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SGD 2.140
-0.030 / -1.38%
Share Price as of: 2021-10-20 14:58
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / MYL5225OO007
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Health Care / Health Care Equipment & Services / Healthcare Providers and Services

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Angela Koo
2021-10-09 13:40:48
5 Things To Know About Q&M Dental (SGX: QC7), Singapore’s Largest Private Dental Healthcare Group
Going to the dentist isn’t fun for most of us. However, regular dental check-ups are recommended by healthcare professionals, along with our healthcare screenings. As much as I dislike having my teeth examined, polished and scaled, I abhor even more the thought of going through a more serious dental procedure. Thankfully, getting a dental appointment is relatively easy in Singapore at private dental clinics. A prominent name in dental healthcare is Q & M Dental (SGX: QC7). Established in 1996 and listed on the SGX Mainboard in 2009, Q &M is currently Singapore’s largest private dental healthcare group with 87 dental outlets, over 240 qualified dentists and over 300 supporting staff in Singapore. Q & M’s Singapore presence forms a significant (over 90%) of their operations
Candace Tan
2021-09-11 14:01:18
5 Things to Know About IHH Healthcare (SGX: IHH), The Healthcare Group Behind Gleneagles, Mount Elizabeth, Parkway, And Other Hospitals
Ever since COVID-19 was first identified in 2019, greater emphasis has been placed on healthcare sectors, both internationally and within Singapore. According to Department of Statistics Singapore (SingStat), there are 25 hospitals in Singapore as of 2019, with a total operating receipt of over S$10 million. Furthermore, COVID-19 highlighted the importance of Public Private Partnerships in creating a holistic healthcare ecosystem, which IHH Healthcare contributed as a player in the private healthcare sector. IHH staff were involved in temperature screening at checkpoints, providing swab tests at Community Care Facilities, and receiving COVID-19 patients. IHH Healthcare offers patients a full spectrum of integrated healthcare services, from primary to highly specialised care and across a w
2021-07-18 20:31:35
US inflation and virus surge versus upgraded domestic growth forecasts
The STI added 21 points or 0.7% at 3,152.30; On one hand, US inflation and growth concerns capped gains; On the other hand, there was positive domestic economic news; US Fed chief Jerome Powell’s testimony was within expectations; US Treasury market signaled slower long-term growth; Mm2 Asia – no need to suspend trading despite auditor’s concerns; Offer price for Dutech raised to S$0.435 from S$0.40; Analysts positive on Parkway Life Reit; SIAS issued detailed questions on Sembmarine’s proposed rights issue. It was a marginally firm week for the local stock market, with the Straits Times Index enjoying a 21-points or 0.7% rise over the five days at 3,152.30, albeit in relatively subdued volume. There were two reasons for the overall cautious trading witnessed here as well as in
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Lim Zheng Jie
2021-05-27 16:51:09
8 things I learned from the 2021 Parkway Life REIT AGM
Parkway Life REIT (PLife REIT) is one of Asia’s largest listed healthcare REITs and owns healthcare properties located in Singapore, Japan, and Malaysia. As of 31 December 2020, the REIT owns a portfolio of 54 healthcare and aged care properties valued at approximately S$2.02 billion. PLife REIT’s gross revenue and net property income (NPI) have been on a general uptrend since it listed in 2007. Likewise, its distribution per unit (DPU) increased from 6.32 cents in FY2007 to 13.79 cents in FY2020. As a unitholder, I attended PLife REIT’s recent annual general meeting to learn how COVID-19 has affected the REIT’s performance and whether it has changed the landscape of the healthcare industry moving forward. Here are eight things I learned from the 2021 Parkway Life REI
Timothy Ho
2021-04-17 16:37:11
4 Good Performing Non-STI Stocks That Are Getting Significant Trading Activities: AEM Holdings (AWX); SPH (T39); Sempcorp Marine (S51); iFAST (AIY)
Since the start of 2021, the Straits Times Index (STI) has been one of the best performing indexes in the world, with a gain of 11.3% for the first quarter of the year, or 11.8% if we include the returns from dividends. Many blue-chip companies on the STI have done well in 2021 thus far, especially the three local banks. Read Also: Singapore Banks Report Card: Share Price And Dividend Yield Performance – DBS; UOB; OCBC However, STI companies are not the only ones that are generating good returns for their investors. Some notable companies within the Singapore Exchange (SGX) who are not part of the STI have done well also. In an SGX Market Updates report published on 12 April 2021, SGX market strategist Geoff Howie highlighted 21 non-STI stocks that have been attracting significant tradin
Dinesh Dayani
2021-04-11 11:36:01
Biggest Secondary Listed Companies On SGX: Prudential (K6S); Jardine Matheson (J36); Nomura (N33); IHH Healthcare (Q0F)
According to the Singapore Exchange (SGX), there are a total of 29 companies that are secondary listed on the SGX. A secondary listing allows companies to have their shares traded in multiple countries. Some of us may already know that four prominent companies currently on the Straits Times Index (STI) are secondary-listed companies. These are Jardine Matheson Holdings (JMH), Jardine Strategic Holdings (JSH), Hongkong Land and Dairy Farm. JSH, which is poised to be merged into a simpler entity within JHM (who owns about 85% of the company), will soon be delisted and also removed from the STI constituents from 13 April 2021. Other than these, there are also other global companies that have a secondary listing on the SGX. Prudential plc (SGX: K6S) With a history spanning more than 170 years,

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