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KEPPEL CORPORATION LIMITED (SGX:BN4)


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SGD 5.220
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Share Price as of: 2021-09-24 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1U68934629
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Capital Goods / Industrial Conglomerates


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Createwealth8888
2021-09-14 09:30:16
20 yrs ago Kep Corp in 2001 and Keppel Vision 2030.
 20 years ago in Sep 2001; Uncle8888 believe and bought into Keppel's restructuring story in Round 1 @ $1.32 after Sep 11 WTC when market crash and Keppel made money as No 1 Oily company!20 years later; Keppel became smelly, oily stock and most hated and has to shake off the smelly and oily business with its Keppel Vision 2030. Again; Uncle8888 still believe and now at Round 101 i.e. 100 rounds more than in 2001! LOL!Average 5 rounds P.A over 20 yrs!Read? Yield of dreams: Investors have "a once in a lifetime opportunity" in blue chips (15)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sunday, 25 September 2016Read? You Are Stupid To Lose Money In Your O & G Investment! Blame Yourself For Stupidity!In Aug 24, 2001Promising Conglom
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Blade Knight
2021-09-13 08:18:09
Keppel DC REIT- Growth Story Intact And Supported By Visible Pipelines
For unitholders who bought into Keppel DC REIT (“KDC”) from Aug’20 to Apr’21 at the range of S$2.55 per unit to S$3.04 per unit, the recent downturn in price from May’21 till Sep’21 has been rather disappointing. This is despite many good news being released for KDC such as over 12.5% improvement in 1stHalf FY2021 DPU, joint investment with M1 into digital network assets, maiden foray into China Data Centre market as well as acquisition of its third new data centre in Netherlands. The price as at 10th September 2021 is at S$2.56 per unit.1. Some investors view KDC as a risk free bond.Well, this is a very strange assertion being made by some investors indeed. I think let’s not get confused, KDC is a REIT and is equity in nature. Let’s call a spade a spade. It is definitely n
SIAS
sias
2021-09-12 16:20:33
A week of familiar and unfamiliar developments
The familiar: The STI first regained 3,100 but quickly lost it The unfamiliar: Instead of consecutive all-time highs, Wall St recorded consecutive falls Investors in US stocks concerned about Fed tapering and slowing economy STI registered a gain of 15 points or 0.5% at 3,098.8 over the week Hongkong Land’s US$500m buyback plan boosted the stock Maybank Kim Eng raised STI target from 3,537 to 3,650. First, the familiar The week that just passed had a familiar look to it, with the Straits Times Index first regaining the 3,100 level on Monday before losing it soon afterwards, a repetition of a trading pattern that has played out over the past three consecutive weeks. Daily volume was weak for the first half with dollar values done on Monday and Tuesday below S$1bn, but this picked up sl
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Blade Knight
2021-09-10 21:30:18
Historic Moment for Singapore Press Holdings Group- Goodbye to Media and Press Business!
What an exciting day it has been for the shareholders and management of Singapore Press Holdings (“SPH”). The results of the EGM has finally been announced. Goodbye to Media segment….what a historic moment indeed for SPH milestone! Despite seemingly fierce resistance put up by the minority retail investors asking that Media business be either sold to an interested party or to simply just shut down the media business [instead of paying S$80Mil in cash and other assets for transfer over to the newly formed Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG)], the objections turned out to be only pinpricks in the vast ocean. An overwhelming 97.6% of shareholders voted “Yes” for the first resolution to transfer the Media business out to the CLG while 97.5% voted “Yes” for the second resolution to
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Blade Knight
2021-09-10 21:26:59
Singapore Press Holdings- EGM And D-Day For The Fate Of Media Business
Singapore Press Holdings ("SPH") will hold its EGM this afternoon (10th September 2021) at 2.30pm. Finally, the much anticipated EGM will be convened. Will Media business be successfully transferred out of SPH? Will the special resolution on a new constitution be also approved by more than 75% of shareholders in order to be eligible for the Keppel Corp buyout? If it goes through, will SPH share price finally hit S$2 per share or will it plunge dramatically by end of the day or next week due to the deal falling apart?Updates as of 10 September 2021 (5pm)-Results of SPH EGM:Historic Moment for Singapore Press Holdings Group- Goodbye to Media and Press Business!- 10 Sep 2021Previous posts on SPH:1. SPH Media Spin Off EGM- Retail Investors Should Be More Pro-Active To Exercise Their
SIAS
sias
2021-09-10 16:32:20
Press Statement: Outcome of the SPH shareholders’ vote today
The overwhelming support for the two resolutions today paves the way for SPH shareholders to now consider the privatisation proposal of SPH by Keppel Corp. I am confident that the shareholders of SPH will do what is good for them. It is important for them to carefully consider the Keppel proposal and vote. David Gerald Founder, President & CEO SIAS The post Press Statement: Outcome of the SPH shareholders’ vote today appeared first on Securities Investors Association (Singapore).
SIAS
sias
2021-09-06 09:45:57
Commentary: SPH’s media demerger: important for shareholders to vote
This is the original commentary by SIAS, unedited version from The Business Times, The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao publications on 06 September 2021 Before the end of this year, shareholders of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) will have to decide on the fate of their company, once a prominent blue chip but one that has now fallen on difficult times, mainly because of a structural decline in its media advertisement revenue. This decline has been reflected in the company’s shares; the price having fallen from the S$4 level in 2014 to around S$1 in November 2020 despite the company having diversified into other non-media areas like property, aged care provision and student accommodation. Indeed, the fact that SPH was removed from its own benchmark blue chip Straits Times Index in June las
SIAS
sias
2021-09-05 20:16:06
STI ended flat for week, again decoupled from Wall St
The Straits Times Index added just 3 points at 3,083.85; Wall St’s all-time highs had little or no effect here; Daily turnover sank after Tuesday’s portfolio rebalancing; Poor Friday US jobs report could be positive for US stocks; Jardine group among STI’s worst performers; Yangzijiang is the STI’s best performer; SGX announced its SPAC listing rules; Proxy adviser for SPH’s restructuring plan said benefits outweigh costs In an uninspiring week, 3 features stood out The week that just passed was notable for three reasons, two relating to the local market and the third to Wall Street. The first was that the local market’s decoupling from Wall Street that started several weeks ago appeared to continue last week, and the second was that the large, mid-week plunge in the Straits
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Mak Yuen Teen
2021-09-04 22:11:20
Questions for the SPH EGM to be held on 10 September 2021
By Mak Yuen Teen I am a shareholder of SPH. The following is the draft list of questions that I will be sending to the company for the EGM to be held on 10 September 2021. I have confined my questions to the two resolutions to be considered at this EGM, particularly the first resolution. Questions relating to the proposed privatisation of SPH by Keppel Corporation will be submitted when the EGM to... Source
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Jorinda Hsu
2021-09-02 12:10:35
Here’s How The Stocks Within The Singapore’s Straits Times Index (STI) Have Changed Since 1998
With a history dating back to 1966, the Straits Times Index (STI) was originally coined as the Straits Industrial Index. After 30-odd years, the Straits Industrial Index was eventually succeeded by Straits Times Index on 31 August 1998. The reason for changing the index was to allow the index to cover more sectors and properly reflect the daily trading activities of stocks on SGX (or then-Stock Exchange of Singapore). Established by SPH, SGX and FTSE Russell, the index is reviewed on a semi-annual basis. Companies can be removed and added to the index based on their market capitalisation changes. Since STI’s official inception, the index has undergone several changes. The most recent major movement would be the replacement of SPH with Mapletree Industrial Trust on June 2020. Here, we com
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Blade Knight
2021-08-29 15:01:58
SPH Media Spin Off EGM- Retail Investors Should Be More Pro-Active To Exercise Their Voting Rights
I thought that it is a no-brainer to agree to the transfer of Media business out of SPH and into the newly created CLG entity. Media is a loss making business. Existing shareholders need to bite the bullet and agree to pay the divorce fees to get rid of the Media segment. It is only with the media business out of SPH that we can move on to the next stage of a wider corporate action options being made available to sell of the property business of SPH to other interested 3rd parties. 1. Media still making losses despite 2 rounds of staff cutting to save reduce labour cost.Once the traditional media economic moat is being disrupted by Facebook, google etc, there is no point in trying to keep doing "headcount restructuring". SPH already went through 2 rounds. There is a limit that can be
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Createwealth8888
2021-08-24 20:55:31
Local Market SGX Not many multi-baggers - Fact or Fiction?
 Read? IS THE LOCAL STOCK MARKET DEAD?Read? 10% dividend yield for 10 years? Fact or Fiction? (2) - updated after 9 yrs!Read? Cut your losses short and let your winners run??? (2)Read? Just a few multi-baggers may be enough for your kid's university fund - UpdatedUncle8888 smiled when he read thisOver the past 30 years or so, there are only a handful of multi-baggers. Of course, if our timing is perfect, we can hit a few multi-baggers in some super-penny stocks, but even that a lot of them are not able to maintain their highs, sliding down almost as fast. Medtecs Investors in the mid-cap space is a good example. iFast, Frencken and Wilmar International made the grade of multi-baggers. Nanofilm almost made through, but the recent slide had defied it. Going back
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Blade Knight
2021-08-15 15:40:56
The Keppel Corp and SPH Deal That You Need to Be Careful On- NOT Done Deal Yet.
The lightning speed of the announcement this week by Keppel Corp on the acquisition of Singapore Press Holdings Group ("SPH") caught many folks by surprise. Although I have mentioned on my 25 July 2021 post that corporate actions for SPH should eventually come as "it is an inevitable eventuality given the benefits of economies of scale", the sudden materialization of corporate action still have me reeling in surprise and my jaw dropping. Are we finally bidding a last farewell to SPH which was incorporated on 4th August 1984? Is the offer of S$2.2 billion enough to convince existing Keppel Corp and SPH shareholders to say "yes" to the deal?1. S$2.2 billion offer by Keppel Corp is a very good deal?Unfortunately, the answer to this is a big "No No" as evident in the current market pricing of
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The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
2021-08-12 16:17:47
Back... With Updates On My Portfolio
Hello everyone, it has been a long long time since I wrote anything. I had been restless for the last few months. In fact, over the last month, I had probably watched so much Netflix, Korean Drama and Movies that even the whole of last 2 years pales in comparison. It seem like I am playing catch up on “what I liked to do but stopped myself from doing because I felt I am wasting time”. Other time where I wasn’t working from home or watching drama/movies, I spent them with my daughter. Dancing, painting, going for lessons…just some father and daughter time. It was a great rest. I don’t mind having more of such time but NOW it is probably time to contribute to the investing community again. For a start, I did some amendment to my strategy by adding HK stocks to the mix as shown in t
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Jorinda Hsu
2021-08-08 01:46:17
4 Stocks Affected By The Privatisation Of SPH – Keppel Corp (SGX: BN4); Keppel REIT (SGX: K71U); SPH (SGX: T39); SPH REIT (SGX: SK6U)
On 02 August 2021, before the start of the trading day, four companies requested a trading halt. These stocks were Keppel Corporation, Keppel REIT, Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), and SPH REIT. Soon after, both SPH and Keppel released a joint statement for a proposed acquisition offer from Keppel at $2.2 billion for SPH non-media assets. SPH then followed up with a proposed $3.4 billion privatisation plan which involved the payment of cash, Keppel REIT and SPH REIT units to shareholders. In this week’s edition of 4 Stocks This Week, we look at these four stocks that are related to SPH proposed privatisation. Read Also: 5 Things To Know About Keppel Corp Privatisation Offer For SPH Keppel Corporation (SGX: BN4) Keppel Corporation (SGX: BN4) is a Singapore conglomerate that provides offsh
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sgwealthbuilder
2021-08-07 12:51:56
Keppel Corp share price firing on all cylinders!
National Day Special Offer! On 2 August 2021, Keppel Corp stunned Singapore investment community with the announcement of the $2.2 billion strategic acquisition of Singapore Press Holdings ex-Media. Whilst the media segment had been carved out, the destiny of the remaining assets of SPH remained a mystery until the fateful announcement. Will the latest turn of event throw a spanner in the works for the recovery of Keppel Corp share price? Keppel Corp share price turned on the style following report of a net profit amounting to $300 million for half year ended 30 June 2021. Notwithstanding the strong results, what truly turbocharged Keppel Corp share price was the surprising bonanza cash dividend of 12.0 cents, which is significantly higher than 2020’s interim dividend of 3.0 cents and al
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ccloh
2021-08-03 21:01:56
SPH -- The Final Nail In The Coffin
By know it shouldn't be a secret that Keppel Corp offer to acquire SPH less the media business in a S$3.4 billion deal.  Under the offer, SPH shareholders will receive 66.8 cents in cash per share together with 0.596 Keppel Reit units and 0.782 SPH Reit units per share.  The total consideration is about S$2.099 per share based on share price of Keppel Reit (S$1.20) and SPH Reit (S$0.915) as of 30th July 2021.Since 2017 when SPH announced appointing Ng Yat Chung as CEO (26th May 2017), I have written 3 blogs on SPH.SPH -- A No No For Me.............  (21st Sep 2017)SPH -- All Times Low Since 1998 !!!  (28th Jul 2019)SPH Saga  (10th May 2021)So with the current event, privatization, this is the time to finally close the chapter on SPH.  Well I wasn't a single da
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Timothy Ho
2021-08-02 13:05:10
5 Things To Know About Keppel Corp Privatisation Offer For SPH
Earlier today on 2 August 2021, Singapore Press Holdings (SGX: T39) along with SPH REIT (SGX: SK6U), Keppel Corp (SGX: BN4), and Keppel REIT (SGX: K71U) called for a trading halt. Shortly after, SPH announced that it had received a privatisation offer from Keppel Corp (SGX: BN4). According to SPH, the offer is worth $3.4 billion. This offer will not come as a surprise to anyone. Given that SPH was already looking to hive off its loss-making media business, this meant that the company would be left with just its property, student accommodation and aged care business. And a large part of its property business was also via its majority ownership of SPH REIT, which is listed on the SGX as well. For anyone who has some shares in SPH currently, here are 5 things you should know. #1 For existing





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