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SIX Group proposes lower dividend as FY'17 profit falls YOY

SIX Group AG will propose an ordinary dividend of CHF7 per share for 2017, compared to CHF7.30 per share a year earlier, amounting to CHF136.7 million in total.

The board of directors will submit the proposal for approval at the company's annual general meeting in May.

The Swiss stock exchange operator attributed the lower payout to a decline in group net profit for full year 2017 to CHF207.2 million from CHF221.1 million in 2016.