Real Estate Investors' share price dip on half year results


Shares in Real Estate Investors (REI) nudged down 0.10% on Monday to 54.94p after the Birmingham and Midlands focused investment company revealed it has a £30m war chest ready to take advantage of Brexit downturns.

REI’s half year results to 30 June, saw the AIM-listed business grow its gross property assets to £217.8m, up 2.2% on 2017, and underlying profits before tax up 9.7% to £3.4m.

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