Link REIT traded at 64.00 this Thursday June 30th, decreasing 1.05 or 1.61 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Link REIT lost 9.92 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 14.27 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Link REIT to be priced at 61.06 by the end of this quarter and at 53.03 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Hang Lung Properties 14.88 0 0% -21.35%
China Resources Land 36.60 0.35 0.97% 16.19%
Cheung Kong 55.50 -0.70 -1.25% 3.06%
Henderson Land 29.40 -0.05 -0.17% -19.67%
Sun Hung Kai 92.70 -1.10 -1.17% -19.39%
New World Development 28.15 -0.30 -1.05% -29.54%
Swire 46.75 -0.55 -1.16% -12.12%
Wharf Real Estate Investment Company Ltd 37.40 0.10 0.27% -15.77%
Country Garden 4.86 0.01 0.21% -43.82%
Wharf 28.60 0.40 1.42% -3.87%
Poly Real Estate 17.55 0.09 0.52% 45.16%
MTR 41.00 -0.35 -0.85% -5.31%
China Overseas Land 24.80 0.65 2.69% 39.01%
Link REIT 64.00 -1.05 -1.61% -14.27%
Sino Land 11.58 -0.18 -1.53% -7.51%
Hongkong Land 5.02 0 0% 5.46%

Indexes Price Day Year
HK50 21860 -137.10 -0.62% -22.79%

Link REIT
Link Real Estate Investment Trust is a Hong Kong-based real estate investment trust (REIT). It is also a constituent of the Hang Seng Index. The investment objectives of the Fund are to deliver sustainable growth and to create long-term value for its unitholders. It invests in a portfolio of properties, including retail facilities, markets, car parks and offices in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai. Its investment properties include Destination Shopping Centers in Hong Kong, Community Shopping Centers in Hong Kong, EC Mall in Beijing and Corporate Avenue in Shanghai, among others. The Fund is managed by Link Asset Management Limited.