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Capital Shopping Centres 2011 Profit Dips - Quick Facts

Capital Shopping Centres Group plc (CSCG.L) reported a plunge in its profit before tax and associates to 27.2 million pounds from 446.2 million pounds in 2010.

Profit attributable to equity shareholders of CSC Group Plc plummeted to 30.0 million pounds from prior year's 511.8 million pounds, with full-year earnings per share falling significantly to 2.9 pence from 80.5 pence a year ago.

On an underlying basis, earnings amounted to 138.6 million pounds or 16.5 pence per share in 2011 and 98.3 million pounds or 15.4 pence per share last year.

Revenue on continuing operations improved to 516.1 million pounds from 420.3 million pounds in the comparable period.

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