Fraport


Fraport has delivered what we had expected for H1 19

12/08/19 -"As Fraport's H1 19 numbers were very much in line with our expectations, we have only marginally amended our projections for the next years. In addition, we have not changed any of our valuation ..."

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12/08/19
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