They posted a total return of -18.3%.
Singapore-listed REITs had a tough year in 2015. The 34 trusts listed on the SGX averaged a negative total return of 2.0% over the past twelve months, bringing their three-year annualised total return to 2.3%.
According to a release by the SGX, large-cap REITs were some of the worst performers last year.
The five least-performing trusts in 2015 were: Keppel REIT (-20.0%), Capitaland Commercial Trust (-18.9%), CDL Hospitality Trusts (-18.9%), Sabana Shariah Compliant Industrial REIT (-17.3%) and Suntec REIT (-16.4%). The five averaged a total negative return of 18.3% over the past year.
On the other hand, the five best performers among the 34 Singapore-listed trusts in 2015 were: Saizen REIT (+36.1%), Ascendas Hospitality Trust (+17.5%), Fortune REIT (+14.8%), Mapletree Industrial Trust (+9.7%) and Keppel DC REIT (+7.6%). The five averaged a total return of 17.1% over the calendar year.
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