Shares & Derivatives
Keppel DC REIT’s Share Price Has Fallen Under S$2: Should Investors Be Worried?
By The Smart Investor  •  May 24, 2022
EITs, as a whole, have been under pressure due to rising interest rates. The US Federal Reserve just raised rates by half a percentage point this month to combat inflation, its largest increase in 22 years. The prospect of more rate hikes in the future by the central bank has further dampened sentiment for the asset class. Keppel DC REIT (SGX: AJBU) is no exception and has seen its unit price fall steadily in the last year to a 52-week low of S$1.91. The data centre REIT’s unit price peaked at S$3.04 back in August and October of 2020 and has been on a decline since then. Should income investors be concerned with this persistent decline? Is it time to sell? Or should you consider buying more? Growth in DPU and property portfolio Let’s take a step back and review what happened with the REIT since the middle of 2020....
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By The Smart Investor
The Smart Investor is co-founded by David Kuo, Joanna Sng, and Chin Hui Leong. The company was formed in late 2019 from the ashes of the Motley Fool Singapore. The Smart Investor believes that everybody can learn how to invest, smartly. We aim to educate people on how to invest smartly by providing investing education, stock commentary and market coverage for Singapore and around the world.
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