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Resilient figures in H1 19; now let's consider "a" worst case

13/08/19 -"The operational figures were robust with +13% in FFO in H1 19. However, the revaluation slowed in H1 19 from €678m in H1 18 to €450m in H1 19. The book value has adapted progressively to the ..."

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