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SGD 0.280
+0.005 / +1.82%
Share Price as of: 2019-12-12 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG2C45963924
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Capital Goods / Construction and Engineering

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ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
2019-11-12 17:33:54
Corporate Result -- Oct/Nov 2019
1. SPH REIT  --  10th Oct 20192. Kep Infra Trust  --  14th Oct 20193. Kep DC REIT  --  15th Oct 20194. Kep Pac Oak US REIT  -- 15th Oct 20195. MapletreeCom Trust  --  15th Oct 20196. Kep REIT  --  16th Oct 20197. Kep Corp  --  17th Oct 20198. SPH  --  17th Oct 20199. CapitaMall Trust  --  21st Oct 201910. Mapletreelog Trust  --  21st Oct 201911. MapletreeInd Trust  --  22nd Oct 201912. FrasersCom Trust  --  22nd Oct 201913. Frasers Cpt Trust  --  23rd Oct 201914. Suntec REIT  --  23rd Oct 201915. CapitaCom Trust  --  23rd Oct 201916. SGX  --  24th Oct 201917. MNACT  --  25th Oct 201918. CapitaR China Trust  --  25th O
The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-10-08 15:39:18
4 Companies That Cut Their Dividends Recently
No investor likes to experience the pain of a dividend cut. However, this phenomenon is almost impossible to avoid as businesses go through ups and downs according to the ebb and flow of the economy. Companies cut dividends for a variety of reasons, ranging from the need to conserve more cash for a rainy day, poorer profitability due to decreased demand for their products and services, and also preparation for a large merger and acquisition. Investors need to analyse the underlying reasons for the reduction in dividends as not all such events are negative by nature. A reduction in dividends can help prepare the company for rough weather ahead and conserve precious cash, but there are also cases where a decrease in dividends marks the start of a long, painful decline in business performanc
The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-09-20 09:18:27
4 Signs to Assess If an Economic Downturn Is Imminent
Many companies’ fortunes are inextricably tied to the economy, as they rely on supply chains and consumer demand to power their business activities. Investors who are vigilant should be able to pick out signs of corporate weakness just by observing the financials and metrics and reading up on the management discussion and analyses (MD&A). Here are four clear indicators that can serve investors well as they watch out for red flags impacting the economy. Note that some of these aspects may be company or industry-specific, but if a majority of companies report such attributes, investors can probably conclude that a weakened economy is to blame. 1. Lower profits or profits turning to losses When companies start to report lower year-on-year profits, this is a sign that economic indic
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Royston Yang
2019-09-09 09:19:37
3 Companies With Strong Cash-Generating Abilities
Investors should remember that investing is not always smooth-sailing and that businesses will face constant ups and downs even as they enjoy multi-year growth. As companies report their results on a quarterly basis, there is even more “lumpiness” in revenue and profits due to the timing of recognition of various parcels of work or contracts. The important thing is not to fixate solely on the profit figure, but to also cast a critical eye on the cash flow generation capability of the company. As profits may fluctuate depending on revenue recognition principles, cash flow is generally a better method to assess if a business is doing well. After all, cash represents the lifeblood of the business, and consistent free cash flow (FCF) generation is the hallmark of a great business

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