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626 comment(s). Last comment by limkokthye at Nov 10, 2020 11:14 PM
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Posted by Mabel > Aug 7, 2019 12:59 PM | Report Abuse

Everywhere is RED SEA...

Here is still steady...

See you at RM 2.50


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Posted by MK4872 > Aug 7, 2019 3:22 PM | Report Abuse

UOBKH target to hit 2 only but i dont mind if hit 2.50 also geh

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Posted by RainT > Aug 14, 2019 10:01 AM | Report Abuse

now REIT share price is at the peak

and so many IB and analyst hu ha hu ha about REIT

now its too late to buy REIT

I bought it few months ago when nobody talk about REIT


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Posted by RainT > Aug 14, 2019 10:01 AM | Report Abuse

now other than share price capital gains, also have dividend


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Posted by JunJun > Jan 9, 2020 5:40 PM | Report Abuse

Don't think this sell off will last, OPR outlook still weak

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Posted by JunJun > Jan 9, 2020 5:41 PM | Report Abuse

Damen mall building new cinema

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Posted by RainT > Feb 7, 2020 3:48 PM | Report Abuse

i have confident on PAVREIT

will hold this for long term for dividend

now my dividend yield of PAVREIT is 10%

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Posted by Kensington > Feb 7, 2020 5:00 PM | Report Abuse

Looks like there is institutional buying @1.72 near the close of trading. Up 4 sen.

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Posted by meiling0809 > Feb 7, 2020 5:02 PM | Report Abuse

wxf !
will it affect the share price since GSC changes to Dadi (回春)?

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Posted by RainT > Feb 18, 2020 4:27 PM | Report Abuse


so naive

change of just a tenant will affect share price ?

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Posted by RainT > Feb 18, 2020 4:28 PM | Report Abuse

there are lots more other tenant

PAVREIT not only have GSC rent all the place la

besides, shift of tenant, so is means that rental income should have up a little than the previous tenant

if not why want to shift out?

PAVREIT mall is among the top mall in KL area

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Posted by Nighelanghelo > Mar 23, 2020 10:25 PM | Report Abuse

those working in BB post some photo lah... how deserted the area become now... how the bank office worker lunch ah.. tapau to cubicle ah?

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Posted by samk > May 6, 2020 1:38 PM | Report Abuse

FNB and parking lot is empty .. they r losing millions on this .. nobody dare to go out now .. its already quiet before the covid cases spike.. its becoming worse now ..

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Posted by lsmpro888 > May 15, 2020 10:06 AM | Report Abuse

will head to the place to check out myself later .. see whats the happning now at pavillion.. seems the patron slowly increasing.. from words of mouth..

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Posted by cm2401 > May 26, 2020 2:51 PM | Report Abuse

Pavreit proving to be very resilient. Rebounding quite well

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Posted by orange11 > May 26, 2020 6:35 PM | Report Abuse

price is very steady

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Posted by reitpulse > Jun 6, 2020 10:43 PM | Report Abuse

PAVREIT main asset, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Mall has been doing relatively well pre Covid-19. The mall plays a huge role in PAVREIT performance. The remaining assets performance are either declining (Da Men Mall) or too early to look at. But nevertheless, these assets play a smaller role individually to the overall portfolio of PAVREIT. The uncertainty of COVID-19 and its impact on the economy will definitely be an area investors should be wary of.


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Posted by foo > Jun 24, 2020 4:42 PM | Report Abuse

Slowdown in tenant demand, reevaluation of office space usage expected in coming months — KPMG International
KUALA LUMPUR (June 24): The pandemic has disrupted the office landscape, which will face a challenging time in the months ahead, according to KPMG International’s “Real Estate in the New Reality” webinar on June 23.
The event was moderated by KPMG International global real estate advisory leader and KPMG Netherlands head of real estate advisory Sander Grunewald. The speakers and panellists were KPMG International global head of asset management and global chairman of real estate Andrew Weir, KPMG France head of real estate and hotel sector Régis Chemouny, KPMG UK real estate deal advisory partner Sarah Hayes, KPMG Finland global strategy group director Sarah Sipilä and KPMG Germany head of asset management and real estate Hans Volckens.
“It is natural to anticipate a significant slowdown in tenant demand after three months of working remotely. For office spaces in the short term, the actual use of spaces will be different, as social distancing might be required for a longer period, with [fewer] people in the offices in the coming months,” said KPMG France’s Chemouny.
“In the medium term, companies will seek to develop closer relationships with landlords, negotiating for short-term agreements. The younger generation will also feel less enthusiastic working from home as they want to be trained by more experienced people,” added Chemouny.
KPMG Finland’s Sipilä opined that players should understand the landscape disruption. Office spaces are more important nowadays as companies battle for talent and seek to offer working spaces to enhance employees’ engagement and productivity. Tenants are considering how much space they need and where, and this makes the creation of value in offices by landlords difficult.
Meanwhile, KPMG UK’s Hayes said high density locations are currently facing additional challenges given the volume of people that they need to transport and keep safe.
Those managing office complexes will have to navigate difficult and detailed discussions about controlling lifts access and capacities and cleaning and sanitation of common areas. Hence, friction will emerge between landlords and tenants as vacant or underutilised space raises the question of value, and what tenants should pay during an economic crisis,” said Hayes.
He added there is a concern that the preference for location might be driven more by the need to support an existing workforce and where the workforce lives, rather than a longer-term strategy. Consequently, flexible office spaces are expected to face more challenges in terms of location and specific demands.
“The landscape further out will be driven by the pandemic, but there is a need for flexible space and flexible terms to support existing businesses as they adapt, and new businesses will emerge through the crisis. This extent of the challenge is whether this will be a temporary or permanent trend,” said Hayes.
In the retail market, there will be significant consolidation in tenants as boutique stores close and retain chains extend. “It is expected to see significant changes up and down the high street in the coming months, and a discrepancy between players who are able to reinforce their online presence, by using innovative tools such as augmented reality. As for smart cities/future of cities, a new way of working and travelling should be adopted for retail stores in central business districts or outskirts of cities,” said KPMG France’s Chemouny.
KPMG’s Germany Volckens noted that physical retail is often highly regulated whereas online retail is usually more flexible and highly tax efficient. “In the case of Germany, online retailers are not taxed on the same basis as physical retailers. Hence, it is necessary to remove the tax burdens on physical retailers to level the playing field and maintain retail in inner cities to keep them fit and vital.”
In terms of environmental, social and governance considerations, Volckens reckoned that the current discussion is evolving as the discussion built prior to Covid-19 and the economic rationale are now different. This is because several properties have to be redesigned and high capital expenditure is required to transform these properties into sustainable buildings for regulated investors to invest in.
“There may be danger in higher vacancies, lower rents and prices in office spaces and, as such, people have to inject money in older properties and [it] will be a burden for owners to cope with the transformation and achieve the regulatory inquiries of institutional investors,” added Volckens.

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Posted by foo > Jun 25, 2020 11:45 AM | Report Abuse

S&P: Credit measures for some sectors may take until 2022, 2023, and beyond, to fully recover
KUALA LUMPUR (June 25): While businesses around the world are starting to reopen, albeit unevenly, after coronavirus-driven lockdowns, credit measures for some sectors may take until 2022, 2023, and beyond, to fully recover, said S&P Global Ratings.
In a report titled "COVID-19 Heat Map: Post-Crisis Credit Recovery Could Take To 2022 And Beyond For Some Sectors," S&P Global Ratings highlighted regional recovery estimates by sector for 2020-2021 compared to 2019.
It said some industries, notably those that involve groups of people in close proximity (e.g., cruises, airlines, airports, gyms, theaters, restaurants, retail, etc.), may not return to prior levels of revenue for several years.
It said for some industries, such as enclosed retail malls, it could be several years, if ever, as distancing measures and the recession may accelerate consumer shifts to other channels.
S&P said government intervention and short-term work programs have dampened the effects of a near halt in business activity in many regions.
The agency said while service employees are returning to work, it may take several years for unemployment levels to return to pre-crisis levels.
The pace and stability of employment recovery will feed into consumer sentiment, business confidence, and corporate investment plans, it said.
“Many industries that were facing a high degree of fixed costs or drastically lower revenue (or some portion of both) were forced to dip into cash balances or borrow to fund operations.
“While revenue for these sectors may recover as soon as next year, a full recovery of credit metrics will take longer as companies dig out of the higher debt load they now carry,” it said.

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Posted by TheEdgeMarkets > Jul 20, 2020 3:34 PM |

Post removed. Why?

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Posted by B A > Aug 3, 2020 10:22 PM | Report Abuse

Target RM1.30. Buy now and regret later

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Posted by OldWiseMan100 > Sep 21, 2020 9:28 AM |

Post removed. Why?

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Posted by Nighelanghelo > Oct 16, 2020 10:29 AM | Report Abuse

target RM1 dps 3sen DY 3%

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Posted by 陈国荣 > Oct 21, 2020 2:23 PM | Report Abuse

Da men mall can't make money. Is a problem

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Posted by investfuture > Oct 24, 2020 1:09 PM | Report Abuse

Pavreit 3Q2020 Analysis



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Posted by limkokthye > Nov 10, 2020 11:14 PM | Report Abuse

no tourist, covid everywhere, who want to go shopping?

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