| SGX: CapitaLand (C31) || || CAPITALAND LIMITED |
|Last Price ||Today's Change || Day's Range || Trading Volume |
|3.76 || 0.00 (0.00%) || 3.53 - 3.79 || 24,171,800 |
|Avg Volume (4 weeks):||13,361,589|
|4 Weeks Range:||3.53 - 3.79|
|4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):|
|52 Weeks Range:||2.85 - 3.79|
|52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):|
|Average Price Target: || 3.95 |
|Price Target Upside/Downside: || +0.19 |
|Date ||Type ||Subject |
| 27-Apr-2017 || Price Target || CapitaLand set to soar even higher on strong catalysts |
Source : DBS Vickers, Price Call : BUY, Price Target : 4.33
Last Price : 3.76, Upside/Downside : +0.57(15.16%)
| 26-Apr-2017 || Price Target || CapitaLand Limited: Firm Set of 1Q17 Numbers |
Source : OCBC, Price Call : BUY, Price Target : 3.93
Last Price : 3.76, Upside/Downside : +0.17(4.52%)
| 26-Apr-2017 || Price Target || CapitaLand 1Q results expected; excitement is in potential acquisition of Asia Tower 2 |
Source : Maybank Kim Eng, Price Call : HOLD, Price Target : 3.70
Last Price : 3.76, Upside/Downside : -0.06(1.60%)
| 26-Apr-2017 || News || CapitaLand, CITIC Envirotech, CDLHT, SPH, MCT, Atlantic Navigation, Ho Bee Land, Ascendas REIT |
| 26-Apr-2017 || News || CapitaLand posts 77% rise in 1Q earnings at $387 mil on better operating performance |
| 25-Apr-2017 || News || Parkway Life, Frasers Centrepoint, CapitaLand, Cambridge Industrial, Mapletree Industrial, HPHT, Singapore Medical, Neratel |
| 28-Apr-2017 || Announcement || Change - Change in Corporate Information::Dormant wholly owned subsidiary in member's voluntary liquidation |
| 27-Apr-2017 || Announcement || General Announcement |
| 26-Apr-2017 || Announcement || Asset Acquisitions and Disposals |
| 26-Apr-2017 || Announcement || General Announcement |
| 26-Apr-2017 || Announcement || Financial Statements and Related Announcement::First Quarter Results |
| 25-Apr-2017 || Announcement || General Announcement::Composition of Board Committees |
| 25-Apr-2017 || Announcement || General Announcement::Ascott Residence Trust & CapitaLand Mall Trust - "Appointment & Cessation of CEO of REIT Managers" |
| 25-Apr-2017 || Announcement || General Announcement |
| 25-Apr-2017 || Announcement || Announcement of Appointment |
| 25-Apr-2017 || Announcement || Announcement of Cessation |
| 24-Apr-2017 || Announcement || REPL::Annual General Meeting::Voluntary |
|27/04/2017 || CapitaLand set to soar even higher on strong catalysts |
|26/04/2017 || CapitaLand 1Q results expected; excitement is in potential acquisition of Asia Tower 2 |
|26/04/2017 || CapitaLand Limited: Firm Set of 1Q17 Numbers |
|26/04/2017 || CapitaLand, CITIC Envirotech, CDLHT, SPH, MCT, Atlantic Navigation, Ho Bee Land, Ascendas REIT |
|26/04/2017 || CapitaLand posts 77% rise in 1Q earnings at $387 mil on better operating performance |
|25/04/2017 || Parkway Life, Frasers Centrepoint, CapitaLand, Cambridge Industrial, Mapletree Industrial, HPHT, Singapore Medical, Neratel |
|04/04/2017 || Here's why STI investments could see better returns than Singapore's property market |
|04/04/2017 || Ascott to build Citadines serviced residences in Brazil |
|30/03/2017 || CapitaLand continues to deliver balanced results in an uncertain environment |
|30/03/2017 || CapitaLand Limited: To deepen presence in Vietnam |
|29/03/2017 || CapitaLand Limited: Management contract for Singpost Centre |
|28/03/2017 || SingPost Centre win shows good progress of new recurring income stream |
|28/03/2017 || CapitaLand, Ezion, RHT Health Trust, ISR Capital, Top Glove, TEE International, Sysma, Neo Group |
|28/03/2017 || CapitaLand Mall Asia to manage mall at upcoming SingPost Centre |
|27/03/2017 || One likely developer to benefit from acquisition of Asia Square Tower 2 |
|06/03/2017 || OUE has most opportunities for RNAV crystallisation, says Deutsche |
|01/03/2017 || CapitaLand may be rising, but here's why it is still not time to 'buy' |
|20/02/2017 || CapitaLand on the rise with Japan acquisitions |
|17/02/2017 || UOB, CapitaLand, OUE, iFAST, SGX, SIIC Environment, Chip Eng Seng, Singapore O&G |
|17/02/2017 || CapitaLand acquires 3 office buildings and a mall in Tokyo for $620.1 mil |
CapitaLand Limited is a real estate company engaged in real estate, hospitality and real estate financial services, which are focused in cities of Asia Pacific and Europe. Its segments include CapitaLand Residential Singapore, CapitaLand China Holdings, CapitaLand Commercial, Ascott, CapitaLand Financial, CapitaMalls Asia, Australand and Others. In September 2011, it liquidated CCH Project Management Limited and Somerset Land Pte Ltd. In October 2011, it incorporated Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo Godo Kaisha and CapitaLand Ascott Project Management Sdn. Bhd. In October 2011, StorHub Holding Pte. Ltd. established StorHub 31 Pte. Ltd. In October 2011, it dissolved CCH Project Management Limited. In November 2011, it disposed Beamel Overseas Limited. In November 2011, it formed CapitaLand Xinye (Hangzhou) Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. In November 2011, Hampshire Holdings Pte. Ltd. was liquidated. In December 2011, it incorporated KR Realty Pte Ltd and Sims Place Realty Limited.
ozee1088 What's the latest price target?
Trader Hub Looks like the latest price target is $3.53 from Citigroup
wonghw please tell me why i cannot find CAPITALAND MB ECW140801 - SP4W - on the www.sgx.com
inphyy Vested at 3.1. Today high price 3.21. Still have room to inch up. Cheers!
cascoc How high can it go this time?
inphyy next resistance 3.26
inphyy Our system’s recommendation today is to STAY LONG. The previous BUY recommendation was issued on 8/10/2013, 10 days ago, when the stock price was 3.0800. Since then C31.SI has risen by +3.25%.
Candlesticks warned us today to be on alert with a new bearish pattern. Market attention is now on the downside.
inphyy Hmmm...hover price same last week 3.21. Me hold on to my 200
inphyy NOTIFICATION OF RESULTS RELEASE * FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND RELATED ANNOUNCEMENT
For the Financial Period Ended * 30-09-2013
CapitaLand Limited wishes to announce that its financial results for the third quarter ended 30 September 2013 will be released before the start of trading on Thursday, 31 October 2013.
inphyy price hover again?...look like have to wait until result out
cascoc 3.12 ...will it go below ?
inphyy CapitaLand's Q3 net profit down 8.7% on-year
inphyy Already PT... profit taking
inphyy me only consider at 2.98
inphyy low 3.01...closing bell 3.04
soul9110 what happen to this counter? keep droping from last few week till now?
inphyy Again? low 3.01...closing bell 3.04.
Daily trade at this range, can eat Roti John. No hope for lobster meal
clarence_yeo2003 capitaland trading halt anyone got any news pertaining to the trading halt?
cascoc Singapore’s CapitaLand to Sell a Third of its Australand Stake
2013-11-20 05:17:33.901 GMT
By Nichola Saminather
Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- CapitaLand Ltd., Southeast Asia’s
biggest developer, is seeking to sell part of its 59 percent
stake in Australand Property Group to raise as much as A$433.7
million ($408 million).
CapitaLand is offering 115.7 million shares, equal to about
20 percent of Australand’s outstanding securities, the
Singapore-based company said in a filing through the stock
exchange today. CapitaLand is offering the shares at A$3.685 to
A$3.750 each, according to terms for the transaction obtained by
CapitaLand this year carried out a review of its
businesses, which it concluded in July with a decision to
maintain its stake in Sydney-based Australand. During the
review, several parties expressed an interest in all or part of
Australand’s business. The Australian developer said yesterday
that it expects impairments of about A$65 million in its
commercial and residential development businesses.
The sale will be done through an accelerated bookbuild
process underwritten by Citigroup Inc., according to the filing.
The allocation and pricing of the shares will take place
tomorrow, with terms of the sale to be announced following that,
CapitaLand said today.
Australand shares were 3.4 percent lower at A$3.75 before
trading was halted in Sydney and are up 10 percent this year.
CapitaLand shares were down 1.3 percent at S$3.06 before they
were suspended from trading.
clarence_yeo2003 CNBC report today daiwa has a sell call on capitaland with target price 2.65.
inphyy Arrhh! don't think so. After disappointed results, me placed at 2.98. Last 2 weeks low at 3.01.
Well...me have to wait.
inphyy CapitaLand buys back 2 million shares
At weighted average of S$3.0037 per share.
CapitaLand Limited (CapitaLand) announced that it has bought back an aggregate of 2 million shares of CapitaLand in an on-market share buyback exercise on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited on 6 December 2013.
This was in pursuant to the Share Buyback Mandate approved by shareholders at the Extraordinary General Meeting of CapitaLand held on 26 April 2013.
The Shares were bought back at the weighted average price of S$3.0037 per Share.
CapitaLand will hold the bought back Shares as treasury shares. At approximately 17% discount to CapitaLand’s Net Tangible Asset of S$3.63 as at 30 September 2013, Management believes that the current CapitaLand share price is attractive given the outlook for CapitaLand’s businesses in Singapore and China.
CapitaLand may consider further Buybacks subject to market conditions.
inphyy bought some at 2.98 ≧◠◡◠≦✌
inphyy closing bell 3.020 +0.040
inphyy Hmmm... monitor first before second enter
inphyy CapitaLand, related entities to sell Westgate Tower for $579 million
nphp1117 What's price of this stock expected in 12-18 months time?
flekswood @nphp1117 with China slowing down, I expect further downside in the medium term towards S$2.50 range.
nphp1117 @flekswood thanks for feedback. In that case I have to hold it longer term.
maomao Is it worth to invest on this counter now?
Ruth Lim Would suggest to hold on for a while, look for Level 2.99-3.01 to enter, which will be it nearest support level. Over all looking positive on charts.
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michalewong True, with todays trend you can enter with average buying of 3.01-3.02 but would also suggest a stop loss @ 2.94-2.96
wangly0002 Issued convertible bonds: good or bad?