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SOO KEE GROUP LTD. (SGX:42G)



SOO KEE GROUP LTD. (42G.SI) has changed the issuer name / code to SK JEWELLERY GROUP LIMITED (42G.SI) with effect from 2018-05-08.

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el15
2020-12-29 20:21:30
My thoughts on Sing Medical Group’s possible share transaction (29 Dec 20)
Dear all Sing Medical Group (“SMG”) announced on 18 Dec 20 that the Company is currently in discussions with a third party regarding a possible transaction involving the Company’s shares. The discussions are preliminary and there is no certainty or assurance that such discussions will progress beyond the current stage or that any transaction will materialise as a result of such discussions.   Why am I interested in SMG? My personal view is that at $0.315, given a potential share transaction scenario, the risk reward seems favourable. Please refer to my basis and the risks as highlighted below: 1) Past recent trend – average premium to 3M, 6M VWAP are around 31% and 40% respectively Based on Table 1 below, based on prudence, if I exclude Perennial and SK Jewellery which have incred
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sias
2020-12-20 20:16:42
The consolidation continued last week
The STI gained 27 points or 0.9% at 2,848.98 last week; Prices seem to be drifting after the rally in Nov and early Dec; Support continued to come from positive vaccine news; Pressure continued to come from negative economic developments; Hi-P’s boss made privatization offer; Value of privatizations this year has exceeded total in 2019; UK’s Revolut aims to offer commission-free stock trading here; NutryFarm’s shares were in play, drew SGX query Prices have run up strongly already, so market now in “consolidation phase’’ An element of “buy in anticipation, sell on news’’ may be creeping into daily trading now that markets have already rallied strongly ahead of positive developments such as the conclusion of the US Presidential elections which has given rise to hopes of
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sias
2020-10-01 15:25:23
Monthly wrap for September 2020: The market consolidated in September
The STI fell 66 points or 2.6% to 2,466.62 in September; US tech sector volatility was a big factor; US-China tensions rose as US banned Tik Tok and WeChat from app stores; Absence of agreement on US stimulus package weighed on sentiment; US Federal Reserve announced its inflation target, promised to keep interest rates close to zero for next few years; SIA’s cost-cutting and fuel hedging were in focus; Wilmar’s China unit’s Shenzhen IPO captured market’s attention Entering a “consolidation phase’’ The Straits Times Index lost 66 points or 2.6% over the month of October to end at 2,466.62. A US tech stock selloff that led to the sector experiencing large volatility over the past four weeks, the state of the US economy ahead of next month’s presidential elections, increas
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sias
2020-09-06 19:27:33
US tech stock selloff provided main feature
US indices closed week sharply lower ahead of long weekend; STI was dragged lower by 30 points or 1.2% at 2,509.64; Co-founders of SK Jewellery table privatisation offer; Aspen moves ahead with plan to diversify into glove making; Corporate Governance Advisory Committee said directors should state upfront if they are subscribing to rights issues; Analysts still positive on equities despite selloff.   US tech stocks plummet on Thursday, dragging local market lower Thursday’s selloff on Wall Street was the main feature of last week’s trading, resulting in the Straits Times Index losing 30 points or about 1.2% over the five days at 2,509.64. Of this loss, 22.15 points came on Friday in response to the US market’s steep dive on Thursday that affected mainly technology stocks. It





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