SGX Listed Stock

GENTING SINGAPORE PLC (G13.SI)


SGD 1.330
+0.010 / +0.76%
Share Price as of: 2018-01-19 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / GB0043620292
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Discretionary / Consumer Services / Hotels, Restaurants and Leisure


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ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2018-01-18 20:11:07
Corporate Result -- Jan/Feb 2018
1.  SPH REIT  --  5th Jan 20182.  SPH  --  12th Jan 20183.  First Reit  --  17th Jan 20184.  Soilbuild REIT  --  17th Jan 20185.  Cache  --  18th Jan 20186.  SGX  --  19th Jan 20187.  Kep DC Reit  --  22nd Jan 20188.  Kep Inf Trust  --  22nd Jan 20189.  FrasersCom Trust  --  22nd Jan 201810.  Mapletreelog Trust  --  22nd Jan 201811.  Kep Reit  --  23rd Jan 201812.  MapetreeInd Trust  --  23rd Jan 201813.  M1  --  23rd Jan 201814.  FrasersCT  --  23rd Jan 201815.  CapitaMall Trust  --  24th Jan 201816.  MapletreeCom Trust  --  24th Jan 201817.  Kep T
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2018-01-09 16:20:58
7 Things Investors Should Know About How Different Sectors Performed In The Stock Market Over The Past Year
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) started 2017 at 2,881 points and ended the year 18.1% higher at 3,403. Yet, this healthy return does not imply that all types of stocks in the local market did well. In this article, I want to share some information about how different sectors (as defined by the Global Industry Classification Standard, or GICS) had performed over the past year, based on data published by stock exchange operator Singapore Exchange. Here they are: 1. In the 12 months ended 8 January 2018,  the two best performing sectors in our local stock market were Materials and Information Technology. The former was up by 110%, whilst the latter was up by 103%. 2. For the same period in the first point, the two worst performing sectors were Energy and Telecommunication Services.
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2018-01-09 14:40:45
These 3 Blue Chips Beat The Straits Times Index In 2017
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) started 2017 at 2,881 points and ended the year 18.1% higher at 3,403. Yet, this healthy return does not imply that all 30 companies within the Straits Times Index had similar returns. In fact, there were some big losers, some flat stocks, and some huge winners within the group of the 30 blue chip stocks. This article is the first in a series that will look at the outperformers and laggards among the Straits Times Index’s constituents. In here, I will focus on three companies that beat the index in 2017. [Editor’s note: The second, third, and fourth articles in this series have been published. They are on two blue chips that lost to the index, on another three blue chips that beat the index, and on another three blue chips that underperformed the ind
(The) Boring Investor
Lee Chin Wai
2018-01-07 17:49:29
The Dogs and Puppies of STI for 2018
The Dogs of STI replicates the investment strategy of the Dogs of the Dow. Since 2014, I have been analysing the performance of the Dogs of the Dow strategy as applied to STI (known as the Dogs and Puppies of STI) for the past year and identifying the new Dogs and Puppies for the current year. The Dogs and Puppies of STI for 2017 are as follows (see The Dogs and Puppies of STI for 2017 for more info):Puppies of STI 2017A-ReitCapitaland Comm Trust Capitaland Mall TrustHPH TrustYangzijiang Other Dogs of STI 2017Keppel CorpSingTelSPHStarhubST EngineeringHow did the Dogs and Puppies of STI perform in 2017? The table below shows their performance relative to STI. Price 31/12/16 Price 31/12/17 Div Div Yield Return (excl. Div) Return (incl. Div) Puppies   A-R
DollarsAndSense.sg
Timothy Ho
2018-01-04 11:36:51
4 Stocks This Week – Summary For 2017
When we started the weekly 4 Stocks This Week column on DollarsAndSense.sg earlier this year, our objective was simple; provide a convenient read each way for busy investors (including ourselves) to stay updated with what is happening on the Singapore Exchange. 4 Stock This Week will never be a recommendation from us to buy or sell any of the stocks that we feature. Its purpose is to highlight, rather than to analyse. For this week’s edition, instead of the usual coverage of four stocks, we will like to provide you with a quick summary links of all the 4 Stocks This Week articles written in 2017. We have arranged it alphabetically, by stocks. If you are interested in of these stocks, simply click on the related reading links for the stock(s) of your interest. If you are an avid follo
Living Investment
limkimtong
2018-01-02 21:06:39
Performance of STI Component Stocks in 2017
The Straits Times Index (STI) did very well for 201. It was up 18.1% since the start of 2017 to end at 3,402.92 points. 12 stocks of the 30 component stocks of STI beat the benchmark. Stock 30/12/2016 29/12/2017 Change YZJ Shipping 0.815 1.470 80.4% Global Logistics 2.20 3.37 53.2% City Dev 8.28 12.49 50.8% UOL 5.99 8.87 48.1% Genting Singapore 0.905 1.310 44.8% DBS 17.34 24.85 43.3% OCBC 8.92 12.39 38.9% CapitaComm Trust 1.48 1.930 30.4% UOB 20.4 26.45 29.7% Keppel Corp 5.79 7.35 26.9% Ascendas Reit 2.27 2.72 19.8% JSH (USD) 33.2 39.58 19.2% CapitaLand 3.02 3.53 16.9% CapitaMall Trust 1.885 2.13 13.0% Hongkong Land (USD) 6.33 7.04 11.2% SIA 9.67 10.67 10.3% Jardine Matheson (USD) 55.25 60.75 10.0% Thai Bev 0.85 0.92 8.2% SATS 4.85 5.20 7.2% SembC
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2017-12-30 21:45:20
Strategic Investor 2017 Review
FTSE STI ended the year 2017 at 3,402.92 compared with 2880.76 a year ago, representing a gain of 522.16 points or 18.13%.  It was perhaps a bumper year for most investors in Singapore market or rather for global markets.  The following table summarized my investment portfolio for 2017 vs portfolio for 2016.20172016Variant Non-Strategic Unrealized Gain/Loss              +68.72%         +45.19%      +52.07%Strategic Unrealized Gain/Loss              +21.29%         +11.63%      +83.06%Portfolio Unrealized Gain/Loss              +55.19%         +37.84
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2017-12-30 18:03:23
Portfolio -- Dec 2017
Investment Portfolio1. Received CapitaR China Trust dividend of $0.0391 cents/share2. Strategically increase CapitaR China Trust holding by 7.16%, thereby deceasing Strategic Cost from $0.2451/share to $0.2424/share3. Data adjusted lowered than previous months due to adjustment for additional cash injection of 4.53%StockHolding Price*Market PriceUnrealized Profit/LossDividend ReturnNon-StrategicCapitaMall Trust$1.155$2.13+82.07%+74.61%First REIT$0.6067$1.39+128.58%+104.03%Genting SP$0.5314$1.31+145.90%+18.82%KepCorp$7.4156$7.35-1.26%+40.06%SIA$12.0697$10.67-12.00%+32.02%SingPost$1.0093$1.24+22.27%+44.80%MapletreeInd Trust$0.8537$2.03+136.41%+63.35%Kep DC Reit$0.9393$1.43+51.50%+14.92%Frasers Cpt Trust$1.6314$2.24+35.61%+14.15%Unrealized+68.72%+56.32%StrategicKep REIT--$1.26126.00 cents/sha
Aspire
Don Low
2017-12-28 11:26:12
SI Research: 3 Blue Chips To Invest In 2018
Many retail investors find blue chips breathtakingly boring, especially in the local stock market. That is understandably so, considering that the Straits Times Index (STI) – constituting the 30 largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange – underperformed other international market indices that continued to break new highs. To be fair, despite trailing the other major markets, STI still registered about a pleasant 17.8 percent gain leading to the end of 2017.  That being said, although less exciting than trying to pick up inconspicuous value small or mid-cap stocks, accumulating blue chips can still be highly rewarding (of course the crux is picking the right ones). For most retail investors, getting a decent return consistently should be their ultimate long-term investment goa
DollarsAndSense.sg
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
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2017-12-22 15:41:28
Foolish Face-Off: Genting Singapore PLC Versus Genting Hong Kong Ltd
There are around 700 companies listed on the stock exchange in Singapore. Of those, there are a number of companies that have similar business operations. It is sometimes hard to determine which company in a particular industry is better than its peers. In this article, we will make some quick-and-dirty comparisons between two companies operating in the leisure industry, Genting Singapore PLC (SGX: G13) and Genting Hong Kong Ltd (SGX: S21), to determine which might give you more bang for your buck. Introducing the Contenders Genting Singapore became the first operator of an integrated resort in Singapore when Resorts World Sentosa opened for business in 2010. The destination resort offers a casino, a waterpark, an aquarium, the signature Universal Studios Singapore theme park, hotels,
Aspire
Lim Si Jie
2017-12-21 15:06:06
4 GARP Stocks Worth Owning
Heading into 2018, DBS believes that one of the most compelling investment theme is growth stocks that are reasonably priced (GARP). DBS notes that Singapore is on track for sustainable recovery. This should support the continuity of corporate earnings growth in the 8.5 percent region in the next two years. As part of its GARP screener, DBS recommends growth stocks that are expected to outperform corporate earnings growth of 8.5 percent. To add further margin of safety, DBS also included a criterion of dividend yield of at least three percent in its screener. Besides those with decent dividend yield, DBS also suggests looking out for growth stocks with catalysts in place to propel the stock to the next stage of growth. Investors Takeaway: 4 GARP Stocks Worth Owning In 2018 1. Frasers Centr
SINGAPORE STOCKS INVESTING (SSI)
Tom Tom Tom
2017-12-13 07:30:00
DBS’ TOP 15 SINGAPORE STOCKS PICK FOR YEAR 2018
Dear readers, as we near the close of yet another trading year, there are more and more analysts giving their recommendations for selected Singapore stocks for Year 2018. In this post, we look at the top 15 Singapore stocks picks by DBS Group Research. The top 15 stocks are: 1) City Development2) Genting Singapore3) OCBC 4) Sembcorp Marine5) Singtel6) Thai Beverages7) UOB8) UOL GroupRead more »
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2017-12-04 11:56:57
It’s a Wrap: The Top 3 and Bottom 3 Blue-Chip Stocks for November
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), which tracks the performance of the top 30 largest and most liquid companies listed in Singapore, performed well for the month of November. For the month, the local stock market benchmark rose 1.8% to end at 3,433.54 points on 30 November 2017. Out of the 30 STI components, 14 were in the green; while the rest were in the red. The STI market capitalisation rose 0.7% month-on-month to S$601.9 billion. The top three winners of the STI were SATS Ltd (SGX: S58), Genting Singapore PLC (SGX: G13) and CapitaLand Commercial Trust (SGX: C61U).Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence SATS Ltd has two business segments – Food Solutions and Gateway Services. The former covers services such as airline catering and food distribution, while the latter is involved
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2017-12-03 21:39:14
Portfolio -- Nov 2017
Investment Portfolio1. Received SIA dividend of $0.10/share2. Received SingPost dividend of $0.005/share3. Received Kep REIT scrip dividend, increasing holding by 5.65%, reducing Strategic cost from $0.2569/share to $0.2538/share4. Received FrasersCom Trust scrip dividend, increasing holding by 11.09%, reducing Strategic cost from $0.2538/share to $0.2481/share5. Strategically reduced Strategic cost from $0.2481/share to $0.2451/share.StockHolding Price*Market PriceUnrealized Profit/LossDividend ReturnNon-StrategicCapitaMall Trust$1.155$2.05+75.19%+74.61%First REIT$0.6067$1.38+126.94%+104.03%Genting SP$0.5314$1.33+149.66%+18.82%KepCorp$7.4156$7.63+2.52%+40.06%SIA$12.0697$10.74-11.42%+32.02%SingPost$1.0093$1.30+28.21%+44.80%MapletreeInd Trust$0.8537$1.97+129.39%+63.35%Kep DC Reit$0.9393$1.4
SGinvestors.io
- sginvestors.io
2017-11-30 22:30:38
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in November 2017
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in November 2017 The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 59.46 points or 1.76% higher to 3433.54 in November 2017.(compared to 3374.08 on 31-Oct-2017)Top Performers: SATS, Genting Singapore, CapitaLand Commercial Trust, StarHub, DBS Group.Worst Performers: Wilmar International, Sembcorp Industries, City Developments, Golden Agri Resources, ST Engineering.Most Volatile: Genting Singapore, SATS, Sembcorp Industries, Yangzijiang Shipbuildings, DBS Group. Continue Reading »
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2017-11-27 18:21:51
3 Things You Need to Know About the Singapore Stock Market Today
Welcome to a brand-new week, everyone. Here are three things about the local stock market that you might be interested in today. 1. The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) ended Monday at 3,436.36 points, down 0.17% or 5.79 points. The biggest loser in the index was Genting Singapore PLC (SGX: G13), the company behind Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa. The casino operator’s shares fell 1.4% to S$1.36. Meanwhile, City Developments Limited (SGX: C09) came in as the index’s best performer. Shares of the property developer rose 2.1% to S$12.50. 2. We are near the tail end of the earnings season. Do check out some of the latest earnings coverage below: a) JUMBO Group Ltd (SGX: 42R) – click here b) Kimly Ltd (SGX: 1D0) – click here 3. Soilbuild Business Space REIT (SGX: SV3U), which ow
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2017-11-26 21:38:25
Step-By-Step Guide to Stock Investing in Singapore
This article is written as part of a DollarsAndSense.sg collaboration with For Tomorrow. For Tomorrow is brought to you by Temasek, in partnership with MoneySmart and DollarsAndSense. All views expressed in the article are the independent opinion of DollarsAndSense.sg. When you’re ready to start investing, the stock market could be a natural first place you turn to. Most Singaporeans, even if they never invested before, know about the stock market, or more specifically, the Singapore Exchange (SGX). The SGX acts as a market for people to buy and sell stocks. For many, when you start investing, you will likely turn to an online platform to carry out your trades and start building your investment portfolio. For a start, you may think of investing in well-known companies in Singapore, suc
Singapore Stock Trading Insights | Joey Choy
Trading Impossible | Joey Choy
2017-11-22 11:30:11
Genting Sing: Almost touching target... Price 1.39. Still good to go?
Just about 2 weeks ago, we spotted some really good price action in Genting above the 1.25 level….Some upside targets were drawn as indicators were also looking good then plus..We also had a bullish signal with no exits on the system then….See chart issued 2 weeks back when it was at about 1.285… Was expecting the move above 1.30 soon and INDEED, it happened after a few days….For illustration purpose onlyIt seems we are almost hitting our 2nd target at 1.40 today… with a high at 1.39 as of now…Starting to see some profit taking where one can also lock in some partial profits too and more importantly, protect them....However, upside may still be possible on any specific price action above 1.40…Targets have been revised higher last week too. Let’s see if that plays ou





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