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China Property and Energy Crises Deliver Blow to GDP Growth - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

China Focus

China property and energy crises deliver blow to GDP growth

China's 3Q2021 GDP slows to 4.9% y-o-y growth, down from 7.9% y-o-y growth in 2Q2021 as slower property market bites

Property

Yanlord generates pre-contracted sales of RMB36.8 bil for 9MFY2021, down 30.9% y-o-y

The slowdown for the month of September is more pronounced
Residential property market to remain buoyant; government tightening measures remain 'risk': DBS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Property

Residential property market to remain buoyant; government tightening measures remain 'risk': DBS

The analysts’ comments come as the top bidders for two government land sales (GLS) sites at One-North were revealed on Sept 28.
IOI bid for Marina View White Site has ample buffers to make good returns: DBS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Property

IOI bid for Marina View White Site has ample buffers to make good returns: DBS

The analysts note that there is viability on the hotel component to capture normalised travel demand in five years.
Hongkong Land buys back more shares, brings total to 2.13 million - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Buybacks

Hongkong Land buys back more shares, brings total to more than 2 million

Thus far, Hongkong Land has been buying back at between US$4.31 and US$4.54.
Government may impose cooling measures amid new high in Singapore's property price index: DBS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Property

Government may impose cooling measures amid new high in Singapore's property price index: DBS

The analysts say current trends indicate that Singapore may be returning to the en-bloc fever in 2016-2017.

Property

Property prices may continue to rise for suburban condominiums: DBS

Next on the analysts’ watchlist is the launch of The Commondore Condo @ Canberra and the Parc Greenwich EC.
Our property coverage through the years  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

1000th issue

Our property coverage through the years

We take a look at how we covered property in previous issues.
Hongkong Land 1HFY2021 US$865 million in the red, on further revaluation losses - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

Hongkong Land 1HFY2021 US$865 million in the red, on further revaluation losses

The company is keeping its dividend of 6 US cents per share

Property

CapitaLand, UOL, CDL and APAC Realty among analysts' top property picks

Analysts from CGS-CIMB and RHB have kept "overweight" on the Singapore property sector.
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