By David Parsley2021-08-04T06:49:00
Net Asset Value (NAV) nudged up 1.2% at Target Healthcare in the three months to the end of June.
NAV rose to 110.4p per share, reflecting valuation uplifts across the portfolio driven by modest yield compression and annual rental uplifts. The group also posted an NAV total return, including dividend, of 2.8% for the quarter.
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