City Developments

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Market takes Fed’s 3-2-3 and property curbs in its stride

Property measures are likely to impact agencies more than developers says OCBC's Carmen Lee. The Fed's hawkish stance hurts REITs
First Sponsor clinches redevelopment of prime site in Sydney  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Property

First Sponsor clinches redevelopment of prime site in Sydney

First Sponsor Group, an associate company of City Developments has clinched a project to redevelop a prime site in Sydney
What’s next after Hongkong Land’s share buyback plan? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Property

What’s next after Hongkong Land’s share buyback plan?

Following Hongkong Land's share buyback programme, we look at what could materialise for companies with steep P/NAV ratios

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Is DBS undervalued and has City Developments bottomed out?

DBS may list its digital business Remit, says CEO. CDL looks undervalued compared to NAV and revalued NAV

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With ParkwayLife REIT at new highs, will traders choose First REIT?

Traders may prefer First REIT to ParkwayLife REIT because the latter is at new highs, and First REIT may offer some volatility.
Tough call: Buy CapitaLand or City Developments? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Tough call: Buy CapitaLand or City Developments?

What should traders do, trade CapitaLand, near a 10 year high or City Developments at a 1 year low?
Fourth CDL director, Jenny Lim, quits board - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Company in the news

Fourth CDL director, Jenny Lim, quits board

Lim, a former KPMG partner, joined CDL's board back in June 2018
IREIT Global to acquire Decathlon properties in France  without ‘financial doping’, backed by CDL - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

REITs

IREIT Global to acquire Decathlon properties in France without 'financial doping', backed by CDL

IREIT Global plans to acquire 27 properties from Decathlon which is likely to be yield accretive but NAV dilutive
Property-related stocks take a breather,  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Property-related stocks take a breather

Property-related stocks are taking a breather, consolidating recent gains while the STI is likely to ease
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