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DIRECTOR DEALINGS: Primary Health Properties Non-Executive Buys Shares

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05/26/2016 | 12:44pm CEST

LONDON (Alliance News) - Primary Health Properties PLC said Non-Executive Director Nick Wiles bought 25,000 shares at 106.5025 pence per share on Thursday.

The purchase is Wiles's only holding after being appointed in April.

The stock was up 0.5% at 106.57p Thursday.

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