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Starhill Global REIT: Growth driven by Singapore

Starhill Global REIT (SGREIT) reported its 5QFY15 result (financial year end changed to 30 Jun such that financial year 2014/15 will comprise six quarters) which met our expectations. Gross revenue fell 2.7% YoY to S$47.9m, partly due to weaker FX translation, but DPU grew 1.6% to 1.26 S cents. Overall occupancy rate was healthy at 99.1%, while other bright spots came from the 13.3% and 6.0% rental reversions achieved at Wisma Atria (retail) and its Singapore office portfolio, respectively. Nevertheless, the challenging operating environment was reflected in the 2% and 9% YoY fall in shopper traffic and tenant sales at Wisma Atria. Meanwhile, SGREIT also recently announced its proposal to acquire Myer Centre Adelaide, a freehold property in South Australia, for a purchase consideration of A$288m (~S$302.4m). This would be funded via a combination of internal working capital and external borrowings. We maintain our BUY rating and S$0.93 fair value on SGREIT.

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