Highlights
SGX: CapitaCom Trust (C61U)       CAPITALAND COMMERCIAL TRUST
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
1.71   +0.01 (0.59%)  1.69 - 1.72  15,346,100

Overview

Avg Volume (4 weeks):12,922,247
4 Weeks Range:1.65 - 1.74
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
66.67%
52 Weeks Range:1.51 - 2.05
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
37.04%
Average Price Target: 1.92
Price Target Upside/Downside: +0.21

Market Buzz

Date Type Subject
13-Nov-2018 Announcement General Announcement::Presentation for Investor Meetings in Tokyo (14 - 16 November 2018)

Headlines

Date Subject
29-Oct-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: Expect Firmer Rental Reversions Ahead
29-Oct-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - Even Better Days Ahead
29-Oct-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - 3Q18 in Line
26-Oct-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: 3Q18 Results Met Expectations
26-Oct-2018 Phillip Capital Morning Note
26-Oct-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: AST2 Saves the Day
02-Oct-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) - Committed Occupancy at Asia Square Tower 2 Hits 97%
13-Sep-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - HSBC Extends Lease for Only One Year
13-Sep-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: Extends Lease With HSBC at 21 Collyer Quay by a Year
20-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - New acquisitions drive earnings growth
20-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: Continued Recovery in Office Rents
20-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) - 2Q18 DPU in Line; Firm Outlook for Singapore Office Properties
19-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - New Acquisitions Drive Earnings Growth
19-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - Higher Asset Valuation
19-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: 2Q18 Results Within Expectations
19-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - Leader of the Pack 
02-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust - Divesting Twenty Anson
02-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: Portfolio Reconstitution Continues With Twenty Anson Sale
02-Jul-2018 CapitaLand Commercial Trust: Proposed Divestment of Twenty Anson for S$516m
02-Jul-2018 Phillip Capital Morning Note

Business Background

CapitaLand Commercial Trust is Singapore’s first and largest commercial REIT with a market capitalisation of approximately S$6.9 billion. CCT aims to own and invest in real estate and real estate-related assets which are income producing and predominantly used, for commercial purposes. The total value of CCT’s deposited properties is approximately S$10.8 billion as at 31 December 2017 comprising a portfolio of 10 prime commercial properties in Singapore. The properties in Singapore are Capital Tower, CapitaGreen, Asia Square Tower 2, Six Battery Road, Raffles City (60.0% interest through RCS Trust), One George Street (50% interest through OGS LLP), HSBC Building, Twenty Anson, Bugis Village, and redevelopment of Golden Shoe Car Park (45% interest through Glory Office Trust and Glory SR Trust). CCT has been a constituent of FTSE4Good Index Series (FTSE4Good), a series of benchmark and tradable indices derived from the globally recognised FTSE Global Equity Index Series. FTSE4Good is designed to track the performance of companies meeting international corporate responsibility standards and forms the basis for over 70 different funds and investment products. CCT is also a constituent of other widely recognized benchmark indices such as MSCI, the SGX Sustainability Index and FTSE Straits Times Index. CCT is managed by an external manager, CapitaLand Commercial Trust Management Limited, which is an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of CapitaLand Limited, one of Asia’s largest real estate companies headquartered and listed in Singapore.

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