Eagle Hospitality Trust

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Eagle Hospitality Trust’s manager and trustee outline restructuring and rehabilitation plans

Eagle Hospitality Trust’s manager and trustee announced on Sept 23 that they have taken the first steps in a rehabilitation plan.

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Eagle Hospitality Trust announces 1H2020 loss, itemises defaults and non-payments by Urban Commons

Eagle Hospitality Trust -which owns 18 hotels including the Queen Mary Long Beach, a ship - announced 2Q2020 and 1H2020 results on Aug 14. The costs have ballooned.

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More updates on Eagle Hospitality Trust

On Aug 14, Eagle Hospitality Trust’s manager and trustee said they discovered an unauthorised loan application dated May 18, 2020 made under the United States Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) admi

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Eagle Hospitality Trust update: Urban Commons and the audacity of hope

In a somewhat audacious move, on Aug 12, Urban Commons, the sponsor of Eagle Hospitality Trust when it listed in May last year, issued a press release full of angst.

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Eagle Hospitality Trust is a lost cause, unitholders’ hopes hinge on full investigation

SINGAPORE (May 22): This afternoon, we received an open letter from a unitholder of Eagle Hospitality Trust.

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NAV may be better benchmark as REITs cut DPU 

SINGAPORE (May 8): For the next few months, investors may start monitoring price to net asset value for REITs rather than their yields.

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What did Urban Commons do with proceeds from Eagle's IPO?

SINGAPORE (Apr 24): The suspended Eagle Hospitality Trust is a stapled security comprising of EH-REIT which is the active part of the stapled security, and a dormant business trust.

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EHT's default not just caused by Covid-19 and hurricanes but by a valuation deficit

SINGAPORE (March 30): In our manifold coverage of Eagle Hospitality Trust (EHT) in print and online — see cover story “Saving Queen Mary” (Issue 906, Nov 4, 2019) — we had flagged issues with the R

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Covid-19 fallout hits hospitality trusts, retail

 SINGAPORE (Feb 28): Since the start of the year, hospitali­ty trusts are the poorest-performing sector, followed by retail. In fact, on a non-weighted basis, all S-REITs are down year-to-date.

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