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Deutsche Wohnen SE (DWNG.DE)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Deutsche wohnen 9M FFO I up 9 pct at 330 mln eur​
Tuesday, 14 Nov 2017 

Nov 14 (Reuters) - Deutsche Wohnen SE :Says ‍increase in 9m ffo i by 9% to eur 330 million or eur 0.94 per share​.Says ‍like-for-like rental growth of 4.2%​.Says ‍company was able to increase 9m profit by eur 43.4 million to eur 706.0 million (9m 2016: eur 662.6 million)​.Says ‍forecast for ffo i for financial year 2017 remains unchanged at eur 425 million at least.​.Says ‍loan-to-value ratio of deutsche wohnen group fell slightly to 37.0% (31 december 2016: 37.7%) and so remains within target corridor of 35% to 40%.​.Says ‍contracted rental income rose to eur 553.4 million (previous year: eur 526.1 million) in first none months of this year.​.  Full Article

Deutsche Wohnen says names Philip Grosse as CFO from Sept 1
Monday, 8 Aug 2016 

Deutsche Wohnen Ag : new member appointed to the management board .Says appointed Philip Grosse as an additional member of management board and Chief Financial Officer.  Full Article

Deutsche Wohnen affirms guidance after Q1 earnings jump
Friday, 13 May 2016 

Deutsche Wohnen AG : FFO I improved by 25% to eur 0.30 per share . Increase in group profit to eur 100.6 million . Like-For-Like rental growth of 3.8 pct . Confirms its forecast that it will achieve an FFO I of at least eur 360 million . Valuation gains in company's property holdings are also anticipated for 2016 .It is expected that EPRA NAV per share will be between eur 25 and eur 26.  Full Article

Deutsche Wohnen to propose dividend
Friday, 18 Mar 2016 

Deutsche Wohnen AG:Says ‍dividend (proposal) up by 23 pct to 0.54 euros per share.  Full Article

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Breakingviews - Westfield's $15 bln sale is dangerously discounted

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - Beware any chief executive without a Plan B. Westfield boss Peter Lowy is the latest to lack one, declaring on Thursday that despite a big drop in the value of a takeover bid from Unibail-Rodamco, there is no alternative to the sale he and his mall operator agreed in December, originally worth $25 billion including debt. The French buyer also says it has no intention of changing the deal terms. Investors could be forgiven for having other ideas.