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NII of $34.2M or $0.25 per share vs. $36.2M or $0.26 in Q4.

Net asset value per share of $9.81 slips from $9.85 after payment of about a $0.25 dividend.

Closed $466.6M of new investments in Q4 vs. $362.8M in year-ago quarter.

Last night announces a JV with a subsidiary of Kemper Corporation (KMPR) to create Senior Loan Fund JV I, LLC to invest primarily in middle market and other corporate debt securities consistent with what Fifth Street (FSC) does now.

Shares -0.5% premarket

Previously: Fifth Street Finance misses by $0.02, misses on revenues

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