SGX Listed REIT

FRASERS HOSPITALITY TRUST (SGX:ACV)


SGD 0.705
0.000 / 0.00%
Share Price as of: 2019-05-17 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1AA5000001
GICS® Sector / Industry / Sub-Industry: Real Estate / Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) / Hotel & Resort REITs


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The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2019-05-07 11:17:39
Frasers Hospitality Trust: The Struggle Continues
Frasers Hospitality Trust (SGX: ACV) continued to face challenges in the quarter ended 31 March. The hospitality trust that owns a portfolio of 15 properties saw its gross revenue and distribution per security (DPS) decline 7.6% and 11.5%, respectively. Here are the key takeaway highlights. Financial performance Source: Frasers Hospitality Trust FY18/19 Q2 Earnings Press Release As you can see, the numbers certainly don’t look good. All key operating numbers declined in the quarter, with DPS dropping by double digits. The lower net property income was due to weaker performance in the trust’s Australia, Malaysia, and Japan portfolios. On top of that, the strong Singapore dollar negatively impacted the trust’s earnings and distributable income. Foreign currency fluctuations accounte
The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-05-07 08:55:15
Seduced by High Dividend Yields? Don’t Be
Dividend investing is an amazing process – you purchase shares of a company which then give out regular streams of cash which flow into your pocket over time. However, as with anything in life, chasing after too much of a good thing may end up being harmful. While dividends do excite investors, they have to be wary of companies that seem to be paying a dividend yield which is much higher than the norm. So let’s break down why investors should be cautious about high yields. Don’t go chasing high yields Investors need to observe the average dividend yield of a basket of similar stocks within the same industry. This provides a great benchmark as to how high a yield one can reasonably expect to obtain. A good example would be the real estate investment trust (REIT) sector – the
Aspire
Lim Si Jie
2019-04-29 12:11:15
4 Things To Know About URA’s Master Plan 2019
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) recently released its Master Plan 2019 which detailed the blueprint of Singapore’s developments over the next decade. Here are four things you should know about the Master Plan 2019 and how you can invest in the right stocks to ride on the Master Plan. Turning CBD Into A ‘Work, Live And Play’ Environment Under the new Master Plan, the Central Business District (CBD) is slated to be repositioned as a 24/7 mixed-use district to be a place to work, live and play. The Singapore government has signalled its intention to convert Downtown Singapore from a commercial centre dominated by offices into one which is more mixed-use and has more vibrancy after office hours. The aim is to facilitate a work, live and play environment. Incentivising Developmen
Aspire
Lim Si Jie
2019-04-16 10:53:32
REIT 4Q18 Report Card: 4 REITs/ Investment Trusts That Let Down
With the earnings season over, we will summarize the ups and downs of every REIT/ investment trust and rate their financial performance in this six-part series. To begin the series, here are four of the most disappointing trusts that let investors down in the latest quarter. Investors Takeaway: 4 REITs/ Investment Trusts That Let Investors Down This Quarter OUE Hospitality Trust With the absence of income support for Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, OUE Hospitality Trust saw its DPU decline by 2.9 percent year-on-year. That being said, the hotel was still receiving minimum rent from its master lessee in FY18 and improving its operational performance. With the ongoing ramp-up of Terminal 4 as well as opening of Jewel Changi Airport in 1H19, CIMB believes that Crowne Plaza Changi Airport will
The Fifth Person
Ian Tai
2019-03-12 10:36:02
10 things to know about Frasers Property before you invest (updated 2019)
Frasers Property Limited (formerly known as Frasers Centrepoint Limited) is a multinational integrated real estate conglomerate with assets located in Singapore, Australia, China, and Europe. Frasers Property is active in property development, management, REITs, and investments. As at 30 September 2018, Frasers Property has a total of S$32.4 billion in total assets. In this article, I’ll revisit its fundamentals, provide an update on its latest results, and evaluate its valuation. Here are 10 things to know about Frasers Property before you invest. 1. Singapore: Profit before interest and tax (PBIT) grew 17.8% year-on-year to S$481.0 million in 2018. This was due to an increase in development profits from key projects, namely: Park Life EC, North Park Residences, and Seaside Resi
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2019-03-06 10:17:57
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In FY2018
The US Federal Reserve has indicated that 2019 will likely see slower interest rate hikes. This comes on the back of mounting macroeconomic uncertainties, that has seen investors turn to less risky investments. This may benefit REITs in three ways: # 1 Traditionally, REITs take on a lot of debt to fund its capital-intensive property investments. Slower interest rate hikes in 2019 will ease the growing pressure on REITs, in terms of debt repayment. # 2 Markets are efficient – which means that prices of REITs would have taken into consideration that rate hikes would continue as normal. This stance of slowing down the interest rate hikes in 2019 is new information for the market, and may give REITs a boost. (Do note that most of this new information should already be priced into the markets
DollarsAndSense.sg
Ching Sue Mae
2019-02-22 09:06:00
Here Are 5 Important Factors Singapore Investors Need To Consider Before Investing In Hospitality REITs
In many other countries, Airbnb has been the biggest disruption to the hospitality industry in recent years, providing travellers with a home away from home and sometimes a cheaper alternative to typical hotel rooms. However, in countries such as Singapore and Japan, strict government regulations on housing mean that hotels are still the go-to accommodation for inbound travellers. For Singapore, private homes have a minimum rental period of 3 consecutive months. For HDBs, the minimum rental period is even longer at 6 months. Other regulations such as a maximum number of tenants and occupants allowed in each flat also have to be adhered to. Read Also: Airbnb Or Hotel: Which Should You Choose For Your Next Holiday? Hospitality REITs in Singapore There are five hospitality REITs in Singap





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