14 Jan '12, 1am

Should you take advantage of the SMRT situation and invest now?

Should you take advantage of the SMRT situation and invest now?

Regulated prices earning more than fuel costs, staff costs and necessary asset purchases When fuel cost is always a going concern, and asset purchase will have to go up to improve quality of services, total costs will have to rise Prices may not readily go up due to public sentiments so it means that margins will be squeeze Retail earns SMRT 70++% margins versus 20+% transport margins. Do you see the additional of circle line improving retail rentals? Does removing a CEO with strong retail background impact the revenue performance?

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