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Frasers Centrepoint Trust to divest YewTee Point for $220 mil

Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT) has divested YewTee Point for $220 million through a sale and purchase agreement (SPA) with an unrelated third party on March 19.

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Frasers Centrepoint Trust raises stake in Waterway Point to 40%

SINGAPORE (Sept 9): Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT), the developer-sponsored retail REIT, has raised its stake in Waterway Point, the suburban retail mall located at 83 Punggol Central, to 40% from

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FCT preferred for its resilient malls, strategic diversification and index inclusion plans

SINGAPORE (July 29): Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT) delivered a strong set of results in 3Q19, despite seeing a dip in DPU due to an enlarged unit base.

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Fraser Centrepoint Trust kept at 'buy' by DBS, Maybank and OCBC

SINGAPORE (Apr 26): Maybank Kim Eng, DBS Group Research and OCBC Investment Research -- are maintaining Fraser Centrepoint Trust (FCT) at “buy” with target prices of $2.60, $2.60 and $2.61 respecti

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Why Frasers Centrepoint's two northern malls are doing well

SINGAPORE (Sept 5): It's no wonder why Frasers Centrepoint Trust's Northpoint City and Causeway Point are two of the biggest malls in the northern region.

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This developer offers one of the highest dividend yields

SINGAPORE (April 7): DBS is maintaining its “buy” on Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL) with a target price at $2.00 for its attractive valuations and 5% dividend yield which is one of the highest a

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‘Tis the season to ride the M&A wave

SINGAPORE (Nov 9): Following the recent spate of privatisation, UOB Kay Hian is casting the spotlight on the merger and acquisition (M&A) investment theme.

Shoppers’ wallets stay shut in 3Q16 and possibly beyond

SINGAPORE (Oct 5): Singapore’s retail environment continues to be challenging in 3Q, and weaker-than-expected economic growth and the soft job market is likely to affect spending for the rest of th

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