SGX Listed Stock

HONGKONG LAND HOLDINGS LIMITED (SGX:H78)


USD 5.700
-0.050 / -0.87%
Share Price as of: 2019-09-16 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / BMG4587L1090
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Real Estate / Real Estate / Real Estate Management and Development


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The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2019-09-06 20:24:15
Is It a Good Time to Buy Hong Kong Stocks?
To say that Hong Kong stocks have been volatile the last few months would be a massive understatement. The Hang Seng Index, a barometer of the Hong Kong stock market, has had wild swings this year. It made impressive gains in the first half of 2019, from around 25,130 to a peak of close to 30,160. But political unrests and protests in the city have rocked investor sentiment. Since the protests began in the city, the Hang Seng Index has shed around 12%. This week, though, there was some reprieve as Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced the withdrawal of the hugely unpopular extradition bill. Buoyed by the news, investors flooded the market, pushing the Hang Seng Index up 4% on Tuesday, the day the news broke, marking the biggest single-day gain since November 2018.  Long-term impact?
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Lawrence Nga
2019-09-06 09:23:29
Like Singtel? This Singapore Blue Chip Might Be a Better Long-Term Investment
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) shares the Singapore telecom spotlight with M1 Ltd and StarHub Ltd. The company’s share price has declined significantly over the last few years. Given its lower share price, investors might be attracted to the company now. Clearly, Singtel is a good candidate for further research given the negative sentiments. Yet, it’s not the only company worth considering. Let’s look at one company that might be an even better investment than Singtel, especially over the long run. The contender The company we’re talking about is Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited (SGX: J36), a conglomerate with interest in the web of Jardine companies that include Jardine Strategic Holdings Limited (SGX: J37), Jardine Cycle & Car
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David Kuo
2019-09-05 19:31:32
Quick Thought Of The Week: Trust
Did you notice how quickly markets recovered their mojo when Donald Trump told the media at one of the G7 press conferences in Biarritz that China had called to make a deal? He said China desperately wants to make a deal. He embellished it generously with his usual hyperbole that China is hurting, China s stealing billions of dollars from America, China is losing millions of jobs and that China is paying billions in US-imposed tariffs. Every man and his dog who was watching probably knew that no such phone call had either been made or received. Nor was China desperate about doing a deal. If anything, China is quite happy to sit on its hands…. …. but that didn’t stop traders from pushing up stock market index futures. Like Pavlov’s dog, they react with utmost pred
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Chong Ser Jing
2019-09-05 11:10:28
Better Buy: City Developments vs. Hongkong Land
Two of the largest property development and investment companies in Singapore’s stock market are City Developments Limited (SGX: C09) and Hongkong Land Holdings Limited (SGX: H78). Unfortunately, both have produced lacklustre returns for their investors over the past five years. Adjusting for dividends, City Developments’ shares have generated a paltry gain of 3.6%, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence, while Hongkong Land’s shares have produced a slight loss of 2.6%. Singapore’s stock market benchmark, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), has climbed by 12.5% in the same period, even after including gains from dividends. So it’s clear that both real estate giants have not given much reasons for their long-time investors to smile. But which of t
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Sudhan P.
2019-09-05 10:54:36
This Singapore Blue Chip Rallied 8% Yesterday. Is it Still Worth Buying?
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam yesterday announced that her government would formally withdraw an extradition bill that started massive protests in the territory. Earlier in the day, the Hang Seng Index (HSI) soared almost 4% on reports that the bill is set to be removed. Well-known Hong Kong companies such as railway operator MTR and flag carrier Cathay Pacific jumped 6.4% and 5.3%, respectively. Over in Singapore, one company with a strong focus on Hong Kong rallied as well. And that company is none other than Hongkong Land Holdings Limited (SGX: H78), a property group with assets mainly in the Special Administrative Region (SAR). Hongkong Land’s shares soared 8.3% to US$5.89 yesterday. Despite the rally, the company’s shares still look cheap. Let’s find out why. Behind t
Singapore Stocks Investing
Tom K
2019-09-04 23:11:31
WILL HONGKONG LAND STOCK FURTHER RALLY NEXT?
Dear readers, HongKong Land was the star performer of the STI constituent stocks as well as of Singapore stocks as a whole yesterday as the stock rocketed 8.27% to close at $5.89 as Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced plans to repeal the much scrutinised extradition bill. Since reading a multi-year low of $5.16 on… Continue reading WILL HONGKONG LAND STOCK FURTHER RALLY NEXT? The post WILL HONGKONG LAND STOCK FURTHER RALLY NEXT? appeared first on SG STOCKS INVESTING.
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-03 10:48:29
11 Singapore-Listed Shares Likely to Be Affected by the Chinese Yuan Devaluation
The Chinese yuan slumped to an 11-year low on Monday, 26 September to around 7.1425 to the US dollar. This was touted to be China’s retaliation to the US imposing more tariffs on Chinese products. Because of that, the Chinese yuan has also weakened considerably against the Singapore dollar over the last year. As of the time of writing, one Singapore dollar can be exchanged for 5.16 Chinese yuan, as compared to 4.98 just a year ago. The sudden devaluation of the Chinese currency will definitely have a knock-on effect on numerous Singapore-listed China companies that report their earnings and pay dividends in Singapore dollars. With that said, here are some companies that will be negatively affected by China’s currency devaluation. China-focused REITs There are a number of REITs
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-03 08:19:47
3 Companies to Watch Closely Due to Hong Kong Protests
Economists are predicting that the unrest in Hong Kong might have a long-term impact on the economy. Allen Morrison, Professor of Global Management at Arizona State University wrote recently that: “Companies have historically chosen to set up shop in Hong Kong both because of its desirable location and its perception as a haven where the rule of law is strong, particularly compared with China. That’s been changing as more international businesses opt to move their headquarters to the mainland as its economic power has grown. If China seeks to resolve the protests by taking more control over Hong Kong – which would likely erode its attractive legal environment – multinational companies would have one less reason to keep the city as their regional foothold. What ha
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-08-28 10:48:11
Hongkong Land Holdings Limited’s Shares Are on Sale Now
Hongkong Land Holdings Limited  (SGX: H78), or HK Land, operates in the property sector. It is mainly involved in the property development, investment and management business. Its property businesses are spread across China, Southeast Asia and in its home base of Hong Kong. Recently, the stock tanked by 27% from its 52 weeks high price of US$7.53, mainly driven by the turmoil in Hong Kong. I think the challenges in Hong Kong will have an impact on HK Land’s business. But to what extent the impact will be is something that nobody can really answer. What I do know is that the company is currently trading at an extremely attractive valuation. Historical metrics One way to look at valuation is to compare its current valuation metric to its historical metric. Let’s consider a
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
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2019-08-23 20:56:14
Jardine Matheson Holdings (SGX: J36) - Valuations Getting Attractive BUT.....
Jardine Matheson Holdings (SGX: J36) has been on a tear this year, dropping by as much as 23% in 2019, mainly due to the intensifying global trade tension, protests in Hongkong and slowing businesses in particular the auto sales, putting the company as one of the worst performer in the STI index.As a contrarian investor myself, I became interested in the company when the share price keeps falling, which means valuations are getting cheaper in relative to its earnings.But as an investor with limited resources, is now the best time to put our money into the company?Company's BackgroundFounded in 1832, Jardine Matheson Holdings became one of the trading houses that shaped the early days of Hong Kong's development. It moved its stock listing to Singapore thereafter in the early 1990s.The compa
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Sudhan P.
2019-08-22 13:45:37
Top 10 Singapore Shares to Buy in 2020
The Singapore stock market is home to many quality companies. Here are ten of my favourite shares listed on the SGX that you can consider buying in 2020 and beyond (listed in alphabetical order). 1. DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05) DBS is Singapore’s largest bank with its tentacles spread out in many of the growing Asian nations, including China and India. In 2019, the bank was named by Euromoney as the “World’s Best Bank” – not an easy feat considering the competition it has the world over. Its established and growing presence in Greater China, South Asia, and Southeast Asia allows it to capture growth in this dynamic part of world for many years to come. 2. Haw Par Corporation Ltd (SGX: H02) Haw Par owns the widely-recognised Tiger Balm brand, a pain rel
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Sim Kang Heong
2019-08-04 11:23:36
4 Stocks This Week (Hong Kong Focus) [2 Aug 2019] – Tan Chong; Yunnan Energy; Jardine C&C; Hongkong Land
This weekend sees the 9th consecutive weekend of unrest in Hong Kong, as the world watches in concern while both sides undertake increasingly violent actions. Born out of protest over a proposed extradition bill, the goals of this movement has now expanded to encompass self-governance and universal suffrage. For this week’s 4 Stocks This Week, we examine 4 SGX-listed companies with headquarters or significant businesses in Hong Kong. Read Also: 4 Stocks This Week (In The News) [5 July 2019] Ascott REIT; ST Group Food; SIA Engineering; Sembcorp Marine Tan Chong International (SGX: T15) With a history of more than 50 years, Tan Chong International is a Hong Kong-based investment holding company that is primarily involved in motor vehicle distribution, though it also has businesses in large





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