SGX Listed Stock

MINDCHAMPS PRESCHOOL LIMITED (CNE.SI)


SGD 0.760
0.000 / 0.00%
Share Price as of: 2018-01-19 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1EA6000002
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Discretionary / Consumer Services / Diversified Consumer Services


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Sudhan P.
2018-01-15 10:52:24
A Deeper Look at Singapore Press Holdings Limited’s Latest Earnings
Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39) is Asia’s leading media organisation with three business segments – Media, Property and Others. It also has a 26.84% stake in newly-listed education company, MindChamps PreSchool Ltd (SGX: CNE). Last Friday, the media giant announced its financial results for the first quarter ended 30 November 2017. Here are 10 things investors should know from the earnings announcement: 1. Revenue for the quarter slumped 7% year-on-year to S$258.8 million, mainly due to a decline in sales at the Media segment. 2. Disruption to the industry hampered the Media segment’s revenue as it fell 13.9% year-on-year to S$173.9 million. Advertisement revenue came down 16.7% while circulation revenue sank 7.3% as compared to last year. 3. Revenue from the Property se
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Sudhan P.
2018-01-14 11:19:43
The Singapore Market This Week: Singapore Press Holdings’ Earnings Focus
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) hit a 52-week high of 3,524.65 points on Tuesday before retreating to close at 3,520.56 points for the week. As compared to the previous week, it added 0.9% for the five days. Out of the 30 index constituents, 11 were in the red, with Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39) leading the pack down. For the week, the media giant slumped 4% to S$2.63. Singapore Press Holdings released its financial results for the first quarter ended 30 November 2017 after market close on Friday. It reported a revenue fall of 7% year-on-year to S$258.8 million but a net profit improvement of 32.1% to S$60.4 million. The bottom line was buoyed mainly by gains from the listing of an associate and gains on divestment. MindChamps PreSchool Ltd (SGX: CNE), an associate that
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Sudhan P.
2018-01-10 15:20:27
How Can Investors Partake in Vietnam’s Growth Without Buying Shares in the Country?
Vietnam is one of the chief investment destinations in Southeast Asia. With the advantages of a strategic location, stable gross domestic product growth, and competitive labour costs, the country attracts a significant amount of investment capital every year. So, it was not surprising that in 2017, several Singapore-listed companies either expanded their presence in, or set up shop in, Vietnam. Investors who wish to have an exposure to the country – one of the fastest growing economies in the world – can look to the aforementioned companies, without having to go through the trouble of finding Vietnam stocks to invest in. One example is Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92). Last month, an indirect-associate of Thai Beverage, Vietnam Beverage, won a bid to buy a 53.6% stake in
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Sim Kang Heong
2017-12-24 13:02:32
4 Stocks This Week (Hotels, Restaurants and Leisure) [22 Dec 2017] – Genting Singapore, Shangri-La Asia, Mandarin Oriental International, BreadTalk
Market Outlook The Straits Times Index (STI) closed this week at 3382 points, or about 17.4% higher than it was at the end of 2016. This is its strongest annual price performance for the STI in five years, when it gained 19.7% in 2012. The STI also boasts one of the region’s highest dividend yields, with  year-to-date distributions in 2017 bumping up STI’s total return to above 22%. For reference, STI’s annual price performance for 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013 were -0.07%, -14.34%, 6.24% and 0.01% respectively. Read Also: 5 Things You Need To Know To Gain Exposure To The STI The Hotel, Restaurant And Leisure Industry SGX classifies the Hotels, Restaurant and Leisure industry as part of the Consumer Discretionary Sector. In 2017, the industry continued to expand through new listings
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Sudhan P.
2017-12-23 13:41:44
The Singapore Market This Week: Thai Beverage Public Company Limited Leads the Pack Lower
The Straits Times Index pared 0.9% to end at 3,385.71 points for the week. Out of the 30 index components, 15 were in the negative territory, 11 were in the positive while the rest were flat. Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92) was the biggest loser of the index, slumping 6.2% to S$0.91. Vietnam Beverage, which is 49% owned by Thai Beverage, won a bid to buy over a 53.6% stake in Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage Joint Stock Corp (Sabeco), a state-owned Vietnamese brewer, for around 109.97 trillion Vietnamese dong (S$6.5 billion). Sabeco, which has the largest market share in Vietnam’s beer sector, owns famous brands like Saigon Beer and 333 Beer. The country is the biggest beer market in the Southeast Asian region and the 3rd largest in Asia, after China and Japan. The acquisitio
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Alan Luo
2017-12-19 08:25:02
SG Market (19 Dec 17)
MARKET OVERVIEW- Risk-on mood could spill over to the SG market, on optimism that the US tax bill could be passed in the near term.- Technically, the STI sees downside support at 3,390, with upside resistance at 3,475.SECTOR WATCH*Aviation- Singapore Changi Airport welcomed a record 60m passengers ytd, surpassing 2016's 58.7m.- This would be positive for airport operator SATS.POSITIVE NEWS*Keppel Corp- Acquiring two prime sites (13ha & 6ha) in Ho Chi Minh City to build 1,549 homes with total development cost of US$297m.- One 13-ha site in the city south will be developed into 220 landed homes and a 1.029-unit condominium with GFA of 36,110 sqm and 141,540 sqm respectively and will cost US$235m.- The other 6-ha plot located in District 9 will have 300 homes with GFA of 55,000 sqm, costing U
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Don Low
2017-12-14 11:02:05
SI Research: Singapore Exchange – The Undervalued World Class Stock Exchange
Yes, the enbloc fever is back in Singapore, and so is the “IPO fever”! Just last month, in November alone, there were five additions to the local stock market! The slew of the latest IPOs paints a good picture of the current sentiments: Early childhood educator MindChamps Preschool was 21.4 times oversubscribed with its share price closing 7.2 percent above its debut price. Meanwhile, the public offer for RE&S Holdings was 37.8 times oversubscribed and the Japanese food and beverage concept operator and owner saw its shares pop 61.4 percent above its IPO price on debut day. Generally speaking, for more companies to IPO this year, the companies themselves must feel that they are able to draw on stronger investors’ interest. In all, the 19 IPOs in the first 11 months this year have
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Alan Luo
2017-12-12 08:30:47
SG Market (12 Dec 17)
MARKET OVERVIEW- Market might take cue from fresh record gains on Wall Street as investors position in banks ahead of the impending Fed rate hike tomorrow.- Technically, the next resistance for the STI is at 3,550, with 3,390 as the underlying support.POSITIVE NEWS*Keppel Corp- Secured projects from repeat customers, Petrobras and SOFEC, worth a combined value of $130m.- Works include installation of equipment and cables for the hull of FPSO P-69, as well as fabrication of a turret mooring system for a newbuild FLNG vessel.- Last traded at 15.9x forward P/E.*China Everbright Water- Won the bid for the Rmb70m Dezhou waste water pipeline network BOT project in Shandong, China, with concession period of 22 years.- This is the first public-private-partnership project implemented by Lingcheng d
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Ronald K
2017-12-08 09:39:19
MindChamps - Where Are The Buyers?
MindChamps, a stock which I had been watching for almost 2 weeks really got disappointing. It was heavily eaten up for the first 2 days after it debut it's trading and thereafter, the buying interested diminished tremendously. I checked the buyers for the break out and it was Merrill Lynch which got hold of a big bulk but since then there were no more supports and the stock kept drifting away and hit a all time low, a low that was below the buy price of Merrill Lynch.I will still monitor this counter but I need to see some evidence of the BBs wanting to support this counter before taking a long position. Unfortunately, there is no way one can short this counter as there are no scripts so I think patience to wait out for quality buyers is the key for this stock now.Ronald K - Market Psycho
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Sudhan P.
2017-12-07 09:33:10
How Does Singapore Press Holdings Limited Make Money?
It is important to know what a particular company does and how it makes money before investing in it. Investing in a business without such knowledge is akin to travelling to an unknown territory without a map. On that note, let’s check out what business Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39) is involved in and how it generates its revenue. Singapore Press Holdings Limited is Asia’s leading media organisation. It also has a 26.84% stake in newly-listed education company, MindChamps PreSchool Ltd (SGX: CNE). Let’s take a look at the table below for the revenue contribution of the segments for the financial year ended 31 August 2017 (FY2017): Source: Singapore Press Holdings Limited Annual Report 2017 The Media segment, which brought in the bulk of total revenue, is invol
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Sudhan P.
2017-12-07 09:27:52
A Quick Look at the 5 Initial Public Offerings in November 2017
There were 19 initial public offerings (IPOs) over the past 11 months of 2017, according to a recent report by Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68). The average price gain of the 19 stocks was 45%, and the median increase was 3.7%. Out of the 19, there were five that debuted on the stock exchange in November, the highest monthly figure so far this year. Let’s take a look at them here (last done price as of 30 November 2017). 1. Keppel-KBS US REIT (SGX: CMOU) debuted on 9 November 2017 at an IPO price of US$0.88. The real estate investment trust (REIT) had an initial portfolio of 11 commercial assets across seven major US cities. In terms of geography, Seattle contributes the highest rental income at 32% while Houston comes in second with 21%. 2. RE&S Holdings Ltd (SGX: 1G1), a c
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Sim Kang Heong
2017-12-03 11:50:53
4 Stocks This Week (IPOs) [1 Dec 2017] – MindChamps, No Signboard Seafood, Cromwell REIT, RE&S Holdings
Singapore IPO Market for 2017 Since the start of the year, there have been 19 Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Together, these IPOs have raised a total of S$4.6 billion, which is double of the S$2.3 billion raised by 16 IPOs in the whole of 2016. This is a positive sign and a reversal from the trend observed last year where the value of delistings exceeded the value of new floats on SGX. Of the 19 IPOs so far this year, seven were listings on the Mainboard and 12 were Catalist listings. The seven Mainboard stocks have averaged a 6% price gain from IPO prices. The average price gain of the Catalist stocks of 68% from initial offer prices is skewed by the outlier performance of stocks like Samurai 2k Aerosol (which gained 470%), UnUsUaL (which gained 278%) and
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Chin Hui Leong
2017-11-28 15:07:55
MindChamps PreSchool Ltd’s IPO: 3 Important Diagrams to Understand the Company’s Competitive Landscape
Shares of MindChamps PreSchool Ltd (SGX: CNE) started trading last Friday. The company had filed its initial public offering (IPO) prospectus a week prior to its public debut. At the time of the filing, MindChamps PreSchool had a network of 54 centres. 10 centres are owned and operated by the company itself, while another 44 are owned and operated by franchisees. As part of the IPO, MindChamps PreSchool commissioned Converging Knowledge Partners to prepare a report on the early childhood education industry in Singapore. The assessment provided insight on the industry’s competitive landscape for Singapore. 1. Competition comes in many shapes and sizes The early childhood education scene in Singapore is pretty diverse. There are five categories in total: public, anc
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Tom Tom Tom
2017-11-28 06:54:11
MINDCHAMPS STOCK: OF FOCUS
Dear readers, you would have agreed with me that MindChamps stock which recently made its debut on the SGX amidst a much oversubscription has performed well. Yesterday, MindChamps stock closed at $0.96 per share which is $0.13 (or 15.66%) above its IPO per share of $0.83 per share. I believe investors who are invested into MindChamps did so for a couple of reasons like the MindChamps brand name, the growth prospects of private early childhood education in Singapore and the fact that SPH, a Temasek-linked company has a stake in MindChamps. MindChamps owns, operates and franchises infant care centres, pre-schools, enrichment centres as part of its business. Read more »
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Chin Hui Leong
2017-11-27 16:54:44
MindChamps PreSchool Limited IPO: The Weekend Round-Up Plus 1 Bonus Item That You Need to Know
Shares of MindChamps PreSchool Limited (SGX: CNE) started trading on Friday. The company filed its initial public offering (IPO) prospectus a week before its public debut. At the time of the filing, MindChamps PreSchool had a network of 54 centres. 10 centres are owned and operated by the company itself, while another 44 are owned and operated by franchisees. Here’s what we have learned so far: 1. The basic overview Learn more about the history of MindChamps, its founder, and how many shares went on sale. We also learnt that Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39) increased its stake to 26.84% prior to the IPO. The stake will be around 20% after the IPO. 2. How it makes money As Foolish investors, we should always start with the most basic question: How does the company make
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Chin Hui Leong
2017-11-27 11:58:31
MindChamps PreSchool Ltd’s IPO: 3 Big Trends Investors Should Know
Shares of MindChamps PreSchool Ltd (SGX: CNE) started trading last Friday. The company had filed its initial public offering (IPO) prospectus a week prior to its public debut. At the time of the filing, MindChamps PreSchool had a network of 54 centres. 10 centres are owned and operated by the company itself, while another 44 are owned and operated by franchisees. As part of the IPO, MindChamps PreSchool commissioned Converging Knowledge Partners to prepare a report on the early childhood education industry in Singapore. The assessment provided insight on why the industry is growing. 1. The female labour participation rate is rising According to the report, the percentage of married females who are working has increased from 60.7% in 2012 to 63.6% in 2016. For a summary: Source: Min
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Ronald K
2017-11-27 11:21:51
Market Outlook Today - Top 30 Volume Stocks
The market seemed slow today with some stocks moving while others taking a small breather. Cosco was one of the hottest stock today where it reached a high of 0.56 before taking a simmer towards the 0.535 level. There was so much buying earlier in the morning but it was fizzled out with more sellers looking to lock in profits. Mindchamps, another stock also ran earlier and this was one strong stock that you seldom see sellers. The buyers were constantly moving up the price and there wasn't much profit taking at all. Other than that, the Top Volume consist of other penny stocks trying to run a little and suddenly all were taking a small break. I am not sure what the market will do later but let's see how it pans out later.Ronald K - Market Psychologist - A Stock Market Opportunist
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Chin Hui Leong
2017-11-27 10:32:47
MindChamps PreSchool Limited’s IPO: 4 Risk Factors Investors Need to Know
Shares of MindChamps PreSchool Limited (SGX: CNE) started trading on Friday. MindChamps PreSchool has a network of 54 centres. 10 centres are owned and operated by the company itself, while another 44 are owned and operated by franchisees. There is much more we can learn about the company when we go through its initial public offering (IPO) prospectus. In our previous article, we learned how MindChamps PreSchool earns its revenue. Then, we gazed into the future and looked at its potential growth factors. Like any other IPO, companies are required to outline the risks that could impact their businesses. After all, managing risk is part and parcel of investing.  As such, we will spend some time today to look at potential risks. 1. A limited talent pool MindChamps PreSchool relies on it
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Tom Tom Tom
2017-11-25 08:19:20
CROMWELL REIT OR NO SIGNBOARD IPO?
Dear readers, CROMWELL REIT and NO SIGNBOARD IPO are currently having their IPO (just as how MindChamps and RES have their IPOs last week). Among these two IPOs, which one should investors choose? While I am not in the position to influence your choice of IPOs, and I do not wish to have this article influence the way you invest; I would just want to share my thinking of these two IPOs. For CROMWELL REIT, the background is now quite clear. This is an attempt once again for CROMWELL REIT as it exclude some assets like Polish assets from its portfolio of its first attempted listing some time back. CROMWELL REIT is a REIT portfolio with a diversified pan-European portfolio. Read more »





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