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SINGAPORE EXCHANGE LIMITED (SGX:S68)


SINGAPORE EXCHANGE LIMITED (SGX:S68) @ SGinvestors.io
SGD 10.350
+0.140 / +1.37%
Share Price as of: 2021-05-07 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1J26887955
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Diversified Financials / Capital Markets


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SIAS
sias
2021-05-01 15:27:33
Monthly wrap for April 2021: Slow and steady
The STI gained 53 points or 1.7% at 3,218.27 during the month; The main reason was rising optimism of an economic recovery; and an accommodative US Fed; A firm Wall St provided the main support but concerns have arisen over large resurgence of virus cases in some countries; MAS said Singapore’s economy could grow 6% this year; MOM said job market is improving; DBS reported a record S$2.01b in 1Q profit; SGX issued consultation paper on SPACs; SPH to conduct strategic review Economic recovery hopes continue to provide support Stock prices in April continued to rise on the back of more signs of a slow and steady recovery in the global economy. On the upside was a firm Wall Street, where encouraging economic data helped the market to hit several new all-time highs during the month, whil
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Dinesh Dayani
2021-04-29 16:44:01
Singapore Online Stock Brokerage Account Fees Comparison (2021 Edition)
This post was first published on 14 July 2017 and updated to include the latest information for 2021 stock brokerage fees in Singapore. Stock brokerage accounts enable us to buy listed securities, such as stocks, REITs, ETFs and bonds, on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), as well as on other major global stock exchanges. When comparing stock brokerage accounts, one of the major factors many of us look at is the commission fees that they charge. Read Also: Step-By-Step Guide To Opening A Stock Brokerage Account In Singapore Types Of Fees When We Invest In Stocks Listed On SGX There are typically four main types of fees that we have to pay for when we invest in stocks in Singapore. These are 1) a CDP Clearing Fee of 0.0325% of your contract value is imposed by the Central Depository (CDP); 2
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2021-04-25 01:45:21
Latest 30 STI index Stocks Strategies (卧虎藏龙)
30 STI index stocks represent the overall Singapore stock market performance. The list is dynamic, recent new comers are Keppel DC Reit (replacing SPH) and Frasers Logistics and Commercial Trust (replacing Jardine Strategic Holdings). During the COVID-19 stock recovery, there is a sector rotation, investors start to pay more attention to cyclical stocks (eg. bank, properties and transportation sectors, etc), which are main businesses of 30 STI stocks. In this article, you will learn from Dr Tee on the Latest 30 STI Index Stocks Strategies, some may be considered for longer term investing and / or short term trading with COVID-19 recovery stock rally. Bonus for readers who could read every words of the entire article, learning unique strategy to position in 30 STI Index stocks for b
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Dinesh Dayani
2021-04-21 15:12:03
Straits Times Index (STI) Report Card: How Singapore-Listed Blue-Chip Companies Performed In 1Q 2021
The Straits Times Index (STI) is comprised of 30 of the largest and most liquid companies listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Account for nearly 80% of the entire value of all listed companies on the SGX, the STI is commonly referred to as Singapore’s benchmark or market return. We can gain exposure to the STI by investing in one of the two STI ETFs listed on the SGX. With one investment decision, we become broadly diversified to 30 high quality companies and will earn the Singapore market return. Read Also: Complete Guide To Investing In The Straits Times Index (STI) ETFs In Singapore How Did The STI Perform In Q1 2021? While many of us may be attracted to invest in U.S. or Chinese companies, the STI has been no slouch in 2021. According to SGX, the STI delivered a world-leading ret
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Timothy Ho
2021-04-19 10:56:15
Syfe REIT+: Why This Newest Robo-Advisory Product Is A Great Way To Get Started On Your REITs Portfolio
This article contains affiliate links. DollarsAndSense may receive a share of the revenue from your sign-ups. This article was originally published on 3 March 2020 and updated to reflect latest information.  Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are a popular and integral part of the Singapore Exchange (SGX). With close to 50 REITs, property-related business trusts and even REIT ETFs listed on the SGX, it’s not easy for a new investor to know what’s the best way to get started. To help Singapore investors, particularly first-time REIT investors, Syfe, a digital wealth manager in Singapore (some call them a robo-advisory firm) have launched the REIT+, Singapore’s first risk-managed REIT portfolio. This portfolio allows investors to gain access to a REIT portfolio managed by Syfe via
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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
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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,
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
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2021-04-09 16:49:33
Trade At Zero Commission With Phillip MetaTrader 5
Investing is a marathon journey that most of us would probably have to cope with for a long time in our lifetime.Choosing the right brokerage service and platform to safely put your money is an important aspect of the entire investing and trading journey for an investor. This is especially so for the beginner investors as they seek to trial and error on a variety of different assets that suits their needs.Some may like the excitement of the fast and furious markets such as FOREX or Cryptocurrency while others may enjoy the stability of investing in a relatively less volatile market such as equities.This article is written to address both needs - the availability of trading in multiple products in the convenience of one account under one platform.We'll discuss about this in more detail late
SIAS
sias
2021-04-05 13:14:30
Sentiment remained firm on recovery expectations
Recovery hopes continued to underpin buying of stocks; STI gained 0.7% at 3,181.68; On Wall St, the S&P 500 ended the week above 4,000 for the first time; US Treasury yields remained elevated, market had its worst quarter in 40 years; SGX issued consultation paper on SPACs; SPH announced strategic review; Neo Group’s founder aims to take company private A firm Wall St means a firm Singapore market The Straits Times Index last week posted a 24 points, or 0.7% gain at 3,181.68 as it picked up where it left off at the end of March – riding a wave of optimism that the global economy is turning the corner as far as COVID-19 is concerned. As always, much of this optimism originated in the US, where the S&P 500 on Thursday crossed the 4,000 mark for the first time as Wall Street b
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Timothy Ho
2021-04-03 14:26:55
Investing In US Indexes? Here Are U.S. Focused ETFs That You Can Invest On The SGX: SPDR S&P 500 US$ (SGX: S27); SPDR DJIA ETF (SGX: D07)
For new investors who want to gain exposure to the stock market, ETFs are one of the easiest ways to get started on your investment journey. When you invest in an ETF, you invest in a basket of stocks that the ETFs invest in. Similar to stocks, ETFs are traded on an exchange so you can buy and sell them like regular stocks. While there are ETFs for specific business sectors, regions and asset classes, most beginner investors should probably start by investing in an index-based ETF. This is an ETF that will closely track the performance of an index that you want to invest in. For example, in Singapore, the Straits Times Index (STI) serves as the benchmark index for the Singapore Exchange (SGX), and it comprises the 30 largest and most liquid stocks on the SGX. So, when you invest in an ETF
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Timothy Ho
2021-03-28 11:22:12
Performance Of Technology Stocks & Counters: Razer (HKG: 1337); Sea (NYSE: SE); iFAST (SGX: AIY); Lion-OCBC Securities Hang Seng Tech ETF (SGX: HST/HSS)
We live in a technology world today. Technology enables many of the things we do each day – from searching for information, communicating to our family, getting our work done, and following what our friends are doing. As such, it comes as no surprise that some of the biggest and fastest-growing companies in the world today are technology companies. Unlike traditional businesses that tend to find their economic moats in just one country or region, technology companies are rarely restricted geographically. The nature of their business is such that if a company can create quality products or services that their customers will want, they can quickly scale it globally. This means that many leading technology companies tend to have a global footprint and identity. And this includes some Singap
The Fifth Person
Shak Chee Hoi
2021-03-26 11:57:46
How to buy shares in Malaysia and open a Malaysian brokerage account (updated 2021)
If you’re Malaysian and new to investing, you’re probably wondering how to buy shares in Malaysia and open a Malaysian brokerage account. Or you could be a foreigner who wants to invest directly through a Malaysian brokerage and you’re thinking about which one to go with. In either case, it’s important to pick a brokerage that suits your individual needs and preferences. As a value investor and Malaysian myself, here are six things to consider when choosing a Malaysian brokerage account. 6 things to consider when opening a brokerage account in Malaysia 1. CDS vs. nominee account Let me explain the difference between a CDS account and a nominee account: Before you open a brokerage account with a Malaysian broker, you first need to open a Central Depository System (CD
Governance For Stakeholders
Mak Yuen Teen
2021-03-25 06:19:55
Are Share Buybacks Distorting the Market?
First published in The Business Times on March 25, 2021 By Chew Yi Hong and Mak Yuen Teen In the November 2018 Regulator’s Column, the CEO of Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX Regco) sets out very clearly what the regulator expects of companies conducting share buybacks. However, it appears that issuers are not paying heed to his message. RULES ON SHARE BUYBACKS Subject to prior shareholders’... Source
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Jorinda Hsu
2021-03-23 16:53:29
What Is Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) And How Is It Different From Conventional IPO?
Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPAC) or “blank cheque companies” have been on a rise in 2020. In the United States, a record of US$83.3 million were raised in 2020, 6 times more than the year before. As of March this year, the total SPAC funding raised has eclipsed 2020’s record, hitting US$87.1 million within 3 months. With the SPAC trend generating so much buzz globally, our local Singapore Exchange (SGX) has launched a market consultation with the potential to start SPAC listing as soon as this year. Additionally, SPAC has been gaining momentum among Singapore companies with the likes of Grab, One Championship and Property Guru looking to potentially merge or start their own SPAC in the United States. What Exactly Is SPAC And Why Are They Known As “Blank Cheque Companies
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Dinesh Dayani
2021-03-15 11:53:23
Singapore Banks Report Card: Share Price And Dividend Yield Performance – DBS (SGX: D05); UOB (SGX: U11); OCBC (SGX: O39)
Singapore prides itself on being a financial hub with access to high quality banking and finance companies as well as talent within the space. Our local banks – DBS (SGX: D05); UOB (SGX: U11); and OCBC (SGX: O39) – are often cited as among the best, safest, strongest, or most innovative banks in the world as well. Apart from boosting our banking and finance hub credentials, the three local banks are also the three largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Currently, they comprise close to 42% of the Straits Times Index (STI) – our local benchmark index. This makes it attractive to invest in such strong companies. Another thing the three local banks are known for is also paying relatively good and stable dividends to investors. Bank Share Price Dividends In FY2020 (
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Dinesh Dayani
2021-03-14 10:27:35
Astrea VI Private Equity Bond: 10 Things To Know Before Investing
There are three main reasons why it is attractive to invest in bonds: i) it is generally safer than investing in stocks, ii) we get a fixed return each year, and iii) we get visible income flows for several years. The newest bond IPO that we can invest in is the Astrea VI Private Equity Bonds. Astrea VI PE Bonds is offering $250 million in its initial public offering (IPO). This is upsized from previous Astrea IV and Astrea V PE Bonds – which was popular with retail investors. Astrea IV’s public offer was $121 million and was 7.4 times oversubscribed, while Astrea V’s public offer was $180 million and was 4.5 times oversubscribed. Here are 10 things we need to know before investing in it. Read Also: Step-By-Step Guide To Bond Investing In Singapore #1 Astrea VI PE Bonds Is The Latest
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Dinesh Dayani
2021-03-08 15:02:17
8 Things You Need To Know About Aztech Global’s IPO – The First On SGX In 2021
We are towards the end of the first quarter of 2021, and there hasn’t been an IPO on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) yet. Compared to 2020, there were already five IPOs listed on the SGX within the first quarter. Aztech Global, which is set to be listed on 12 March 2021, will break the duck – becoming first SGX IPO in 2021. Here are 8 things you should know about Aztech Global before investing in it. Read Also: How Much Would Singapore Investors Have Earned If They Invested $1,000 In Every IPO On The SGX In 2020? #1 What Does Aztech Global Do? Aztech Global states that it is “a key technology enabler for the connected world tomorrow”. Its key products are 1) IoT devices and Data-communications products; 2) LED lighting products; and 3) other electrical products. It also provides “
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Julian Kay
2021-03-08 13:57:12
8 things every investor should know about Asia-Pacific REITs in 2021
The main attraction of Asia-Pacific (APAC) REITs as an asset class is the stable, sustainable payout of dividends to investors and its possibility for price appreciation. This assumption was challenged in early 2020 as the global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic roiled real estate markets across the globe, leading many to question the asset class’s predictable market history and the viability of dividend payouts. Since the impact of the pandemic, many segments of APAC REITs have gradually recovered from the economic shock as governments and central banks helped stabilise the real estate sector with monetary and fiscal policy measures. Progressing into 2021, we will look at the key tailwinds, structural and emerging trends unfolding for the asset class. Here are 8 things every APA
SIAS
sias
2021-03-06 09:14:40
Stocks remain firm despite rise in bond yields
US Treasuries rose on Fed chief’s comments, sparked selloff in stocks; Markets stayed firm after a wobble, strong US jobs report helped Wall St recover; STI regained the 3,000 level when it added 64 pts or 2.7% at 3,013.85; Singapore’s Feb market cap rose 0.6% to S$843b; Oceanus saw heavy trading as it crashed, drew SGX query; Aviation stocks surged, some analysts expressed scepticism; China set 6% annual growth target Rising US Treasury yields sparked selloff but markets quickly stabilised The benchmark US 10-year Treasury yield climbed back above 1.5% last week after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated that there is “long way” to go before the central bank meets its goals but didn’t signal any imminent plans to address the recent rise in yields. Wall Street u
SIAS
sias
2021-02-21 09:52:55
Second liners continue to occupy market’s energies amidst rising rate concerns
The STI fell 45 points or 1.5% to 2,880.64; Penny stocks enjoyed bulk of the volume; Wall St and other markets have their eyes on rising US bond yields; Singapore Government’s Budget includes S$11b for COVID-19 relief; NODX grew better-than-expected 12.8% in Dec; Offer for Soilbuild Reit is fair and reasonable; Offer for Bermuda-registered GL is not fair but reasonable; SembCorp Marine warned of material provisions; MAS and SGX on alert for possible manipulation via chat forums Pennies in play as momentum in blue chips stalls Despite Wall Street holding firm in the face of weak US economic numbers, the local stock market has struggled in recent weeks – the Straits Times Index, which in mid-January climbed above the 3,000 level, has since been unable to add to those gains and ha





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