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HUTCHISON PORT HOLDINGS TRUST (SGX:NS8U)


USD 0.160
+0.002 / +1.27%
Share Price as of: 2019-11-12 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG2D00968206
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Transportation / Transportation Infrastructure


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sgwealthbuilder
2019-09-21 21:15:27
Mapletree Commercial Trust (MCT) share price on fire!
There you go. The protracted Hong Kong protests claimed its first casualty among the prestigious Straits Times Index (STI) when it was announced on 5 September 2019 that Hutchison Port Holding Trust (HPH) will be booted out of the index. Replacing HPH Trust will be Mapletree Commerical Trust (MCT). The move should be a bid to contain the fallout from the Hong Kong protests. And it is not difficult to see why HPH Trust was chosen for the axe. Currently, Hong Kong stocks make up 20% of the STI constituents. Other than HPH Trust (which was backed by the famous Li Ka Shing), the other five Hong Kong counters are all linked to the conglomerate Jardine Group – Hong Kong Land, Dairy Farm, Jardine C&C, JMH and JSH. Between HPH Trust and the Jardine Group, the obvious candidate to be dropped
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Tom K
2019-09-20 07:20:40
HUTCHISON PORT HOLDINGS TRUST: WILL IT STILL RALLY UP?
Dear readers, HUTCHISON PORT HOLDINGS TRUST had a nice rally yesterday, closing the trading day higher at $0.174 per share which was a respectable 8.7% gain from its 18 September 2019 closing price. So what has caused the rally in HUTCHISON PORT HOLDINGS TRUST? Well, a quick scan of the internet did not lead to… Continue reading HUTCHISON PORT HOLDINGS TRUST: WILL IT STILL RALLY UP? The post HUTCHISON PORT HOLDINGS TRUST: WILL IT STILL RALLY UP? appeared first on SG STOCKS INVESTING.
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-19 11:14:29
3 Companies That Have Given Shareholders Reasons to Smile
Last week, investors were finally given reason to cheer as China and the United States made peace-making gestures. Besides this, there was also some good news for investors of some Singapore-listed companies. Here are three companies that gave investors reason to smile. AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX: AWX) The semiconductor test handler provider announced that it has received S$280 million orders for delivery in 2019 and upped its guidance for full-year revenue to between S$285 million and S$305 million. This is an increase from its earlier announcement of S$255 million sales orders for delivery in 2019 and its previous guidance of between S$265 million and S$280 million. On the low end of its guidance and taking into account its first-half-year results, that translates to revenue of S$129.4 milli
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Sudhan P.
2019-09-16 18:27:44
3 Singapore Dividend Shares I Wouldn’t Touch in 2020 and Beyond
A high dividend-yielding company is always sure to attract many investors. However, not all companies with high dividend yields are great. Some have high yields due to poor business fundamentals, and that could result in falling dividend payouts in the future. The following three companies have got high yields, but I wouldn’t touch them with a ten-foot pole. I explain why below. Company No. 1 The first company on my list is Asian Pay Television Trust (SGX: S7OU). The trust’s business currently centres around its investment in Taiwan Broadband Communications Group, a leading cable operator in Taiwan. Asian Pay Television Trust’s investment mandate, however, is wide-ranging. Its mandate is to “own, operate and maintain mature, cash generative pay-TV and broadband bus
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Tim Phillips
2019-09-13 18:01:11
Chart of the Week: Mapletree Commercial Trust the King of STI REITs
The addition of Mapletree Commercial Trust (SGX: N2IU), or MCT, to Singapore’s Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) – set to take place in late September – was officially announced earlier this week. Surprisingly, given the dominance of REITs in the Singapore stock market, it will only be the fourth REIT to form part of the benchmark index and will replace the champion of shareholder value destruction; Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (SGX: NS8U). The other three REITs; Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust (SGX: A17U), CapitaLand Commercial Trust (SGX: C61U) and CapitaLand Mall Trust (SGX: C38U) are all giants in their own right. Yet, it’s MCT that has outpaced them, not only in 2019 but also over the longer term. Looking at MCT’s five-year returns below ver
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-11 10:31:42
2 Top-Performing REITs That Have Been Added To Key Indices
Globally, real estate investment trusts (REITs) have performed well this year. The low-interest-rate environment and uncertainty surrounding geopolitical events have seen investors flock to the safe havens of REITs. It is, therefore, no surprise to see that two of the three best-performing constituents of the FTSE ST Mid Cap Index over the first eight months of 2019 were REITs. The two REITs were also rewarded with inclusion into key indices that will increase their profile to investors. Mapletree Commercial Trust (SGX: N2IU) will replace Hutchison Port Hldg Trust (SGX: NS8U) in the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), while Frasers Centrepoint Trust (SGX: J69U) will become part of the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index Series.  Here are some things to note about the Mapletree Com
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-09-10 21:40:22
HPH Trust in bloodbath with Temasek Holdings
It is case of lightning strike twice for Temasek Holdings! Investors of HPH Trust must be left punching the wall as the unit price of the business trust collapsed following the announcement of HPH Trust being given the boot from the prestigious Straits Times Index (STI) on 5 September 2019. Temasek Holdings is a major shareholder in both HPH Trust and Asian Pay TV Trust. In 2018, unit price of Asian Pay TV Trust plunged after the business trust announced massive cut in distribution. For HPH Trust, the collapse of its unit price should be triggered by both the violent Hong Kong protests and the recent exit from STI. The exit from STI also came at a bad timing. When SIAEC (2017) and StarHub (2018) were booted out of STI, the share prices went into a tailspin. On this basis, I expect unit pri
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Royston Yang
2019-09-10 07:55:23
5 Singapore REITs That Clocked Up Impressive Double-Digit Returns Year-to-Date
Investors who are looking for exposure to real estate investment trusts (REITs) often look for a myriad of factors when selecting one, such as the sustainability of the distribution per unit (DPU), asset type, occupancy level, and potential growth prospects, to name a few. Such aspects offer assurance that a REIT is well-managed and has strong long-term growth prospects. Singapore Exchange, or SGX, has written on the five best-performing Singapore REITs (S-REITs) in the first seven months of this year (year-to-date). Though unit price performance does not always imply a well-run business, it offers investors a good platform for doing their initial research and due diligence. These five S-REITs below have clocked up an average total return of 47% year-to-date, and this is a very impressive
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-08 12:14:03
The Week in Numbers: Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill
Hong Kong stocks posted its best single-day gain in eight months after leader Carrie Lam said she will withdraw the controversial extradition bill. The Hang Seng Index, a barometer of the Hong Kong stock market surged 4% on the afternoon of Wednesday, 4 September. The Hang Seng index ended the week 4.1% higher at 26,690. However, it still remains 12% below its peak achieved before the protests began. Fitch Ratings have also downgraded Hong Kong as an issuer of long-term debt from AA to AA+. This is the city’s first credit rating downgrade since 1995. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said that they are not expecting a recession in the US. But analysts are still expecting a second interest rate cut in the next policy meeting. The US economy added 130,000 new jobs in August, less than expect
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Dinesh Dayani
2019-09-08 03:22:48
4 Stocks This Week (Actively Traded) [6 September 2019] Mapletree Logistics Trust, Suntec REIT, Mapletree Commercial Trust, Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust
In the first eight months of 2019, Singapore’s benchmark Straits Times Index (STI), comprising the 30 largest and most liquid stocks listed in Singapore, delivered a total return of 4.8%. During this period, Singapore’s 30 most actively traded stocks in the first eight months delivered a total return of 11.5%, or more than double the STI. The top 30 most actively traded stocks comprised 24 stocks from the STI, and six additional stocks: Mapletree Logistics Trust (MLT) Suntec REIT Mapletree Commercial Trust (MCT) Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust (MNACT) AEM Holdings Mapletree Industrial Trust (MINT) The six STI stocks that were not part of the top 30 most actively traded stocks, included: UOL Group SATS Sembcorp Industries Golden Agri-Resources Dairy Farm International Holdings
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Sudhan P.
2019-09-06 14:25:05
Straits Times Index Changes: Hutchison Port Holdings Trust to Be Shipped Out; Mapletree Commercial Trust to Replace
Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (SGX: NS8U) will be booted out of the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), Singapore’s stock market bellwether. Instead, Mapletree Commercial Trust (SGX: N2IU), owner of Singapore’s largest shopping mall VivoCity, will take its place. The changes will be applied after the market close on Friday, 20 September 2019 and will be effective come Monday, 23 September 2019. The index’s co-creators – Singapore Press Holdings Limited, Singapore Exchange Limited, and FTSE Russell – made the announcement yesterday after the stock market closed. The shuffling is part of the September quarterly review of the Straits Times Index (STI). Differing fortunes   Hutchison Port Holdings Trust has not been performing well financially over the pa
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Royston Yang
2019-09-05 09:10:55
4 Metrics That Can Help You Avoid Big Losses When Investing
When analysing companies, investors need to be aware of certain financial metrics. Such metrics provide important information on how a company is performing, and they may also warn of impending deterioration in the business in future periods. Such early warning signs are crucial in helping investors avoid debilitating losses. Risks abound in investing, and one can never be too careful when it comes to identifying warning signs of impending stress. While businesses definitely do face challenges time and again, remember that it is the great ones that manage to overcome adversity and emerge stronger, while the weak or imprudent ones end up falling by the wayside. Here are four important metrics (along with examples) that can help investors avoid big losses. 1. Profit margins Gross and net pr
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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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Sudhan P.
2019-09-03 07:59:53
August Straits Times Index Recap: Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Leads the Market Lower
Most of the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) stocks were in the red last month. In all, 24 components were in negative territory; five were in the green while one – UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) – ended the month unchanged at S$7.35. For the month, the Straits Times Index fell 5.9% to 3,106.5. The biggest loser of the lot was shipbuilder, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings Ltd (SGX: BS6); its shares plunged 36.4% to S$0.91, down from S$1.43 at the end of July. In the middle of last month, Yangzijiang said that Ren Yuanlin, Yangzijiang’s executive chairman and controlling shareholder, is assisting in a confidential investigation carried out by certain government authorities in the country. Is it time to bail out on Yangzijiang’s shares amid the uncertainties? Maybe no
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Dinesh Dayani
2019-08-28 10:14:39
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In Third Quarter 2019
As one of the most popular investments in Singapore, we keep a close eye on the performance of S-REITs. After the corporate earnings announcements each quarter, we compile a comprehensive summary on our REITs Report Card column. How Singapore REITs Share Prices Have Fared In 2019, So Far Before we look at how individual REIT prices have moved, let’s look at the broad S-REIT indices in Singapore. There are two main indices – the iEdge S-REIT Index and the iEdge S-REIT 20 Index. The iEdge S-REIT Index comprises all the REITs listed in Singapore, while the iEdge S-REIT 20 Index, as its name suggests, only comprise the 20 largest and more tradeable REITs on the iEdge S-REIT Index. Read Also: Complete Guide To Investing In Singapore REITs The chart below depicts the iEdge S-REIT Index fluc
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Sudhan P.
2019-08-20 10:13:49
These 3 Blue Chips Are Near Their 52-Week Lows. Are They Cheap?
Uncertainty surrounding the global economy has sent the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) down some 6% thus far in August. That has caused some index shares to sell at their respective 52-week low share prices. Here, let’s explore three blue chips that are selling at the bottom, which could provide some opportunities for contrarian investors to investigate further. The bottom chips The three blue chip shares that are selling near their respective 52-week lows are Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L), Sembcorp Industries Limited (SGX: U96), and Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (SGX: NS8U). Company Share Price 52-Week Low Price Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio Price-to-Book (PB) Ratio Dividend Yield Singapore Airlines S$8.94 S$8.90 16 0.8 3.3% Sembcorp Industries S$2.23 S$2.21 12 0.6 1.
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Sudhan P.
2019-08-19 13:57:34
5 Singapore Blue-Chip Shares with the Highest Dividend Yields
Among the blue-chips shares of the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), there are several companies that possess market-beating dividend yields. Let’s explore the top five blue-chip stocks with the tastiest yields, as of 16 August 2019. Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (SGX: NS8U) steals the top spot with a yield of close to 12%. The yield is even higher than that seen in the earlier part of this month at 9% due to the falling unit price of late. However, dividend investors should be wary about the high yield; the trust’s distribution per unit (DPU) has been plummeting for some time. In 2011, DPU stood at HK$0.377 per unit, but that has declined to just HK$0.17 in 2018. Coming in at the second spot is Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39), or SPH for short. The media giant&rsq
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-08-14 21:28:13
KIT share price to suffer same fate as Hyflux?
Will Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT) do a Hyflux? I have never been a big fan of business trusts. Just take a look at Asian Pay TV Trust (APTT) and Hutchinson Port Holdings (HPH) Trust. The unit price of both business trusts plunged to incredibly abysmal levels in recent years due to declining business fundamentals. Could Keppel Infrastructure be different? Bizarrely, all three business trusts are linked to Temasek Holdings. Even more strange is that there are eerie similarities between Keppel Infrastructure Trust and Hyflux. Like Hyflux, Keppel Infrastructure Trust owns just one power-plant (Keppel Merlimau Cogen Plant), which has been making huge losses and still counting. Similar to the ill-fated Hyflux, Keppel Infrastructure Trust issued $300 million 4.75% Perpetual Bonds. Oh yes, K





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