SGX Listed Stock

OVERSEA-CHINESE BANKING CORP (SGX:O39)


SGD 8.610
+0.120 / +1.41%
Share Price as of: 2020-05-26 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1S04926220
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Banks / Banks


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DollarsAndSense.sg
Jude Tan
2020-05-14 12:02:38
Here’s Why The OCBC YES! Debit Card Could Be The Perfect Cashback Debit Card For You
In the not-so-distant past, students and those who don’t meet minimum income requirements to apply for a credit card, they typically miss out on discounts and perks on their spending. Fortunately, there are now debit cards introduced to serve this market that offer debit card users similar benefits and privileges that credit card users enjoy, such as the ability to earn cash rebates and airline miles. One of these cards is the OCBC YES! Debit Card, which has been refreshed with a 1% rebate on daily spending, including transport, online shopping, as well as purchases at convenience stores and fast food joints. This rebate applies to all existing OCBC YES! cardmembers and new card users with a minimum spend of $400 in Visa transactions, with no limit to how much in rebates
The Asia Report Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-05-01 19:10:20
3 Key Takeaways from DBS Q1 2020 Results
Earning season for Singapore Banks have started and this will be a particularly important one. Banks will be reporting their Q1 results and DBS was the first to report their Q1 earnings earlier this week. More importantly, the 3 local banks will also be talking about the impact of COVID-19 on their business and impact on current loan book. I was looking forward not only to the assessment of the COVID-19 situation and the government relief measures on DBS’s business operations, but also its view on the impact on different sectors of the economy. After all, as a key provider of credit to the sector, it has a front row view on the ensuing damage that the COVID-19 virus and Circuit Breaker is having on our economy. Here are some of the key takeaways: 1.  DBS Group reported net profit of S
Singapore Stocks Investing
Tom K
2020-04-30 09:47:53
TWELVE STRAITS TIMES INDEX (STI) STOCKS: CHEAP TO BUY NOW?
Dear readers, there are twelve Straits Times Index (STI) stocks which have fared the worst in the previous month. The twelve STI stocks with their 4-week % price change are as follows: CityDev (-0.13%) UOL(-0.44%) SIA(-0.66%) DBS(-2.46%) Ascendas Reit(-2.52%) OCBC Bank(-2.92%) UOB(-3.22%) JMH USD(-3.34%) CapitaLand(-4.41%) Mapletree Com Trust(- 6.88%) CapitaCom Trust(-8.33%) CapitaMall Trust(-9.68%) Are the... The post TWELVE STRAITS TIMES INDEX (STI) STOCKS: CHEAP TO BUY NOW? appeared first on SG STOCKS INVESTING: SAVINGS, GRATITUDE (SG) & STOCKS INVESTING! SAVE MORE, BE GRATEFUL AND INVEST BETTER!.
The Asia Report Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-04-08 12:07:42
Will SG Banks Follow UK In Suspending Dividends like HSBC?
In my recent webinars, I have often been asked whether Singapore Banks will suspend their dividends. This follows news that the European Banks suspending dividends in order to shore up their balance sheet. Closer to home, the UK regulator ordered UK Banks not to pay dividends… which had an implication on HSBC & Standard Chartered as they are headquartered there. Shareholders are threatening to sue but that seems like a long shot. Today, MAS announced several important points regarding the issue of dividends of which I will highlight the important points here: MAS urged banks to utilise their capital buffers as appropriate to support their lending activities and flagged that “sustaining lending activities should take priority over discretionary distributions”. But Sing
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-04-02 07:21:11
COVID-19’s Impact On The STI: How Singapore’s Strongest Stocks Are Faring – And Should You Invest Now?
The 1st quarter of 2020 was not so great for stocks as the severity of COVID-19 global spread became apparent. Actually, according to CNN, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), which began in 1896 and is one of the oldest and most watched indexes, just closed out its worst ever quarterly start to a year, dropping 23.2% It should come as no surprise that the strongest stocks in Singapore have also been significantly impacted. In the 1st quarter of 2020, the STI has fallen an even steeper 24.3%. On top of that it doesn’t even take into consideration that the US dollar has gained nearly 6.6% against the Singapore dollar in the 1st quarter of 2020. Read Also: What Past Market Crashes Can Teach Investors About The 2020 Crash That We’re Currently In By the time you read this, Singapore
The Asia Report Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-03-28 21:18:19
What’s the impact of Resilience Budget on SG Banks? (DBS, UOB, OCBC)
The government response to the COVID-19 outbreak so far has amounted to SGD 54.8 billion – about of 11% of GDP. The economy is entering uncharted waters, and the level of stimulus is unprecedented as Singapore faces both acute supply and demand shocks. The Impact of These Measures on Singapore Banks When you invest into banks like Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (SGX:O39), United Overseas Bank Ltd  (SGX:U11) & Dbs Group Holdings Ltd (SGX:D05) you are not only investing in them directly but also indirectly the quality of governance and the strength of the regulator. The SG Government has often acted to reduce potential bubbles from being formed (e.g. cooling measures to dampen the en-bloc cycle). In this instance, they are acting to blunt the economic fallout from what maybe Sin
Singapore Stocks Investing
Tom K
2020-03-20 06:52:53
DBS, OCBC Bank, UOB STOCKS: WHICH IS A BETTER BUY NOW?
Dear readers, DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB stock have been heading lower in stock prices alike many other Singapore stocks. So just how have these local biggest banking stocks been faring in light of the current stocks markets backdrop? Well, without further ado, let me share with you the below. DBS stock is now trading... The post DBS, OCBC Bank, UOB STOCKS: WHICH IS A BETTER BUY NOW? appeared first on SG STOCKS INVESTING: SAVINGS, GRATITUDE (SG) & STOCKS INVESTING! SAVE MORE, BE GRATEFUL AND INVEST BETTER!.
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Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-03-16 23:27:17
Cyclic Investing Stock: DBS Bank
DBS Bank (SGX: D05) is the largest bank in Southeast Asia, an iconic national bank of Singapore with Temasek as major shareholder (29% ownership). DBS also owns POSB, a common people’s bank in Singapore. DBS is a cyclical stock, performance depends on economic cycle and global stock market cycle, sensitive to changes in global central banks interest rates. Due to Coronavirus induced stock market crash over the past 1 month, the Fed has decided to cut US bank interest rates, firstly by 0.5%, then again by another 1%, dropping to historical low of 0-0.5%, hoping to stimulate and sustain the current US economy. Global central banks include Singapore are expected to follow the footstep to lower the domestic interest rates. In general, banks have several ways to make money, the
The Asia Report Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-03-13 12:30:46
[Webinar] Are Singapore Banks Undervalued? Market Review and More…
Plenty has happened in the last week. Readers (even for ones who don’t follow the stock market) will have had seen the headline news of markets plunging all around the world. In tomorrows webinar, I will be covering: Review of DBS, UOB & OCBC Bank Results Latest thoughts on Coronavirus and Impact on World Economy Discussion on Interest Rates Cut & Impact on Bank’s Bottom Lines Crash of Oil Prices = Recession / 2016 Slowdown (Deja vu?) Are Singapore Banks cheap at today’s prices? These are topics we will be covering in our upcoming Singapore Banks Webinar tomorrow 12th March 2020 at 8:30pm. Register now These are all highly topical issues and I have had to revise my slides several times just to keep up what’s happening! There are only limited spots availab
Create Wealth Through Long-Term Investing and Short-Term Trading
Createwealth8888
2020-03-04 21:49:35
Investors pile in on Reits after Fed rate cut; STI up 0.2% on Wednesday
Read? Investors pile in on Reits after Fed rate cut; STI up 0.2% on WednesdayINVESTORS piled in on Singapore real estate investment trusts (S-Reits) after the US Federal Reserve's 50-basis-point emergency rate cut to boost confidence in the economy amid the Covid-19 outbreak.On Wednesday, Reits - often viewed as key beneficiaries of reduced borrowing costs - outperformed the broader market. The iEdge S-REIT Index, which tracks all S-Reits, gained 47.4 points or 3.3 per cent to 1,468.78, its biggest ever single day jump.Within the asset class, industrial- and retail-related Reits performed best. Heavyweights Ascendas Reit climbed S$0.13 or 4.1 per cent to S$3.33, CapitaLand Commercial Trust jumped S$0.11 or 5.7 per cent to S$2.03 and CapitaLand Mall Trust leapt S$0.12 or 5.1 per cent t
DollarsAndSense.sg
Geraldine Mark
2020-02-12 11:28:27
PayNow vs Pay Anyone vs PayLah: What’s The Difference – And Which Should You Use?
It’s important to know the differences that distinguish each payment service and platform. Apart from restrictions, knowing how each cashless payment method or platform works allows you to make the most out of every dollar spent. If you’re unsure about the difference between PayNow, Pay Anyone and PayLah!, here’s a handy guide to help you learn more about each payment method and which you should use. Read Also: Beginners’ Guide To Cashless Payment Platforms In Singapore #1 PayNow PayNow is a free funds-transfer service that allows you to transfer money with your recipient’s mobile number or NRIC/FIN number or a QR code. This feature is unlocked if those details are registered and linked to the payee’s bank account number. The payee can receive funds via PayNow as long as they h
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-02-09 10:32:46
4 Stocks This Week (Share Buybacks) [7 February 2020] – OCBC; Sembcorp Ind; Silverlake; ST Engg
Share buybacks refer to the repurchasing of stocks issued by the company. Typically, share buybacks occur through the open market, when companies pay the market price for their own stocks. Companies can do this for several reasons including: # 1 choosing to provide shareholders a return by spending its cash reserves on share buybacks, rather than reinvest it in the business or distribute it as dividends; # 2 having to preserve its stock price during crises by showing confidence in buying back its own stocks; # 3 investing its cash reserves in its own stocks if it thinks that the market is undervaluing it; # 4 compensating employees via its share option schemes or employee share purchase plans In January 2020, 16 companies listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) bought back 37 million shares
Singapore Stock Analysis | Opening Trading Account | Collin Seow
Collin Seow
2019-11-06 15:27:58
CPF Investment: Passive Income Guide for All Singaporeans
Today, we are going to share with you how to invest your CPF investment money in a no-brainer way. The best part? You need not be financial savvy to do this. A beginner can do it! And I’ll reveal the exact step-by-step process, which you can follow easily. What is CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS)? It is to provide option to CPF members to invest their CPF savings in your Ordinary Account (OA) and Special Account (SA) in various instruments such as insurance products, unit trusts, fixed deposits, bonds and shares in Singapore. The Average CPF Interest Rate is 2.5% to 4% for Ordinary Account. Check their latest CPF interest rate here. Below is the latest CPF rate (1st Oct to 31st Dec 2019).   Share this Infographic On Your Site </p><br /><br /><br /><br /&
The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-10-30 05:33:32
3 Reasons OCBC Bank Is Poised to Be a Long-Term Winner
OCBC Bank Ltd (SGX: O39) is one of Singapore’s three largest banks. The bank and its subsidiaries offer a wide array of commercial banking and specialist financial and wealth management services, ranging from consumer and corporate banking to investments and insurance. The group’s key markets are in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and China, and it has more than 570 branches and representatives in 19 countries and regions. The bank has been featured in the news in recent months as it gears up to embrace technological change and extend its market leadership. Its recent H1 2019 results were impressive, with net profit rising 6% year on year to a record high of S$2.45 billion, driven by earnings growth in both the banking and insurance businesses. It declared an interim dividend





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