SGX Listed Stock

DASIN RETAIL TRUST (SGX:CEDU)


SGD 0.800
-0.030 / -3.61%
Share Price as of: 2020-03-30 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1DE2000000
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Real Estate / Real Estate / Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)


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DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-03-09 12:43:02
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In First Quarter 2020
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are popular investments in Singapore, as they own a portfolio of properties and pay out relatively good distributions from the rental income they receive on the properties. In our REITs Report Card column, we feature the performance of REITs every quarter. How Singapore-listed REITs Performed In The Year-To-Date 2020 The first three months of 2020 has seen its fair share of volatility, with the ongoing US-China trade war sanctions, a generally slowing global economy, and also hit with Covid-19, a novel Coronavirus which originated in Wuhan, China. This has given rise to greater price fluctuations in the stock market in 2020. To gauge how Singapore-listed REITs have performed in the year-to-date (ytd) 2020, we take reference from the iEdge S-REIT Index
The Fifth Person
Royston Yang
2020-03-02 00:16:44
3 key risks when investing in REITs (and how to avoid them)
Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, have done extremely well as an asset class. Since the very first Singapore REIT, Ascendas REIT, was listed back in 2002, there has been a slew of IPOs for different REITs covering a wide variety of sectors and geographies. The 43 REITs and trusts listed on the SGX generated an average total return of 23% in 2019 and ended the year with an average distribution yield of 6%. Investors gravitate towards REITs due to their stable nature: REITs are essentially securitised bundles of investment properties that generate a steady, consistent rental income. Regulations stipulate that REITs need to pay out at least 90% of their earnings as dividends. As most REITs pay out either a quarterly or half-yearly dividend, they are viewed as pseudo-fixed income in
The Asia Report Bottoms Up Investing
Editorial Team
2020-01-08 21:33:53
Guide to Investing in REITs
What are REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) A REIT, or real estate investment trust, is a group of properties that are bundled and packaged together under a structure that allows it to be listed on a stock exchange as a tradeable security. The REIT earns a steady rental income from leases signed with their its tenants. REITs are mandated by guidelines as to how they should operate in order to enjoy full tax transparency (i.e. they do not have to pay corporate taxes). One of these requirements is that a REIT needs to pay out at least 90% of its net profit as distributions to unitholders. Another is for regular quarterly reporting that is in compliance with the rules and regulations as stipulated by the Singapore Exchange. A third requirement is that REITs’ gearing level (i.e. total
S-REIT Investment Blog
jc.education.sg
2019-12-31 09:58:32
It has been a while... Thanks for being patient with me.
Hi everyone,It has been a long while since I blog about my investments. It has really been a busy year and somehow blogging about my investments took a back seat. However, I am still monitoring my investments but not as frequent as I should. There are missed opportunities which I am just thankful that I did not lose money.2019 has been a good year because apart from the passive income that I am getting, I have also some capital gains which I am really thankful for. Here are the details.Overall Capital: $423,000 (An increase of about $43,000)Passive Income: $48,000 (About $4,000 per month)It somehow cushion the great disappointment that I have in 2018 where I have to endure large capital losses. I also have to endure large drops from HPH Trust, Eagle Hospitality Trust and SoilBuild REIT whi
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2019-11-20 11:45:00
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In Fourth Quarter 2019
REITs are a popular and important part of the Singapore Exchange (SGX). There are close to 50 listed REITs, property-related business trust and REIT ETFs in Singapore. There are also numerous other unit trusts invested into Singapore and foreign listed REITs in Singapore. To get a better understanding of how well or badly Singapore REITs have performed, we dedicate significant time and resources to publish a report card each quarter. If you wish to catch up on previous quarters, you can refer to our regular REITs Report Card column. Read Also: Complete Guide To Investing In Singapore REITs How Has Singapore REITs Performed In The Year-To-Date 2019 To gauge how the Singapore REIT market has performed in the year-to-date (YTD) 2019, we can look at the iEdge S-REIT Index and the iEdge S-REIT
The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-09-30 11:07:49
3 High-Yielding REITs to Ride on China’s Retail Growth
Even though the US and China are engaged in a bruising and prolonged trade war, investors need to remember that China continues to demonstrate gross domestic product (GDP) growth as a result of domestic consumption. In a country with a 1.5 billion population along with a rapidly-rising middle-class segment, retail is still seeing excellent growth prospects. In recent years, there have been a good number of real estate investment trusts (REITs) listed on the Singapore stock exchange that offers investors exposure to the Chinese economy. Some are pure-play REITs (i.e. REITs that have properties exclusively in China) while others are diversified REITs that own properties in many countries, including China. Here are three high-yield pure-play Chinese REITs that allow investors to gain exposur
The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-09-18 08:57:36
3 REITs That Conducted Secondary Share Placements Recently
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are known to employ a variety of methods to fund mergers and acquisitions (M&A), and these include options involving debt and equity. The most straightforward method used by REITs would be to take on more debt, but this will increase its leverage ratio (i.e. total debt divided by total asset) and may offer it less room to take on debt in future. The maximum leverage that a REIT can take up is 45%, so many REITs tap on capital markets as an alternative source of funding. Secondary share placements are a common source of fundraising and involve the issuance of new shares to a new group of investors who take up a stake in the REIT. Such placements will increase the issued share capital base of the REIT and be dilutive to distribution per unit (DPU),





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