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Cindy Teh
2018-07-09 12:45:04
Migrating Overseas? Here Are Some Surprising Costs You Might Not Think About
Congratulations! You’ve landed a great job in an amazing country and can’t wait to finally touch the green(er) grass on the other side. However, uprooting somewhere new isn’t always all fun and games all the time. Migrating overseas is actually a big deal that strains your mental capacity and your wallet. Based on real-life experiences, we highlight some of the costs of relocating to another country that you might not realise you need to incur. All fees and charges are subjected to change depending on each country’s immigration laws. Before You Leave Visa Application Fees Most of the time, your new company would take care of work visa and other legal documentation for you, including related charges like medical check-ups (if required) and vaccinations. If they don’t, you’
Lionel Loi
2018-07-01 10:11:40
4 Stocks This Week (Transport) [29 Jun 2018] ComfortDelGro, SATS, SBS Transit, Singapore Airlines
This week, Obike announced its exit from the Singapore market, citing difficulties adhering to stricter bike-sharing regulations introduced by the Land Transport Authority (LTA). This sparked a public outcry on social media, with many Obike users unable to retrieve their initial deposits. Singapore’s ride-sharing sector also made headlines this week, as Ryde filed a police report over phantom bookings and fake user accounts, claiming that one of the IP addresses linked to these fake accounts was owned by Grab. All these happenings has drawn renewed attention on Singapore’s transport sector. Concurrently, the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil prices closed at US$74.15 this week, reaching a 3.5-year high on concerns that sanctions on Iran could choke oil supplies. Despite higher
Lim Si Jie
2018-06-28 14:14:26
Front Running Stocks In Singapore’s Digital Transformation (Part 2)
In the second part of this two-part series, we continue to highlight four front-running stocks that DBS recommends investors to invest in the new digital era. Investors Takeaway: 4 Companies Leading Singapore’s Digital Transformation Race iFAST Corporation (iFAST) iFAST has made significant progress in the last two to three years as a wealth management Fintech player. iFAST has broadened the range of investment products and services on its platforms over the last few years. iFAST is now a more integrated wealth management platform, with five key product group (unit trusts, ETFs, bonds, stocks and insurance). Apart from growing its range of services, it has also laid the infrastructure to kick-start its business in China, a market it believes will be key to future growth. Despite
Sim Kang Heong
2018-06-27 13:30:52
7 High-Paying Jobs In Singapore That Don’t Require A Degree
Last month, Minister for Education Ong Ye Kung expressed his belief that Singapore could one day have a Prime Minister who does not have a degree. While Singaporeans are well-aware that a degree is not one-way ticket to success, the conviction that there are multiple pathways to a fulfilling career without a degree is perhaps not as strong. But if we take a moment to look around us, we can see that there are indeed many well-paying and exciting careers that don’t require a degree for entering and excelling in. Here are 7 of our favourites. # 1 Financial Adviser Personal finance is a field that a large part of the population deem to be complex and difficult. In fact, financial advisers sometimes perpetuate this perception themselves. The pitch is that with so many insuranc
Annie Lim
2018-06-25 16:35:25
Aviation Stocks – Impacts Of The Hike In Passenger Service Charges
Avid travellers must have learned of the news about the impending increase in Passenger Service Charges (PSC) in Changi International Airport starting next month (1st July 2018). The rise in PSC charged per passenger will have an impact on the aviation industry in Singapore and investors should read on to find out the effect of the increased fees. Airport Development Levy As Changi Airport continues to expand to serve rising number of passengers, it has decided to charge the airport development levy on passengers departing from Changi to raise funds to develop a third runway as well as to build Terminal 5. This will result in an increase of $13.30 in PSC per passenger departing from Singapore, which represents a substantial increase in charges of 39 percent. But the raise in airport levy d
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Jeremy Chia
2018-06-18 11:23:35
2 Singapore Companies With Brands Built To Last
Moats are used to protect castles from invaders in the medieval ages. Similarly, economic moats can protect companies against erosion from competitors. A company with a wide economic moat has a competitive advantage over its rivals, such that it is difficult for the competitors to encroach onto its market share. In Morningstar’s book, Why Moats Matter, it described five types of economic moats that can protect a company against outside competition. They are network effect, low-cost advantage, intangible assets (such as brand value), high switching cost and efficient scale. A company that possesses one or multiple traits can fend off its competitors and will less likely be made obsolete in the future. With that in mind, I want to describe two companies in Singapore that display wide econo
Annie Lim
2018-06-13 15:51:28
How To Approach The Stock Market In 2H18?
As we begin to enter the second half of 2018, DBS came up with some investment strategies that investors should adopt when approaching the stock market According to DBS, June is expected to be a quiet month with trading activities and volume to be mild. Investors should expect another round of interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, to see the federal fund rate rise by another 25 basis points to 2 percent. However, the forecast and outlook for interest rate hikes should remain at three hikes in 2018. With regards to crude oil, the OPEC is scheduled to meet on 22 June 2018 and a decision is like to be reached on whether to raise production levels as proposed by Saudi Arabia and Russia. On the local front, May has not been a great month for the local stock market as the local benchmark St
2018-05-31 20:09:17
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in May 2018
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in May 2018 The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 185.75 points or 5.14% lower to 3428.18 in May 2018.(compared to 3613.93 on 30-Apr-2018)Top Performers: ComfortDelGro, Genting Singapore, Singapore Airlines, Jardine Matheson, Venture Corp. Least Performers: Hutchison Port Holdings Trust, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, StarHub, City Developments, Thai Beverage. Most Volatile: Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, Hutchison Port Holdings Trust, Golden Agri Resources, StarHub, Genting Singapore. Advertisement Continue Reading »
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Jeremy Chia
2018-05-30 13:15:29
3 Positives From Singapore Airlines Ltd’s FY17/18 Results
Singapore Airlines Ltd. (SGX:C6L) has faced many challenges in the last five years. Increasing competition from low-cost carriers and higher oil prices have led to stagnating revenue growth and volatile profits. That said, in the latest financial year that ended on 31 March 2018, the group has managed to turn its business around, reporting an impressive 6.3% revenue growth, and more than doubling its net profit from the previous year. This is certainly good news for the company and its shareholders. On top of these impressive numbers, there are some other positives from its latest earnings results that suggest that the airlines can continue to build on its recent good performances. The Singapore Airlines flagship carrier improves its operating statistics The available seat kilometer (ASK)
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Jeremy Chia
2018-05-24 15:21:11
Singapore Airlines Ltd’s Latest Earnings: Smooth Take-Off For The Year
Singapore Airlines Ltd  (SGX: C6L), the flag carrier of Singapore and one of the most reputable airlines companies in the world, recently released its earnings update for the financial year ended on 31 March 2018. Let’s take a quick look at 10 important highlights from its earnings update: 1. Over the fourth quarter of the financial year, the group received a total of S$4.0 billion in revenue. This was a 8.2% increase from a year ago. Expenditure increased by 3.2% to S$3.8 billion from S$3.7 billion the same period last year. Operating profit surged 677% to S$214.5 million from S$27.6 million last year. 2. For the full financial year, the group’s revenue increased S$938 million or 6.3% to S$15.8 billion. Expenditure increased 3.5% to S$14.7 billion. Full-year operating profit came
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Sudhan P.
2018-05-19 18:14:46
The Singapore Market This Week: Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings Ltd Leads the Pack Down
The local stock market, as represented by the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), slipped 1.1%, or 40.9 points, to 3,529.3 for the week. Of the 30 index stocks, 24 were in the red while the remaining six were in the positive territory. Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings Ltd (SGX: BS6) led the group lower, sinking 10.9% to end the week at S$1.06. At the end of last month, the shipbuilder announced its financial results for the first quarter ended 31 March 2018. Total revenue rose 6% year-on-year to RMB5.0 billion as revenue from both the shipbuilding related segment and investment segment improved for the quarter. Despite the higher overall revenue, net profit slipped 11% to RMB595.1 million. Other losers for the week include Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74), CapitaLand Commerci
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Sudhan P.
2018-05-18 20:00:10
The Singapore Stock Market Today: Hyphens Pharma International Limited Goes Public
Here are three things about the local stock market that you might be interested in today. 1. The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) ended Friday down 0.2%, or 7.5 points, to 3,529.27. The biggest loser in the index was Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings Ltd (SGX: BS6), falling 4.5% to S$1.06. On the other hand, the STI component that gained the most was Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L). The firm’s shares rose 3.8% to S$11.56. Other big gainers in the index were Venture Corporation Ltd (SGX: V03), Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited (SGX: J36) and Wilmar International Limited (SGX: F34). In all, seven stocks ended the day in the green, 17 were in the red while the remaining six finished unchanged. 2. Singapore Airlines Ltd is looking to merge SilkAir, its regional wing, into Singapore’s flag
Lim Si Jie
2018-05-15 10:17:21
Sell In May And Go Away?
The general consensus in the market is to ‘Sell In May And Go Away’. While DBS does not think that the stock market is going down in 2018 (having just raised its year-end estimate of STI to 3,850), DBS thinks that the near-term performance of the Singapore market might take a slight dip. With the World Cup coming up in a month’s time, it could be a time for investors to look for a break in the month of May. Historically, the Straits Times Index fell by an average of 8.6 percent during the past six tournaments as trading activity starts to slow in May. Based on past statistics, the best market re-entry time is in the beginning of July, if history repeats. Investors Takeaway: 3 Stock Strategies To Recalibrate Your Portfolio Ahead Of FIFA World Cup Mid-To-Late-Cycle Plays As Singapo
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David Kuo
2018-05-14 11:31:36
The Week Ahead: Singtel Calling
We are now at the tail end of the quarterly earnings season, with just a handful of Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) left to report this week. Golden Agri-Resources (SGX: E5H) will step into the spotlight on Tuesday. The company fell into the red in February on lower production volume and a fall in crude palm-oil prices. The palm-oil farmer also wrote off assets in China, following the sale of its oilseed crushing and vegetable oil refining business. Singapore’s largest telecom company, Singtel (SGX: Z74) will report full-year earnings on Thursday. In the third quarter, Singtel was affected by reduced revenues, higher financing costs and lower contributions from associated companies. Thai Beverage (SGX: Y92) is expected to step up to the rostrum on Friday with first-half numbers. In t
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David Kuo
2018-05-10 12:22:37
How Good Is Singapore Airlines?
Warren Buffett’s dislike of the airlines business is legendary. But the Sage of Omaha has recently changed his tune, significantly. He now believes that today’s carriers are less likely to go bankrupt. He thinks that conditions for airlines are so different today that he has even invested in several US carriers. He has put billions into a quartet of US carriers. They are United, American, Southwest and Delta. So, what’s changed? In one sense, nothing much has changed. Airlines still face the same risks as before. They still have high operational gearing. Aircraft are still very expensive pieces of equipment to buy. And external events can still hamper their businesses…. …. it only takes a volcano to erupt in a remote part of the world to send flight schedules into disarray and co
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David Kuo
2018-05-04 11:09:49
The Week Ahead: Can OCBC Complete A Banking Hattrick?
With more than two-thirds of the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) having reported, the first-quarter earnings season will enter the home straight next week. Genting Singapore (SGX: G13) will be the first blue chip to report next week. In February, the integrated resorts owner lifted its dividends, even though earnings fell 17%. It said that it had seen a stronger underlying performance from the leisure and hospitality segment, thanks to higher business volume. Singapore’s second-largest bank, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (SGX: O39), will also report on Monday. The bank soundly beat analyst estimates in the fourth quarter, when it posted a 31% jump in net profits. It said it had seen sustained growth momentum in banking, wealth management and insurance. But will it be able to compl
Ernest Lim's Investing Blog
2018-05-01 12:14:23
Sunningdale trades at 8.3x FY18F PE; 0.66x P/BV and 5.5% FY18F div yield (30 Apr 18)
Sunningdale has plunged 46% in less than half a year, from an intraday high of $2.40 on 6 Nov 2017 to close $1.30 on 30 Apr 2018. What happened? Is Sunningdale a “goner”?   Some reasons for Sunningdale’s decline Sunningdale’s share price decline may be attributed to some of the reasons below: a) Sentiment on tech sector has soured Sentiment has soured on the tech sector primarily due to downbeat results or / and guidance from tech companies such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd, SK Hynix. Secondly, there are rising fears of increasing regulation measures on the tech sector. Both factors have cast a pallor over tech companies. For example, Venture, Hi-P, Valuetronics have also seen selling pressure in their share prices, especially in April. b) Sunningdale’s 1QFY18
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Lawrence Nga
2018-04-26 11:07:16
Institutional Investors Have Been Selling These 3 Stocks
There are many ways to find investment ideas. Some useful ways are to screen for stocks or to look at a list of stocks near their 52-week lows to sieve out potential bargains. Studying what institutional investors have been buying or selling is another avenue. Institutional investors are typically large investment organisations, such as hedge funds, mutual funds, unit trust companies, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies and so on. These investors tend to possess vastly greater resources than individual investors like you and me when researching stocks. Hence, it may be useful to keep a close eye on what they are doing, as a way to generate ideas. In this article, I will look at three Singapore stocks that have seen the highest net sales in dollar value by institutional investors fo
Dinesh Dayani
2018-04-17 10:33:35
CEO Salaries: Here’s How Much The Biggest Listed Companies in Singapore Paid Their CEOs In FY2017
Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) are the people that run companies, make critical operational decisions that impact everything from employee morale to balance sheet health to futures business direction. This job usually comes with immense pressure to perform and long-hours to get the work done. Obviously, this job is not for the faint-hearted. This also often means that they are the most handsomely paid employee in the company. In this article, we look at how much the biggest listed companies in Singapore, those on the Straits Times Index (STI), paid their CEOs in FY2017. CEO Salary In FY2017 Three companies did not divulge the remuneration of their chief executive – Jardine Matheson Holdings; Jardine Strategic Holdings; and Hongkong Land. Also Read: How Much Money Do You Actually Take
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Sudhan P.
2018-04-11 18:07:52
3 Things You Need to Know About the Singapore Stock Market Today
Here are three things about the local stock market that you might be interested in today. 1. The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) ended the day at 3,479.8 points, gaining 0.4% or 13.4 points. Of the 30 index components, the biggest winner was CapitaLand Limited (SGX: C31). The property giant’s shares rose 1.7% to S$3.69. After the market closed, the group announced that it has established a wholly-owned subsidiary, CLC Investment Six Pte Ltd, for investment holding. On the other hand, the biggest loser of the index was Golden Agri-Resources Ltd (SGX: E5H); its shares tumbled 1.4% to S$0.345. 2. Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68) (SGX) updated the market today that it will make available new India equity derivative products in June this year to “provide market participants with conti

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