SGX Listed Stock

HI-P INTERNATIONAL LIMITED (SGX:H17)


SGD 1.440
+0.010 / +0.70%
Share Price as of: 2019-07-19 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1O83915098
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Information Technology / Technology Hardware & Equipment / Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components


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Sim Kang Heong
2019-06-09 10:59:51
4 Stocks This Week (China Focus) [7 June 2019] Hi-P; China Aviation; Ying Li; CapitaLand Retail China Trust
Amid the trade dispute with the United States, China’s economy has slowed, with both industrial output and retail sales growth declining sharply. In April, industrial output growth dropped to 5.4%, compared to 8.5% in March. Retail sales rose by 7.2%, compared to a 8.7% increase in March, and the lowest in more than ten years. The FTSE ST China Index is a subset of the FTSE ST All-Share Index, comprising stocks that have reported either at least 50% of their revenues from Mainland China, or reported at least 50% of their operating assets are located in Mainland China. The 19 constituents of the index have a combined market capitalisation of more than $60 billion. From January to May 2019, the index’s 5 best-performing constituents averaged a total return of about 22%. These are Hi-P In
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Lim Si Jie
2019-03-28 11:53:14
3 Strategies After A Disappointing Earnings Season
The latest earnings season was a disappointment, to say the least. Multiple sectors such as banks, property, telco and O&G saw earnings cut due to slowing global growth and US-China trade war. As a result, earnings growth was slashed for FY19. This contributed to the fall in STI from its February high of 3,286. Going forward, DBS is expecting STI to stay around the support area of 3,180 with a bull-case forecast of 3,500 by end of the year. Investors Takeaway: 3 Strategies After A Disappointing Quarter By DBS For investors, the deepening cuts point to a worrying sign of things to come in the upcoming quarters. So, how should investors adjust their investment strategy to avoid underperformance in the upcoming month? According to DBS, there are three strategies that investors should cons
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el15
2019-03-27 16:21:17
S&P500 logged its largest one day fall since Jan. Buy more, or head to the exit? (27 Mar 2019)
Dear readers, Last Fri, S&P500 logged its largest one day fall since 3 Jan 2019, due in part to the weak European PMI and the yield curve inversion between U.S. 3-month bill and 10-year note yields. At the time of writing this, Dow closed 0.55% higher on Tues as U.S. 10 year bond yields stabilise. Is last Fri’s fall the precursor to something more serious? Or it is a false alarm?   First things first, what are the reasons for the sharp rally since late Dec? S&P500 has rallied approximately 20.1%, or 471 points from the intra-day low of 2,347 on 26 Dec 2018 to close 2,818 on 26 Mar 2019. This sharp rally may be attributed to some of the following factors a) Fed Chair Jerome Powell said on 4 Jan 2019 that he would be flexible / patient on interest rate. i.e. dovish; b) Most U.S. c





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