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Posts Tagged ‘Croesus Retail Trust’

My Singapore Stock Portfolio May 2013

05.13.2013 · Posted in Dividend Stocks, Singapore

This is an update to my Singapore stock portfolio for May, with closing prices as of last Friday. I put the portfolio as of last week so that it takes into account my newest acquisition Croesus Retail Trust. For previous month, please see My Singapore Stock Portfolio End February 2013 My Singapore Stock Portfolio End ...

Croesus Retail Trust IPO

05.07.2013 · Posted in Dividend Stocks, Singapore

Following up to the Mapletree Greater China Trust, now we have another retail trust coming to IPO. It is the Croesus Retail Trust which focuses on Japanese retail properties. This comes at the right time as the Japanese PM is pushing aggressive expansionary fiscal and monetary policies to boost the economy. Increasing spending generally bodes ...

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