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MAP Syndicates 2791 & 6103 2017 Results & 2018 Year of Account Forecasts 13/02/2020
MAP has announced its results for the 2017 year of account for its syndicates 2791 and 6103 and has also released an updated forecast for the 2018 year of account.
The 2017 result of 3.8% of capacity is towards to top of the previous forecast range, which was set between 0% and 5.0% of capacity.
The 2018 forecast loss remains unchanged with a range of between -5.0% and 0% of capacity.
The 2017 result of -6.3% of capacity is towards the middle of the previous forecast range, which was between -9.0% to -4.0% of capacity.
The 2018 forecast remains unchanged with a range of between -7.5% and 2.5% of capacity.