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Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT) (SGX: A7RU.SI)

Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT) was originally listed on 12 February 2007 on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited as CitySpring Infrastructure Trust (CIT).
On 18 May 2015, CIT acquired the business undertakings and assets of KIT in exchange for the issue of approximately 1.33 billion new CIT units to KIT Unitholders, and CIT was renamed Keppel Infrastructure Trust.
Keppel Infrastructure Fund Management Pte Ltd (KIFM) is the Trustee-Manager of KIT. KIFM is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Pte. Ltd.
Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Pte. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Corporation Limited, is the Sponsor of KIT.
Keppel Infrastructure Trust is the largest Singapore infrastructure-focused business trust listed on the Singapore Exchange with total assets in excess of S$4 billion.
As its diversified portfolio of core infrastructure businesses generate cash flows either through long-term contracts with creditworthy counterparties or from a large and diversified customer base, the trust is able to offer investors long-term, predictable and sustainable returns.
Keppel Infrastructure Trust has the following infrastructure businesses in its portfolio:
  1. Keppel Merlimau Cogen Plant (acquired in Jun 2015)
  2. Senoko Waste-to-Energy Plant
  3. Keppel Seghers Tuas Waste-to-Energy Plant
  4. Keppel Seghers Ulu Pandan NEWater Plant
  5. SingSpring Desalination Plant
  6. City Gas
  7. Basslink
  8. DataCentre One
  9. CityNet
Company website (link)

2 year Chart (link)

Units issued is 3,856,931,931

1Q FY2016 results announced on 28 Jul 2015 (maiden).(link)(Presentation Notes)
Fund from operations  is $22,159,000
DPU is 0.25 cents (or $9.6 m) (For period 29 May to 30 Jun 2015)
NAV is 36.2 cents
Unrestricted cash at 30 Jun 2015 is $380,273,000
Restricted cash is $43,567,000
Debt at 30 Jun 2015 is $1,836,057,000.

2QFY2016 results announced on 19 Oct 2016. (link)
Units issued is 3,857 million.
DPU is 0.93 cents (or $35.9 million)
NAV is 35.9 cents.
Unrestricted cash as at 30 Sep 2015 is $363,052,000
Restricted cash is $43,188,000
Debt is $1,802 million.

3QFY2016 Results announced on 18 Jan 2016 (link)
(Presentation Notes)

Note: Fy reporting  has been changed from 1 Apr - 31 Mar to 1 Jan to 31 Dec.
As at 31 Dec 2015
Units issued is 3,857 million.
DPU is 0.93 cents (or $35.9 million)
NAV is 35.3 cents.
Unrestricted cash is $200,064,000
Restricted cash is $43,572,000
Debt is $1,674 million.

1QFY16 Results announced on 13 Apr 2016 (link)
As at 31 Mar 2016.
Units issued is 3,857 million.
DPU is 0.93 cents (or  $35.9 million)
NAV is 33.7 cents.
Unrestricted cash is $185,794,000
Restricted cash is $35,462,000
Debt is $1,708 million.

2QFY16 results announced on 18 Jul 2016 (link)
As at 30 Jun 2016
Units issued is 3,857 million.
DPU is 0.93 cents (or $35.9 million)
NAV is 32.4 cents.
Unrestricted cash is $231,874,000.
Restricted cash is $18,600,000.
Debt is $1,706 million.

3QFY16 results announced on 17 Oct 2016 (link) (link)
As at 30 Sep 2016
Units issued is 3,857 million
DPU is 0.93 cents (or $35.9 million)
NAV is 31.6 cents
Unrestricted cash is $225,006,000.
Restricted cash is $34,305,000
Debt is $1,753 million.

4QFY16 results announced on 23 Jan 2016 (link)(link)
As at 31 Dec 2016
Units issued is 3,857,063,631.
DPU is 0.93 cents (or  $35.9 million)
NAV is 32.5 cents.
Unrestricted cash is $214,513,000
Restricted Cash is $52,346,000.
Debt is $1,811 million.

1QFY17 results announced o n 17 Apr 2017 (link)(link)
As at 31 Mar 2017
Units issued is 3,857,063,631
DPU is 0.93 cents (or $35.9 million)
NAV is 32 cents.
Unrestricted cash is $202,057,000.
Restricted cash is $52,867,000.
Debt is $1,840 million.

2QFY17 results announced on 17 Jul 2017 (link) & (link)
As at 30 Jun 2017
Units issued is 3,857,378,731.
DPU is 0.93 cents (or $35.9 million)
NAV is 30.7 cents
Unrestricted cash is $181,534,000.
Restricted cash is $50,428.
Debt is $1,815 million.

3QFY17 results announced on 16 Oct 2017 (link) and (link)
As 30 Sep 2017
Units issued is 3,857,378,731
DPU is 0.93 cents (or $35.9 million)
NAV is 30.4 cents.
Unrestricted cash is $177,323,000.
Restricted cash is $51,345,000.
Debt is $1,843 million.


1 year Chart

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Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Brain Teaser - Solve This Puzzle

This problem can be solved by pre-school children in 5 to 10 minutes, by programmers in an hour and by people with higher education ..... well check it out yourself !

8809 = 6           5555 = 0
7111 = 0           8193 = 3
2172 = 0           8096 = 5
6666 = 4           1012 = 1
1111 = 0           7777 = 0
3213 = 0           9999 = 4
7662 = 2           7756 = 1
9313 = 1           6855 = 3
0000 = 4           9881 = 5
2222 = 0           5531 = 0
3333 = 0           2581 = ?

Answer 


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2581 = 2 

The pattern counts the number of circles in each 4 digit number. 

For example, 0000 = 4 and 8888 = 8

Saturday, 4 July 2015

At The Vatican



















Every time a new Pope is elected, there are many rituals to be followed, in accordance with tradition. But there's one ritual that very few people know about.

Shortly after the new Pope is enthroned, the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem seeks an audience with him. He is shown into the Pope's presence, whereupon he presents him with a silver tray bearing a velvet cushion. On top of the cushion is an ancient, shriveled parchment envelope.

The Pope symbolically stretches out his arm in a gesture of rejection. The Chief Rabbi then retires, taking the envelope with him, and does not return until the next Pope is elected. 

Pope Benedict was intrigued by this ritual, the origin of which was unknown to him. He instructed the best scholars of the Vatican to research it, but they couldn't come up with anything. So when the time came and the Chief Rabbi was shown into his presence, he faithfully enacted the ritual rejection. 

But then, as the Chief Rabbi turned to leave, he beckoned to him. "My brother," he whispered, "I must confess that we Catholics are ignorant of the meaning of this ritual enacted for centuries between us and the Jewish people. I have to ask you, what is it all about?"

The Chief Rabbi scratched his head and replied, "Frankly, Your Holiness, I have no idea either. The origin of this ritual is lost to us, too." 

The Pope thought for a bit and said, "My brother, let us retire to my chamber and enjoy a glass of wine together. Then, with your agreement, we shall open the envelope and discover, at last, the secret."

The Chief Rabbi agreed.

So, after a leisurely glass of wine, they reverently picked up the curling parchment envelope and opened it with fingers trembling with anticipation. 

The Chief Rabbi reached inside, took out a sheet of ancient parchment, and carefully unfolded it. He looked at it, and then handed it to the Pope.
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It was the bill for the last supper. Everyone ate but no one pick up the tab.