SGX Listed Stock

S I2I LIMITED (BAI.SI)


SGD 2.950
-0.020 / -0.67%
Share Price as of: 2018-01-17 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1BD0000008
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Telecommunication Services / Telecommunication Services / Diversified Telecommunication Services


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Aspire
Joey Ho
2017-12-28 11:36:32
SI Research: How Share Buybacks Affect Shareholder Value
Share buybacks are usually viewed positively because the reduction of the total number of shares outstanding increases value for shareholders. This is a result of an increase in earnings per share since the remaining shares will be worth a greater percentage of the company. In addition, applying the laws of supply and demand, a lower number of shares outstanding could result in an upward effect on the price. At times, a share buyback could also be an early sign of privatisation, which could net the remaining shareholders a decent premium. Not Always The Case Investors should take a closer look instead of simply making an investment decision based on a company’s share buybacks. Certain companies such as Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation and Singapore Technologies Engineering have employ
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2017-12-15 09:24:15
3 Companies That Have Bought Back Their Shares Aggressively
Warren Buffett’s partner, Charlie Munger, likens companies which buy back massive amounts of their own shares as “cannibals”. Companies that buy back their shares aggressively create more shareholder value, as their profits are allocated to a fewer number of shares, causing a rise in the earnings per share. Some firms also repurchase shares as they view them as being undervalued. In Singapore, there are some cannibals in their own right. Usually, the total number of shares that can be bought back here is capped at 10% of the total number of issued shares, without taking into account treasury shares. According to a recent report by Singapore Exchange (SGX: S68), the three companies below have repurchased more than 1.5% of their issued shares (excluding treasury shares), from the date





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