SGX Listed Stock


SGD 9.970
-0.030 / -0.30%
Share Price as of: 2022-08-19 13:58
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1J26887955
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Diversified Financials / Capital Markets

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Timothy Ho
2022-08-14 10:38:09
4 Stocks That Announced Results Which May Have Surprised The Market: SIA; Wilmar; Sembcorp Industries; Raffles Medical Group
Back during the tail end of 2020, there were news articles that highlighted how the Singapore Exchange (SGX) was Asia’s worst-performing market. Back then, overseas markets such as the U.S. were on a tear, and not surprisingly, many local investors started favoring overseas markets. However, 2022 has seen a reversal of fortune. While overseas indexes such as the S&P 500 ( -12.29%), Nasdaq-100 (-19.45%) and Hang Seng Index (-13.32%) have declined, the Straits Times Index (STI) is up about 4.3% for the year thus far. This is impressive given how challenging the year has been thus far with events such as the Ukraine-Russia war, high energy prices leading to inflation and the spike in interest rates. Of course, the COVID-19 pandemic is still looming over our lives. In a recent market u
Dinesh Dayani
2022-08-06 14:39:48
DBS (D05); UOB (U11); OCBC (O39): Singapore Banks Dividend Yield And Share Price Performance
Singapore prides itself on being a financial hub with access to high-quality banking, finance and Fintech companies as well as talent within the space. Our trio of local banks – DBS (SGX: D05); UOB (SGX: U11); and OCBC (SGX: O39) – are also some of the biggest banks in South East Asia. They are also often cited as among the best, safest, strongest, or most innovative banks in the world as well. Apart from boosting Singapore’s banking and finance hub credentials, DBS, UOB and OCBC are also among the largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Together, they currently comprise about 44% of the Straits Times Index (STI) – Singapore’s benchmark index. Banks Market Cap * DBS (SGX: D05) $84.9 billion OCBC (SGX: O39) $55.2 billion UOB (SGX: U11) $46.8 billion
Sudhan Purushothuman
2022-07-30 10:03:28
5 Things To Know About Emperador Inc (SGX: EMI), The Largest Brandy and Spirits Company In The Philippines
Those who are keen to invest in spirits (referring to alcoholic beverages here!) and the likes have got another option with Emperador Inc (SGX: EMI). Emperador became the first Philippine Stock Exchange-listed company to have a secondary listing on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) when it started trading mid-this month. Emperador is now the second regional spirits company to be listed on the SGX, after Thai Beverage (SGX: Y92), Thailand’s largest bottler and distributor of whisky and rum and an “old boy” of the Straits Times Index (STI). Many may not know, but Emperador is the biggest whisky company in the Philippines and the largest brandy company in the world. Its namesake, Emperador, is the world’s top-selling brandy by volume (I certainly didn’t know this until I read about t
Dinesh Dayani
2022-06-22 13:26:10
Singaporeans’ Roadmap: Key Personal Financial Schemes And The Decisions You Have To Make At Every Age In Singapore
We look at how Singaporeans navigate key personal financial schemes and decisions in our lives in a uniquely Singaporean way. Along the way, and usually when we hit certain milestones, we can expect financial support levers and oftentimes, even having to make financial decisions. When reading this, you can think of it as the “Game of Life” from a Singaporean perspective. When You Are Born Even before you can start talking or walking, your CPF accounts are created for you. As a brand-new Singaporean baby, you receive a MediSave grant of $4,000. This isn’t just some arbitrary amount either. In fact, it is a sufficient amount for Singaporean babies to pay for your own MediShield Life premiums until you turn 21. These funds can also be used for Integrated Shield Plan premiums a
Timothy Ho
2022-06-11 11:12:06
STI DLCs: Trading The FTSE Straits Times Index Via Daily Leverage Certificates
Volatile financial markets provide ample opportunities for short-term traders to profit if they can capture the movements in the market. While long-term investors will need to ride out the ups and downs of the markets (some may even choose to invest more when markets are down), short-term traders can choose to be more active by trading in either direction of the market. One instrument on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) that can be used for short-term trades is Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs). Introduced to the Singapore Exchange (SGX) by Societe Generale, DLCs are a type of derivative that offers investors fixed daily leverage exposure to stocks or indexes that the DLC is tracking. With DLCs, traders can make a profit in either direction of the market. DLCs derive their value from the unde
My Stocks Investing Journey
2022-06-09 22:26:57
Singapore REIT Monthly Update (June 5th 2022)
Technical Analysis of FTSE ST REIT Index (FSTAS351020) FTSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts (FTSE ST REIT Index) decreased from 853.56 to 820.69 (-3.85%) compared to last month’s update. FTSE REIT Index is currently trading within the 800-822 range. Support Lines: Blue Resistance Lines: Red Short-term direction: Sideways Medium-term direction: Sideways Long-term direction: Sideways Immediate Support at 800 Immediate Resistance at 822, followed by 890   Previous chart on FTSE ST REIT index can be found in the last post: Singapore REIT Fundamental Comparison Table on May 1st, 2022.   Fundamental Analysis of 39 Singapore REITs The following is the compilation of 39 Singapore REITs with colour-coding of the Distribution Yield, Gearing Ratio and Price to NAV Ratio. The Financial
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Brandon Teo
2022-06-07 09:20:31
8 things I learned from the 2022 CapitaLand Investment AGM
CapitaLand has deep roots in Asia which began more than two decades ago. After a restructuring of CapitaLand’s business, CapitaLand Investment (CLI) was listed on the Singapore Exchange in September 2021, creating one of Asia’s leading listed real estate investment managers (REIM) and one of the largest REIMs in the world. As of today, CLI has a presence in more than 30 countries and 200 cities with its core markets in Singapore, China, and India. CLI has six listed funds across Singapore and Malaysia, and 29 private funds. The total assets held by CLI amount to S$124 billion in real estate assets under management (RE AUM) and S$86 billion in funds under management (FUM). Source: CapitaLand Investment Since CapitaLand’s restructuring, CLI’s share price has risen over 30%
Dinesh Dayani
2022-06-03 17:43:25
20 Investment Platforms Singaporeans Can Use To Invest A Fixed Monthly Sum
This article may contain links to our affiliate partners. DollarsAndSense may receive a share of revenue from sign-ups. Adopting a disciplined approach to invest a fixed sum of our salary each month can help us take the first steps in our investing journey. Over the long-term, this can also grow our wealth and provide a supplementary retirement nest egg. Investing this way has several main benefits: No Need To Time The Market If we are trying to time the market, we will only invest when we think the markets are at a low or when they are going up. This is virtually impossible for even the best fund managers and investors, let alone average investors like us. By investing a fixed sum each month, we end up buying high-quality investments regardless of its price at any point in time. Don
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Shak Chee Hoi
2022-05-30 13:52:47
8 things I learned from the 2022 Keppel DC REIT AGM
Keppel DC REIT (KDC REIT) is a data centre REIT that has been listed on the Singapore Exchange since 2014. Within a span of less than eight years, the REIT has expanded its portfolio from nine to 21 data centres and tripled its assets under management from S$1.1 billion to S$3.4 billion in 2021. Its data centres are located across nine countries in Asia Pacific and Europe. Here are eight things I learned from the 2022 Keppel DC REIT AGM. 1. Keppel DC REIT posted a commendable financial result in 2021 amid the pandemic. Revenue increased 2.1% year-on-year to S$271.1 million in 2021 while distribution per unit (DPU) increased 7.4% to 9.851 cents in 2021 from 9.170 cents in 2020. This was mainly due to: Accretive acquisitions in 2020 and 2021 in Germany and the NetherlandsDevel
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Eric Lim
2022-05-27 14:14:36
Is SATS Limited Growing And Worth Investing In? Will It Soar Again?
This article is for education purposes only, and not to be taken as advice to buy/sell. Please do your own due diligence before committing to any trade/investment. Source: Have you taken a flight recently? If you have taken a flight into or out of Singapore, you’d have been served by SATS Limited. This is because SATS Limited supports the tourism and logistics industries by providing cargo, catering, distribution, laundry services, and a whole lot more! With the reopening of borders in many countries, airports all around the world have gotten busier. Does this mean that SATS Limited is growing and worth investing in? Let’s find out.   Brief History of SATS Limited Source: SATS Limited is a Singapore company which focused on suppo
Joanne Poh
2022-05-25 11:45:16
Buying US Stocks in Singapore: How to Begin, Fees & Tools to Improve Your Trades
This post was written in collaboration with FUTU Singapore (FUTU SG). 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. Is buying US stocks in Singapore a good idea? I mean, during the pandemic, many of us have realised how important it is to support local businesses, so shouldn’t we support our own stock market? But when it comes to investing, trading US stocks can be key (like through an online broker such as moomoo). You see, trading only on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) could not only make you miss out on opportunitie
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
2022-05-09 12:05:53
Commentary: What can be done to avoid repeat of 2013’s penny stock crash in S’pore
First published in Straits Times on 8 May 2022 The penny stock crash of 2013 must surely rank as one of the darkest chapters in the annals of the local market, given that it wiped out more than $8 billion in market value within a short space of time. The crash came about when the Singapore Exchange (SGX) had to intervene in the trading of three stocks, Blumont Group, Asiasons Capital and LionGold Corp, known collectively as BAL, before a full-scale investigation was launched into the possibility that BAL’s share prices had been manipulated. That investigation has now proven that BAL’s shares had been artificially inflated between August 2012 and October 2013, through a web of 187 trading accounts held with 20 financial institutions in the names of 58 individuals and companies.
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Adam Wong
2022-05-01 20:35:04
Is there still a place for the ‘traditional’ stockbroker in Singapore?
For the longest time, the Singapore stockbroking industry was dominated by local banks and brokerage firms. But with the liberalisation of the industry, many international brokers have entered Singapore offering new products and services at competitive prices. In recent years, discount brokers in particular have proliferated and gained popularity among investors here (especially younger ones) due to their low commissions and fees. With a sea of choices and low prices everywhere, how do ‘traditional’ stockbrokers compete and remain relevant to the Singapore investor? The Central Depository Unique to Singapore is the Central Depository (CDP) securities account operated by Singapore Exchange (SGX). When you open a CDP account in Singapore, it serves as a centralised holding acco

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