SGX Listed Stock

CAPITALAND LIMITED (SGX:C31)


SGD 3.180
-0.010 / -0.31%
Share Price as of: 2018-07-23 09:39
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1J27887962
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Real Estate / Real Estate / Real Estate Management and Development


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Compounding Wealth Through Sensible Investing
Chun Siang (Jacky)
2018-07-21 18:11:37
Sasseur Reit and Peers Comparison
The newest Reit to IPO on local bourse is Sasseur Reit, touted to be the first outlet mall Reit to be listed in Asia. It comprises an initial portfolio of four outlet malls located in Chongqing, Kunming and Hefei and offers investors the opportunity to invest in China's fast-growing retail outlet mall sector.Local investors now have another option to gain exposure to the retail consumption sector in China, dovetailing into the trend of growing middle class with increasing affluence.But are there alternatives in the local stock exchange that grant similar exposure to investors? You bet. Off the top of my mind, there are 3 other retail Reits with comparable assets : Capitaland Retail China Trust (CRCT), BHG Retail Reit (BHG) and Dasin Retail Trust (Dasin).There are many good analysis on sass
PropertyInvestSG
David
2018-07-21 08:41:43
Property news round up 22 Jul 2018
Latest curbs could see developers lower prices up to 10% DEVELOPERS may trim prices of new launches by as much as 10 per cent from their earlier indications in response to the latest round of property cooling measures, with high-end homes likely to see bigger adjustments, analysts say. In downgrading their stock ratings across several developers, some have started pricing in a 5-10 per cent reduction in average selling prices (ASP) in their forecasts, though they note that it is too early for any developer to consider writedowns on their projects yet. Maybank Kim Eng property analyst Derrick Heng, who has priced in a 5-10 per cent ASP reduction in his projections, said: “While we expect a moderation in EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) margins to single digits for most projects
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ccloh
2018-07-20 17:44:18
Corporate Result -- Jul/Aug 2018
1. SPH Reit  --  10th Jul 20182. SPH  --  11th Jul 20183. Kep Reit  --  16th Jul 20184. Soilbuild REIT  --  16th Jul 20185. Kep DC Reit  --  17th Jul 20186. Kep Infra Trust  --  17th Jul 20187. Kep-KBS US Reit  --  17th Jul 20188. First Reit  --  17th Jul 20189. Kep T&T  --  18th Jul 201810. Capitaland Comm Trust  --  19th Jul 201811. Kep Corp  --  19th Jul 201812. SATS  --  19th Jul 201813. SIA Engg  --  19th Jul 201814. CapitaMall Trust  --  20th Jul 201815. Semb Mar  --  20th Jul 201816. Mapletreelog Trust  --  23rd Jul 201817. MapletreeInd Trust  --  24th Jul 201818. Ascott REIT  --  24th Jul 201819. Fras
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-20 11:59:14
CapitaLand Mall Trust’s 2018 Second-Quarter Earnings: Distribution Per Unit Grows 2%
CapitaLand Mall Trust (SGX:C38U) is the first real estate investment trust (REIT) listed in Singapore. The REIT, which is also the largest retail REIT by market capitalisation, owns 15 shopping malls located here such as Tampines Mall, Junction 8, and IMM Building. CapitaLand Mall Trust also owns a 12.7% stake in CapitaLand Retail China Trust (SGX:AU8U), which mainly invests in shopping malls in China. This morning, CapitaLand Mall Trust announced its financial results for the second quarter ended 30 June 2018. Here are some of the key takeaways. Financial highlights Gross revenue for the reporting quarter inched up 1.6% year-on-year to S$171.4 million. The increase in gross revenue was primarily due to higher gross rental income from Plaza Singapura, Bedok Mall, Bugis Junction and Tampine
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Alan Luo
2018-07-20 09:26:30
SG Market (20 Jul 18)
MARKET OVERVIEW- The market may slip, tracking losses on Wall Street as financial shares lagged after US President Trump criticised the Fed for raising interest rates and countering efforts to grow the economy.- Commodities entered a correction on Thu with copper dipping below US$6,000/MT, while crude fell below US$68/barrel before rebounding.- Technically, the STI will face some resistance at 3,300 with next level at 3.340, while underlying support is at 3,200.CORPORATE RESULTS*Keppel Corp- 2Q18 net profit jumped 44.4% to $246.2m, bringing 1H18 earnings to $583.6m (+38%), which forms 58% of full-year consensus estimate.- Revenue for the quarter dipped 2% to $1.52b as higher O&M takings (+35%) and gas & power sales (+24%) were eroded by weaker property business (-55%) in China and Singapor
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-19 11:28:33
CapitaLand Commercial Trust’s 2018 Second Quarter Earnings: What Investors Should Know
CapitaLand Commercial Trust (SGX: C61U) is Singapore’s first and largest commercial real estate investment trust (REIT). Currently, its portfolio comprises 10 prime office properties in Singapore, and one in Frankfurt, Germany. Before the stock market opened today, the REIT announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2018. Gross revenue for the quarter grew 12% year-on-year to S$98.0 million. The increase was primarily due to the contribution from Asia Square Tower 2 (acquired on November 2017), which more than offset the loss in income from the divestments of One George Street, Golden Shoe Car Park, and Wilkie Edge last year. The Frankfurt property, Gallileo, which was acquired by the REIT on 18 June 2018, and CapitaGreen’s better performance, also contributed to the r
Singapore Stock Trading Insights | Joey Choy
Trading Impossible | Joey Choy
2018-07-19 09:57:53
Capitaland: Downside targets hit... Exit on bearish signal then some strength seen, now what? Price 3.13
Following up from previous blog post last month where Capitaland was at 3.30, it was mentioned that there can be more downside if the next key support were to break down…See blog post here again >> http://singaporetradinginsights.blogspot.com/2018/06/capitaland-selling-lower-as-mentioned.htmlSome downside target were drawn earlier and new ones reiterated… See what was projected again…As the first target above played out… we were expecting some short covering near 3.25 before the downside continued…Trend indicators were also looking weak and key supports were broken again…Note that this was EVEN BEFORE the property cooling measures were announce on the 6 July 2018And the thing is the price are already showing weakness before that…See reiterated target below as the sel
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Alan Luo
2018-07-19 09:08:09
SG Market (19 Jul 18)
MARKET OVERVIEW- The market is expected to grind higher amid the lack of direction and drivers as most of the early corporate results generally fall within expectations. - Privatisation offer for Wheelock Properties could trigger interest in other deeply discounted developers such as Wing Tai (0.47x P/B) and Ho Bee Land (0.52x P/B).- Technically, the STI appears to be entrapped by its 20-dma at 3,253 with further upside resistance at 3,300, while underlying support lies at around 3,190-200.CORPORATE RESULTS*Keppel T&T- 2Q18 net profit surged 138% to $26m, boosted by a $19.6m revaluation gain on Keppel DC REIT, which lifted 1H18 earnings to $35.4m (+59.5%). - Excluding the one-off gain core 1H18 profit of $15.8m (-28.8%) would have missed the sole full-year street estimate of $45.7m.- Reven
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Dinesh Dayani
2018-07-18 07:44:55
5 Reasons You Need To Diversify Your Bond Investments
Diversification is one of the simplest things investors can do to reduce our risk without affecting our potential returns. The concept is fairly straightforward, instead of being exposed to one company, we can choose to gain exposure to multiple companies. If we only invested in one company, and that company falls into financial difficulties, our entire portfolio will be at risk. If we invest in 20 companies, and that same company falls into financial difficulties, only 5% of our portfolio will be at risk. That’s the simple premise anyway. We tend to see this more clearly when investing in company stocks, but less so when investing into bonds. Here are five reasons why it’s equally important to diversify our bond portfolio. Read Also: Step-By-Step Guide To Bond Investing In Singapore #
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-17 14:47:39
2 REITs To Buy For Your Parents
Managing a portfolio for your parents can be a tricky task. Lose money, and you will never hear the end of it. Just imagine the backlash and nagging you will get. Therefore, it is essential that you choose stocks that can achieve decent returns with very limited downside risk. With that in mind, I have found two real estate investment trusts (REITs) that could be the perfect fit for parents. Not only do those REITs have impressive track records, the stable distributions and propensity for growth provide both stability and upside potential. The first REIT is Parkway Life REIT (SGX:C2PU). It is perhaps the most stable and consistent REIT in the stock market. Its portfolio consists of 50 healthcare-related properties that includes three in Singapore (Mount Elizabeth, Gleneagles and Parkway Ea
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David Kuo
2018-07-15 14:22:27
The Week Ahead: Keppel Corp, SATS, CCT and CMT
Four more Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) companies are pencilled in for quarterly results next week. Keppel Corporation (SGX: BN4) is starting to look more like the conglomerate that it is, rather than just a builder of oil rigs. In April, it posted a 33% jump in first-quarter earnings. This was thanks to a stronger performance from its property division. Keppel Corp will report on Thursday. It wasn’t the best of quarters for SATS (SGX: S58) when it reported earnings for the final three months of its financial year in May. Fourth-quarter earnings were down 1.8% following a slowdown in food solutions. Thankfully, that was offset by better results at gateway services. SATS will announce first-quarter results on Thursday. CapitaLand Commercial Trust (SGX: C61U) distributable income rose 7
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-13 11:36:16
What Investors Should Know About a Typical REIT Structure Using Frasers Centrepoint Trust as an Example
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) offer an alternative to owning properties. Under a REIT structure, investors’ (called unitholders) money is pooled together to invest in a portfolio of income-generating real estate such as offices, hotels, hospitals, and shopping malls. Just like stocks, they can be bought and sold on a stock exchange. In return for their capital, unitholders receive regular distributions from the REITs. The first Singapore REIT, CapitaLand Mall Trust (SGX: C38U), was listed in July 2002. It is also the largest retail REIT by market capitalisation of S$7.4 billion, as at 31 March 2018. It retail peer would be Frasers Centrepoint Trust (SGX: J69U), which is also a retail REIT that owns shopping malls such as Causeway Point and Changi City Point. Since REITs hav
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-12 21:41:39
8 Different Types of REITs and Stapled Trusts Listed in Singapore
There are around 40 real estate investment trusts (REITs) and stapled trusts in Singapore currently. As highlighted here, the REITs and six stapled trusts had an average distribution yield of 6.7%, as of 6 July 2018. The figure is an average, so some REITs will have an above-average yield while others will be below-average. A REIT’s distribution yield can be affected by a number of factors; one such factor is the sub-segment in which the REIT operates in. With that in mind, let’s look at the various sub-segments a REIT or stapled trust operate in, as categorised by the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS). Retail This sub-segment holds real estate used for retail activities such as shopping centres, something that most investors would be familiar with. To know if a certai
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-12 12:01:36
7 Blue-Chip Stocks That Might Be Affected By The New Property Cooling Measures
Last Thursday, the Singapore government made a surprise announcement that it is increasing the buyer stamp duty for private properties and tightening the loan-to-value limits. This comes as private property prices have risen to a four-year high after a frenzy of collective sales. These new regulations will not only affect property prices, but have also impact on some companies listed on the stock market. Here’s a quick list of stocks represented in the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) that might be affected. Property stocks Perhaps the biggest hit will be the property stocks that have residential development projects in Singapore. The new regulations will affect demand for residential property in Singapore and in turn, affect prices. Already, property developers have been courting home bu
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-11 19:22:58
Why the Recent Sell-Off for Property Stocks May Have Been Overdone
On Friday last week, property stock giants – City Developments Limited (SGX: C09), CapitaLand Limited (SGX: C31) and UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) – plunged 15.4%, 6.0% and 13.5% respectively. This was a knee-jerk reaction to the surprise news that the Singapore Government is implementing additional property cooling measures. Investors are anticipating lower demand for Singapore residential property and lower returns on investments for future residential projects in Singapore. This is due to the fact that demand will be dampened and that developers will also have to incur an additional 5% stamp duty when they purchase land banks. That said, the reaction from the market seemed too drastic in my view. Here are a few reasons why. Other revenue streams All three property companies have mult
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-11 19:16:31
5 Things To Know About The Singapore REIT Market Now
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) and stapled trusts are investment vehicles that invest in a portfolio of income-producing real estates. Besides its requirement to distribute at least 90% of distributable income, REITs also enjoy tax benefits that other property stocks do not. As such, unitholders enjoy stable and consistent distributions each year. Many of the REITs also offer distribution reinvestment schemes, allowing unitholders to easily reinvest their distributions. This has made REITs and stapled trusts one of the most popular investment vehicles in Singapore. The popularity of REITs and stapled trusts in Singapore has led more of them to choose to list here. There are now 34 REITs and six stapled trusts in Singapore, giving investors here a multitude of options. Here are five
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Lim Si Jie
2018-07-11 16:16:07
3 REITs With Double-Digit Upside Potential
Following our first article “4 Reasons To Invest In S-REITs Now”, we dive deeper into three REITs that DBS thinks could potentially reward investors with double digit returns. Investors Takeaway: Getting Double Digit Returns With These 3 REITs 1. Ascendas Hospitality Trust Ascendas Hospitality Trust (ASCHT) has been ignored by many investors due to its small market cap and its large exposure outside of Singapore. But it is precisely because of its presence in Australia (50 percent of FY18 net property income) and Japan (25 percent) that DBS thinks it is an opportunity to invest. Thanks to their low penetration of international visitors, DBS opines that both countries are experiencing a secular uptrend in the medium term. DBS also likes ASCHT for its ability to turn its assets into prof
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-10 15:28:08
Blue-Chip Property Stocks Fell Hard on Friday: Are They Cheap Now?
Property stocks in Singapore nose-dived dramatically on Friday, following the announcement of new property cooling measures in Singapore. The Singapore government made a surprise announcement to increase the buyer stamp duty by 5% for everyone, except for Singaporean and permanent resident first-time home owners. In addition, it also tightened the loan-to-value limits by five percentage points. This would have an impact on investors looking to buy a second investment property in Singapore and also increases the down payment needed to purchase a home. This will most certainly put investors off, and also make it more difficult for home-buyers to purchase a private property due to the higher initial down payment. The lower demand for private homes will, in turn, affect property developers who
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Lim Si Jie
2018-07-10 14:37:58
4 Reasons To Invest In S-REITs Now
REITs have traditionally been a mainstay in Singaporeans’ investment portfolio. However, with interest rates now rising, interest in REITs seem to have waned. However, DBS thinks that there are four good reasons why you should be investing in REITs at this point in time. S-REITs Aren’t Bonds, So Stop Pricing Them As One Investors and the market have been taking a cautious stance towards REITs due to rising interest rates and expensive valuations over the last five years. However, DBS opines that both investors and the market have been misreading drivers of REIT prices. After all, REITs are not straight out bonds and the impact of rising interest rates is mitigated by an expected upturn in rent rates. DBS notes that investors are incorrectly perceiving S-REITs as a straight forward bond





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