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SGD 0.620
0.000 / 0.00%
Share Price as of: 2022-06-24 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1CB1000009
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Discretionary / Consumer Durables & Apparel / Household Durables

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2021-10-03 09:57:32
4 EV Stocks To Consider Investing In Beyond Tesla: Nio; XPeng; Lucid; Volkswagen
Electric Vehicles (EVs) are automobiles that are electrically powered. In this industry, the most famous EV producer is Tesla, an EV and clean energy company based in California. According to Statista, the size of the Global Electric Vehicle Market is 725 billion USD. Of which, Tesla sales accounts for a market share of approximately 15%. This shows that as an industry, the market is far from concentrated and there are plenty of opportunities for growth for existing mobility incumbents and upcoming EV players. Read Also: How Much Will It Cost To Buy And Own The Tesla Model 3 In Singapore? In this edition of 4 Stocks This Week, we will look at some of these EVĀ stocks that may be primed for growth that we can consider investing in (beyond Tesla) if we want exposure to this industry. #1 NIO
Angela Koo
2021-09-18 10:01:08
5 Things To Know About Delfi Limited (SGX:P34), The Company Behind Chocolate Brands Like Van Houten, Delfi and SilverQueen
Chocolate is a beloved sweet treat for many people. However, not many people know where their chocolates come from, even fewer know that Southeast Asia actually has the suitable climate for growing cocoa beans and that Indonesia is one of the larger global producers of cocoa bean. As someone who occasionally dabbles in baking and has a weakness for chocolate, I am pleasantly surprised to discover that a chocolate confectionery company is listed on the Singapore Exchange – Delfi Limited (SGX: P34). Delfi Limited is the company behind notable chocolate brands such as Van Houten, Delfi, SilverQueen, Ceres, Goya and Knick Knacks. While Singaporeans may not have heard of some of these brands, they would be familiar to Indonesians and Filipinos who would have snacked on these established b

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