SGX Listed Stock

DBS GROUP HOLDINGS LTD (SGX:D05)


SGD 28.930
-0.020 / -0.07%
Share Price as of: 2018-05-25 16:33
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1L01001701
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Banks / Banks


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The Fifth Person
Kenny Quek
2018-05-24 12:45:56
8 things I learned the 2018 DBS AGM
DBS Group is a leading financial services group in Asia, with over 280 branches across 18 markets. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, the bank has a growing presence in three key Asian markets: Greater China, Southeast Asia and South Asia. As of 31 December 2017, DBS has total assets of $518 billion. Recently, DBS has strived to position itself as the Digital Bank of Singapore – a play on its original name Development Bank of Singapore. However, not only are banks getting smarter through digital transformation; its customers are also getting smarter too. They buy one lot of shares and wait eagerly each year to voice their grievances at the annual general meeting. This year at DBS’s 2018 AGM, I heard complaints from one shareholder about the bank donating money to ‘fake’ charit
PropertyInvestSG
David
2018-05-22 19:51:04
Property news round up 20 May 2018
November launch for first batch of HDB flats in new Tengah estate THE first batch of 1,500 Housing Board flats in the new Tengah estate will be launched in November, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong announced on Sunday. He shared the details in a post on his blog, Housing Matters, where he said that the flats will comprise “a good mix across different flat-types”. Over the next few years, there will be a steady stream of flats in Tengah, which is Singapore’s first new town in more than 20 years since Punggol, he added. When completed, Tengah will grow to about 700 hectares, which is roughly equivalent to Bishan in size, he added. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Will Oxley pull off its property launch blitz? HAVING made a splash overs
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Chan Yan Chong
2018-05-22 11:03:16
Dr Chan: Still Bullish On Financial Stocks
In previous columns, I pointed out that the US-China trade spat has a limited impact on the Singapore stock market in the long term. The initial weakness arising from the trade fallout between the world’s two largest economies was more sentiment-driven, coupled with the fact that stock valuations inflated too quickly during the start of the year. As mentioned, local stocks should find some support during the first quarter earnings season as companies should report rather healthy results. Within market expectations, most companies that have reported their results have fared fairly well in 1Q18. Following the Labour Day holiday, the Straits Times Index rose to a new 10-year record on 2 May 2018. Lifting the index was DBS Group holdings which saw its 1Q earnings smashing records. Taking the
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Lim Si Jie
2018-05-21 17:04:47
1Q18 Banks Scorecard – How Do Our Local Banks Compare?
So, how did the three local banks fare in 1Q18? Investors Takeaway: SG Banks Q1 Report Card 1. DBS Group Holdings – Leading The Race DBS Group Holdings (DBS) kicked off its quarter with a stunning result that beat the market consensus. Net earnings for DBS jumped 21 percent year-on-year and 27 percent sequentially, on the back of margin improvement and growth in its wealth management segment. It was a record quarter for DBS as well. Digitalisation has been and will remain a big focus for DBS in order to extend its customer footprint and enhance its overall efficiencies. DBS’ digital strategy is a step to pre-empt disruption from fintech players while increasing digital-customer stickiness with its products. DBS has been embarking on its mobile-only bank project (DigiBank India and Ind
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-05-19 15:51:57
DBS Group Holdings Ltd vs United Overseas Bank Ltd: Which is the Better Buy? Part I
Local banks performed exceptionally well over the past 12 months. A buoyant local home market, robust regional economic growth, rising interest rates and the rebound of the oil and gas sector have all been catalysts to the improved overall performances of local banks. Unsurprisingly, bank stocks have likewise risen considerably over the past year. With investor sentiment on banks gaining traction, I thought now is the perfect time to compare two prominent banks in Singapore to determine which, at current prices, is the better buy. The two banks in the spotlight are DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05) and United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11). To determine which of these two banks make the better investment, I will compare financial aspects of the banks, as well as, current stock valuations. Wi
Donovan Norfolk Ang's Market Analysis
Donovan Norfolk Ang
2018-05-16 11:31:12
DBS Bank Technical Update: 15 May 2018, Tuesday, 2.45pm Singapore Time
DBS Bank Technical Update: 15 May 2018, Tuesday, 2.45pm Singapore Time(Click on Technical Chart above to Expand)Attached above is the Technicals for DBS Bank. DBS Bank is still doing a final back-test of support before we will never the equity price below $30.00 again. The next short term target is $33.26 based on the impulsive thrust of April 2018. This short term target move towards $33.26 is part of a long term move towards $54.32 -- the first real shot at the long term target price. The second long term target price is $100.00.Past Analyses of DBS Bank(the most insightful and the most in-depth you can ever get):http://donovan-ang.blogspot.sg/search/label/DBSDonovan Norfolk Ang
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Lim Si Jie
2018-05-16 11:24:48
6 Decent-Priced Stocks In Asia’s Best Performing Market
Following a strong performance in the Singapore stock market to date, investors are finding it difficult to look for decent-priced stocks to add to the portfolio. Here, we highlight six of UOBKH’s latest stock pick recommendations for the month of May that are touted to have room for its share price to run. Investors Takeaway: 5 Stocks To Own In The Best Performing Market In Asia CSE Global CSE Global is one of the few qualified system integrators in the region for oil and gas and communication infrastructure industries. With 32 years of track record in a business with high entry barriers, CSE Global has a good competitive advantage over its peers and any potential new entrants. With oil prices on a strong recovery trajectory, UOBKH highlights CSE Global as a good proxy for the recove
PropertyInvestSG
David
2018-05-16 00:14:34
Property news round up 13 May 2018
5 top office Reits deliver minus 3.2% return in 2018 THE five largest office real estate investment trusts (Reits) on the local bourse with assets in Singapore have brought home an average negative total return of 3.2 per cent year-to-date as of May 3. This brings their one-year and three-year total returns to 14.3 per cent and 21.8 per cent respectively. They maintain a 5.6 per cent average distribution yield. The four that have reported their results for the first three months of 2018 averaged a distribution per unit (DPU) of 2.09 Singapore cents, down an average 4.5 per cent from the year-ago period. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Straits Real Estate eyes adaptive China retail STRAITS Real Estate (SRE), a subsidiary of Straits Trading Company (STC), is exploring
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-05-14 10:33:07
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd Starts The Year With a Bang
With banks in Singapore doing tremendously well financially in 2017, plus bank stocks up more than 50% on average over the last one-year period, the spotlight was firmly on them as they released their first quarter results for 2018. DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX:D05) and United Overseas Bank Limited (SGX:U11) had exceptional first quarters as net income and profit for both companies grew at a double-digit pace. Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd (SGX:O39) was the last bank to release its results. Did OCBC match its competitors? In this article, I take a look at 10 important highlights from OCBC’s latest earnings. 1. Total income for the quarter rose 10% to S$2.33 billion from S$2.12 billion. Operating expenses increased 6% to S$1.03 billion. As a result, operating profit grew 13%
AlpacaInvestments
AlpacaInvestments
2018-05-13 10:22:16
MY PORTFOLIO
Updated as at 11/05/18After much consideration, I've decided to reveal the current holdings in my portfolio. My portfolio is a low five-figure sum, which I have accumulated from my savings, National Service allowance and working part-time jobs.I started investing in mid-2015, while I was in National Service. Looking back, mid-2015 was probably the worst time to start, as the markets began to decline due to the sharp fall in oil prices and fears of a hard landing for the Chinese economy. I'd concede that when I first started buying shares, I had close to zero knowledge about doing due diligence. All I did was to base my analysis on P/E or P/B ratios. I definitely wasn't ready, and consequently got badly burnt by the downturn in oil and gas sector. It was a humbling experience to be taught a
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-05-11 10:52:37
Is It a Good Time to Buy Bank Stocks Now?
Banks have certainly done well over the past two years. Favourable macro-economic conditions have led to growth in almost every business segment of the three main banks in Singapore, which are DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05), Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Limited (SGX: O39), and United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11). With net interest margins (the difference between a bank’s cost of capital, and the interest it earns from its loans) expected to rise further, banks are expected to continue to do well in 2018 and beyond. However, the stock prices of the three Singapore banks have also increased dramatically over the last two years. In that period, DBS, OCBC, and UOB have seen their stock prices climb by 97%, 57%, and 67%, respectively. This has certainly made investors think twice about w
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-05-10 11:11:54
3 Positive Trends from DBS Group Holdings Ltd’s 2018 First Quarter Results
Banks in Singapore have seen their businesses perform well over the past two years. This has not gone unnoticed by investors, as the share prices of the banks have risen considerably in the same period. Last week, DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05) reported its results for the first quarter of 2018. As expected, it was a stellar quarter for the bank as it recorded a 16% year-on-year increase in total income and generated a 13% return on equity, the highest in a decade. Besides these strong headline numbers, there are other positive trends in its business that bode well for its future. Here are three that are worth highlighting. Net interest margin growth on track The net interest margin (NIM) is the difference between a bank’s cost of capital and the income it earns from the loans that i
Donovan Norfolk Ang's Market Analysis
Donovan Norfolk Ang
2018-05-10 10:47:37
DBS Bank Technical Update Two: 10 May 2018, Thursday, 10.45pm Singapore Time
DBS Bank Technical Update Two: 10 May 2018, Thursday, 10.45pm Singapore Time(Click on Technical Chart above to Expand)Markets continue to have induced a lot of retailer shorts and retailer sells. Markets are flooded with rampant DBS shorts/sells.A whip on shortists using an abrupt soaring will continue to be brewed nicely. This will be served as a deliciously thick frothy whipped cream. The technicals for DBS remain of bullish bias. Real volatility is towards the upside and not downside.Uptrend strength is intact. More up-moves coming.Yesterday's DBS Technical Update One as attached below:http://donovan-ang.blogspot.sg/2018/05/dbs-bank-technical-update-9-may-2018.htmlDonovan Norfolk Ang
Donovan Norfolk Ang's Market Analysis
Donovan Norfolk Ang
2018-05-09 15:08:44
DBS Bank Technical Update: 9 May 2018, Wednesday, 2.48pm Singapore Time
DBS Bank Technical Update: 9 May 2018, Wednesday, 2.48pm Singapore Time(Click on Technical Chart above to Expand)Markets have induced a lot of retailer sells and retailer shorts. Markets are now flooded with rampant DBS shorts/sells.A whip on them with a violent soar up will be the whipped cream to be served, deliciously creamy. The technicals for DBS remains of strong bullish bias.Uptrend strength is strong and remains strongly intact.Additional Intraday Charts as below:DBS Bank Technical Update: 9 May 2018, Wednesday, 2.48pm Singapore Time(Click on Technical Chart above to Expand)【I'm Rubbing Palms to Kill Short-Sellers: Deliciously Creamy】Donovan Norfolk Ang
Donovan Norfolk Ang's Market Analysis
Donovan Norfolk Ang
2018-05-08 09:36:38
DBS Bank: 8 May 2018, Tuesday, 9.36am Singapore Time
DBS Bank: 8 May 2018, Tuesday, 9.36am Singapore Time(Click on Technical Chart above to Expand)Attached above is the Technicals for DBS Bank. It has entered into the green buy on dip zone. DBS Bank remains bullish. The technical price structure is as follows: Long Term: Bullish (Uptrend)Mid Term: Bullish (Uptrend)Short Term: Bullish (Uptrend)Immediate Term: Correction (comeback boat for joining the uptrend)Overall: BullishDonovan Norfolk Ang
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Chan Yan Chong
2018-05-07 11:17:14
Dr Chan: Hong Kong Banks Have Little to Worry About Businesses
More companies have announced their first quarter performance for 2018. Rather healthy performance supported share prices and have cleared the gloom since the last few bouts of market corrections. At the time of writing, the Straits Times Index (STI) had just hit a new 52-week high. Among the STI constituent stocks, DBS Group Holdings’ reported first-quarter net profit that hit a new record of S$1.52 billion, registering a year-on-year surge of 25.7 percent. More notably, our largest local bank saw its net profit from Hong Kong rocketed a spectacular 91 percent. From this we can see that business is great for Hong Kong’s banking industry. The share price of Hang Seng Bank Ltd (011.HK) took the lead to hit record high, and BOC Hong Kong Holdings Ltd (2388.HK)’s share price followe
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-05-07 10:44:44
DBS Group Holdings Ltd’s Profit Soars in 2018’s First Quarter
With banks in Singapore’s stock market among the top gainers over the last two years, there is understandably considerable interest in them when they release their earnings updates. DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05) kicked things off last Monday by being the first major bank to release its 2018 first quarter results. Here are 10 highlights: 1. Total income grew substantially by 16% from a year ago to a new record of S$3.36 billion. Profit before allowances subsequently rose 20% year-on-year to S$1.96 billion. Net profit jumped even more, by 26% to S$1.52 billion. Consequently, its annualised earnings per share increased by 24% to S$2.38 from S$1.90 a year ago. 2. Net interest income (income from loans) grew 16% year-on-year to S$2.12 billion. This was on the back of a nine basis point
The Motley Fool Singapore
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
Aspire
Lim Si Jie
2018-05-04 10:32:32
4 Blue Chips Yet To Hit Their Peak
With STI now leading the race as Asia’s top performing market index, the market is starting to be concerned about overvaluation. However, there are still some blue chips that have yet to hit its peak. Here are four blue chips that Daiwa Capital Markets thinks will continue to prosper and help investors make alpha return in the second half of 2018. Investors Takeaway: 4 Blue Chips That Will Prosper In 2H18 DBS Group Holdings Combination Of Growth And Yield Play Among regional banks, the “earnings-per-share” growth outlook looks the most compelling for Singapore banks. According to Daiwa, Singapore banks have the highest EPS growth outlook in the region. Within the Singapore banks, DBS Group Holdings (DBS) is the runaway leader for its EPS growth. Apart from growth, DBS is also emer
The Fifth Person
Ian Tai
2018-05-04 09:56:32
10 things to know about DBS Group Holdings before you invest
DBS Group Holdings Limited is the largest financial services conglomerate in Southeast Asia (followed by OCBC and UOB) and also currently the largest company listed on the SGX. DBS was set up by the Singapore government in 1968 to take over the industrial financing activities from the Economic Development Board. Today, DBS has operations in 17 countries and over 280 branches in Asia including Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, India, and Indonesia. As I write, DBS is worth as much as S$73.6 billion in market capitalization. In this article, I’ll bring a detailed account of DBS’s remarkable achievements thus far, the risks it faces and its outlook towards the near future. Here are 10 things you need to know about DBS before you invest. 1. DBS has achieved a CAGR of 11.5% in loans and





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