SGX Listed Stock

HONGKONG LAND HOLDINGS LIMITED (SGX:H78)


HONGKONG LAND HOLDINGS LIMITED (SGX:H78) @ SGinvestors.io
USD 4.900
-0.010 / -0.20%
Share Price as of: 2022-06-24 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / BMG4587L1090
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Real Estate / Real Estate / Real Estate Management and Development


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Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2022-06-25 23:40:30
5 Stock Actions for 5 Black Swans (五内如焚)
Over the past 2 years of pandemic, global stock markets have been experiencing roller-coaster rides, down and up and down … mainly due to these 5 black swans with high uncertainties in cyclic manner: 1) COVID19 Pandemic 2) Supply Chain Disruption 3) Interest Rate 4) Inflation 5) Russian-Ukraine War Global stock markets experienced mini dotcom bubble with over 30%-50% major correction in technology stocks, especially in US Nasdaq and Hong Kong. Both long term investors and short term traders are worried of high inflation over 8%, interest rate hike (may exceed 3% in 1 year), Russia-Ukraine War (higher commodity prices), supply chain disruptions and endless COVID19 cases (over 2 years) which contribute to declining stock prices. These 5 black swans (五内如焚) may
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2022-06-25 23:38:37
Top 4 Crisis Defender Dividend Stocks (抗压存股)
Global stock markets experienced mini dotcom bubble with over 30%-50% major correction in technology stocks, especially in US Nasdaq and Hong Kong. Both long term investors and short term traders are worried of high inflation over 8%, interest rate hike (may exceed 3% in 1 year), Russia-Ukraine War (higher commodity prices) which contribute to declining stock prices. A potential black swan may spread the fears in technology stocks to most sectors, resulting in a global financial crisis. Instead of worrying about uncertain markets, a smart investor and trader may consider strong dividend giant stocks with protection by defensive sector business, a natural way to hedge against high inflation with interest rate hike while collecting growing passive incomes in a steady way. In recen
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Dinesh Dayani
2022-05-24 15:30:09
SPDR STI ETF VS Nikko AM STI ETF: What’s The Difference Between These 2 STI ETFs Listed On The SGX?
For those new to investing, putting your money in a benchmark country index is one of the easiest and safest ways to begin your journey. In Singapore, the benchmark index is the Straits Times Index (STI), and there are two STI ETFs – SPDR STI ETF and Nikko AM STI ETF – that we can invest in. What Is A Benchmark Index? A benchmark index of a country usually refers to the largest and most liquid stocks listed on its stock market. In Singapore, the Straits Times Index (STI) is made up of the 30 largest (by market capitalisation) stocks listed in Singapore. Combined, these companies comprise approximately 80% of the entire market value of stocks listed in Singapore. Hence, how the 30 stocks on the STI performs is representative of how the Singapore market performs. The STI is co
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Timothy Ho
2022-04-02 17:18:00
Singapore Companies Listed On NYSE: Sea; Grab; PropertyGuru
In our financially connected world, financial exchanges are no longer just marketplaces that serve companies and investors from a specific country or region. For example, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) includes many foreign listed companies such as Yangzijiang (SGX: BS6), Thai Beverage (SGX: Y92) and Hongkong Land (SGX: H78). Similarly, Singapore companies can also list on overseas financial exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The NYSE is an American stock exchange that is also the world’s largest stock exchange by market capitalisation. Top companies around the world such as Alibaba, Berkshire Hathaway, JP Morgan and Visa are all listed on the NYSE. Besides American (and some Chinese) companies, there is also a small handful of Singapore companies that we can find on the
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2022-02-26 20:00:56
4 Undervalue-Growth-Dividend Giant Stocks in Singapore and US (股海四宝)
It may be a dream for an investor to find an all-rounded stock with strong business fundamental and growing share prices with regular dividends as passive income (monthly / quarterly / half-yearly) for long term investing or short term trading. In this Dr Tee 2hr video education (4 Undervalue + Growth + Dividend Giant Stocks in Singapore and US), you will learn:1) US and Singapore Stock Market Outlook – Short term, medium term & long term2) LOFTP Investing Strategies for Growth Investing and Momentum Trading – Level Analysis (L1 Stock, L1 Sector, L3 Country, L4 World) – Optimism Analysis (0-100%) – Fundamental Analysis (Strong / Weak) – Technical Analysis (Follow-trend / Counter-trend) – Personal Analysis (Short Term Trad
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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
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sgwealthbuilder
2021-12-22 09:57:02
Jardine C&C share price to storm back in 2022?
Year End Special Offer! And then, there are left with four of them. With the delisting of Jardine Strategic from SGX in April 2021, the four affiliated members of the Jardine Matheson group remains in Straits Times Index (STI) – HongKong Land, Dairy Farm, Jardine Matheson Holdings and Jardine C&C. These four “Hong Kong Heavenly Kings” had dominated STI for years and are all part of the Jardine Matheson Group. Recently, a Lifetime Member has requested me to do a research on Jardine C&C share price, which I will gladly do so in this article. Previously, I had written an article on HongKong Land. For many Singaporeans, Cycle and Carriage needs no introduction. The company is the authorized dealer for automotive brands like Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Kia and etc. Their business i
SIAS
sias
2021-11-07 16:57:52
Bank earnings, consecutive all-time highs on Wall St help STI gain 1.4%
The STI added 44 points or 1.4% at 3,242.34 Gains were usually not broad-based, liquidity remained thin Wall St’s push to fresh all-time highs provided external impetus DBS, UOB and OCBC’s better-than-expected earnings provided internal impetus US Fed announced its tapering plans, no intention of rate increases yet Supply chain bottlenecks appear to be easing A record-breaking Wall St helped boost sentiment After hovering around 3,200 in the first half of the week, the Straits Times Index enjoyed a boost from consecutive all-time highs on Wall Street to push upwards in the second half. A 22.65-points jump on Friday following the closure of the market for Thursday’s Deepavali public holiday meant the index posted a 44-points or 1.4% gain at 3,242.34. The Jardine group and the banks
SIAS
sias
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





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