SGX Listed REIT

CAPITALAND CHINA TRUST (SGX:AU8U)


CAPITALAND CHINA TRUST (SGX:AU8U) @ SGinvestors.io
SGD 1.270
-0.010 / -0.78%
Share Price as of: 2021-09-17 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1U25933169
Sector / Industry / Sub-Industry: Real Estate / Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) / Retail REITs


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ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2021-08-27 09:55:42
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Investment Income For Life
Blade Knight
2021-08-01 18:40:52
Capitaland China Trust- 2 Things To Take Note If You Are Going to Invest In It And Key Dividend Distribution Cut Off Date of 5 August 2021
Capitaland China Trust ("CLCT") is a China-focused REIT that I have been holding on for about 2 years. It was memorable for me as I bought it in different tranches (the first 2 tranches at crazy high price). The first 2 tranches were bought in September 2019 and January 2020 respectively (under my Margin Account) while price per unit were at an all time high before the pandemic struck at around S$1.55 per unit before the price collapsed and I nearly had a heart attack.  But I still held on to it as I believed the China growth story and that China will be one of the first country to walk out of the shadow of COVID. The other huge tranche was bought at one of the lowest point during the depressing month of March 2020 at S$1.12 per unit. I was lucky to have picked up a substantial tranch
The Fifth Person
Julian Kay
2021-06-09 17:16:29
8 things I learned from the CapitaLand China Trust AGM
CapitaLand China Trust (CLCT) is a China-focused REIT that invests in real estate assets used primarily for retail, office, and industrial purposes. Listed on the SGX since December 2006, the REIT’s current portfolio comprises 12 shopping malls and five business parks located across 10 Chinese cities. At the CLCT’s 2021 AGM, CEO Tan Tze Wooi addressed thematic issues brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the REIT’s financial performance, and its plans moving forward. 1. The CEO said CLCT started FY2020 by having to respond to unprecedented COVID-19 challenges as health and safety issues took priority. The REIT provided rental reliefs and worked out flexible and mutual solutions for its tenants. It also accelerated its digitalization efforts, building a stronger omnichannel r
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2021-05-05 12:17:15
REITs Report Card 2021: How Singapore REITs Performed In 1st Quarter 2021
With access to properties and relatively good yields, Singapore investors enjoy investing in REITs. Given that the low-interest-rate environment is here to stay, REITs continue to be able to refinance their debt at attractive levels. The one thing REIT investors need to be watchful about is how COVID-19 will change the way we live, work and play – as these will affect the various property types differently and also in different geographic regions. Even one year after COVID-19 was first reported, hospitality REITs continue to be impacted. Meanwhile, logistics, data centre and healthcare REITs are more relevant than ever. Read Also: [2020 Edition] Complete Guide To Start Your REITs Investing Journey In Singapore How Singapore REITs Performed In 1st Quarter 2021 To get a broad overview of h
Investment Income For Life
Blade Knight
2021-03-29 07:29:37
Capitaland Restructuring- Pattern More Than Badminton
The talk of the week everywhere has been on the Capitaland restructuring plan. I am not sure why everyone is so excited by it but the fact that the Net Asset Value Per Share is around S$4.88 (if you exclude the one off fair valuation revaluation losses and impairment of S$2.49 billion due to COVID) while the offer is worth only S$4.01 says a lot about this deal which is not too fantastic in my personal opinion since there is still 20% off the intrinsic value mark once the economy recovers further. The additional risks here is also whether the deal will be approved by shareholders and whether the new Capitaland real estate investment management division is really worth its S$1 Net Asset Value, are the other main unknown factors. I have always been amazed by how those very clever corporate f
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2021-02-14 20:25:03
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In 2020
2020 was a precarious year for property owners. Globally, travel has grinded to a halt, impacting hospitality properties. Even Retail, office and industrial properties have been affected to varying degrees, given the strict COVID-19 management measures. 2020 also feels like the harbinger of the new normal – accelerating trends to an extreme level. We already knew work-from-home was on the rise, online shopping growth was outpacing sales in brick-and-mortar stores, food delivery services were taking over F&B outlets and more. For REIT owners, distribution income was affected due to various countries implementing some form of cost sharing initiatives as shutdowns and “circuit breakers” we enforced. More than that, REIT investors also have to consider the longer term impacts of COVI
(The) Boring Investor
Lee Chin Wai
2021-01-17 22:03:53
Things Don't Look Good for Retail Landlords
The massive sell-down in Mar brought many REITs to rare, multi-year lows. This re-ignited my interest in REITs, as I have been out of them for many years due to their increasing debt levels and decreasing yields. However, I passed up the opportunity while I analysed what could be the impact of COVID-19 on REITs. Despite the massive government interventions, things do not look good for retail and F&B companies. And when tenants struggle, their landlords will also suffer. In this blog post, I will examine the potential impact of COVID-19 on 2 retail companies and 2 F&B companies.Before we begin, it is good to recap what are the measures the government has taken to cushion the impact on retail and F&B companies. Wage SupportThrough 4 extraordinary budgets, the government will
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2021-01-16 21:02:37
4 Stocks Institutional Investors Bought In Dec 2020 (And How They Did In Jan 2021) [17 Jan 2021] CapitaLand (SGX: C31); CICT (SGX: C38U); OCBC (SGX: O39); Wilmar (SGX: F34)
Institutional investors are typically large investors, such as fund management companies, pensions, insurance companies or other non-retail entities, that invest on behalf of others. The investments that they make a sometimes referred to as “smart money” – perhaps because they have the knowledge and expertise to make well-thought investment decisions compared to retail investors. In our 4 Stocks This Week, we look at 4 stocks which received the most “smart money” in December 2020, and analyse how they’ve subsequently performed in December 2020 to the first half of January 2021. Read Also: 4 Best Performing ETFs In 2020 [8 Jan 2021] Xtrackers MSCI China UCITS ETF (SGX: LG9/TID); United SSE 50 China ETF (SGX: JK8); SPDR Gold Shares (SGX: O87); Lyxor MSCI Asia Pacific Ex Japan UCI
Investment Income For Life
Blade Knight
2020-11-25 22:44:23
Stock Investment Portfolio Updates-22 November 2020
It is coming to almost the end of 2020. COVID seems to have become part and parcel of our lives. Everyday, seeing everyone wearing masks and the non-stop reporting of ever increasing 2nd or 3rd wave record breaking infections and fatalities overseas reminds us that the battle with the deadly virus is far from over. Even right now, the travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong which was supposed to commence today got postponed by at least another 2 weeks due to a new severe outbreak declared by the Hong Kong government. SIA and Cathay Pacific are most likely to decline slightly in the opening of the stock markets Monday morning.  I remain optimistic that the immediate emergency approval of Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccine in December 2020 will pave the way for an eventual defeat of
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-08-07 00:09:45
CapitaLand Retail China Trust Analysis @ 11 July 2020
Basic Profile & Key StatisticsCapitaLand Retail China Trust (CRCT) is a pure retail REIT with all of its properties in China.Lease ProfileOccupancy is healthy at 95.4%. WALE at 2.3 years is low as compared to other retail SREITs/BizTrust with properties in China. All of its income is received in RMB. Highest lease expiry by GRI of 30% will be expiring this year, this posts a slight concentrated lease expiry risk. Weighted average land lease expiry is the 2nd shortest for SREITs at only 24.3years.Debt ProfileGearing is healthy at 35.8%. Cost of debt of 2.9% is at median level despite high unsecured debt of 94.2%. Fixed rate debt is slightly higher than median level. Interest cover is at SREITs median level of 4.3 times. WADE is short at 2.55 years, however, debt is quite well-spread. Hi
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-08-07 00:09:29
CapitaLand Mall Trust Analysis @ 9 Jul 2020
Basic Profile & Key StatisticsCapitaland Mall Trust (CMT) is the first SREIT listed in SGX in July 2002. In January 2020, both Capitaland Mall Trust and Capitaland Commercial Trust (CCT) announced for merger through the acquisition by CMT, initially expected to be completed in June 2020. However, due to COVID, this has been delayed and management announced in May that the Long-Stop Date under the Implementation Agreement remains on 30 September 2020. Once merged, it would become the largest SREITs in terms of market cap.Lease ProfileOccupancy is high at 98.5%. Income received in SGD is not 100% because of its 11% interest in Capitaland Retail China Trust (CRCT).  WALE of 2.2 years is the median of retail SREITs with Singapore properties. The highest lease expiry by GRI of 32.4% wi





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