|Bid||8.38 x 0|
|Ask||8.39 x 0|
|Day's range||8.25 - 8.43|
|52-week range||7.80 - 13.60|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.38|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.72|
|Earnings date||26 Feb 2019 - 4 Mar 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.08 (0.92%)|
|1y target est||11.48|
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How has the property cooling measures impacted City Developments Limited (SGX: C09)?
Singapore listed property group City Developments Ltd (CDL) saw its earnings grow 10.4% to $161.8 million for 3Q2018 ended September, from $146.6 million a year ago. The increase was due to higher revenue and earning recognised from the property development sales in Singapore. YTD September 2018, the group and its joint venture associates sold 787 units worth $1.56 billion in sales value.
SINGAPORE (Nov 8): City Developments saw its earnings grow 10.4% to $161.8 million for the 3Q18 ended September, from $146.6 million a year ago.
SINGAPORE (Oct 23): Despite the new property development policies, City Developments and Oxley debuted their latest properties, Whistler Grand and Kent Ridge Hill Residences respectively, last weekend. As at 1.20pm, shares in City Developments are trading at $8.15, while shares in Oxley are trading at 30 cents. In a DBS report on Tuesday, The Whistler Grand at West Coast is expected to have an average price of $1,380 psf, while Kent Ridge Hill at Pasir Panjang is expected to cost about $1,700 psf.
By Rashmi Ashok Oct 18 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets closed lower on Thursday, in line with losses across broader Asia, while Philippine shares extended their gains to a third straight ...
* Singapore slips, real estate stocks top losers * Indonesia retreats from two-week closing high By Rashmi Ashok Oct 18 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Thursday, in line with broader ...
Singapore has announced stricter guidelines on the maximum number of units in new blocks of private flats and condominiums in a move to tackle what authorities have called "excessive development of shoebox units" in the island-state. Shares of some real estate firms, including City Developments, UOL Group and Oxley Holdings , fell in Thursday morning trade, underperforming the broader market. The new rules reduce "developers' leeway to prop up profit margins by launching smaller units," said Christine Li, head of Singapore research at consultancy Cushman and Wakefield.
Sherman Kwek’s first 10 months as group CEO of City Developments Ltd (CDL) has been full of ups and downs, “akin to a roller-coaster ride”. As a third-generation chief of a sprawling real estate business with an illustrious history spanning more than 55 years and a market capitalisation of close to $9 billion, the 42-year-old Kwek is determined to prove himself. At the start of his tenure in January, Kwek declared to the entire organisation his manifesto: “A journey of renewal and transformation.” He even crafted a three-pronged strategy with the acronym GET: Growth, Enhancement and Transformation.
- GuocoLand (Singapore), the developer for Wallich Residence and Martin Modern won the most number of awards - eCO and The Venue Residences and Shoppes named Singapore's most sustainable buildings - Duo ...
A joint venture (JV) between CapitaLand and City Developments Ltd (CDL) has clinched a prime mixed-use site in the heart of Sengkang Central for $777.78 million
Singapore-listed property giant City Developments Limited (CDL) reported a strong performance for 2Q2018, with revenue up 59.2% y-o-y to $1.36 billion 47.6% to $2.42 billion for 1H2018. Net profit in 2Q2018 was up 48.9% to $235 million and for 1H2018, it was up 37.9% to $368.9 million.
City Developments Ltd (CDL) has emerged as the first Singapore property developer to have its carbon emission reduction assessed and validated by the Science Based Targets Initiative
City Developments (CDL), a powerhouse in Singapore’s property sector, saw around $1.7 billion being taken off its market capitalisation as its share price plunged over 17 percent to as low as $9.22 within the first few minutes of trading on 6 July 2018. Meanwhile, investors who rode the upward movement in share price since $11.50 as at our previous coverage on 14 August 2017 would have been decently rewarded for cashing out as the developer’s shares traded around its 52-week high price of $13.52 in March 2018.
City Developments Limited (CDL) will invest HK$237.81 million ($41.4 million) in China’s data-based real estate agency E-House, which has filed to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by the end of this month.
July 10 (Reuters) - City Developments Ltd: * PDF 1: CITY DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED (NEWS RELEASE - CDL TO INVEST HK$237.81 MILLION IN IPO OF E-HOUSE) * CDL TO INVEST HK$237.81 MILLION IN IPO OF E-HOUSE Source ...
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