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PETALING JAYA: While the property industry may still be in a slump, the industrial sub-sector seems to be an exception, with some property consultants calling it a “bright spot.”
KUALA LUMPUR: Manulife Investment Management (M) Bhd will continue to focus on stocks related to commodities, technology, as well as electrical and electronics (E&E) this year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank Investment Bank Research is keeping YTL REIT as its top Buy due to its resilient earnings from its Malaysian and Japanese assets, which are on master leases with rental step-ups.
THE local property market is set for a “flattish” year in 2020, as the wait-and-see attitude, cautious sentiment and less-than-stellar outlook that were initially forecast for 2019, will unfortunately continue into next year.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s property-related stocks are heading for a bumper year of returns, based on analyst predictions. Shares of companies in a gauge of construction and real estate will surge 32% on average in the next year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg for which analysts’ price targets are available.
AMONG the comments that were made at the of second quarter earnings season ended three months ago is that we have probably seen the worse in terms of earnings disappointment and investors should see better performance among our corporates going forward.
THE Malaysian industrial property segment is set to achieve positive growth this year in spite of the sluggish property market currently as demand still exceeds supply.
KUALA LUMPUR: Ame Elite Consortium Bhd plans to acquire 6.08ha in Kulai, Johor for RM25mil to develop units of industrial buildings with a gross development value of RM120mil
NEW YORK: Prologis Inc is buying Liberty Property Trust in an all-stock transaction valued at US$9.7bil, extending its reach in markets such as Chicago, Houston and Southern California.
SINGAPORE: Singapore shares closed at a near three-week high on Monday, boosted by the industrial and real-estate sectors, while Thailand retreated after a surprise fall in its customs-cleared exports for September.