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SGX: OUE (LJ3)       OUE LIMITED
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
1.45   -0.01 (0.68%)  1.45 - 1.46  18

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13-Aug-2019 11-Sep-2019 26-Sep-2019 DIVIDEND Cash Dividend/ Distribution::Mandatory SGD 0.01 Dividend Detail
26-Feb-2019 15-May-2019 30-May-2019 DIVIDEND Cash Dividend/ Distribution::Mandatory SGD 0.01 Dividend Detail
26-Feb-2019 15-May-2019 30-May-2019 DIVIDEND Cash Dividend/ Distribution::Mandatory SGD 0.11 Dividend Detail
03-Aug-2018 13-Sep-2018 27-Sep-2018 DIVIDEND Cash Dividend/ Distribution::Mandatory SGD 0.01 Dividend Detail
22-Feb-2018 15-May-2018 31-May-2018 DIVIDEND Cash Dividend/ Distribution::Mandatory SGD 0.02 Dividend Detail
03-Aug-2017 15-Sep-2017 29-Sep-2017 DIVIDEND Cash Dividend/ Distribution::Mandatory SGD 0.01 Dividend Detail
17-Feb-2017 12-May-2017 26-May-2017 DIVIDEND Cash Dividend/ Distribution::Mandatory SGD 0.02 Dividend Detail

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Lansford Loo NAV per share of OUE C-REIT: $1.02 (unaudited Dec 2013)
Issue Price: $0.80 (discount of 21.8%)
Loss to sponsor, OUE on per share basis: -$0.10

Essentially, OUE trying to sell apart of their assets to the market cheaply. Thus this is the key reason why OUE drops.

So why did OUE C-REIT drop?
Reason why investors would buy REIT? For stable yields. Lets look at the yield quality of OUE C-REIT:
1. REIT manager: OUE. Can OUE get more properties for the REIT at discounted prices or get more yield accretive properties to justify the 0.3% base management fee + 25% performance fee?
2. Can OUE C-REIT sustain the 6.8% yield they claimed on the front page of the prospectus?
(see pg 42) without income support the yield drops to 5.56%
(see pg 85) net income S$32, but pay S$47m in distribution using unit-holder contributions? what you pay for, they just return it straight to you? [note: stable yield prob only 2-3%]
stabilizing manager? or price support manager? c.5% of the units can be utilized in stabilization.

looks like if you're participating the IPO, you are banking on the work of the stabilizing manager.


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