Charter Hall Group has issued new guidance, and it now expects 2016-17 operating earnings per security of between 17 per cent and 18 per cent before tax, or around seven per cent after tax. Previously, the company anticipated earnings per security growth of between eight per cent and nine per cent before tax, or after tax growth of two per cent. MD David Harrison told shareholders at the company’s AGM on 9 November 2016 that he expects the float of the Charter Hall Long WALE REIT to have a positive impact on Charter Hall’s earnings.
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