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SGD 11.030
+0.040 / +0.36%
Share Price as of: 2018-01-19 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1V61937297
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Transportation / Airlines

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Jimmy Ng
2018-01-11 09:31:09
SI Research: 3 Blue Chips With 10% Upside Potential Or More
2018 kicked off with a good start extending last year’s bullish sentiments. Within 3 trading sessions we are already seeing the Straits Times Index (STI) surge past last year’s high of 3,468.77 to 3,501.16 on 4 January, inching towards the historical peak of 3,539.95 in April 2015. Against such a backdrop, do blue-chip counters in the local bourse still have room for further advancement? By mentioning blue chips, we are actually referring to component stocks that form the STI which incidentally have a market capitalization of at least $10 billion. That said, we have identified 3 blue chips from UOB Kay Hian’s (UOBKH) alpha picks for 2018 with additional upside potentials of more than 10 percent despite their already significant rallies. Keppel Corporation Keppel Corporation (KepCorp)
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Chong Ser Jing
2018-01-10 15:28:27
Is SIA Engineering Company Ltd A Risky Stock?
In a previous article I wrote, I shared three questions investors can ask to determine how risky a stock is. Here are the questions: 1. Is there any form of concentration in the company’s business model? 2. Is the company’s valuation high? 3. Is the company’s balance sheet weak? My questions are not the only important things investors should assess when determining how risky a stock is. But, they can still lead to valuable insights on the crucial subject of risk. With the three questions in hand, I thought it’d be interesting to look at how risky SIA Engineering Company Ltd (SGX: S59) may be at the moment. Given that the company had recently been kicked out of the Straits Times Index’s (SGX: ^STI), it could be a stock that many investors pay attention to. The business SI
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Lawrence Nga
2018-01-09 11:55:51
These 3 Stocks Are Currently Trading Close To Their 52-Week Lows
I’m a value investor. So, I like to search for companies that are trading at good value. A list of stocks that are near their respective 52-week lows is a good place to start my search for a good reason. These are the stocks that are either neglected or beaten down by investors. And, some of these stocks can be bargains in relation to their actual economic worth because market participants can at times react too negatively to certain companies that have sound long-term prospects but have experienced some short-term stumbles. As such, I will screen for stocks that are trading near 52-week lows nearly once every week. There are many stocks that pop up on my screen each time I run it. In here, let’s look at three such stocks: SIA Engineering Company Ltd (SGX: S59), Q & M Dental Grou
Timothy Ho
2018-01-04 11:36:51
4 Stocks This Week – Summary For 2017
When we started the weekly 4 Stocks This Week column on earlier this year, our objective was simple; provide a convenient read each way for busy investors (including ourselves) to stay updated with what is happening on the Singapore Exchange. 4 Stock This Week will never be a recommendation from us to buy or sell any of the stocks that we feature. Its purpose is to highlight, rather than to analyse. For this week’s edition, instead of the usual coverage of four stocks, we will like to provide you with a quick summary links of all the 4 Stocks This Week articles written in 2017. We have arranged it alphabetically, by stocks. If you are interested in of these stocks, simply click on the related reading links for the stock(s) of your interest. If you are an avid follo
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Sudhan P.
2017-12-21 18:29:06
Will SIA Engineering Company Ltd Be Able to Survive the Tough Times?
SIA Engineering Company Ltd (SGX: S59) is an aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul firm that is primarily owned by our flag carrier, Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L). The engineering company’s shares had declined from around S$5 in May 2013 to end today at S$3.10, translating to a slump of 38%. The most probable reason for the share price fall is the poor performance of its business amid a challenging operating environment. Would SIA Engineering be able to weather the storm and emerge unscathed many years later? To answer that question, we can turn our attention to the Balance Sheet (also known as Statement of Financial Position) of the company. The balance sheet offers a snapshot of a firm’s health. It tells you how much a company owns (or assets), and how much it owes (or liabi
Dinesh Dayani
2017-12-07 07:44:57
Buying A New iPhone Every Year? Here’s How Much More You Will Have If You Invested The Money Instead
This article was written in collaboration with SGX. All views are the independent opinion of Investing isn’t something most people think about on a daily basis. Some even disregard it, thinking they don’t have enough money or knowledge to start. Others overlook it entirely because they’re too busy with their daily lives. As the latest iPhone X launch on 3 November 2017, we found out that the lack of disposable income isn’t necessarily the reason why people don’t invest, as media outlets reported hundreds had queued overnight outside the Apple store at Orchard Road just to get their hands on the phone. Selling at a retail price of between $1,648 (64GB) to $1,888 (256GB), many people in Singapore have shown their willingness to part with such an amount on discret
Dinesh Dayani
2017-11-26 21:38:25
Step-By-Step Guide to Stock Investing in Singapore
This article is written as part of a collaboration with For Tomorrow. For Tomorrow is brought to you by Temasek, in partnership with MoneySmart and DollarsAndSense. All views expressed in the article are the independent opinion of When you’re ready to start investing, the stock market could be a natural first place you turn to. Most Singaporeans, even if they never invested before, know about the stock market, or more specifically, the Singapore Exchange (SGX). The SGX acts as a market for people to buy and sell stocks. For many, when you start investing, you will likely turn to an online platform to carry out your trades and start building your investment portfolio. For a start, you may think of investing in well-known companies in Singapore, suc
Starfish SRS Fund
2017-11-11 15:23:20
Miles Junkie
In case you haven't noticed, I have recently changed the feel and look of my SRS blog. I have also decided, for my own sanity, to have only two blogs from now on ... (instead of 5 blogs covering different topics from trading to traveling previously).Streamlining of blogsThe Singapore IPOs blog will continue to write about IPO stuff but the SRS blog will evolve into a personal finance and lifestyle blog (to attract more advertising dollars perhaps? 😂)... and I will stop updating the other blogs (which I haven't been doing anyway 😅)Here comes the first "lifestyle" blog post  for the November! Miles JunkieDue to my frequent traveling, I consider myself to be a miles junkie, i.e collecting Krisflyer miles ("KF Miles") in whatever ways possible... ✈️ ... so what are the poss
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Sudhan P.
2017-11-08 15:54:22
Earnings Brief: Singapore Airlines Ltd, Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd and CapitaLand Limited
Three blue-chip companies released their latest financial results either yesterday evening or this morning. Here are some quick highlights from the earnings announcements: 1. Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L) a) For the first half ended 30 September 2017, revenue rose $5.5% year-on-year to $7.71 billion due to improvements seen in all its business segments. Passenger flown turnover increased due to higher traffic, partially offset by the reduction in passenger yield. Cargo revenue was higher year-on-year due to increased freight carriage and yield. Engineering services saw a revenue improvement largely due to line maintenance, and aircraft and component overhaul activities. b) Net profit surged 32% to $425 million on the back of higher operating profit and a lower share of losses from
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Sudhan P.
2017-11-06 11:23:29
10 Things to Know About SIA Engineering Company Ltd’s Latest Earnings
SIA Engineering Company Ltd (SGX: S59) is an aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) firm that is primarily owned by our flag carrier, Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L). Last Friday, the MRO firm released its financial results for the second quarter ended 30 September 2017. The reporting period was from 1 July 2017 to 30 September 2017. Here are 10 things investors should know from the earnings announcement: 1. Revenue for the quarter rose 3.7% year-on-year to S$274.7 million, due to growth in revenue from airframe overhaul, component overhaul, and line maintenance. This was partially offset by the decrease in fleet management revenue. 2. However, due to an increase in expenditure, operating profit fell 20.4% to S$19.5 million. 3. The share of profits of associated and joint ventur
Sim Kang Heong
2017-11-05 14:13:29
4 Stocks This Week (Air Travel) [3 Nov 2017] – SIA, SIAEC, SATS, ST Eng
Earnings report season is underway, and we can expect the weeks to come would be a busy period for analysts and investors. On October 31,  Changi Airport’s Terminal 4 officially opened. For a start, Terminal 4 will be hosting nine airlines. The opening of Terminal 4 continues to add to Changi Airport’s annual passenger handling capacity, bringing its current total to 82 million passengers annually. The opening is timely, giving year-end travellers, especially families, the opportunity to experience first-hand Singapore’s newest and highest-tech passenger terminal. Let’s look at 4 stocks this week whose company’s core business is related to the air travel and logistics. Read Also: What Does An Improved GDP Mean For Singaporeans In 2018 Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX: C6L) Singa
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David Kuo
2017-11-05 12:34:50
The Week Ahead: Can DBS Trump OCBC and UOB?
We are about to enter the final stretch of the Singapore earning season. More than a dozen Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) are pencilled in for results next week. DBS Group (SGX: D05) will be the final Singapore banks to post numbers. It has a tough act to follow after blowout results from OCBC (SGX: O39) and UOB (SGX: U11). In August, Singapore’s biggest bank posted an 8% jump in second-quarter profits. However, the bank pointed to pressures in credit in the oil and gas sector. Airport-services outfit SATS (SGX: S58) recently announced a tie-up with Malaysian-based airline AirAsia. Next week it will tell us how it has fared in the second quarter. In July, it said operating profit dipped 1.8% due to the end of rebates extended by Changi airport to help deal with challenging times. C
Annie Lim
2017-11-02 10:26:53
Latest Updates On Aviation Industry & 3 Stocks To Watch
Singaporeans’ great love for travelling is a well-known fact with a recent study done earlier this year showing that Singaporeans took an average of 5.2 trips in the last twelve months. As we fuel our desire to travel and discover the hidden gems of Mother Earth, let’s also take a look at the latest developments in the aviation industry to see if there are any other treasures that investors can profit from. Below, we will be examining the current performance of three companies that are in the aviation industry. 1. ST Engineering (STE) Analysts at UOB Kay Hian Research (UOBKH) are expecting STE to report a net profit hike of at least 50% for the third quarters (year-on-year basis). The anticipated increase is partly due to a lower quarter on quarter provision for the shipbuilding divi
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Lawrence Nga
2017-10-26 13:54:27
1 Simple Number To Help Investors Understand 3 Important Aspects Of Singapore Airlines Ltd’s Business
Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L) is the national airline of Singapore. Besides running its namesake full-service airline, it also has other airlines under its wings, namely, SilkAir and Scoot. In this article I want to dig deep into Singapore Airline’s return on equity, or ROE. The choice of ROE Why the ROE some of you might be asking? That’s because the financial metric gives investors important insight on a company’s ability to generate a profit using the shareholders’ capital it has. A ROE of 20% means that a company generates $0.20 in profit for every dollar of shareholders’ capital invested. In general, the higher the ROE, the more profitable a company is. That being said, it’s worth noting that the use of high leverage – which increases the financial risk faced by
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Lawrence Nga
2017-10-24 11:10:00
3 Important Things Investors May Have Missed About SATS Ltd
SATS Ltd (SGX: S58) is a company with two business segments, namely, Food Solutions and Gateway Services. The former covers services such as airline catering, food distribution, and industrial catering. The latter is involved in ground handling services of passengers, flights, ferries, and cargo. It’s common for investors to miss out on important information about any company. Here are three things about SATS’s business that are not so obvious, but yet important to know for long-term investors: 1. Early history Do you know that SATS was established as a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L)? Here’s a history of SATS, as described by the company: “In 1947, ground handling services were provided by a department of Malayan Airways, which became Malaysia-Singapore Airli
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Lawrence Nga
2017-10-19 12:33:19
These 3 Billion Dollar Companies Are Trading Close To Their 52-Week Low Prices
As an investor, one of the methods that I use to search for investment ideas is stock screening. One of my personal favourite screens is the 52-week low list. This screen, which is usually performed weekly, will give me a list of companies that are trading at their 12-month low. Why do I like this screen? As a value investor, I like to search for companies that are trading at good value. The 52-week low could be a good place to start, since these companies might have been ignore by the investment community for various reasons. Some deserve to be. Occasionally, however, the market might have been overly negative. These companies could have good long-term prospects, despite some short-term headwinds. My job, then, is to try to separate the wheat from the chaff. So what are the companies that

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