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Brookfield Prime Property Fund Company Snapshot
Brookfield Prime Property Fund operates within the Investment offices sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Brookfield Prime Property Fund with three other companies in this sector in Australia: CVC Limited (2016 sales of 145.87 million Australian Dollars [US$115.50 million] of which 52% was Controlled Investees), Milton Corporation Limited (134.23 million Australian Dollars [US$106.28 million] of which 100% was Investment), and Folkestone Education Trust (136.76 million Australian Dollars [US$108.28 million] of which 100% was Childcare Centres).

Sales Analysis. Sales increased substantially in 2016: During the year ended June of 2016, sales at Brookfield Prime Property Fund were A$135.20 million (US$107.04 million). This is an increase of 237.7% versus 2015, when the company's sales were A$40.03 million.
  Stock Performance Chart for Brookfield Prime Property Fund
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (6/14/2017): 8.80
(Figures in Australian Dollars)
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Brookfield Prime Property Fund Key Data:
  Ticker: BPA Country: Australia
  Exchanges: SYD Major Industry: Diversified Financials
    Sub Industry: Investment Offices
  2016 Sales 135,197,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: N/A
  Currency: Australian Dollars Market Cap: N/A
  Fiscal Yr Ends: June Shares Outstanding: N/A
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: N/A
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