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Property share prices likely to be 'more muted' than in previous rounds due to attractive valuations: DBS

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan12/16/2021 10:19 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
Property share prices likely to be 'more muted' than in previous rounds due to attractive valuations: DBS
The analysts estimate that the en-bloc market may take a back seat as more land-banking options are now available to developers.
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DBS Group Research analysts Derek Tan and Rachel Tan say the negative knee-jerk reaction in the share prices of property developers is likely to be “more muted” compared to that of previous rounds.


See: Fresh set of property cooling measures with immediate effect and Property counters on SGX see red as cooling measures kick in

The analysts’ report comes after a fresh set of cooling measures were announced in the late hours of Dec 15. A few hours later, property counters on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) saw red as share prices dived.

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