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CyrusOne adjusts FY outlook upwards after positive Q3

Thursday 28 October 2021 | 14:23 CET | News
US data centre operator CyrusOne has adjusted its full-year outlook upwards after reporting stronger results for the third quarter, boosted by operations in the company's European markets and healthy pricing across leases, as well as a strong demand environment in general. Interim CEO David Ferdman said the company more than USD 2 billion in available liquidity to support its growth going forward. It will keep its quarterly dividend at USD 0.52 per share.

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