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The shortfall in H1 results (revenue and adjusted EBIT down by a third) should not detract from Noratis’s ambition to benefit from favourable macro factors and clear opportunity in real estate with development potential in non-core German cities. The outturn was, as expected, a matter of timing (likely high-margin asset sales will be H2 oriented), so guidance of a rise in full-year profit is maintained, albeit on lower revenue. For the longer term, the asset base (stock book value up 15% in H1 at €114m) continues to be actively grown with c 900 units acquired since May (under 1,200 units in total at the start of 2018). Solid finances should allow a further generous dividend (6.7% yield 2018e).

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