CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT) said Friday its 2H21 net property income rose 61.6 % on-year, boosted by enlarged portfolio.
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT) has entered a deal to sell the JCube mall to a subsidiary of CapitaLand Group for S$340M.
CICT is now the preferred pick over Mapletree Commercial for large Singapore-centric commercial property exposure, Daiwa said Monday.
SG stocks Fri., 24 Dec. 2021: CICT, Mapletree Industrial, Spackman, Frasers Property, Keppel, China Everbright Water, Kitchen Culture, Shanaya and MDR.
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust plans to acquire 50% of Greenwood Plaza, a mixed-use development in North Sydney CDB, for A$422M.
SG stocks Wed., 22 Dec. 2021: FJ Benjamin, Far East Organization, Marco Polo, CICT, Temasek, Boldtek, MUST, AIT, ComfortDelGro, Straits Trading and JUMBO.
Temasek saw its deemed interest in CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT) fall after the trust’s private placement of new units.
SG stocks Fri., 10 Dec. 2021: Keppel, SPH, Cuscaden Peak, Sembcorp, UOB, Mapletree Logistics, CICT, Yangzijiang, ValueMax, Civmec, Hiap Seng and others.
Yangzijiang, CICT, Cosco Shipping, Stamford Land, Olam, Challenger, Raffles Education, QT Vascular, Duty Free International, Hong Leong Asia, Metech, AusGroup, Uni-Asia Group and Vividthree.
CICT priced its private placement at S$1.96 a unit, around the middle of its indicative range, amid strong demand, the trust said Wednesday.
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT) has launched a private placement of 103.63 million new units to raise at least S$200M.
Daiwa advised not reading too much into CICT’s Sydney foray, calling the move only “neutral to mildly positive.”