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 Australia
AIMS Property Securities Fund (APW)
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AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT (AIMS AMPCI REIT)
Last: 1.495 | Bid: 1.49 | Offer: 1.495
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12/05/2017 AAREIT 30 Tuas West Road Video
AAREIT 30 Tuas West Road Video
12/05/2017 AAREIT 10thAnniversary Video
AAREIT 10thAnniversary Video
09/09/2015 Optus Centre, Macquarie Park
Optus Centre is a 6-building campus style 84,000m2 office and retail complex with basement and on-grade parking for 2,100 vehicles located 16km from the Sydney CBD at Macquarie Park, one of the Sydney’s fastest growing commercial precincts. The complex, which is 100% leased to Optus under 3 leases which expires in June 2021, 2022 and 2023, was completed in April 2007 and has a 4.5 star NABERS Energy rating. Optus Centre is in close proximity to public transport, Macquarie Shopping Centre and Macquarie University
20/04/2015 AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT featured property video – 103 Defu Lane 10
Supports Housing Development Board’s plan to transform Defu Industrial Estate
14/10/2012 Money Mind story on REITs, AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REITs highlighted
Nicholas McGrath, CEO of the AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT's management said that there are 25 properties in the REITs that are high quality and 70% of the portfolio focuses on the warehouses, and the majority of the clients are large international logistic companies. He said that at the moment the RIETs properties are 99% occupied, above the average occupation rate of Singapore which is 94%. They are also focusing on utilisation of current assets. An example is the reconstruction of the Gul Way project.
21/02/2012 AACI REIT: Are massive renovations on the way?
AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT has many properties below plot ratio. Will it renovate them, like 20 Gul Way?
08/07/2010 Impact of China's Tightening Move on Australia
Assessing the impact of China's decision to hike its reserve requirement ratio on the Australia market, with Gavin Long, trader at BBY and Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group. They also look at the earnings reports out today, with CNBC's Amanda Drury
27/05/2010 Australia Rates Will Fall: Strategist
Australia is poised for a reduction in interest rates, says Lucinda Chan, division director at Macquarie Private Wealth. She explains her rationale, with Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial, CNBC's Oriel Morrison & Sri Jegarajah.
27/05/2010 Crude Climbs Amid Volatility
Crude prices remain above $71/bbl on renewed optimism of global demand, however, volatility still remains apparent in the market. John DiPlacido, president & oil trader of Energex, discusses the factors affecting prices, with Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial, CNBC's Oriel Morrison & Sri Jegarajah.
27/05/2010 Gold Price Has Room to Rise: Vantage CEO
Gold is likely to stay above $1,000 this year, with room to rise further, says Mike McChesney, CEO of Vantage Goldfields. He talks to Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial, and CNCB's Oriel Morrison and Sri Jegarajah, as the junior miner lists on the Australian market today
27/05/2010 Focus on Fundamentals
It is hard to deal with the current volatility and investors should look past the noise and focus on fundmentals, say Ron Cameron, senior analyst at Ord Minnett. He talks to Greg Bundy, vice chairman of AIMS Financial Group and CNBC's Oriel Morrison and Sri Jegarajah
23/04/2010 Look for Opportunities to Buy BHP
Investing in BHP is a great way to play China, says Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group. He tells CNBC's Oriel Morrison that investors should look for good buying opportunities in the stock. He also shares his views on CSL and Australia banking plays
19/04/2010 Buy Global Miners
Global miners will see selling today on risk aversion and any pullback will present buying opportunities, Geoff Beeston, investment advisor at Lonsec. He previews the trading day with Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial Group and CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah
19/04/2010 Asia a Strong Consumer of Commodities
While the West is worried about investment fraud and other issues, there is little doubt that Asia's appetite for commodities will only grow, says Peter McGuire, managing director at CWA Global Markets. He speaks to Greg Bundy at AIMS Financial Group and CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah
19/04/2010 Australian Banks -- Buy on Dips
The charges against Goldman Sachs are driven by a lack of transparency in the derivatives market and the damage caused during the financial crisis, says Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group. He tells CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah that any market pullback is a good time to buy Australian bank stocks.
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