Net profit for the period was SEK 267 million (137). The result includes realised changes in value from property sales of SEK 19 million (20) and unrealised changes in the value of properties of SEK 107 million (18). Net financial items amounted to SEK -119 million (-94).
Cash flow and financial position
The cash flow amounted to SEK -1 million (87). The equity ratio at the end of the period was 36.8 per cent, in comparison with 36.9 per cent at the beginning of the year. Shareholders’ equity was SEK 2,153 million, in comparison with SEK 1,701 million at the beginning of the year. Liquid funds were SEK 109 million (110) and interest-bearing liabilities were SEK 3,407 million (2,703).
Rental revenues and property costs
Rental revenues amounted to SEK 467 million (339) during the period, property costs were SEK 175 million (126) and the operating surplus amounted to SEK 292 million (213).
Third quarter 2005
Net profit for the third quarter was SEK 103 million (53). The result includes realised changes in value from property sales of SEK 9 million (0) and unrealised changes in the value of properties of SEK 38 million (9). The operating surplus was SEK 108 million (85), net financial items SEK -44 million (-34) and the cash flow was SEK -55 million (100).
Market and property holdings
Klövern is a real-estate company that acquires, develops and sells high-yielding properties in large and medium-sized towns outside major city regions. Rental levels in Klövern’s markets have been generally unchanged since the beginning of 2005. There has been a continuous increase in the number of rental enquiries during the year. New letting, net, in the third quarter totals SEK 5 million.
Year end Report for 2005 Wednesday 8 February, 2006
Annual Report 2005 March 2006
Annual General Meeting 2006 Wednesday 5 April, 2006
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Nyköping, 2 November 2005
Klövern AB (publ)
We have briefly reviewed this interim report according to the recommendation issued by FAR (the institute for the accountancy profession in Sweden). A review is considerably more limited in scope compared with an audit. Nothing has come to our attention which causes us to believe that this interim report does not comply with the requirements of the stock exchange and annual accounts legislation.
Stockholm, 2 November 2005
Ernst & Young AB
Authorized Public Accountant
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