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Deutsche Wohnen SE (DWNG.DE)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Deutsche Wohnen Takes Over GETEC Media
Tuesday, 25 Sep 2018 

Sept 25 (Reuters) - Deutsche Wohnen SE ::TAKES OVER GETEC MEDIA.  Full Article

Deutsche Wohnen To Review Guidance At End Of Q3 - CFO
Tuesday, 14 Aug 2018 

Aug 14 (Reuters) - Deutsche Wohnen SE CFO on conference call::SAYS EXPECTS HIGHER INVESTMENTS IN MODERNISATION IN H2.SAYS GUIDANCE IS CONSERVATIVE, WILL CONSIDER AT END OF Q3 WHETHER TO RAISE IT.SAYS LOOKING AT FURTHER TAKEOVER OPPORTUNITIES IN NURSING, ALSO LOOKING AT OPPORTUNITIES IN RESIDENTIAL.  Full Article

Deutsche Wohnen And Tele Columbus Strengthen Long-Term Multimedia Partnership
Friday, 22 Jun 2018 

June 22 (Reuters) - DEUTSCHE WOHNEN SE ::TELE COLUMBUS AND DEUTSCHE WOHNEN STRENGTHEN LONG-TERM MULTIMEDIA PARTNERSHIP.MORE THAN 56,000 HOMES COVERED BY CONTRACT.  Full Article

Deutsche wohnen 9M FFO I up 9 pct at 330 mln eur​
Tuesday, 14 Nov 2017 

Nov 14 (Reuters) - Deutsche Wohnen SE :Says ‍increase in 9m ffo i by 9% to eur 330 million or eur 0.94 per share​.Says ‍like-for-like rental growth of 4.2%​.Says ‍company was able to increase 9m profit by eur 43.4 million to eur 706.0 million (9m 2016: eur 662.6 million)​.Says ‍forecast for ffo i for financial year 2017 remains unchanged at eur 425 million at least.​.Says ‍loan-to-value ratio of deutsche wohnen group fell slightly to 37.0% (31 december 2016: 37.7%) and so remains within target corridor of 35% to 40%.​.Says ‍contracted rental income rose to eur 553.4 million (previous year: eur 526.1 million) in first none months of this year.​.  Full Article

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Capitalist Avenue? 'Nein Danke!' say Karl Marx Allee tenants in Berlin

BERLIN Tenants are up in arms over the sale of apartments on the most prominent boulevard in old Communist East Germany to Berlin's largest property company, the latest in a wave of protests over skyrocketing rents in the German capital.