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Share Price as of: 2022-05-20 14:18
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SGXE21576413
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Discretionary / Consumer Services / Hotels, Restaurants and Leisure

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Timothy Ho
2022-03-26 15:43:39
4 Singapore Stocks That Would Benefit As Singapore Reopens Its Borders To Travellers – SIA; SATS; Genting Singapore; Suntec REIT
Since the founding of Singapore in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles, Singapore has always been an island known and valued for its strategic location and accessibility. Even today, the Economic Development Board (EDB) describes Singapore as being “within a six-hour radius of any Southeast Asian County – that means we are an ideal hub from which you can access the region and its growing consumer market.” Regularly ranked as the world’s best airport, Changi Airport serves more than 100 airlines flying to about 100 countries and territories globally. Before the pandemic, over 62 million passengers passed through the airport a year. Singapore is also linked to more than 600 ports globally, with 200 shipping lines passing through Singapore. Annually, more than 130,000 ships call at Singapore
Joanne Poh
2022-02-21 10:46:13
Happy 20th Birthday to the SPDR STI ETF! A Look at How Far Singapore’s First Locally Listed ETF Has Come
This post was written in collaboration with State Street Global Advisors. While we are financially compensated by them, we nonetheless strive to maintain our editorial integrity and review products with the same objective lens. We are committed to providing the best information in order for you to make personal financial decisions with confidence. You can view our Editorial Guidelines here. “Buy ETFs!” is one of the most frequent pieces of investment advice newbies tend to hear. But when Singaporeans talk about exchange-traded funds (ETFs),  a popular category often comes to mind — the Straits Times Index or STI tracking family of ETFs. The most well-known of the bunch is the SPDR® Straits Times Index ETF (ES3), or the SPDR STI ETF. You see, the SPDR fund was the first ETF known
Joanne Poh
2022-02-03 14:19:31
5 Best Regular Savings Plans in Singapore 2022: Invest With $100 a Month
Investing is like exercising daily, improving your cooking skills or sleeping earlier — we all know we should be doing it, but due to lack of time, discipline or knowledge, it sometimes falls to the wayside. Not knowing where to start is a big reason Singaporeans put off investing. You promise yourself that someday you’ll get around to googling Investing for Dummies. But for now there are more pressing things to do. The solution? Regular savings plans offer an easy, no-brainer way to grow your money on a limited budget even if you know nothing about investing. With one of these plans, you can start investing the minute you turn 18. That way, by the time you actually get around to scouring the world wide web for knowledge, you’ll already have a small and growing nest egg. What is a r
2022-01-31 23:41:28
Monthly wrap for January 2022: “As goes January, so goes the year”?
The STI gained 126 points or 4% in January at 3,249.59 The rise came despite Wall St’s nervousness and correction US investors worried about number of rate hikes in 2022 DBS and UOB made major regional asset purchases in Jan Three SPACs listed, only Vertex held its ground Will January’s 4% gain be mirrored in the whole year’s performance? There’s an old saying on Wall Street that “as goes January, so goes the year.” In other words, what happens in the financial markets in the first few weeks of the calendar year tends to set the tone for the rest of the year ahead. As far as local investors are concerned, most will surely be hoping that the saying will apply in 2022, given that for the past month, the Straits Times Index has risen 124 points or 4% to 3,249.59. That the full
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
2021-12-27 21:49:09
Investment Portfolio Restructuring
After thorough thought, decided to bring forward the restructuring of the Investment Portfolio.  Original intention was when the stock market experiences bull run shall be a good times to divest those unwanted holdings.  While unsure is the market going on a bull run or the worst yet to come in 2022, weighing out the benefits and risks, pros and cons, restructuring and rebuilding the portfolio now would be a better move.  Moreover, it is also like a psychological clock that the restructuring and rebuilding is due.  The 1st portfolio was started in 1993.  The restructuring and rebuilding to the 2nd portfolio was in 2006, 13 years later.  Now it is the 15th year into the 2nd portfolio, look like time is ripe to make changes again.There is chance that should I di
2021-12-12 16:38:07
STI gained 1.1% but in low volume as Omicron fears receded
Signs that Omicron may not be that virulent helped push the STI up Wall St hit a new all-time high on Friday despite strong inflation data Volume here was weak, averaging just over S$1b daily Traders also watching China Evergrande after Fitch report Travel, aviation, hospitality and healthcare stocks were in play DBS: “reopening stocks’’ may be close to their bottom Keppel shareholders vote in favour of SPH acquisition As Omicron fears fade, stocks recovered The Straits Times Index rose 34 points or about 1.1% to 3,135.61 last week, helped by a firm Wall Street that rebounded strongly on early indications that the Omicron variant of Covid-19 may be less deadly or dangerous than first thought. On Friday, the S&P 500 closed at a new all-time high of 4,712 despite the release of
2021-12-01 09:53:16
Monthly wrap for November 2021: Omicron derails STI’s bid for higher ground
The STI lost 157 points or about 5% at 3,041.29 for the month In early Nov, the outlook was positive as the index crossed 3,200 Most of the selling came in final 3 days after discovery of Omicron Wall St’s plunges were accentuated by Powell’s testimony about tapering Transport and hospitality stocks took a beating, healthcare counters benefited The tussle for control of SPH heated up with counter offer from Cuscaden Peak A strong start – but a weak finish On the first trading day of November, the Straits Times Index rose smartly to regain the 3,200 level that it had just lost a few days earlier. Hopes were high that the upward momentum and the crossing of 3,200 would enable the index to push ahead and, with the re-opening of economies everywhere together with the relaxation of mea
2021-11-28 20:52:32
New virus variant sends market reeling
Sudden news of South African virus variant cut 2% off the STI at 3,166.27 Biggest selling came on Friday when index tumbled 1.7% Wall St also took a hit, major indices down 2.3-2.5% after earlier rise in the week on Powell’s re-appointment as Fed chair Bonds benefited from flight to safety, US 10-year Treasury yield plunged from 1.64% to 1.48% Travel and hospitality stocks were the losers, healthcare and glove maker stocks were the winners Economy is expected to grow 3-5% next year October’s manufacturing up 16.9% New virus, new problems A large, unexpected plunge on Friday because of news of a new Covid-19 variant cut 55.35points or 1.7% off the Straits Times Index at 3,166.27 meant that for the week, the index sustained a loss of 66 points or 2%. During Asian trading hours on Fri
2021-11-07 16:56:43
Monthly wrap for October 2021: STI gained 4.8% but didn’t quite manage to hold on to 3,200
The STI rose 147 points or 4.8% to 3,198.17 Its closing high for the month was 3,218 on Wed last week Volume remained mediocre, averaging just above S$1b daily Banks were the main drivers, Jardine stocks also New travel lanes meant aviation, hospitality stocks were in play MAS maintained its 6-7% GDP growth forecast for 2021 Rival offer tabled for SPH; bidding war possible Wall St continued to rise to new highs, shrugging off various concerns China’s slowdown could be a worry STI regained 3,100, then 3,200 but slipped to close at 3,198.17 From a technical point of view October appeared to be a decent month given that the Straits Times Index gained 147 points or about 4.8% to break above 3,100 and then almost stay above 3,200 when it ended Friday at 3,198.17 after earlier closing at 3
2021-10-18 10:12:09
Travel and hospitality stocks in play as STI closes in on 3,200
The Straits Times Index gained 2% last week at 3,173.91 Travel and hospitality stocks in play as new travel lanes announced Early Wall St jitters because of oil spike were replaced by optimism from corporate earnings US FOMC minutes: tapering might start in Nov or Dec SGX: Interest rate expectations underpinned banks outperformance Bitcoin surged above US$61,000 on ETF optimism October is shaping up to be much better than Sep September was not a great month for local stocks, but October is shaping up to be better, judging by the performance over the first two weeks. After gaining 2% in the first week to settle above 3,100, the Straits Times Index last week added another 2% with a 61-points rise to 3,173.91, thanks mainly to more signs of economic reopening as well as a benign Wall Stree
Timothy Ho
2021-10-16 15:48:51
4 Winners from the opening of more Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs): SIA; SATS; SIA Engineering; Genting Singapore
On 9 October 2021, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addressed the nation to reiterate the message that Singapore must open its economy to remain competitive in the global world. This applies both domestically and internationally. As part of its plan to reopen the borders, Singapore has introduced eight more Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs), allowing vaccinated people from these countries to enter Singapore without having to serve quarantine. These countries include the U.S, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK. Moving forward, we can also expect more countries to be added to this list as long as Singapore’s healthcare system can cope with the spread of the virus. Vaccinated Travel Lanes are essential for international travellers as they allow travellers to come i
Lionel Loi
2021-09-08 09:22:19
6 Ways To Save Money On Your Next Universal Studios Singapore (USS) Visit
Love it or loathe it, USS is one of the go-to destinations for tourists visiting our sunny island, with its world-famous attractions like Battlestar Galactica and Transformers thrill rides, as well as being the venue of popular annual events like the upcoming Halloween Horror Nights. At the same time, there is also a perception that visiting USS is a costly affair, so we locals tend to shy away from the park and spend our leisure time on less expensive activities. However, having an enjoyable time at USS does not have to be that expensive. Here are 6 ways how you can save money on your next visit and still have a great time! #1 Avoid Buying Drinks In USS All that walking around is bound to leave you thirsty, which means you will need more than just one drink. Given a soft drink
2021-01-03 12:11:29
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020 The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 379.02 points or 11.8% lower at 2843.81 in 2020.(compared to 3222.83 on 31-Dec-2019)Top Performers in 2020: Keppel DC REIT, Venture Corp, Mapletree Logistics Trust, Wilmar International & Mapletree Industrial Trust. Least Performers in 2020: Singapore Airlines, Jardine Cycle & Carriage, SingTel, ComfortDelGro. Most Volatile: Keppel DC REIT, Singapore Airlines, Sembcorp Industries. The STI's 30 constituent stocks are: ASCENDAS REIT (A17U.SI); CAPITALAND (C31.SI); VENTURE CORPORATION (V03.SI); CITY DEVELOPMENTS (C09.SI); SINGAPORE EXCHANGE LIMITED (S68.SI); UOB (U11.SI); SEMBCORP INDUSTRIES (U96.SI); DBS GROUP (D05.SI); SINGTEL (Z74.SI); GENTING SINGAPORE (G13.SI); THAI BEVERAGE (Y92.SI);
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The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
2020-09-08 23:57:44
If I Had To Choose - STI ETF or One of its Components?
It has been a while since I wrote so often. While I talked about the Risk of Investing in ETF in the last post, I particularly mention about STI ETF. So I thought I should clarify my position and also address a particular question that I believe members of my Fundamental Scorecard Telegram Group will be interested (And maybe you who are reading this post). While everyone is busy looking at the US market tonight, I am writing about STI ETF. While everyone is raving about S&P 500 rising from the dead, here I am writing about STI ETF which is trying to go lower everyday. To start off, I don’t disagree in investing in US markets now. In fact, I encourage it. But one must make the purchase with the mindset that “this could be a permanent loss of capital” (Atas sentence cause I watch

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