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Aroundtown SA (AT1.DE)

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    Kornel Grabowski
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    Ethan
    now at 7% DY...
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    T Bashir
    5% in dividend, 10% share buy back, p/e at 8. Stock price will go from #$%$4,40 to #$%$7,0-7,5 next year. Nice upside with low risk
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    DiBiase
    Why is this sharer crashing ?
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    Frederik
    The company is worth 9 EUR per share. Expecting a relatively large return over the next year.
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    Basile
    - Net rental income of EUR633 million, improved by 41% from EUR449 million recorded in 2017
    - Adjusted EBITDA of EUR606 million, an increase of 41% compared to the EUR429.3 million recorded in 2017
    - FFO I growing 38% YOY to EUR405.7 million, from EUR293 million in 2017
    - FFO I per share of EUR0.39, up from EUR0.36 in 2017. FFO I per share after perpetual attribution increased to EUR0.34
    - FFO II amounted to EUR575 million, 69% higher than in 2017, due to disposals over EUR740 million
    - Dividend per share of EUR0.25, up 9% from 2017 (subject to next AGM approval), reflecting a dividend yield of 3.2%
    - Net profit amounted to EUR1.8 billion during the period, increasing 19% in comparison to 2017. Diluted EPS increased 10% to EUR1.49, from EUR1.35 in 2017
    - EPRA NAV at EUR8.7 billion, +35% from December 2017, EUR7.7 on a per share basis, growing +22% YOY (+18% excluding dividend adjustment)
    - EPRA NAV incl. perpetual notes expanded to EUR10.3 billion (+34% from 2017) and EUR9.1 per share
    - Total Equity growing 37% to EUR9.9 billion; with a consistently strong equity ratio of 52%.
    - Investment property increased to EUR14.2 billion, up 45% as compared to EUR9.8 billion as at year-end 2017
    - Strong capital structure with a low LTV at 35% as of December 2018
    - Robust credit profile with an ICR of 4.7x, long average debt maturity of 7.4 years and cost of debt of 1.8% and high unencumbered assets ratio of 72% (EUR10.2 billion in value)
    - Strong like-for-like results with a total net rent LFL growth of 4.8%, of which 2.6% is attributable to in-place rent increases and 2.2% to occupancy increases
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    Bullish Harami
    I am not foool to take Aroundtown's offer. They want to buy back their shares at lower prices. I would recommend not to give them chance to buy your shares at such lower prices. They should buy it between 5 to 7 Euros range, then it makes sense. If you take the deal of Aroundtown, you don't know, whether your shares are going to be sold for 4.60 Euros or 5.0 Euros. Be smart while taking decision.
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    Bjarne
    Crazy cheap haha. Trading at 0.44 book value, cheaper than covid crash, fewer shares outstanding
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    Ethan
    Price action is beyond ridiculous! This business is bullet proof. Not even corona could bring it on it's knees. Yield now is over 6% p.a. cash deposits will never reach more than that ever. I will add and add and add while the #$%$ lemmings sell. We'll talk again in 5 yrs time at over 10 eur (plus dividends).