- The company’s portfolio remains well-stable with 280 tenants or occupiers through 53 assets, apart from this additional value is being created via asset management schemes.
- The overall cost of the debt of the company reduced to 3.4 per cent, with 72 per cent of the company's debt now fixed.
- The company’s revenues improved, and it helped to cover the dividend payments, with contracted rents soaring to £17.66 million, up 3.85 per cent over the year.
- On 8th January 2020, at the time of writing, GMT 08:06 AM, RLE shares were trading at GBX 53.00, unchanged against the previous day closing price.
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