SGX Listed Stock

CHINA AVIATION OIL(S) CORP LTD (SGX:G92)


SGD 1.260
-0.020 / -1.56%
Share Price as of: 2019-02-15 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1T06929205
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Energy / Energy / Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels


China Aviation Oil Blogger ArticlesCHINA AVIATION OIL(S) CORP LTD Blogger Articles SGX Listed CHINA AVIATION OIL(S) CORP LTD (SGX:G92) Blogger Articles G92.SI Blogger Articles
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-12-26 12:08:35
3 Things You Should Know About This Company Which Has Fallen 37% from Its 52-Week High and Has a Dividend Yield of 4%
China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corp Ltd’s (SGX: G92) share price has fallen 37% from its 52-week high price of S$1.69 to S$1.06 currently. At the current share price, it sports a dividend of 4.2%. Is the company fundamentally strong? Let’s find out by looking at its key historical financial figures in three parts below. But before that, here’s a quick background on the company. The business China Aviation Oil is the largest physical jet fuel trader in the Asia-Pacific region and is a key supplier of imported jet fuel to the civil aviation industry in China. The firm is also involved in trading of jet fuel and other oil products. Revenue and profit We will start with the income statement. This statement, also known as profit and loss statement, shows us how much revenue the company br
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-12-24 15:07:24
Why Investors Should Not Ignore China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corp Ltd
China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corp Ltd (SGX: G92) is the largest physical jet fuel trader in the Asia-Pacific region and is a key supplier of imported jet fuel to the civil aviation industry in China. The firm is also involved in trading of jet fuel and other oil products. China Aviation Oil’s share price closed at S$1.09 on Friday. At that price, the company is selling near its 52-week intraday low of S$1.07. China Aviation Oil’s shares could have been hit due to the ongoing trade conflict between the US and China. However, investors may want to take a second look on China Aviation Oil as it has a monopolistic position as the sole importer of bonded jet fuel into China. The company also has a 33% stake in the exclusive jet fuel refueller in Shanghai Pudong International Airport, the
The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-12-05 16:56:10
These Companies Could Benefit From The China-US Trade Truce
Is the worst of the trade conflict finally behind us? On Monday, stock markets in Asia reacted positively to the announcement that the United States and China have agreed not to impose further tariffs on each other for 90 days. China is hoping that the US will remove tariffs imposed in July, while the White House said that talks will take place to resolve specific US complaints such as “forced technology transfer” within the next 90 days. If the trade conflict does resolve, it will certainly be good news for investors around the world. Lower trade barriers mean more efficient use of resources and larger markets for companies around the world in a time where trade has become a major part of the world economy. While the lifting of trade tariffs do not directly impact Singapore,





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