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Keppel REIT (K71U.SI)

SES - SES Delayed price. Currency in SGD
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0.88500.0000 (0.00%)
At close: 05:10PM SGT
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Previous close0.8850
Bid0.8800 x 0
Ask0.8800 x 0
Day's range0.8750 - 0.8850
52-week range0.7800 - 0.9500
Avg. volume5,662,523
Market cap3.379B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.53
PE ratio (TTM)22.12
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.06 (6.55%)
Ex-dividend date06 Feb 2024
1y target estN/A
  • EdgeProp

    Keppel REIT to acquire 50% interest in Sydney office building for A$363.8 mil

    255 George Street is easily accessed by major nodes of transportation in Sydney (Photo: Keppel REIT)The manager of Keppel REIT has entered into a contract of sale to acquire an effective 50% interest in 255 George Street for A$363.8 million ($321.0 million). The contract was entered into between The Trust Company (Australia) Limited, the trustee of Keppel REIT’s indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, and Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund I’s trustee, Mirvac Funds Management Australia Limited, on March 28.

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    Australia’s Pacific National signs for two floors of Keppel REIT’s office, 2 Blue Street

    2 Blue Street is a ten-storey office building in North Sydney (Picture: Keppel REIT)Pacific National, the largest private rail freight company in Australia, has signed for two floors at 2 Blue Street, a ten-storey office building in North Sydney.The building was formerly known as Blue & William and is owned by Keppel REIT, which purchased the asset in December 2021 while it was still under development. Pacific National will occupy about 3,350 sqm (36,059 sq ft) across the first and second floors

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 2-Singapore's Keppel annual profit quadruples on marine unit sale

    Singapore's Keppel posted a more than four-fold rise in its full-year profit on Thursday, primarily bolstered by a one-off gain from the divestment of its offshore and marine (O&M) unit. Keppel, which was founded 56 years ago and traces its roots to a shipbuilding yard, recorded a S$3.3 billion ($2.46 billion) gain after the disposal of its O&M business last February. The sale, along with strong performances at its infrastructure segment helped Keppel post a record full-year net profit of S$4.07 billion, compared with a profit of S$927 million a year earlier.