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ASIAN PAY TELEVISION TRUST (SGX:S7OU)


SGD 0.168
-0.002 / -1.18%
Share Price as of: 2019-11-20 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG2F77993036
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Communication Services / Media & Entertainment / Media


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The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2019-09-17 11:06:26
Income Alert: These 3 Companies Are Paying Dividends This Week
There are some companies that will be going ex-dividend this week. In other words, you need to own shares in the company before a particular day of the week to receive its dividend. Let’s learn about three of those companies. Wednesday, 18 September 2019 On Wednesday, Uni-Asia Group Ltd (SGX: CHJ), is set to go ex-dividend. Uni-Asia is an alternative investment company that targets mainly cargo ships and properties. The company is dishing out S$0.02 per share for its 2019 second-quarter. For the latest quarter, Uni-Asia’s total income grew 23% year-on-year to US$35.8 million while its net profit surged 52% to US$3.0 million. The top-line growth was largely due to increased hotel income and investment returns. The investment group ended the quarter with a net asset value per sh
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2019-09-16 18:27:44
3 Singapore Dividend Shares I Wouldn’t Touch in 2020 and Beyond
A high dividend-yielding company is always sure to attract many investors. However, not all companies with high dividend yields are great. Some have high yields due to poor business fundamentals, and that could result in falling dividend payouts in the future. The following three companies have got high yields, but I wouldn’t touch them with a ten-foot pole. I explain why below. Company No. 1 The first company on my list is Asian Pay Television Trust (SGX: S7OU). The trust’s business currently centres around its investment in Taiwan Broadband Communications Group, a leading cable operator in Taiwan. Asian Pay Television Trust’s investment mandate, however, is wide-ranging. Its mandate is to “own, operate and maintain mature, cash generative pay-TV and broadband bus
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-09-10 21:40:22
HPH Trust in bloodbath with Temasek Holdings
It is case of lightning strike twice for Temasek Holdings! Investors of HPH Trust must be left punching the wall as the unit price of the business trust collapsed following the announcement of HPH Trust being given the boot from the prestigious Straits Times Index (STI) on 5 September 2019. Temasek Holdings is a major shareholder in both HPH Trust and Asian Pay TV Trust. In 2018, unit price of Asian Pay TV Trust plunged after the business trust announced massive cut in distribution. For HPH Trust, the collapse of its unit price should be triggered by both the violent Hong Kong protests and the recent exit from STI. The exit from STI also came at a bad timing. When SIAEC (2017) and StarHub (2018) were booted out of STI, the share prices went into a tailspin. On this basis, I expect unit pri
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-08-14 21:28:13
KIT share price to suffer same fate as Hyflux?
Will Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT) do a Hyflux? I have never been a big fan of business trusts. Just take a look at Asian Pay TV Trust (APTT) and Hutchinson Port Holdings (HPH) Trust. The unit price of both business trusts plunged to incredibly abysmal levels in recent years due to declining business fundamentals. Could Keppel Infrastructure be different? Bizarrely, all three business trusts are linked to Temasek Holdings. Even more strange is that there are eerie similarities between Keppel Infrastructure Trust and Hyflux. Like Hyflux, Keppel Infrastructure Trust owns just one power-plant (Keppel Merlimau Cogen Plant), which has been making huge losses and still counting. Similar to the ill-fated Hyflux, Keppel Infrastructure Trust issued $300 million 4.75% Perpetual Bonds. Oh yes, K





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