SGX Listed Stock


SGD 24.780
+0.110 / +0.45%
Share Price as of: 2019-06-18 10:39
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1L01001701
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Banks / Banks

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The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-06-18 05:01:54
3 Companies Young Working Adults Should Consider As Investments
A lot has been written on companies to be purchased for retirement, especially the need for them to be stable, predictable stalwarts that are unlikely to go bust. I thought it would be useful to look into companies a young working adult could consider investing in, as many such adults likely won’t yet have built up a large cash stash for investing, and they may also not have enough time to research companies because of work commitments and on-the-job training. Companies need to have the following characteristics to qualify as investment possibilities for young adults: They should be stable, solid, and dependable names the investor does not have to dig into too deeply. They should preferably have some element of growth as young investors on the cusp of their investment journeys have m
The Motley Fool Singapore
Tim Phillips
2019-06-17 16:16:38
DBS, OCBC or UOB: Which Singapore Bank is Least Exposed to China?
The US-China trade war has been rumbling on and, naturally, investors have been jittery. In Singapore, this uncertainty has hit sentiment for the three big banks – DBS Group Holdings (SGX: D05), United Overseas Bank (SGX: U11), or UOB, and Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (SGX: O39), or OCBC – given all three have at least some exposure to China within their businesses. Any escalation in trade tensions could mean a further slowdown in the Chinese economy. However, the question on most people’s minds is which bank is the least exposed to China? Let’s take a further look at this crucial question and how we can determine the answer. China loans exposure Banks derive the bulk of their earnings by taking in deposits from customers and lending out this money in the forms of lo
The Fifth Person
Ian Tai
2019-06-10 09:36:35
11 things to know about DBS Bank before you invest (updated 2019)
DBS Bank is a leading financial services group in Asia with a presence in 18 markets worldwide. As at 1 June 2019, DBS is valued at S$62.3 billion in market capitalisation. It is a major constituent of the Straits Times Index as DBS is one of the 30 largest companies listed on the SGX. In this article, I will bring an update on its recent financial results and valuation figures. Here are 11 things to know about DBS Bank before you invest: 1. Loans and advances grew to S$345.0 billion in 2018, from S$323.1 billion in 2017. This was mainly contributed by growth in a few major segments such as manufacturing, building & construction, housing, and loans to financial institutions and investment & holding companies. Over the last 10 years, loans and advances has grown by a compou
The Fifth Person
Ian Tai
2019-05-28 10:59:52
12 things to know about Public Bank before you invest (updated 2019)
Founded in 1966, Public Bank Berhad is presently the second largest Malaysian-listed bank (after Maybank) and ranks among the top 10 largest in Southeast Asia by market capitalisation. As of 26 May 2019, Public Bank’s market cap stood at RM87.4 billion. I recently received its latest annual report and will be covering Public Bank’s latest financial results and valuation figures. As such, here are 12 things to know about Public Bank before you invest. 1. In 2018, Public Bank generated RM7.10 billion in profit before tax (PBT). The table below lists the top five key segments that contributed the most profit in 2018: SegmentPBT (RM millions)Percentage of Total Revenue Total Profit Before Tax7,101.2100.0% Domestic Consumer Banking and SME Lending3,972.155.9% Pu
Governance For Stakeholders
Mak Yuen Teen
2019-05-21 15:06:48
Hyflux’s “far from perpetual” securities
By Mak Yuen Teen Note: This is part of a comprehensive case study about Hyflux currently being written, which also covers its business model, financial management, corporate governance, remuneration policies, disclosures and reorganisation. Further commentaries about some of these aspects will be published in due course. ________________________________ Prior to 2011, Hyflux’s capital structure consisted of debt in the form of loans and borrowings and other trade liabilities, and ordinary shareholders’ equity. As can be seen from the table below, in FY2009, total liabilities were 65% of total assets, the interest coverage ratio was nearly 10 times, while net operating cash inflows was more $60 million and more than $50 million after interest expense. While the total debt ratio remained
Investment Moats
2019-05-20 13:16:03
Eagle Hospitality Trust (EHT) IPO Analysis
We have a few US REITs that is coming over to list in Singapore. ARA Hospitality Trust was the first one with lukewarm response. And this time round we have Eagle Hospitality Trust (EHT).  The former is more well known to Singapore investors since ARA was listed here and then delisted.  I think SGX and DBS are really actively courting these REITs from overseas to list in Singapore and I am not sure this is always a good thing.  I shall not say too much but do a quick take of this IPO. I have not much value add for this article honestly.  Here it goes.  The Offer A total of 580 mil shares will be on offer 535 mil will be available for institutional and other investment in the placement tranche 45 mil will be available to retail investors The listing price to be
Jimmy Ng
2019-05-16 13:08:05
SI Research: 3 Stocks With Disappointing Results
Despite an overhang on the equities markets due to the ongoing trade tensions and worries about the economic slowdown, most companies generally continue to deliver decent results for the last quarter. Some of the key highlights in this earnings season include Keppel Corporation announcing a turnaround of its offshore and marine division. Meanwhile, local bank DBS Group Holdings also achieved record quarterly net profit of $1.7 billion rising 8.5 percent year-on-year, which helped to lift Straits Times Index temporarily above the 3,400 level closing at 3,407.02 on 29 April 2019. Nevertheless, with the recent rally, the probability of an imminent correction has also heightened. For investors who are getting jittery about the widely-believed axiom, “sell in May and go away”, we identify t
To make money. To build wealth. To preserve wealth.
2019-04-30 18:02:11
DBS Group Holdings share price ready to hit $50?
What a fine performance! DBS Group Holdings share price looks set for another rally following the announcement of a solid Q1FY2019 financial performance. On 22 February 2019, I predicted that DBS Group Holdings share price would be on form because of the strong Net Interest Margin (NIM) performance. Since then, the counter surged from $25 to the current $28. On the basis of the healthy business momentum, DBS Group Holdings share price is likely to continue its dazzling run, perhaps even reaching the $50 mark. Last year’s remarkable run of DBS Group Holdings share price was punctuated by the shock announcement of the tightening of Additional Buyer Stamp Duty (ABSD) and Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio on residential property purchases. Nonetheless, it appears to me that DBS had managed to shake
Ching Sue Mae
2019-04-28 09:12:26
4 Stocks This Week (Banking And Finance) [26 April 2019] – DBS; OCBC; UOB; Hong Leong Finance
This week, both DBS and UOB held their AGMs on 25 April and 26 April respectively. OCBC will be having their AGM this coming Monday, 29 April 2019. Globally, Singapore banks are amongst the safest banks in the world. In a World’s Safest Banks 2018 – The Global Top 50 ranked by Global Finance, the three major Singapore banks DBS, OCBC and UOB were named in the top 20. Notably, DBS has made it to this list of top 50 safest banks for the past 10 years since 2009. While these banks are amongst the safest banks in the world, should there be a situation where the bank fails, the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC) is present, insuring up to $75,000 of your insured deposits. Bank branches for all three listed banks, DBS, OCBC and UOB can be found all over the island to cater t

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