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Sirius Real Estate Sees Rise In H1 Dividend

Sirius Real Estate (SRE.L), a property company focused on businesses and business parks, said in a trading update on Thursday that it expects a rise in dividend for the six-months to September 30, mainly due to an increase in funds from operations.

For the first-half, the firm expects dividend of 2.693 euro cents to 2.713 euro cents per share, an increase of 32-33 percent from 2.040 euro cents per share last year

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