Wednesday, January 31, 2024

FCT - She has managed to reclaim 2.30 and trading at 2.31 to 2.32 is rather bullish! Likely to continue to trend higher!

 Private placement price of 2.18.

Advance DPU of 4.25 cents,  XD 1st February. 

FCT - She has managed to reclaim 2.30 and trading at 2.31 to 2.32 is rather bullish! Likely to continue to trend higher! 

Pls dyodd.

 *Frasers Cpt Trust*

— Strong operating performance: Retail Portfolio committed occupancy' at 99.9%, up 1.5%-pt y-o-y and up 0.2%-pt q-0-q

— Aggregate leverage 37.2% as at 31 Dec 2023, down from 39.3% as at 30 Se 23

— 1Q24 all-in cost of borrowing at 4.3% (4Q23: 4.1%)

Chart wise,  let's see if she can rise up to reclaim 2.30 level in order to continue this uptrend direction!

Pls dyodd.

Full Year results is out! 

Gross Revenue is up 1.8% to 184m.

NPI is up 1.1% to 129m.

DPU is down marginally 1.2% to 6.02 cents versus 6.09 cents last year! 

Gearing is 39.3%.

Gearing is expected to go down to 36.1% upon completion of divestment of Changi City Point.  

The Average costs of borrowing is 3.8% Slightly higher than last year 3.7%.

Occupancy is 99%.

Please dyodd.

Wah, she is having a nice rebound today up 6 cents to 2.15  looks rather encouraging! 

The volume isn't that high!

Let's monitor and see if it will continue to trend higher towards 2.20 and above!

Results is due on 25th October. 

Pls dyodd.

The selling down has been too drastic!

At 2.06, yield is 5.92% for this retail reit counter that is fundamentally sound of which I think golden opportunity is here!

Chart wise, it may well go down to revisit 2.00.

next support is at 1.89-1.90.

Not a call to buy or sell!

Please dyodd.

 Divestment of the Changi Mall at 338M , Citi Analyst upgrade to buy with a price target of 2.51, Awesome!

Quote :

Citi Research analyst Brandon Lee has upgraded his call on FCT to “buy” given its improved gearing to 37.1%, making the REIT the lowest-geared retail Singapore REIT (S-REIT) among the REITs within his coverage.

FCT’s move will also give it sufficient debt headroom to make potential acquisitions that are accretive to its distribution per unit (DPU), Lee adds.

The recovery of retail revenue after Covid-19 is also another plus for FCT in the analyst’s book.

With all that in mind, Lee has increased his target price to $2.51 from $2.30. His new target price has an implied P/B of 1.08x in-line with FCT’s five-year pre-Covid-19 mean of 1.09x.

Chart wise,  bullish mode!

A nice breakout of 2.26 smoothly plus good volume that may likely drive the price higher towards 2.30 than 2.35 and above!

NAV 2.32. Yearly Dividend is about 12.2 cents. Yield is about 5.44% at 2.24. I think gd price level to monitor. 

Please dyodd.

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