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Full interview: Supermarket Income REIT outperforms its peers once again

The company, which owns a small portfolio of supermarkets, delivered total shareholder returns of 8.0% last year, compared to the -6.0% delivered by the rest of the sector

Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons are all tenants of Supermarket Income REIT

Supermarket Income Reit (LON:SUPR) collected rent of almost £20mln from its seven stores last year as it once again outperformed its peers. Co-Founder Ben Green and CFO NAtalie Markham tell Proactive London how the numbers have stacked up and why the company has been successful.
News here too on the Preston store entering the portfolio.
The company delivered total shareholder return – dividend yield plus share price growth – of 8.0% in the 12 months ended 30 June (2018: 8.0%).

Quick facts: Supermarket Income REIT PLC

Price: 111.75 GBX

Market: LSE
Market Cap: £529.27 m

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