With two out of three telcos seeing their share prices falling over 20% in the past year, investors might be attracted to invest into the market. But hold your horses, the current price might not have priced i...
As suggested by its name, Cromwell Europe REIT is a REIT investing in a mix of office, light industrial/logistics and retail properties in Europe. It is the first and only European-focused REIT that is listed ...
The latest released figures have shown that development charges across all property sectors have gone up or remain unchanged. Sectors such as hotel and industrial rates remained unchanged from half a year ago ...
Despite the market’s woes about China’s shadow banking issue for years, the Chinese banks have yet to crash.
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We look at three main risks Mark Haefele, UBS Chief Investment Officer (CIO) highlighted in his monthly letter, and some tactical asset allocation approaches investors can consider taking.
Despite the strong headwinds in the REIT industry, the REITs of CapitaLand is expected to remain strong and weather the elements.
Small caps are expected to have moderate performance in 3Q2017 as the Straits Times Index (STI) gained 14.9% year to date (YTD).
Looking past the weakness prior, Macau’s gaming sector is back on track to grow. Casinos were luckier when it came to the VIP segment as profit growth is stronger than of revenue due to higher win rates.
DBS Research analysts expect the Business Parks to be the only subsector in industrial REITs to perform fairly well. Given the limited opportunities available in Singapore, industrial REITs are following the strategies adopted by fellow SREITs in other sectors by expanding overseas.