON: MKS). Private wealth members receive these notes ahead of publication. To reserve complementary membership, limited openings are available at: . -- Hammerson plc Analyst Notes On June 6, 2014, Hammerson plc (Hammerson) announced that Chimichanga, Burger King and Pret A Manager will join the Company's £20 million leisure extension of Silverburn, its flagship regional out-of-town shopping centre in Glasgow. The Company informed that Chimichanga's restaurant will open in December 2014 and will be the brand's second only restaurant in Scotland. In addition, the existing brands like Nando's, Pizza Hut and Handmade Burger Kitchen are also expanding their space at the center. Chris Daly, Catering Leasing Executive at Hammerson, said, "It is great news that Chimichanga has chosen Silverburn to further expand in Scotland. They are an exciting brand that brings something new to Scotland." The full analyst notes on Hammerson are available to  download free of charge at: -- JP Morgan Fleming Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC Analyst Notes On June 9, 2014, shares in JP Morgan Fleming Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC (JP Morgan Fleming) moved up 0.54% to end the trading session at £562.50, outperforming the FTSE 100 that moved up 0.24% in the session. Shares in JP Morgan Fleming opened the session at £560.00 and oscillated in the range of £556.83 - £562.50. Over the past one month, the stock has gained 3.41%, outperforming the FTSE 100 that gained 0.38% over the same period. The full analyst notes on JP Morgan Fleming are available to download free of charge at: -- Law Debenture Corporation plc Analyst Notes On June 2, 2014, Law Debenture Corporation plc (Law Debenture) announced that the Company was appointed as the trustee for Affordable Housing Finance plc's (AHF) issuance of £208.4 million 3.8% Guaranteed Bonds due 2042/2044. Law Debenture informed that the bonds are guaranteed by The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and are rated 'AAA' by Standard and Poor's. AHF, a subsidiary company of The Housing Finance Corporation, is the delivery partner for the Affordable Housing Guarantee Scheme, which is designed to lower the cost of borrowing for Registered Providers of social housing. T he full analyst notes on Law Debenture are available to download free of charge at: -- The Scottish Investment Trust PLC Analyst Notes On June 6, 2014, The Scottish Investment Trust PLC (SIT) released its H1 FY 2014 financial results (period ended April 30, 2014). The Company reported H1 FY 2014 income of £9.3 million, down 19.5% YoY. During the period, the Company's NAV per share total return (with borrowings at market value) was a negative 2.8%, compared to the FTSE All-World Index's total return of 0.4% over the same period. SIT said equity portfolio return deducted 2.2% from NAV relative performance, with all of the underperformance occurring during a period of six weeks of turbulent change in stock market leadership at the end of reporting period. The Company's H1 FY 2014 loss attributable to shareholders came in at £21.3 million, or 19.36 pence per share, compared to profit of £103.9 million, or 93.50 pence per share, in H1 FY 2013. The full analyst notes on Scottish Investment Trust are available to download free of charge at: -- Marks and Spencer Group Plc Analyst Notes On June 5, 2014, Marks and Spencer Group Plc (M&S) published its 2014 'Plan A' Report which unveiled a new, agile and stronger sustainable business plan which extends Plan A across M&S' international business over the next six years. M&S informed that the new plan named Plan A 2020 consists of 100 commitments that retain and strengthen the Company's 2015 eco and ethical commitments. Further, the new plan includes new commitments that handle both the present and future sustainable retail challenges. Highlighting the commitments that form a part of the new plan, the Company said its UK stores will raise £1 million every year for local charities and also plan to raise £20 million for health and well-being charities by 2020. The full analyst notes on M&S are available to download free of charge at: =============== EDITOR'S NOTES: =============== 1. This is not company news. We are an independent source and our views do not reflect the companies mentioned. 2. Information in this release is produced on a best efforts basis by Rohit Tuli, a CFA charterholder. The content is then further fact checked and reviewed by an outsourced research provider. However, we are only human and are prone to make mistakes. If you notice any errors or omissions, please notify us below. 3. 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