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Posted by Patrick Ling > 2020-05-19 20:08 | Report Abuse

This qr dpu 2.07. Next qr worse


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Posted by FLINV > 2020-05-20 08:50 | Report Abuse

Sell half first, future uncertain

Posted by Kyrie3leison > 2020-05-20 10:55 | Report Abuse

Yeah... sell sell selll... please all sell.....

Posted by goldbabymilk > 2020-05-20 21:24 | Report Abuse

@raysim88 where do you see that?


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Posted by maddank > 2020-05-20 21:44 | Report Abuse

EPF buy huh


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Posted by l3ryan > 2020-05-21 10:36 | Report Abuse

interesting to see how the research house is so positive with the TP.. moving forward it will be badly impacted, people need to buy with caution


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Posted by lip1022 > 2020-05-24 22:20 | Report Abuse

The different between KLCC & SUNREIT


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Posted by Ikigai > 2020-06-05 11:47 | Report Abuse

Good counter to keep


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Posted by pooter > 2020-06-08 08:05 | Report Abuse

took me quite some time to find parking yesterday, looks like back to normal?

Posted by Ichiran_Ramen > 2020-06-10 10:14 | Report Abuse

Steadily chasing back to the normal price before MCO. Buy while you can.


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Posted by FT1981 > 2020-06-15 14:06 | Report Abuse

Sorry i am new here. Just to check if this stock is worth to invest now?


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Posted by GENER > 2020-06-16 22:03 | Report Abuse

Welcome to SUNREIT, FT1981! Please Buy & Hold.

Posted by Danson Ang > 2020-06-17 20:18 | Report Abuse

All i can say is although it is not the perfect price to go in now but if you have cash in backup and holding power, u may go in now to avoid missing the boat but always have spare money to buy lower


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Posted by foo > 2020-06-24 16:43 | 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 yingzhe17 > 2020-07-02 08:16 | Report Abuse

Bailout own company ?


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Posted by gongkia > 2020-07-02 08:50 | Report Abuse

those asset not growing, normally they will throw it to their reit, but they are also biggest shareholder of the reit.


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Posted by Asia88 > 2020-07-06 17:29 | Report Abuse

Why EPF keep dump this company share and buyback a little?


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Posted by getingreal > 2020-07-07 13:42 | Report Abuse

There is an estimated 13.76 million sq ft under construction in KL city (7.83 million sq ft), KL fringe (3.15 million sq ft) and Salangor (2.79 million sq ft). Knight Frank projects an increase of 12.7% in supply between 2020 and 2022. For anyone with half a brain its clear office occupancy rates and rentals are ow rapidly declining. Its definitely well past time to bail out of office buildings if you can. Negative growth and a decline in Capital value for the foreseeable future. The office boom has well and truly bust.
Our controlling shareholder is going to solve his problem by pumping his office building The Pinnacle into our Sunway Reit for 450 Million. I'm sure he has had the best Valuers that his money can buy to justify the price.
Reit owners need to think very carefully and vote according against this acquisition or we become his ATM.


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Posted by gongkia > 2020-07-08 15:02 | Report Abuse

sunway boss is also the largest shareholder of your sunreit.


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Posted by Kenzo8 > 2020-07-09 15:46 | Report Abuse

MCO ended, no hope for it to dive lower liao, sad....


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Posted by gungho92 > 2020-07-14 21:06 | Report Abuse

can collect some

Posted by sianglong91 > 2020-07-15 00:05 | Report Abuse

Waiting for around 2~4% discounted price to in. Due to its hurting business currently, it shouldn't have a good looking qr for this year. Hence, it's a good time for collecting for its di

Posted by TheEdgeMarkets > 2020-07-20 15:35 |

Post removed.Why?


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Posted by CannieST > 2020-07-29 09:47 | Report Abuse

Why does this stock keep drop?

Posted by pingoboy > 2020-07-29 09:52 | Report Abuse

1.55 today. good to in now?


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Posted by ARCBEETLE > 2020-07-30 10:42 | Report Abuse

Amid covid affecting retailers sales and current market bull rush, it will fare worse than others


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Posted by Sappyseb > 2020-07-30 11:26 | Report Abuse

@CannieST some investors don't like the dividen distribution from quarterly to semi annual.

Posted by sianglong91 > 2020-07-30 18:45 | Report Abuse

Sunreit experiencing huge drop of revenue by more than 60%,,thats why the price keep moving down


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Posted by CoolJay > 2020-07-31 00:16 | Report Abuse

Wow super in discounted rate.... 1.54 collect more!!


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Posted by idunwork > 2020-07-31 13:05 | Report Abuse

EPF is selling this counter


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Posted by CoolJay > 2020-08-03 09:21 | Report Abuse

wah... super discounted price... 1.5...

Posted by taktaumacammana > 2020-08-03 12:02 | Report Abuse

something is definitely brewing~~~ informed parties are trading

Posted by TP_yes_SL_no > 2020-08-03 12:09 | Report Abuse

avg down 4 long term


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Posted by CoolJay > 2020-08-03 19:05 | Report Abuse

First time loss... damn


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Posted by memorylane > 2020-08-03 21:50 | Report Abuse

in summary, rental support for tenant (realized) + valuation decrease for hotel property (unrealized)... not too bad actually, without taking account the valuation changes, it is still in realized profit....


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Posted by memorylane > 2020-08-03 21:51 | Report Abuse

Good thing is office and university campus rental are still in increasing trend... just that Retail mall and Hotel dragged the results...

Posted by sianglong91 > 2020-08-03 22:02 | Report Abuse

At last!!! My desired discounted price!!!


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Posted by tstan100 > 2020-08-03 22:20 | Report Abuse

Wait. Target RM1.30 soon.


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Posted by KGminus > 2020-08-03 23:04 | Report Abuse

Considered good results. Will collect more if drops further for long term investment.


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Posted by AK > 2020-08-04 09:22 | Report Abuse

just bought RM1.5

Posted by KassimBaba7 > 2020-08-04 11:12 | Report Abuse

Trying to decide between sunreit or mbmr now.. So far pyramid is doing great, but the other sad ones, hmmmm


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Posted by tstan100 > 2020-08-04 16:13 | Report Abuse

People are make money buying Topglove while you are here deciding trouble mounted REIT stock.


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Posted by tstan100 > 2020-08-04 22:16 | Report Abuse

MAY DAY!! MAY DAY!! KLCI has initiated the super long downtrend all the way to sub 800 points. Today goes down to history, officially called the 1st day of the world most fxxking long downtrend in 2025.


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Posted by mroys74 > 2020-08-10 11:14 | Report Abuse

this counter kena stun gun, cannot move

Posted by investory321 > 2020-08-11 15:46 | Report Abuse

back above 1.68 level soon

Posted by OldWiseMan100 > 2020-08-12 00:07 |

Post removed.Why?


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Posted by RainT > 2020-08-12 16:24 | Report Abuse

Long quarter report


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Posted by RainT > 2020-08-12 16:31 | Report Abuse

revaluation loss

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