Ascott Residence Trust

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Rights issue ‘dilutive to yield and NAV’ for Ascott REIT: Religare

SINGAPORE (March 7): The rights issue by Ascott Residence Trust to raise $442.7 million for the purchase of three properties in Germany and Singapore will be dilutive to both yield and net asset va

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Another tough operating year ahead for Singapore’s hospitality sector

SINGAPORE (Jan 18): OCBC Investment Research is keeping its “neutral” rating on Singapore’s hospitality sector on expectations of a challenging 2017, but highlighting opportunities for dollar-cost

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What Nov's higher visitor arrivals but low RevPAR mean for hospitality REITs

SINGAPORE (Jan 13): Singapore saw 1.2 million visitor arrivals in November, 2.5% higher compared to a year ago, according to the city-state’s tourism board.

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Hospitality REITs still strong as tourist arrivals in Oct falls for the first time in 2016

SINGAPORE (Dec 29): UOB Kay Hian is keeping its “overweight” call on Singapore real estate investment trusts (REITs) despite visitor arrivals in Oct dipping by 1.6% y-o-y to  1.2 million visitors.

Stocks to buy following Brexit rebound

SINGAPORE (July 18): The STI has rebounded since news of the UK voting in a referendum on June 24 to leave the European Union, suggesting the market has brushed off fears over Brexit.

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CapitaLand’s Ascott to buy prime Australian property for $71 mil

SINGAPORE (July 12): CapitaLand's wholly-owned serviced residence business unit, The Ascott, is acquiring a 221-unit serviced residence in Docklands, Melbourne, for A$71 million ($71 million) as pa

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Ascott Residence Trust kept at ‘hold’ by CIMB with $1.16 target price

SINGAPORE (June 29): CIMB has maintained its “hold” call for Ascott Residence Trust (ART), with a target price of $1.16, according to a report dated Tuesday.

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Stock picks for investors seeking shelter from Brexit: UOB

SINGAPORE (June 27): UOB is recommending investors seek shelter in dividend-yielding stocks such as Singtel, ST Engineering, SPH, SATS, REITs and plantation companies on the back of continuing mark

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Hospitality SREITs earnings to stabilise on improved market conditions and new assets, says Fitch

SINGAPORE (June 24): Earnings of Hospitality SREITs are expected to stabilise in 2016 due to higher visitor arrivals and income from new assets, according to Fitch Ratings in a Tuesday report.

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