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SINGAPORE EXCHANGE LIMITED (SGX:S68)


SGD 8.740
-0.070 / -0.79%
Share Price as of: 2020-01-28 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1J26887955
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Governance For Stakeholders
Mak Yuen Teen
2020-01-24 04:53:03
‘Tis the season to be wary for minority shareholders at three companies
First published in Business Times on December 19, 2019 By Mak Yuen Teen On April 7, 2019, ASTI Holdings (ASTI), Advanced Systems Automation (ASA) and Dragon Group International (DGI) announced that Michael Loh Soon Gnee was resigning as executive chairman (EC) and CEO. Each company first made a general announcement, followed by three cessation announcements, with each subsequent announcement slightly “clarifying” the effective date of his departure. Mr Loh, who is 63, will resign from these companies with effect from April 7, 2020 – one year from the date of the announcement – “or such earlier date as the Board may determine”. The reason was “to reduce his workload and travel commitments due to his age and family commitments”.
Governance For Stakeholders
Mak Yuen Teen
2020-01-24 04:50:56
Compliance with SGX listing rules is still poor
First published in Business Times on January 14, 2020 By Chew Yi Hong and Mak Yuen Teen On Oct 29, 2019, at 7.57 am, Sakae Sushi responded to queries by Singapore Exchange (SGX) issued four days earlier regarding, among other things, the auditors’ basis for disclaimer of opinion and the supplemental information on directors who were seeking re-election. The annual general meeting (AGM) was to take place at 3 pm that day, and those who have lodged proxies would have done so before Sakae provided the information. Sakae was just one of at least 11 issuers in 2019 asked to provide the information required in Appendix 7.4.1 of the SGX Rulebook for each director seeking election/re-election at the AGM, after failing to do so in accordance with the new requirement. This requiremen
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Geraldine Mark
2020-01-23 07:32:57
4 Job Sectors In Singapore That Will Do Well In 2020
The job market in 2019 also performed better than its initial forecast, casting an upbeat outlook on the scenario for job creation and hiring in Singapore in 2020. The optimism surrounding the 2020 job market is further fueled when the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) corrected public falsehoods of rising local PMET retrenchment. The ManpowerGroup, a publicly-listed global workforce solutions company, conducted an Employment Outlook Survey for Q1 2020. The survey found that 79% of the 630 Singaporean employers surveyed plan to keep their workforce levels steady this year. On top of that, Singapore’s Q1 2020 Net Employment Outlook, which represents the difference in the percentage of employers expecting to increase and decrease, is set to increase by about 9%. With 2020’s job market seeming r
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Timothy Ho
2020-01-12 10:21:01
4 Stocks This Week (Real Estate) [10 January 2020] – City Developments; UOL; CapitaLand; OUE
Real estate has always been a major industry in Singapore. Even though properties can be very expensive, many Singapore investors continue to invest their capital across individual residential, industrial and commercial properties, committing more than $1 million into their investment properties, and/or taking large loans in order to finance these purchases. But even without at least a few hundred thousand dollars in investment capital, you can still invest in the property sector in Singapore. With numerous real estate developers listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), investors can pick and choose the different real estate stocks that they want to invest into. Read Also: Selling, Buying or Renting Property? 5 Reasons Why You Need A Contract In Black & White With Your Property Agent In
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Timothy Ho
2020-01-09 11:27:13
Complete Guide To Finance Blogs And Websites In Singapore (2020 Edition)
This article was first published on 2 January 2018 and updated to include the latest websites. If being on top of your financial life is one of your goals for 2019, then it makes sense to be regularly reading some of Singapore’s top financial blogs and websites. In this article, we have shortlisted 40 of the best finance websites and blogs that you should be reading, or at least know about, if you wish to improve your finance knowledge. We have sorted the sites out by categories. Some of these sites are popular across the demographic that they focus on while others are on the list because they cover niche content not easily found elsewhere. The common denominator among all these sites are that they will help you improve your personal finance knowledge, in their own respective ways. You c
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Sim Kang Heong
2020-01-08 10:03:30
Upcoming Personal Finance Events In Singapore You Should Attend In 2020
This article was first published on 29 April 2019 and was updated on 8 January 2020 to highlight upcoming events. Increasingly, we are able to gain important personal finance knowledge by spending time online – either visiting personal finance websites, such as the one you’re currently on, watching videos, attending webinars, reading e-books and many other ways. However, this doesn’t take away the immense value of attending events in-person, where you get to listen to speakers explain their thought process, engage in Q&A sessions with specialists and interact with other like-minded participants. So here is a list of upcoming personal finance events you can attend to level yourself up in 2020! #1 Getting Started In Trading – How To Prime Yourself For Success & Understan
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-01-05 09:36:01
4 Stocks This Week (New To STI) [3 January 2020] – Mapletree Logistics Trust; Mapletree Commercial Trust; Dairy Farm International; Venture Corp
In the first edition of our 4 Stocks This Week column in 2020, we zoom into the new companies that have been added into Singapore’s benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) in the past two years. When we invest in the STI, we are gaining exposure to a diverse and strong group of companies – or more commonly termed the 30 largest and most liquid companies – listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Often, this is part of a passive investing strategy and to achieve market returns. While investors can take a hands-off approach and just let their investments grow over a long horizon, the STI itself is regularly reviewed and updated if there is a need. Read Also: SPDR STI ETF VS Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF: What’s The Difference Between These 2 Straits Times Index ETFs Listed On The SGX? Precis
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Sim Kang Heong
2019-12-29 14:05:48
4 Stocks This Week (Year In Review Summary For 2019)
The weekly 4 Stocks This Week column on DollarsAndSense was started in 2017 with a simple objective was simple: to provide a convenient read each week for busy investors to stay updated with what is happening on the Singapore Exchange. 4 Stock This Week is not a recommendation from us to buy or sell any of the stocks that wke feature. Its purpose is to highlight interesting stocks that investors should be aware of, rather than to analyse these stocks. For this week’s edition, instead of the usual coverage of four stocks, we’ll do a year in review of the other 51 instalments of 4 Stocks This Week that our team has written in 2019. Over the past year (51 weeks), we’ve covered 123 SGX-listed stocks, 4 ETFs and 8 Daily Leverage Certificates. The most covered stock was Sas
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Timothy Ho
2019-12-15 07:43:52
4 Stocks This Week (Industrial Play) [13 December 2019] – CITIC Envirotech; SBS Transit; VICOM; SIA Engineering
The industrial sector on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) may not be the most popular sector that Singapore investors think about but it’s definitely worth taking a deeper look. With more than 200 stocks listed in the industrial sector across different segments such as industrial conglomerates, construction & engineering, air freight & logistics, transportation, aerospace & defence and human resource & employment services, there are hundreds of investment options that Singapore investors can consider. In this week’s edition of 4 Stocks This Week, we take a closer look at the best performing yield-to-date (YTD) stocks in the industrial sector for 2019. CITIC Envirotech (SGX: CEE) Incorporated in 2003, CITIC Envirotech is an environmental protection solutions provider primari
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Timothy Ho
2019-12-12 17:49:27
[Beginners’ Guide] How To Start Investing In Singapore
This article was first published on 10 April 2018 and was updated with new information. Investing is one of the most important components of personal finance. Knowing how to invest and acting upon this knowledge can help a person greatly in growing their wealth quickly and to generate sources of passive income. Successful investors are able to retire earlier and chase their dreams without having to worry about whether they would have enough savings to last them for their lifetime. They can live life knowing that their investments can take care of their financial needs. This article is meant as a simple guide for you if you’re a beginner investor who is unsure about how to get started on your investing journey. It also contains useful links to the other articles from DollarsAndSense.sg
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Geraldine Mark
2019-12-02 07:51:54
SGX Academy: Here Are 4 Things Singapore Investors Need To Know When Signing Up
A key difference between an investor and someone who’s gambling in the stock market is that an investor makes decision based on sound analysis, proper risk management, a disciplined approach and with a clear goal in mind. Towards this end, continual learning and development is a key habit to build up if you want to be a successful investor over the long term. Reading investing-focused websites are one way to gain insights and knowledge. Another way would be to attend investing courses and learning from accredited trainers. If you want to get started, SGX Academy is as good a place to start as any. As one of the more prominent investing training providers in Singapore, SGX Academy has an extensive list of courses that cater to a wide range of individuals at different stages of
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Dinesh Dayani
2019-11-20 11:45:00
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In Fourth Quarter 2019
REITs are a popular and important part of the Singapore Exchange (SGX). There are close to 50 listed REITs, property-related business trust and REIT ETFs in Singapore. There are also numerous other unit trusts invested into Singapore and foreign listed REITs in Singapore. To get a better understanding of how well or badly Singapore REITs have performed, we dedicate significant time and resources to publish a report card each quarter. If you wish to catch up on previous quarters, you can refer to our regular REITs Report Card column. Read Also: Complete Guide To Investing In Singapore REITs How Has Singapore REITs Performed In The Year-To-Date 2019 To gauge how the Singapore REIT market has performed in the year-to-date (YTD) 2019, we can look at the iEdge S-REIT Index and the iEdge S-REIT
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Sim Kang Heong
2019-11-18 10:02:44
4 Stocks This Week (Daily Leverage Certificates) [15 November] – AIA; Hang Seng Index; HKEX; Ping An
Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs) were launched on SGX in 2017 to offer investors a short-term trading instrument for gaining leveraged exposure to market movements (in both long and short positions). Since then, DLC issuer Societe Generale has continued to improve on the products offered. Today, there are 75 DLCs that offer 3, 5 or 7 times leveraged exposure to indices as well as individual stocks listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the Hong Kong Exchange (HKEX). Recently, InvestingNote and Societe Generale jointly-organised an active trading tournament involving DLCs. More than 2,000 traders competed, and showcased how various active trading strategies could be implemented using DLCs’ features of leverage, transparent pricing throughout the trading day, and the ability to con
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Dinesh Dayani
2019-11-10 07:52:20
4 Stocks This Week (SGX Bull Charge) 8 Nov 2019 – SGX; Sasseur REIT; Lian Beng; Oxley
This week, DollarsAndSense was invited to the SGX Bull Charge Charity Run 2019, which marks the finale of a year-long host of activities lined up as part of the SGX Bull Charge, which is one of the biggest corporate charity events in Singapore that attracts the participation of over 100 Singapore corporates. Its main goal is to raise funds for its beneficiaries, providing them more care and assistance and helping them lead a more positive, meaningful and comfortable life. Being part of the run, we thought we would highlight four SGX-listed corporates that were part of the event in a meaningful way, being sponsors of the event, in this instalment of our 4 Stocks This Week column. Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68) The Singapore exchange is the main sponsor spearheading the year-long SG
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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 /&
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Royston Yang
2019-10-30 05:49:03
Is Singapore Exchange Limited Overpriced?
Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68), or SGX, has seen its share price soar to a new 5-year high of S$8.85 last Friday. SGX is Singapore’s sole stock exchange and provides a platform for the buying and selling of securities such as equities, derivatives, options, fixed income, and currencies. The bourse also provides clearing, settlement, and listing services to listed companies. With the share price hitting multiyear highs recently, investors may be wondering if SGX is getting too pricey. Remember that in investing, the aim is to buy shares of great companies at cheap valuations and to sell them if valuations get too lofty. However, the problem here is in determining what “lofty” means, as this is subjective and depends on myriad factors. There are several methods by w
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Isaiah Yeo
2019-10-29 13:05:44
6 things I learned from the 2019 SGX AGM
For many Singaporeans, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) is synonymous with our local stock market. But what many may not know is that SGX is also a leading multi-asset exchange that deals with bonds, derivatives, currencies, and commodities. In fact, SGX now generates most of its revenue from its derivatives segment which has seen strong growth over the past few years. In contrast, its equities segment has seen recent headwinds as SGX has struggled to win new listings on the Singapore stock market. Will growth in the derivatives market continue to overshadow equities? I decided to attend the company’s latest annual general meeting to learn more. Here are six things I learned from the 2019 SGX AGM: 1. Revenue and net profit both increased 8% year-on-year to S$910 million and S$319
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Dinesh Dayani
2019-10-28 09:51:59
10 Investments You Can Make With Your Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) Account
This article was first published on 26 December 2018 and was updated to include additional information. Started in 2001, the Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) is a voluntary initiative that forms part of Singapore’s multi-pronged strategy to help citizens, permanent residents (PRs) and foreigners start building up their retirement nest egg. As an incentive, those who contribute to their SRS accounts will receive a dollar-for-dollar tax relief up to $15,300 for citizens and PRs and $35,700 for foreigners. Note that this only applies if our personal income tax relief does not exceed $80,000 in the year of assessment. To start contributing to our SRS account, we need to open one with either DBS, OCBC or UOB, which are the three SRS operators in Singapore. Note that we are not tied down
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Sim Kang Heong
2019-10-23 17:20:34
The Motley Fool Singapore Shuts Down. Here Are 13 Websites You Can Follow Instead For Stock Investing Insights And Commentaries
Started in 1993 in the United States, The Motley Fool is one of the biggest brands around the world for stock analysis and content about investing. It also operates localised editions for the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Earlier this month, The Motley Fool’s Singapore franchise headed by David Kuo announced that it was ceasing operations on 31 October 2019 due to “regulatory issues”. A beloved website that started in 2013, The Motley Fool Singapore’s engaging and digestible content helped many local investors cultivate their interest in investing and stock analysis. As we take a moment to appreciate the role The Motley Fool Singapore played in the lives of individual investors and for Singapore’s investing media landscape, here are 13 oth
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Timothy Ho
2019-10-19 23:30:06
4 Stocks This Week (Sector Rotation) [18 October 2019] – Thai Beverage; Dairy Farm; DBS; Singtel
Sector rotation is an investment strategy which involves the movement of investment funds from one sector to another, in an attempt to beat the market return. The idea is simple, instead of holding equal weight in all sectors, an investor could potentially beat the market by holding a bigger proportion of his portfolio in strong sectors and a lower proportion of the portfolio in weaker sectors. This sector rotation strategy, when applied correctly, could result in higher returns over a period of time, as opposed to simple investing equally into the market as a whole. For example, one could favor aggressive stocks such as banks, which are likely to do well during periods of growth. During periods of uncertainty, defensive stocks such as telco companies may perform better. In this week’s e





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