Earnings up, says 360

The 360 Capital Industrial Fund has set the bar high for the reporting season, with a forecast 9.7 per cent increase for its operating earnings per unit this year, based on lower interest rate margins. A rise in demand for warehouses and asset sales would contribute to the forecast 21.5¢ per unit, a 9.7 per cent increase over previous guidance. Carolyn Cummins

The 360 Capital Industrial Fund has set the bar high for the reporting season, with a forecast 9.7 per cent increase for its operating earnings per unit this year, based on lower interest rate margins. A rise in demand for warehouses and asset sales would contribute to the forecast 21.5¢ per unit, a 9.7 per cent increase over previous guidance.

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