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When Growth is Bad for Shareholders

30 Apr 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
When we invest, we want to see our companies grow by selling more products and services and overwork the cash register. But, when can shareholders actually benefit from growth? Retail-mall REIT CapitaMalls Trust (SGX: C38U) grew its revenue by 53% from S$432m in 2007 to S$662m last year, while its distributable ...
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CapitaMalls Asia’s First Quarter Results – Fuelled by Shoppers

25 Apr 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
CapitaMalls Asia (SGX: JS8) released its first quarter results earlier in the morning today and shares are up slightly by 0.5% to $1.98 at 10:00am. As it is with investors, the focus is mostly on the bottom line and on that front, the company managed to deliver growth. Quarterly profit after tax and ...
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Shopping for CapitaMall Trust’s First Quarter Result

22 Apr 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
CapitaCommercial Trust (SGX: C38U) released its first quarter results on Friday morning and the market did not seem to take it too well despite it posting a 3.3% increase in distributable income to S$55.7m – shares were down 2.6% to $1.66. Will CapitaMall Trust (SGX: C61U) follow suit? Both trusts are ...
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CapitaMall Trust distributable income rises 11.3% to S$85.3m

21 Apr 2013 - Singapore Business Review
AEI works delivering on profit promise. In a release, CapitaMall Trust Management Limited (CMTML), the manager of CapitaMall Trust (CMT), announced CMT’s distributable income of S$85.3 million for the period 1 January to 31 March 2013 (1Q 2013) is 11.3% higher than the S$76.6 million for the same period ...
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Why CapitaMall Trust's lagging performance is 'unjustified'

5 Apr 2013 - Singapore Business Review
It has 15 quality malls in its portfolio. According to OCBC, CapitaMall Trust (CMT) has been a clear laggard within the S-REITs space, staying flat YTD versus an average of 11.0% increase in unit prices for its local retail peers (FTSE ST REIT Index: 7.2% YTD). OCBC believes this is unjustified given ...
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Are REITs in Danger?

20 Mar 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Singapore’s REITs have been on a tear since the start of 2012, judging by the 40% increase in the FTSE Straits Times Real Estate Investment Trust Index (SGX: FSTAS8670). The FTSE ST REIT index measures the performance of various REITs in Singapore and has demonstrated how yield-hungry investors have ...
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What Is A Cyclical Share?

15 Mar 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
In previous articles we have looked at value investing and we’ve looked at income investing. We’ve also looked at GARP investing and growth investing. Today we turn our attention to cyclical investing. What are cyclical shares? It can be argued that all shares are somehow cyclical because their profits ...
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Where Next For REITs

2 Mar 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
It’s been over a decade since Real Estate Investment Trusts or REITs appeared on the Singapore scene. The very first being CapitaMall Trust (SGX: C38U) which, with a current market value of S$7.4b, is still the daddy of the REIT sector Since then, 22 REITs have been added to the list of property companies ...
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Singapore’s Five Highest-Yielding Blue Chips

17 Feb 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
The Singapore market has climbed from a four-year low of 1,457 points on 9 March 2009 to a five-year high of 3,301 points. Despite the doubling in value of the Straits Times Index, 11 Singapore’s blue chips have yielded more than 3% and three have yielded more than 4%. Here are the five highest-yielding ...
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Singapore: Property Shares Are Riding High

16 Feb 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
After setting a new five-year high on Wednesday, Singapore stocks retreated on Friday, with the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) losing 0.22% on Friday. The index advanced 0.39% on the week; meanwhile, elsewhere in Asia: Weekly Gain Price-to-Earnings (Feb. 15)* Nikkei 225 +0.2% 19.3 Hang Seng Index ...
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