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SGD 0.710
+0.020 / +2.90%
Share Price as of: 2018-07-16 12:29
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1EA6000002
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Discretionary / Consumer Services / Diversified Consumer Services

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The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-06-25 16:16:52
3 Things To Know About Mindchamps Preschool Ltd
Listed less than a year ago, MindChamps Preschool Ltd (SGX: CNE) operates and franchises preschool, and reading and writing centres. However, since its listing, market participants have not taken so fondly to the stock, beating it down 12% from its initial public offering price of S$0.82 to S$0.72. Potential investors might be interested in taking a look at MindChamps following the share price decline. Therefore, here are three things to take note about its business and growth prospects. Market leader in premium preschool centres in Singapore MindChamp’s classes revolve around neuroscientist Professor Emeritus Allan Snyder’s empirical research on the three minds model of education: the champion mind, the creative mind, and the learning mind. It currently is the market leader in premium
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-06-23 16:37:16
What Investors Need to Know About Mindchamps Preschool Ltd’s Q1 2018 Results
Listed in late 2017, Mindchamps Preschool Ltd (SGX:CNE) operates premium preschool centres in Singapore. Its classes revolve around neuroscientist Professor Emeritus Allan Snyder’s research on the three minds model of education: the champion mind, the creative mind, and the learning mind. Recently, the group announced its financial results for the first quarter of 2018. Here are some key takeaways: 1. Revenue for the reporting period surged 36% to S$6 million from S$4.4 million. Gross profit, likewise, increased by 31% to S$3.4 million. 2. The revenue growth was largely due to an increase in the number of enrolled students following the acquisition of four preschool centres in Sydney, Australia, in November 2017. 3. However, despite the strong top line numbers, operating profit fell 18%
Lim Si Jie
2018-06-04 12:22:05
3 Local Small Caps For Growth Seekers
Getting it right with small-cap stocks is both an art and science. Investors also need some experience to be able to filter out value traps. We highlight the top three small-cap stocks that are highly recommended by analysts, which you should be keeping a lookout for in the coming months if you want to get the right small cap stocks in your portfolio. Investors Takeaway: 3 Local Small Caps For Growth Seekers Singapore Medical Group Singapore Medical Group has been venturing overseas and expanding its local presence in the past few years. According to UOBKH, these ventures and expansions are starting to bear fruits for Singapore Medical Group. For example, the acquired eye clinic in Jakarta is now showing signs of growth and profitability since its opening. UOBKH also notes that Singapor
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Alan Luo
2018-06-04 08:28:15
SG Market (04 Jun 18)
MARKET OVERVIEW- Market sentiment is expected to remain fragile as trade war concerns may cast a shadow on risk appetite with US heading for a showdown at a G-7 summit and China warning that it will withdraw its trade commitments if US goes ahead with tariffs.- Technically, the grossly oversold STI could find support near the 200-dma at 3,423, with next line of denfence at 3,340. Immediate resistance lies at 3,510.POSITIVE NEWS*Perennial Real Estate- Perennial International Health and Medical Hub in Chengdu, China, has commenced operations, with 90% committed occupancy. - The one-stop medical, healthcare and retail integrated projects part of the Chengdu East HSR Integrated Development and spans over 280,000 sqm with more than half anchored by seven local and international medical tenants.
Annie Lim
2018-05-14 15:25:54
3 Stocks Driving Growth Through Overseas Expansion
“Never put all your eggs in one basket”. An age-old advice that we often hear. However, for companies, should we also look for businesses with diversified asset base? Actually, more often than not, companies diversify due to growth-driven purposes. For investors though, it also helps to reduce the geographic risks we are exposed to. Here are 3 companies driving growth through overseas expansion. Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust (MGCCT) Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust (MGCCT) has revealed its FY18 results which were largely in-line with analysts’ expectations. Gross revenue fell by 5.5 percent year on year to $89.6 million, with the drop largely due to “reversal in Value Added Tax payable for Gateway Plaza” and weaker exchange rate of Hong Kong Dollar agains
Joey Ho
2018-05-09 10:56:43
SI Research: MindChamps PreSchool – Five Months Post-IPO
Good education could change a life or even transform an entire country. An excellent example would be Singapore’s economic growth and development since 1965. The country’s success was strongly attributed to the technological literacy of the citizens, which was achieved largely through its educational system. As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest,” and Singapore parents are very well aware of this. Last year, a survey by HSBC showed that Singapore parents spend an average of $96,000 on their children’s education, ranking third globally. The fact that a quality pre-school education helps to build sound foundations coupled with Singapore parents’ strong commitment towards their children’s education, certainly bode well for pre-school
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Alan Luo
2018-05-08 09:01:54
SG Market (08 May 18)
MARKET OVERVIEW- The market is exhibiting some technical weakness and could continue to drift downwards amid an uninspiring 1Q corporate results season so far. - With crude staying above US$70/bbl, oil-linked counters may be in focus as investors weigh the repercussions of US exiting the Iran nuclear deal.- Technically, the MACD on the STI is exhibiting a bearish crossover, suggesting some near term weakness. Immediate support for the key index lies at 3,500 with topside resistance at 3,640.CORPORATE RESULTS*Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust- 2QFY18 DPU grew 3.4% to 1.81c (+3.4%), in tandem with estimates and distributable income of A$25.9m (+3.2%) and a higher hedged exchange rate- Gross revenue and NPI climbed 6.4% and 8.1% respectively to A$43.6m and A$33.4m on additional contributio
Investment Moats
2018-05-08 02:49:43
Valuing Singapore Press Holdings: Sum of the Parts Valuation Case Study
Singapore Press Holding is changing. Whether it is actions lead by new CEO Ng Yat Chung or previous management, the approach now seem to be morphing it into more of a property based business. I thought why not take this opportunity to take stock whether there is some value in SPH. So I will try to value SPH, and if you wish to learn, I hope this article helps. SPH just announced their 2nd Quarter Results so lets take a look. Before we start, its good to pick out the following figures, as we will need to reference them often. Majority of the figures can be obtained through the annual report, quarterly financial statements, or main stock websites. SPH Current Share Price: $2.69 Ticker: T39 on SGX 52 Week Low to High Price: $2.41 to $3.35 Last Annual Dividend Distribution: $0.15 (Dividend per
Sim Kang Heong
2018-04-01 15:32:58
4 Stocks This Week (New Listings) [29 Mar 2018] – Memories, LY Corp, Sasseur REIT, Ayondo
While delistings on stock markets is routine and doesn’t necessarily bode disaster, its not hard to imagine that SGX would like to reduce the scale of delistings on the Singapore market, and counteract with new listings. Delistings have outpaced listings on SGX in five of the past eight years. In 2017, there were a total of 29 delistings from SGX, contrasted by 20 new listings. Part of SGX’s strategy to grow the local equities market is to pursue the Technology sector by making it a more attractive place for technology companies to list. Last year, SGX began floating a proposal to allow dual-class shares, which is a structure that is quite fashionable in Silicon Valley and has been growing in popularity elsewhere. In this instalment of 4 Stocks This Week, we will look at four new list

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