SGX Listed Stock


SGD 10.770
0.000 / 0.00%
Share Price as of: 2018-04-23 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1V61937297
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Transportation / Airlines

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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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Donovan Norfolk Ang
2018-04-16 13:01:37
Simultaneous Longs and Shorts Operations: CSE_Global Long coupled with Singapore Airlines Short: 16 April 2018, Monday, 1.01pm Singapore Time
Simultaneous Longs and Shorts Operations: CSE_Global Long coupled with Singapore Airlines Short: 16 April 2018, Monday, 1.01pm Singapore Time(Click on Technical Charts above to Expand)Attached above are the Technicals of CSE Global and Singapore Airlines (SIA). I am conducting simultaneous longs and shorts operations -- Longs on CSE Global @0.415/0.420 and Shorts on Singapore Airlines (SIA) @10.730 concurrently. SIA Shorts being a hedge for CSE Longs in the equities market. Donovan Norfolk Ang
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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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Lawrence Nga
2018-04-03 11:16:09
SIA Engineering Company Ltd’s Stock Is Near A 52-Week Low Now: Is It A Bargain?
SIA Engineering Company Ltd (SGX: S59), which is one of the subsidiaries of Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L), provides aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services to over 80 international airlines around the world. SIA Engineering’s current stock price of S$3.18 is just 3.2% higher than a 52-week low of S$3.18. This may raise a question among investors: Is the company a bargain now? Unfortunately, there is no easy answer. But, we can still get some insight by comparing SIA Engineering’s current valuations with the market’s. The three valuation metrics I will focus on are the price-to-book (PB) ratio, price-to-earnings (PE) ratio, and dividend yield. I will be using the SPDR STI ETF (SGX: ES3) as a proxy for the market; the SPDR STI ETF is an exchange-traded fund that trac
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Donovan Norfolk Ang
2018-03-29 01:00:25
Funds Flow Analysis of Singapore Airlines: 29 March 2018, Thursday, 1.00am Singapore Time
Funds Flow Analysis of Singapore Airlines: 29 March 2018, Thursday, 1.00am Singapore Time(Click on FFA Chart above to Expand)Attached above is the Funds Flow Analysis of Singapore Airlines (SIA). It has broken down symmetrical triangle and this could be expected beforehand since SIA had been a sellers' market since 2016 when oil prices started to bottom and go higher. High oil prices is generally not good for the airlines industry and certainly this could be seen in the funds flow on SIA. The technical breakdown of the symmetrical triangle does not bode well for the stock price.Donovan Norfolk Ang
Timothy Ho
2018-03-22 16:01:55
5 Types Of Co-Branded Credit Cards In Singapore
Credit cards have become increasingly popular in Singapore. In our push to transform our nation into a cashless society, credit card companies are finding ways to grow their market share, and to retain a place in our wallets. One way to get new customers to sign up and use their credit cards is to launch co-branded cards. What Are Co-Branded Credit Cards? Think of popular credit cards that you see in Singapore that include not just the name of the credit card companies which issued them, but also a popular retailer that you would frequently buy a product or service from. For example, one the most popular co-branded credit card in Singapore would be the American Express Singapore Airline KrisFlyer Card. As you can observe from the name of the card itself, the credit card is issued by Americ
Lim Si Jie
2018-03-13 11:40:47
Bargain Hunting Blue Chips – With Technical And Fundamental Analysis
If you are worried about a possible market crash, here is DBS advice for you: Opportunity, not calamity. DBS believes that the recent market correction is an opportunity to bargain hunt as the market takes a breather. According to DBS’ estimates, the earnings growth trend seems to be on an accelerated trend. Earnings revisions have been positive with an expected one percent improvement in FY18. This should build a strong case for the bull run to continue despite the recent market correction. Investors Takeaway: Bargain Hunting Blue Chips With Technical And Fundamental Analysis With Technical Analysis So, what should investors look out for and how should we filter for bargain stocks? DBS came up with six filter criteria that will help investors’ bargain hunting. These filter criteria in
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David Kuo
2018-02-11 15:44:01
The Week Ahead: Can UOB And OCBC Deliver?
It should be another action-packed week for earnings, ahead of Chinese New Year on Friday. SATS (SGX: S58) will kick off proceedings on Wednesday. The airport-services company’s second-quarter numbers were bolstered by gains from the disposal of assets. Without the benefit of the gains, the underlying profits had still improved, though revenues dipped 0.8%. Transport company, ComfortDelGro (SGX: C52), is set to report full-year numbers on Tuesday, too. In November, it said net earnings fell 8%, while revenues slipped 2%. The bulk of the fall was caused by competition at its Singapore tax division, which the company hopes to address by forming an alliance with Uber. The Competition Commission of Singapore is expected to rule on the deal by the end of the month. Singapore Airlines (SGX:
SG ThumbTack Investor
2018-01-28 22:03:36
Experts In WEF Davos + Updates On Shinsho Corporation
I’ve been getting myself updated with the views (At least, the publicly stated ones) of experts attending the World Economic Forum in Davos. Not sure why it’s always held there. It looks terribly cold. How to think? LOL. Several years ago, I was stuck in Switzerland for an entire month, and I used that time to travel around the entire Switzerland, yet I never thought of going near Davos. It’s just so… isolated. How did I get stuck in Switzerland? I was in Geneva for a conference. Around that time, an Icelandic volcano erupted, and the ash cloud drifted south towards Europe. Literally on the last day of the conference, while I was on the way to the airport to go onwards to US, the cloud reached Switzerland and all flights were grounded. Check this out. Have you ever
Chan Yan Chong
2018-01-24 10:40:22
Dr Chan: Stocks To Watch In A Bull Run
It was nothing short of a bull market since the start of 2018 with the US market jumping higher and higher. The three major US indices kept on creating record highs as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) hurdled past the psychological 25,000-mark, which was a dream level especially when the US bull market has been surging for the past nine years. DJIA first went past 25,000 points on 4 January 2018 when US President Donald Trump became an analyst himself by predicting that the index could surge by another 20 percent to reach 30,000 points! How many world leaders would make such a statement? Trump has made himself synonymous with the stock market, and that means stocks would go even higher! During the one-year period from 8 November 2016 to 8 November 2017, when Trump was the US Preside
Lim Si Jie
2018-01-24 10:32:05
Big Ticket Picks For Alpha Returns (Part 1)
If you are looking for some alpha performance this year, then here are four alpha picks from UOB-Kay Hian (UOBKH) you cannot miss. Investors Takeaway: UOBKH’s Four SG Alpha Picks For 2018 City Developments City Developments is UOBKH’s top pick to ride on the Singapore residential recovery. City Development has more than 40 percent of its assets in residential properties. Right now, City Developments has the largest residential landbank of 2,090 attributable units. Another possible catalyst is the rotational interest following Global Logistic Properties’ (GLP) privatisation. Upon GLP’s privatisation, City Developments could see its standing in the STI raised. BUY, TP $14.03 (Current share price: $13.29) CDL Hospitality Trusts Recovery in corporate travel, Chinese visitor grow
Towards Financial Freedom (SGX)
2016-05-18 10:31:56
DBS Equity Research: Wired Daily 17 May 2016
Croesus Retail Trust - Ready to fly Genting Singapore - Still yet to fully turnaround China Everbright Water - Q1 results distorted by VAT mm2 Asia - acquires distribution rights for 19 movies in Singapore and Malaysia SIA – April 2016 operating results Trendlines Group - launches ADR program Ntegrator – clinches five contracts worth S$11m in Singapore and Vietnam April new private home sales down 11.6% US stocks rallied, led by energy shares Stocks to Watch Croesus Retail Trust (CRT SP): BUY Last Traded Price: S$0.83; Price Target: S$0.90 (Upside 8%) (Prev S$0.86) Ready to fly • Acquires three Japan retail malls on NPI yield of 7.1% • 3% uplift to our FY17F DPU but 9% dilution to FY16F DPU due to recent equity placement • 3Q16 DPU of 1.86 Scts (+3% y-o-y) in line with exp
Towards Financial Freedom (SGX)
2016-05-18 10:28:18
DBS Equity Research: Wired Daily 18 May 2016
STI – 2700-2836 view unchanged, 2685 crucial supportAsean Telecom Sector - Spotting winners & losersStarHub - Limited downside riskSingapore Airlines - Portfolio strategy paying offST Engineering - Orderbook remains robustThai Beverage - Runaway performance on Beer’s showingBumitama Agri - Organic and inorganic growthsFirst Resources - Lower yields, lower prices, low-margin downstreamNam Cheong Ltd - Dry spell vaporises revenue visibilityMermaid Maritime - Earnings under pressureEu Yan Sang - Consortium launches privatisation bidVallianz - Contract wins worth up to US$210mDarco Water – secured S$11.5m wastewater treatment projects in Chin and MalaysiaCharisma Energy Services – acquired power plant in ChinaMarch Singapore retail sales +5.1 y-o-yMarketSTI – 2700-2836 view uncha
iMoney - Share Trading
2015-05-13 12:03:22
How to pick stocks: Economic Moats [Guest Post]
How to know what companies to invest in? This is a question many people will ask. When choosing which companies to buy, we need to know their competitive advantage against other companies. Investopedia defines economic moats as: "The competitive advantage that one company has over other companies in the same industry. This term was coined by renowned investor Warren Buffett." An economic moat is like a company building a fortress. By having a competitive advantage, firms can continue to have profits in the long run. As a shareholder of a company, you'll also want the company to continue generating profits and cash flow. In this way, the share price can continue rising and dividends will also increase with it. Category of Industry Competition In economics class, we learn that there are bas

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