24 March 2000
The NAV rise to 348p, however, caused barely a whimper in the share price, which stands at 185.5p – a huge 47% discount to NAV. Pre-tax profits were up 47% to £7.6m and the full-year dividend has been raised by 13% to 6p a share.
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