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SGX Growth Stocks Edge Higher with Value Stocks in Early 2021
21 January 2021
The strongest of the Growth stocks in the 2021 year-to-date were AEM (SGX:AWX) and UMS (SGX:558) averaging a 20% gain on S$40mil of net institutional inflow, while the strongest Value stock was Golden Agri-Resources (SGX:E5H) with a 23% gain on S$7mil of net institutional inflow.
S-REIT Sector Raises S$4.5Bil In Secondary Fundraisings In 2020
14 January 2021
During 2020, trusts that represent the S-REIT Sector raised S$3.0 billion in placements, while 5 trusts raised S$1.5 billion in rights issues. At the end of 2020, the combined market capitalisation of the S-REIT Sector stood at S$107 billion.
12 SG Stocks that Saw Surge In Trading Activity in 2020
04 January 2021
Of Singapore’s 50 most traded stocks in 2020, 12 stocks saw their 2020 trading activity more than double from 2019 levels. UG Healthcare and Medtecs Internatinal generated exponential returns. Top Glove, Riverstone, Keppel DC REIT, Sheng Siong, Wilmar International, Mapletree Industrial Trust and UMS were also generating positive returns in 2020, while Singapore Airlines, SATS and CapitaLand Retail China Trust the three decliners.
SGX's New Listings Take Centre Stage On First Day Of 2021
04 January 2021
Market participants have ushered in the first session of 2021 with 8% average gains for Singapore’s 3 newest SGX Mainboard-listed stocks – GHY Culture & Media, Credit Bureau Asia and Nanofilm Technologies International. oday’s gains brought the trio’s average returns since their respective debuts to 49%.
Recent Market Rebound Extended to SGX Value Stocks
29 December 2020
4 of the STI’s 10 strongest performers in the 4Q-to-date ranked highly for the Value factors in early 2H20. These 4 stocks were Jardine Matheson, Sembcorp Industries, Jardine Strategic and CapitaLand. UOL Group and Yangzijiang Shipbuilding also ranked highly for the Value factor.
GHY Culture & Media – Entertainment & Content Producer in APAC – Lists on SGX
18 December 2020
GHY Culture & Media, an entertainment business that focuses on the production and promotion of dramas, films and concerts in the APAC region, made its debut on the SGX Mainboard.
Medtecs Led Most Traded SGX Catalist Stocks in 2020
15 December 2020
Combined, the 10 most traded Catalist stocks in the 2020 year-to-14 Dec have seen more than S$50 million in turnover a day and include as many as five healthcare-related stocks – Medtecs International, UG Healthcare, Biolidics, Clearbridge Health and Hyphens Pharma.
Credit Bureau Asia – SEA’s Leading Credit & Risk Information Solutions Provider – Lists on SGX
03 December 2020
Credit Bureau Asia, the largest provider of credit bureau services within Singapore and the sole credit bureau in Cambodia and Myanmar, made its debut on the SGX Mainboard.
STI Posts Strongest Month of Gains Since May 2009
01 December 2020
With a 15.8% price gain and 16.2% total return in the month of November 2020, this was the strongest month of gains for the Straits Times Index (STI) since May 2009. DBS, OCBC and UOB which make up approximately 40% of the STI averaged 21% total returns with net institutional inflows of S$1.5 billion.
STI Investing Reaches S$2 Billion Milestone
26 November 2020
The AUM of the 2 ETFs that track the STI - SPDR® STI ETF and Nikko AM STI ETF took 17 years to reach the S$1 billion milestone in June 2019, and just 17 months to further reach the S$2 billion threshold.
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