SGX Listed Stock

DBS GROUP HOLDINGS LTD (SGX:D05)


SGD 21.540
-0.110 / -0.51%
Share Price as of: 2020-07-13 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1L01001701
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Banks / Banks


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Kyith
2020-07-07 10:53:00
How to Fund & Withdraw Funds from Your Interactive Brokers Account.
Once you have setup your Interactive Brokers account through an entirely online sequence, you need to fund your account to start trading. You can fund your Interactive Brokers account from banks and financial institutions from all over the globe. The transfer is free and you are entitled to one free withdrawal per calendar month. I will show you how to Deposit money to fund your Interactive Brokers account in SGDWithdraw money from your Interactive Brokers account to your Bank accountDeposit money to fund your Interactive Brokers account in USD via online remittanceSome other possible cool ways to fund, withdraw money that I came acrossSome other fun things you could do with the account How to Setup Transfer Instructions in Interactive Brokers Login to your Interactive
Singapore Stock Analysis | Opening Trading Account | Collin Seow
Collin Seow
2020-06-24 22:20:38
CPF Investment: Passive Income Guide for All Singaporeans
Today, we are going to share with you how to invest your CPF investment money in a no-brainer way. The best part? You need not be financially savvy to do this. A beginner can do it! And I’ll reveal the exact step-by-step process, which you can follow easily. What is CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS)? It is to provide options to CPF members to invest their CPF savings in your Ordinary Account (OA) and Special Account (SA) in various instruments such as insurance products, unit trusts, fixed deposits, bonds and shares in Singapore. The Average CPF Interest Rate is 2.5% to 4% for Ordinary Account. Check their latest CPF interest rate here. Below is the latest CPF rate (1st Jul to 30th Sep 2020).   Share this Infographic On Your Site </p><br /><br /><br /><b
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Oldman
2020-06-06 14:56:38
Market Favourite and Dropped out - DBS Bank and SATS
Most of us are familiar with these 2 companies, DBS Bank and SATS. SATS was in the news lately when MSCI SG decided to drop it from it's index, thus it was shone the spot light and of course selling pressure.In another post from the SGX, one would noticed that these 2 counters are among the best and consistent performers. On average, they command a annualized return of 6% over 10 years. How bad can they be moving forward, not forgetting that they are around 5+% div yield now.https://www.sgx.com/research-education/market-updates/20200505-best-performing-temasek-linked-stocks-past-decadeDBS BankThis counter broke the key resistance and gap up, this is a very strong uptrend signal.SATSThis counter was heavily sold down end of May, could be due to the MSCI SG announcement. One would expect tha
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-06-01 21:03:06
8 Glove Stocks & 6 Sectors Profit in COVID-19 (易如反掌)
In this article, you will learn 8 glove manufacturer stocks in Singapore and Malaysia and 6 other sectors which could profit from Covid-19 crisis, each requiring unique stock strategies for investing or trading. 1) Top Glove (SGX: BVA) / (Bursa: 7113) – Singapore / Malaysia Giant Glove Stock 2) Hartalega (Bursa: 5168) – Malaysia Giant Glove Stock 3) Kossan (Bursa: 7153) – Malaysia Giant Glove Stock 4) SuperMax (Bursa: 7106) – Malaysia Giant Glove Stock 5) Riverstone (SGX: AP4) – Singapore Giant Glove Stock 6) Comfort Gloves (Bursa: 2127) – Malaysia Glove Stock 7) Careplus (Bursa: 0163) – Malaysia Glove Stock 8) Rubberex (Bursa: 7803) – Malaysia Glove Stock Crisis is opportunity for stock investing, especially true for glove manufacturers duri
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Cheryl Heng
2020-06-01 11:44:34
SGUnited Traineeships Programme: What Is It And How Can Graduates Apply?
Fresh graduates who had hoped to begin their careers in the coming months are now accepting the reality of cancelled convocations and poor job prospects. A once-promising labour market is now crippled with layoffs, hiring freezes and salary reductions. In view of the current economic climate, the Government has launched the SGUnited Traineeships Programme. It aims to equip graduates with valuable industry experience, and to secure a firmer foothold in the weak job market. About The SGUnited Traineeships Programme The SGUnited Traineeships Programme was first announced during the Resilience Budget and expanded during the Fortitude Budget. It aims to provide 25,000 traineeship positions of up to 12 months long. Administered by the Ministry of Manpower and Workforce Singapore, the Governmen
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-05-20 13:22:59
Singapore Airlines (SIA) Issue Of Rights Shares & Rights Mandatory Convertible Bonds (MCBs): 5 Things You Need To Know
Many big and small companies have been affected by the social distancing and lockdown measures implemented on a global scale due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Perhaps none more so that Singapore Airlines (SIA), which has had to ground 185 of its 196 SIA, SilkAir and Scoot aircraft. Even after the lockdowns are eased and companies start normal operations, airlines may continue to be impacted as demand for air travel and tourism may not increase at the same pace as other industries. The Need For Cash Flow To Sustain Operations Even before global lockdowns intensified, SIA announced in late March various cost-cutting measures, including cutting 96% of its passenger capacity, deferring upcoming aircraft deliveries and payments as well as reducing the remuneration of company directors and managemen
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Mei Ta Liew
2020-05-13 14:30:15
Is it worth looking at the 3 Singapore Banks right now?
Is it worth looking at the 3 Singapore Banks right now? Jay Lin, CFD Dealer Jay graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, specialising in Power Engineering. He is also an aspiring CFA Charter Holder. In his free time, he loves to analyse and experiment with factor based investing and smart beta portfolio’s using machine learning. Tan Kean Soon, CFD Dealer Kean Soon graduated from National University of Singapore with Bachelor’s Degree in Materials Engineering. He is a passionate CFD dealer who believes that equity markets can help grow one’s wealth with the right mindset, risk management & discipline. In his free time, he enjoys learning and experimenting with long-term investment a
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-05-03 21:32:57
DBS Bank net profit plunged 29%
Sign up & unlock articles! Is this the beginning of the end for Singapore banks? The circuit-breaker implemented by Singapore government had caused the economy to come to a grinding halt. On 30 April 2020, DBS Bank announced business update for 1st quarter (SGX had scrapped mandatory quarterly reporting). Being the leading light of SGX, the financial performance of DBS Bank is often scrutinized. This is especially so in current climate as investors are looking for clues on the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the banking sector. DBS Group Holdings share price in bloodbath with Hin Leong DBS Group Holdings share in explosive meltdown DBS Group share price in dark chapter with virus DBS Group Holdings share price ambushed by coronavirus? Initial assessment of the financial performance
SIAS
sias
2020-05-03 20:27:07
Monthly wrap for April 2020: STI rose 5.8% on hopes that things can only get better and central banks’ support
The STI gained almost 6% in April at 2,624.23; Markets were supported by hopes that a recovery is coming and massive central bank support; Gains came despite grim economic numbers; Oil prices sank into negative territory on worldwide oversupply; The US Fed held rates steady last week; Singapore Airlines’ $15b cash call received shareholder approval; DBS reported 29% fall in 1Q profit to S$1.1b Why are markets rising? The question on the minds of many observers is: why are stock markets rising amidst a slew of grim economic news? The answer is likely to come in two parts – hope that with things as bad as they are now then they can only get better, and the promise of near-unlimited money from central banks, led by the US Federal Reserve. As a result, the Straits Times Index last mont
The Asia Report Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-05-01 19:10:20
3 Key Takeaways from DBS Q1 2020 Results
Earning season for Singapore Banks have started and this will be a particularly important one. Banks will be reporting their Q1 results and DBS was the first to report their Q1 earnings earlier this week. More importantly, the 3 local banks will also be talking about the impact of COVID-19 on their business and impact on current loan book. I was looking forward not only to the assessment of the COVID-19 situation and the government relief measures on DBS’s business operations, but also its view on the impact on different sectors of the economy. After all, as a key provider of credit to the sector, it has a front row view on the ensuing damage that the COVID-19 virus and Circuit Breaker is having on our economy. Here are some of the key takeaways: 1.  DBS Group reported net profit of S
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Createwealth8888
2020-04-30 08:14:47
Worst Cash Flow From Investment Portfolio of Stocks In SGX Since 2009? (2)
Read? Worst Cash Flow From Investment Portfolio of Stocks In SGX Since 2009?Read? DBS’s Gupta pans banks’ dividend cutsFor his part, Gupta says cutting dividends now is “nonsensical” and “a bit of a red herring”. He notes that years of Basel reforms have left banks with “enormous capital reserves” and a clear protocol: to dip first into buffers, then counter-cyclical buffers, and finally into capital reserves. If this is a multi-year problem... banks will likely get to the point where they can’t pay dividends. But promising now to not pay them is, to me, illogical   - Piyush Gupta, DBSHe points to the number of retirees who own a handful of treasured DBS shares, which they use to leaven their pension pot, noting that eliminating dividends “
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-04-29 08:30:33
DBS Group Holdings share in bloodbath with Hin Leong
Sign up & unlock articles! In March 2020, DBS announced a staggering pay check of $12.1 million to CEO Piyush Gupta for leading the bank to the Promised Land – DBS’ total income had more than doubled, net profit has tripled, and market capitalisation had nearly doubled in FY2019. However, almost half of his annual salary was in the form of the company’s share plan. Thus, the upheaval of DBS Group Holdings share price in recent months must have left a bitter taste in CEO Piyush Gupta’s mouth. DBS Group Holdings share in explosive meltdown DBS Group share price in dark chapter with virus DBS Group Holdings share price ambushed by coronavirus? Previously, the supreme form of DBS Group Holdings share price was largely due its strong financial results, which was fuelled by
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Stanley Goldman
2020-04-28 18:02:36
SIA buying new planes amid pandemic review
After cutting 96% of capacity that had been originally scheduled up to end-April, given the further tightening of border controls around the world over the last week to stem the Covid-19 outbreak, Singapore Airlines (SIA) is already taking steps to resume flights with a vengeance once travel curbs get lifted. In its announcement to the Singapore Stock Exchange on 24 April 2020, SIA confirmed that it would be using S$3.3 billion out of the S$8.8 billion it is now raising from shareholders via a rights issue “for aircraft purchases and aircraft related payments”. It explained such a purchase is necessary as “our fleet renewal program is an important part of the Group’s strategy for long term sustainability and industry leadership”.  While SIA didn’t reveal w
Donovan Norfolk Ang's Market Analysis
Donovan Norfolk Ang
2020-04-14 23:11:20
Bank Stocks: 14 April 2020, Tuesday
Bank Stocks:14 April 2020, Tuesday(Click on the Technical Chart Above to Expand)Unload all bank stocks using this rebound, including DBS Bank, OCBC and UOB Bank and any country's bank stocks. Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, interest rates are hammered to the floor. I am no longer bullish of banks with the forced artificially low interest rates that is here to stay for the next few years. It will become harder and harder for banks to earn money, and the financial sector's future will become bleaker in the next few years.DISCLAIMERThis analysis site, as well as the analyses in it, is created for the sole purpose of education, discussion, fundamental analysis knowledge sharing, technical analysis knowledge sharing, funds flow analysis knowledge sharing, general skills-knowledge sharing and
The Asia Report Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-04-08 12:07:42
Will SG Banks Follow UK In Suspending Dividends like HSBC?
In my recent webinars, I have often been asked whether Singapore Banks will suspend their dividends. This follows news that the European Banks suspending dividends in order to shore up their balance sheet. Closer to home, the UK regulator ordered UK Banks not to pay dividends… which had an implication on HSBC & Standard Chartered as they are headquartered there. Shareholders are threatening to sue but that seems like a long shot. Today, MAS announced several important points regarding the issue of dividends of which I will highlight the important points here: MAS urged banks to utilise their capital buffers as appropriate to support their lending activities and flagged that “sustaining lending activities should take priority over discretionary distributions”. But Sing
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Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-03-28 21:18:19
What’s the impact of Resilience Budget on SG Banks? (DBS, UOB, OCBC)
The government response to the COVID-19 outbreak so far has amounted to SGD 54.8 billion – about of 11% of GDP. The economy is entering uncharted waters, and the level of stimulus is unprecedented as Singapore faces both acute supply and demand shocks. The Impact of These Measures on Singapore Banks When you invest into banks like Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (SGX:O39), United Overseas Bank Ltd  (SGX:U11) & Dbs Group Holdings Ltd (SGX:D05) you are not only investing in them directly but also indirectly the quality of governance and the strength of the regulator. The SG Government has often acted to reduce potential bubbles from being formed (e.g. cooling measures to dampen the en-bloc cycle). In this instance, they are acting to blunt the economic fallout from what maybe Sin
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Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-03-27 23:20:47
Thoughts on Singapore Airlines Retail Bonds Post Rights & Co-Bonds Issue [Updated!]
I previously wrote about the SIA Retail bonds in my last article. While I was not keen on them, I wrote the following: Let’s not forget who the largest shareholder of SIA is – Temasek Holdings. SIA is of huge strategic importance to Singapore given that it’s our national airline carrier that in my opinion will not be allowed to fail especially given the exceptional circumstances of events.” Last night, DPM Heng Swee Keat made the following comments in his budget speech: The Deputy Prime Minister said the airline was a “strategic asset” for Singapore.  “Through the Government support for the aviation sector and, if necessary, more direct support measures, we will make sure that SIA is able to come through this in good shape,” he said,  “Ultimately t
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Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-03-27 13:56:54
Thoughts on SIA Retail Bonds Post Rights & Co-Bonds Issue [Updated!]
I previously wrote about the SIA Retail bonds in my last article. While I was not keen on them, I wrote the following: Let’s not forget who the largest shareholder of SIA is – Temasek Holdings. SIA is of huge strategic importance to Singapore given that it’s our national airline carrier that in my opinion will not be allowed to fail especially given the exceptional circumstances of events.” Last night, DPM Heng Swee Keat made the following comments in his budget speech: The Deputy Prime Minister said the airline was a “strategic asset” for Singapore.  “Through the Government support for the aviation sector and, if necessary, more direct support measures, we will make sure that SIA is able to come through this in good shape,” he said,  “Ultimately t
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-03-24 08:55:21
DBS Group Holdings share in explosive meltdown
Sign up as member here! 2020 will go down in history as one of the most terrifying years for investors as the stock markets plunged into total chaos amid the coronavirus outbreak. DBS is the largest lender in Singapore, so investors will always examine DBS Group Holdings share price to gauge the health of the economy. But question now is: will the second stimulus package from Singapore government be timely enough to salvage the situation? DBS Group share price in dark chapter with virus DBS Group Holdings share price ambushed by coronavirus? At the point of writing (12 March 2020), DBS Group Holdings share price had tumbled 23%, much higher than the 17% correction for OCBC share price. The huge correction of DBS Group Holdings provided clear signal that recession should be on the way for
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-03-16 23:27:17
Cyclic Investing Stock: DBS Bank
DBS Bank (SGX: D05) is the largest bank in Southeast Asia, an iconic national bank of Singapore with Temasek as major shareholder (29% ownership). DBS also owns POSB, a common people’s bank in Singapore. DBS is a cyclical stock, performance depends on economic cycle and global stock market cycle, sensitive to changes in global central banks interest rates. Due to Coronavirus induced stock market crash over the past 1 month, the Fed has decided to cut US bank interest rates, firstly by 0.5%, then again by another 1%, dropping to historical low of 0-0.5%, hoping to stimulate and sustain the current US economy. Global central banks include Singapore are expected to follow the footstep to lower the domestic interest rates. In general, banks have several ways to make money, the





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