Lloyd Fonds (LF) is suffering from tough conditions in the shipping markets, lower trusteeship fees due to asset disposals and contract expiries, as well as delays in new projects. Following the recent FY17 guidance downgrade and subsequent sell-off, LF’s shares are trading at a P/E ratio for 2017e of 12.9x, broadly in line with peers. Key stock price drivers include progress updates of LF’s projects in the real estate segment, in particular in government-sponsored housing, as well as the supply-demand balance on container and tanker markets.

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