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Retail REITs favoured on 'faster-than-expected' recovery: KGI - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Retail REITs favoured on 'faster-than-expected' recovery: KGI

KGI Securities favours retail REITs on a faster-than-expected retail recovery in Singapore, say analysts in an Oct 5 note. 

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MCT kept at ‘buy’ on strong performance from Vivocity and MBC acquisitions

SINGAPORE (July 17): Maybank’s Kim Eng Research has kept its “buy” call for Mapletree Commercial Trust (MCT) with an unchanged target price of $2.15.


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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Markets cheered by lockdown easing, but grim long-term outlook awaits

SINGAPORE (May 5): As the world begins to tentatively lift tough lockdown measures implemented in the wake of Covid-19, DBS Group Research has advised investors to look into Covid-19 casualties tha


Real estate investment trusts remain bankers' best friends amid record fundraising

SINGAPORE (Dec 23): Real estate investment trusts raised $6.4 billion this year, excluding two REIT mergers that were completed and two acquisitions by Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust


The year's REIT gainers and losers

SINGAPORE (Dec 20): The year’s top gainer was no surprise (see chart 1).

No changes to STI constituents

SINGAPORE (June 1): Global index provider FTSE Russell announces that there will be no changes to the constituents of the Straits Times Index (STI), following the June quarterly review.

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REITs and developers to ‘buy’ on improving economic fundamentals

SINGAPORE (March 17): As global economic fundamentals begin to improve, DBS Vickers Securities is expecting prices to be supported for Singapore REITs (S-REITs) in the near term given earlier fears

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Meet the potential winners amid Fed rate hikes

SINGAPORE (March 17): Rising interest rates on the back of US Fed rate hikes should favour banks, property developers, and stocks with yield backed by net cash, says DBS Group Research.

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