By David Parsley2022-07-28T07:49:00
Segro has reported a 10% rise net asset value during the first half of its financial year as the company continued to be boosted from high customer demand and low supply.
Adjusted net asset value stood at 1,249p a share at the end of June, compared with 1,137p six months earlier. The increase was driven by a 7.2% increase in the valuation of the portfolio.
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