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 Post subject: Re: AMATOR's News & misc
PostPosted: October 29th, 2012, 8:55 am 
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Neptune Orient Lines Target Cut To S$1.20 From S$1.58 - Daiwa
Neptune Orient Lines Cut To Hold From Buy - Daiwa



Neptune Orient Lines Target Raised To S$1.46 From S$1.35 By Maybank-Kim Eng

Neptune Orient Lines Target Raised To S$1.36 From S$1.14 By Phillip Securities
Neptune Orient Upgraded To Accumulate From Neutral By Phillip Securities

CapitaMalls Asia Target Raised To S$2.25 From S$2.09 By Maybank-Kim Eng

CapitaMalls Asia Target Raised To S$1.93 Vs S$1.82 By Phillip Securities
CapitaMalls Asia Downgraded To Accumulate From Buy By Phillip Securities

CapitaCommercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.35 From S$1.24 By Maybank-Kim Eng

Suntec REIT Target Raised To S$1.83 From S$1.70 By Daiwa

Mapletree Commercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.38 From S$1.20 By Credit Suisse

Suntec REIT Fair Value Raised To S$1.70 From S$1.45 By OCBC
Suntec REIT Upgraded To Buy From Hold By OCBC

Ezra Holdings Fair Value Cut To S$1.30 From S$1.40 By OCBC

CapitaMalls Asia Fair Value Raised To S$2.16 From S$1.85 By OCBC


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 Post subject: Re: AMATOR's News & misc
PostPosted: October 29th, 2012, 9:58 am 
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Amator wrote:
Neptune Orient Lines Target Cut To S$1.20 From S$1.58 - Daiwa
Neptune Orient Lines Cut To Hold From Buy - Daiwa



Neptune Orient Lines Target Raised To S$1.46 From S$1.35 By Maybank-Kim Eng

Neptune Orient Lines Target Raised To S$1.36 From S$1.14 By Phillip Securities
Neptune Orient Upgraded To Accumulate From Neutral By Phillip Securities

CapitaMalls Asia Target Raised To S$2.25 From S$2.09 By Maybank-Kim Eng

CapitaMalls Asia Target Raised To S$1.93 Vs S$1.82 By Phillip Securities
CapitaMalls Asia Downgraded To Accumulate From Buy By Phillip Securities

CapitaCommercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.35 From S$1.24 By Maybank-Kim Eng

Suntec REIT Target Raised To S$1.83 From S$1.70 By Daiwa

Mapletree Commercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.38 From S$1.20 By Credit Suisse

Suntec REIT Fair Value Raised To S$1.70 From S$1.45 By OCBC
Suntec REIT Upgraded To Buy From Hold By OCBC

Ezra Holdings Fair Value Cut To S$1.30 From S$1.40 By OCBC

CapitaMalls Asia Fair Value Raised To S$2.16 From S$1.85 By OCBC


NOL:
CIMB Keeps at Underperform, cuts TP to $1.12 from $1.30
Nomura keeps at Reduce with TP $1.00.
HSBC keeps at Underweight with TP $0.90, views upcoming rate hikes as unlikely to sustain given weak outlook from industry players.
Deutsche maintains at Buy with TP $1.45, says it is encouraged by the container shipping industry’s recent moves to reduce capacity, which could lead to rates stabilization.

Mapletree Comm Trust:
Deutsche keeps at Buy with TP $1.33
CIMB keeps at Outperform, raises TP to $1.39 from $1.14

CapitaCommercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.73 From S$1.48 By CIMB

CapitaMalls Asia Target Raised To S$1.80 From S$1.47 By CIMB

Ezra Holdings Target Raised To S$1.55 From S$1.38 By CIMB

Frasers Commercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.37 From S$1.21 By CIMB

Frasers Commercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.35 From S$1.17 By UOB KayHian

Suntec REIT Target Raised To S$1.79 From S$1.59 By CIMB

Suntec REIT Upgraded To Buy By DMG & Partners

Ezra Holdings Target Raised To S$1.53 From S$1.36 By UOB KayHian

Neptune Orient Lines Upgraded To Buy From Hold By UOB KayHian
Neptune Orient Lines Target Raised To S$1.54 From S$1.26 By UOB KayHian

CapitaMalls Asia Target Raised To S$2.15 From S$1.94 By Jefferies

Mapletree Commercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.35 Vs S$1.14 By DBS Vickers

CapitaCommercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.77 From S$1.50 By DMG & Partners

Suntec REIT Target Raised To S$1.80 From S$1.51 By DMG & Partners

Keppel Corp Target Cut By 3% To S$11.60 By Macquarie
Keppel Corp Downgraded To Neutral From Outperform By Macquarie

CapitaCommercial Trust Target Raised To S$1.66 From S$1.48 By Deutsche Bank

Suntec REIT Target Raised To S$1.64 From S$1.50 By Deutsche Bank


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 Post subject: Re: AMATOR's News & misc
PostPosted: October 29th, 2012, 11:57 am 
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All U.S. stock and option trading will be closed on Monday because of Hurricane Sandy, with the move adding to earlier plans to close floor trading only. Markets may also remain closed Tuesday, reports said. The decision to keep the markets shut on Monday came after an agreement between the bourses, regulators and trading firms late Sunday. Earlier Sunday, exchanges said they would largely be open for electronic trading, while closing their trading floors.


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 Post subject: Re: AMATOR's News & misc
PostPosted: October 30th, 2012, 7:42 am 
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SINGAPORE: The Singapore real estate investment trust (REIT) market is up about 40 per cent this year -- double the returns in major REIT markets like the US and Japan.

While returns and yield spreads on Singapore REITs may be the best in the world, some analysts said the market could become over-invested

In 2002, CapitaMall Trust became the first Singapore-listed REIT. A decade on, there are over 20 REITs across the commercial, industrial, hotel and healthcare property sectors.

Low interest rates on bank deposits have helped to keep investor interest high in REITs and other stapled securities.

Industrial REITs for example pay dividends of up to eight per cent -- more than the five to six per cent offered by blue chip stocks.

Gabriel Yap, executive chairman of GCP Global, said: "The REITs are trading at about 20 times the PE (price to earnings ratio) as compared to the real estate developers at only 12 times. Because it's a REIT structure that pays stable dividends, the valuations are much higher."

Some analysts said REITs may be an over-invested asset class.

Excluding other stapled securities and business trusts, such as Hutchison Port Holdings Trust, the REIT market in Singapore has a market capitalisation of around US$38 billion. That is up more than three times from its post-Lehman crisis bottom in 2008.

Terence Wong, executive director at DMG & Partners Research, said: "There is a risk of the sector being over-owned, since everybody wants a piece of the pie right now. We've seen that in 2006 and 2007, where REITs were seen very much as a growth stock. And I think that's the danger.

"Right now, we're seeing the same thing, with the REITs rising about 40 per cent so far this year. When complacency sets in, if the party ends, I think a lot of people will get hurt."

From 2004 to 2007, many REITs enjoyed high valuations due to the stock market boom. REIT managers borrowed money to acquire new properties, increasing their gearing.

But the financial crisis struck in 2008, and many REIT managers with over-geared balance sheets were forced to raise cash by issuing more equity, thereby diluting the value of the stock.

In a little more than six months, from May to December 2008, the market capitalisation of REITs had fallen 2.6 times.


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 Post subject: Re: AMATOR's News & misc
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U.S. stock exchanges will remain closed on Tuesday while Hurricane Sandy hits the East Coast, said NYSE, the parent of the New York Stock Exchange. The closure will be in coordination with all U.S. equities, bonds, options and derivatives markets, the company said in a release. The intention is to reopen on Wednesday, conditions permitting.


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 Post subject: Re: AMATOR's News & misc
PostPosted: October 30th, 2012, 10:23 am 
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Starhill Global REIT:

Maybank Kim Eng Research reiterates Buy with TP $0.85
CIMB maintains Neutral, raises TP to $0.81 from $0.75
Fair Value Raised To S$0.84 From S$0.79 By OCBC

CDL Hospitality Trusts Fiar Value Cut To S$1.91 From S$2.06 By OCBC

CDL Hospitality Trusts Target Cut To S$2.00 From S$2.20 By DMG & Partners
CDL Hospitality Trusts Downgraded To Neutral By DMG & Partners


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 Post subject: Re: AMATOR's News & misc
PostPosted: October 31st, 2012, 8:46 am 
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CapitaLand Target Raised To S$3.55 From S$3.27 By Phillip Securities

CapitaLand Target Raised To S$2.49 From S$2.35 By Daiwa

CapitaLand Target Raised To S$3.97 From S$3.64 By CIMB

CDL Hospitality Trusts Target Cut To S$1.84 From S$1.94 By Daiwa

CDL Hospitality Trusts Target Cut To S$2.20 From S$2.30 By UOB KayHian

OKP Holdings Downgraded To Neutral By DMG & Partners

City Developments Target Raised To S$11.30 From S$10.00 By Morgan Stanley

Overseas Union Enterprise Cut To Equalweight Vs Overweight By Morgan Stanley

Fortune REIT Fair Value Raised To HK$6.63 From HK$6.49 By OCBC

Tiger Airways Target Raised To S$0.60 From S$0.51 By UOB KayHian

Tiger Airways Target Raised To S$0.85 From S$0.76 By DMG & Partners
Tiger Airways Upgraded To Buy From Neutral By DMG & Partners

Broadway Industrial Target Cut To S$0.27 From S$0.46 By CIMB
Broadway Industrial Downgraded To Underperform By CIMB

Broadway Industrial Target Cut To S$0.26 From S$0.38 By DBS Vickers
Broadway Industrial Downgraded To Fully Valued By DBS Vickers

SIA Engineering Target Raised To S$4.70 From S$4.56 By CIMB

Wing Tai Holdings Target Raised To S$1.94 From S$1.68 By CIMB

Mapletree Industrial Trust Downgraded To Hold From Buy By Julius Baer

CapitaMall Trust Downgraded To Hold From Buy By Julius Baer


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DBS Group Holdings Ltd. (D05.SG) said Thursday its third-quarter profit rose 12% on-year, ahead of market expectations, on the back of continued firm loan-growth despite persistent pressure on mortgage margins.

Net for the three months ended Sept. 30 was S$856 million ($701.3 million), up from S$762 million a year earlier, southeast Asia's largest bank by assets said in a statement.

The third-quarter result was higher than the average of S$793.8 million forecast by five analysts surveyed by Dow Jones Newswires.

Net-interest income rose 10% to S$1.33 billion from S$1.21 billion while total noninterest income fell 11% to S$672 million from S$754 million a year earlier.

"We had yet another solid quarter, notwithstanding a notable slowdown in Asia and interest-rate headwinds," DBS Chief Executive Piyush Gupta said in a statement.

"While the bank is well-capitalised, we continue to focus on ensuring that we manage our capital efficiently, especially with the introduction of Basel III next year," Mr. Gupta said.


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SIA Engineering Target Raised To S$4.17 From S$4.00 By Maybank-Kim Eng

Indofood Agri Resources Target Cut To S$1.55 From S$1.82 By CIMB

SMRT Corp Target Raised To S$1.78 From S$1.50 By CIMB

Cambridge Industrial Trust Target Raised To S$0.75 From S$0.66 By DMG

CapitaLand Target Raised To S$3.49 From S$3.34 By Goldman Sachs

Indofood Agri Resources Target Cut To S$1.60 From S$1.75 By Goldman Sachs

Jardine Cycle & Carriage Target Cut To S$42.50 From S$44.50 By Goldman Sachs


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Shares of Biosensors International fell as much as 5.5% to a 20-month low, which OCBC Investment Research attributed to ongoing concerns over the impact of mandatory price cuts in stents in countries including India, China and Japan. OCBC noted that Terumo Corp, which licenses Biosensors’ drug-eluting stent technology for a royalty fee, said sales of one of its Nobori drug-eluting stent in Japan were hurt by an official price cut by the National Health Insurance and rising competition from new product launches. This would affect Biosensors’ licensing revenues in the second quarter ended September, OCBC said. Biosensors is reporting its second quarter results on Nov. 7.


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