Aspen said it was not aware of “any information of a price-sensitive nature that requires communication to shareholders”.
Trading in the current financial year had been consistent with the prospects published in Aspen’s 2017 financial year results statement in September.
Shares in Aspen fell more than 10% at one stage to R234.98 on Tuesday. At 3.19pm‚ the stock had recovered most of its losses‚ trading 1.56% down at R258.
Steinhoff’s shares were down 15.32% at R7.35 after reports that the European Central Bank had sold its bond holdings in the company.