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SINGAPORE PRESS HLDGS LTD (SGX:T39)


SGD 1.060
+0.020 / +1.92%
Share Price as of: 2020-10-01 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1P66918738
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Communication Services / Media & Entertainment / Media


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Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-09-27 01:18:47
28 Singapore and Global Information Technology Stocks (通风报讯)
Information Technology (IT) is everywhere in modern world, a stock with strong IT related business would have bright future for investment.  Therefore, an investor may consider 28 IT stocks in Singapore, especially those defensive growth stocks. In this article, you will learn from Dr Tee on 4 Singapore IT Giant Stocks which are efficient in making money with economic moat but having mixed impacts during COVID-19 stock crisis. Bonus for readers who could read every words of the entire article: 7 global IT giant stocks. 1) IT Retail Giant Stock – Challenger Technologies (SGX: 573) 2) Software Giant Stock – Silverlake Axis (SGX: 5CP) 3) Data Center Giant REITs – Keppel DC Reit (SGX: AJBU) – Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) Ne
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Blade Knight
2020-08-19 12:17:42
Singapore Press Holdings Media Segment May Be Reporting Losses
The announcement of further retrenchment of 140 staff by Singapore Press Holdings ("SPH") seems to be pointing to losses in the Media segment. This is really bad news. Hopefully, with the layoff of 140 staff, this will bring back the medium term financial results for Media to at least sustain itself on a break-even point. This is one of my key assumption. Else it means that the property segment will be subsiding a loss-making business which does not make any sense for its long term viability.  Key Highlights:PayScale Industry Singapore Media BenchmarkOne off impairment charges of S$8Mil in Q4 FY2020 for the layoff of 140 staff from Media Solutions Division and SPH Magazines. Strangely, no cost savings numbers were furnished. But let's do a simple mathematical extrapolation o
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Blade Knight
2020-08-10 06:50:16
Investment Portfolio Updates-9th August 2020
It has been a long time since I last updated my investment portfolio. The March'20 market crash was very sudden. I have remained invested mostly throughout this dark period. The major change I made was to shift out more of my more stable REITs from my CDP account into the margin account to avoid the possibility of a margin call in the event of a sucker's rally and to prepare for another potential market crash.1. Retail REITsThe retail REITs which I am holding in the margin account such as SPH REIT, Frasers Centrepoint Trust and Lendlease right now are still down by 20% to 30% from the pre-market crash. Dividends have been cut drastically also. I remain cautiously optimistic that once the COVID-19 vaccine become successfully rolled out by end of the year or early next year, the devastating
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Blade Knight
2020-07-01 21:46:38
Singapore Press Holdings Severely Undervalued- Possible New Growth Engine Into Fast Growing High Tech Industry Data Centres
It is ironic that many investors have been dumping Singapore Press Holdings ("SPH") and proclaiming that media is dead and the way forward is to invest in high tech business with data centres such as in Mapletree Industrial Trust. Then on 29 June 2020, SPH announced a joint venture with Keppel Data Centres Holding Pte Ltd to develop and operate data centre facilities at 82 Genting Lane.I have actually been to SPH's Genting Lane premise before to perform an external audit on SPH Magazine subgroup many years back. It was crazy then as SPH had many subsidiaries and there were many different group of auditors being dispatched to its various premises (main one at Toa Payoh) to rush out the year end reporting.   1. Investments into development and maintenance of data centres- One off i
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Blade Knight
2020-06-26 17:53:45
Singapore Press Holdings Stock Crash in May 2020- Buy More Or Worst Yet To Come?
Singapore Press Holdings (“SPH”) seemed to be plagued with bad luck recently and its stock performance had dropped to an all-time low level towards the end of May 2020. As at the beginning of FY2020, SPH price was still at S$2.20 per share. On 29 May 2020, its price declined sharply again (yes, another sharp drop since the March 2020 price collapse) to a price of S$1.25 per share and a 52 week low from the day before price of S$1.46 per share. This represented a spectacular loss in value of 43.2% relative to the beginning year’s price. The million dollar question on every investor’s mind is whether the price will decrease or crash any further to less than S$1 per share.1. So what had happened to cause a 12.3% decline within a day? On 28 May 2020, SPH price was still hovering a
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Collin Seow
2020-06-24 22:20:38
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 financially 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 options 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 Jul to 30th Sep 2020).   Share this Infographic On Your Site </p><br /><br /><br /><b
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Tom K
2020-06-21 09:16:01
WILL YOU MISS THIS STRAITS TIMES INDEX (STI) STOCK?
Dear readers, will you miss this Straits Times Index (STI) stock as it drops off from the Straits Times Index with effect from next Monday 22 Jun 2020? This stock is none other than Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) stock which will be replaced by Mapletree Industrial Trust with effect from 22 Jun 2020 arising from... The post WILL YOU MISS THIS STRAITS TIMES INDEX (STI) STOCK? appeared first on SG STOCKS INVESTING: SAVINGS, GRATITUDE (SG) & STOCKS INVESTING! SAVE MORE, BE GRATEFUL AND INVEST BETTER!.
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-06-18 09:29:31
Complete Guide To Investing In The Straits Times Index (STI) ETFs
This article was first published on 12 June 2018, and updated to include the latest information. Investing our money to grow and beat inflation over the long-term is important to building our wealth and safeguarding our retirement. However, starting the investing journey can be filled with uncertainties and can also be daunting. This is why the STI ETF is usually recommended as a good first investment to start learning about investments and building your confidence. In this guide, you will find everything you need to know about investing in the STI ETF. What Is The Straits Times Index (STI)? What Are The 30 Constituent Stocks That Make Up The STI Today? The  STI Reserve List What Is An ETF? What Is The STI ETF? How To Start Investing In The STI ETF? Read Also: Why Your First Stock Inves
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sias
2020-06-07 22:05:53
A good start as hopes of swift recovery take grip
Markets all over world switch to “risk on’’ mode; STI powered up by 8.8% on hopes of swift economic recovery; Underpinning hopes was large-scale monetary and fiscal stimulus; Encouraging economic numbers from China and US also helped; Hyflux directors face criminal investigation; SPH dropped from STI, replaced by Mapletree Industrial Trust   It’s “risk on’’ as markets react to stimulus, encouraging economic numbers Hopes of a quick economic recovery powered the Straits Times Index to a 241.5 points or 8.8% per cent gain last week at 2,751.50. These hopes arose as more countries, including Singapore, started reopening their economies after a 2-month lockdown brought on by the ongoing virus pandemic. Also helping was news of large-scale government stimulus – in Singapore,
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Sim Kang Heong
2020-06-07 10:34:35
4 Stocks This Week (STI Reserve List) [5 June 2020] Keppel DC; Suntec; Frasers Logistics & Commercial; Keppel REIT
It’s not every day that developments on the Singapore Exchange makes it to the public discourse. But this week it did, thanks to news of Singapore Press Holdings (SGX: T39) being kicked out of Singapore’s benchmark Straits Times Index (STI). This comes a week after SPH was removed from the MSCI Singapore Index. The STI is often used as a proxy for the broader Singapore stock market, consisting of the 30 largest and most liquid blue chip companies on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). These 30 companies account for more than 70% of the market capitalisation of the entire SGX. STI constituents are reviewed every quarter, and the index is reconstituted if stocks no longer qualify to remain on the index or are delisted. In this round of review (dated 4 June 2020), SPH was removed and replaced
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-05-30 23:11:20
25 MSCI Singapore & 30 STI Stocks (仙人指路)
Both MSCI Singapore Index (SiMSCI, 25 stocks) and Straits Times Index (STI, 30 stocks) are important guidance for Singapore stock investors on “Good” stocks for investing. In this article, you will learn on how to invest in index stocks in a right way. MSCI Singapore Index has recently removed 4 blue chip stocks (which are also 30 STI component stocks) from the list: 1) ComfortDelGro (SGX: C52) 2) SATS (SGX: S58) 3) Sembcorp Industries (SGX: U96) 4) Singapore Press Holdings, SPH (SGX: T39) and adding only 1 stock as replacement: Mapletree Logistics Trust, MLT (SGX: M44U), a giant Singapore REIT, which is also 30 STI component stock. MSCI Singapore Index component stock selection criteria is stricter than STI index (only based on trading market capitalization, a w
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Siah Wei Heng
2020-05-27 17:20:18
The Courage Fund: Here’s How The Government And Fellow Singaporeans Are Supporting Frontline Workers And COVID-19 Patients
The pandemic has upended the lives of everyone, but some more so than the others. In times like this, various donation drives and efforts have sprung up to care for the vulnerable and affected. One of them include The Courage Fund, a fund to provide relief and support to those affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The Courage Fund is administered by the Community Chest, the fundraising and engagement arm of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS). Donations to Community Chest are entitled to tax deductions. Read Also: Pros And Cons Of Charities Using Professional Fundraisers (And Should You Donate)? When Was The Courage Fund Established? Set up in 2003, The Courage Fund was a fund-raising initiative to care for SARS victims and healthcare workers. It was jointly organised by National
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Sim Kang Heong
2020-05-15 09:25:44
Deferred Insurance Premiums: 4 Questions Consumers Should Ask Before Using This Option
Last month, as part of efforts to complement the government’s relief measures for companies and individuals, the Monetary Authority of Singapore announced special concessions regarding loan repayments and insurance premium payments. Since then, there have been hundreds of queries from policyholders about how they can go about deferring their premium payments. You can read our coverage of details of MAS’ announcement, as well as our thoughts on whether you should defer your mortgage repayments, even if you don’t really have to. In this article, we will be discussing the issue of insurance premium deferments, as well as the questions consumers should have clarity on before making the decision to defer their premium payments. #1 Why Are Insurers Allowing Insurance Premium Deferments? Fi
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Dean Goh
2020-05-12 13:35:22
Singapore blue chips: Are they a safe haven?
Blue-chip stocks are shares of larger, well-established companies with a long track record of financial stability and performance. These companies normally have national brand recognition and are leaders in their industry. A blue-chip stock is also usually included in major market indexes that serve as a benchmark for the country’s stock market. For example, blue chips like the FAANG stocks are included in the S&P 500 index, which measures the stock performances of 500 large companies listed on the U.S. stock exchanges. Singapore’s S&P 500 equivalent is the Straits Times Index (STI). The STI tracks the performance of the top 30 companies listed on the SGX. Hence, STI component stocks can be considered as Singapore’s blue chips that are listed on the SGX. Here is
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-04-07 01:28:53
Grandparents Blue Chip Stock SPH (远虑近忧)
Singapore Press Holdings (SGX: T39), SPH, is a well-known blue chip stock with 35 years of history of press business. It is popular especially among “grandparents” level of investors as a passive income generator through dividend payment. In the past (over 20 years ago), there was little competition in this monopoly business, therefore SPH could gain income easily through advertisements with more circulations of hardcopy newspapers. However, in the internet era over the past 10+ years, disruptive technologies have changed the rules of the game, providing more channels of news (mostly free) through webpages, blogs, videos and social media (eg. Facebook). As a result, number of SPH newspapers readers have been declining over the past decade (while Facebook and other internet u
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Blade Knight
2019-12-28 16:43:35
Investment Portfolio Updates for December 2019 and Singapore Press Holdings Looks Attractive Again With New Growth Path
There is not much changes since my last update except for paring down of stakes in SingMedical Group and taking up positions over 3 tranches into Eagle Hospitality Trust. I have also moved part of my cash investments into my margin portfolio. My own goal for FY2020 will be to further reduce the volatility of my margin portfolio in order to enhance the resiliency of the dividend/interest income stream against market downturn for this new investment approach. My current overall projected annual recurring income has increased by around 52% using this newly created investment portfolio.Singapore Press Holdings Looking Attractive Again with additional foray into Student Accomodation.Currently, I am looking into some projection and stress testing of Singapore Press Holdings "SPH". The recent S$7
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Blade Knight
2019-11-10 14:29:18
Singapore Press Holdings and SPH REIT Review- Media Segment Continues to Worsen But Bright Spot From Property Segment
Singapore Press Holdings ("SPH") continues to face headwind in its Media Segment. The media  business faces decline in print advertisement and circulation revenue. Worse still, the bloodletting from technological disruption has not reached the trough and its operating results is expected to deteriorate. Media revenue dropped from S$ 656Mil in FY2018 to S$ 577Mil in FY2019 which is a 12% decline. Media profit plunged from S$98.7Mil in FY2018 to S$54.7Mil which is a shocking 44.6% decline. At one point in time, its share price dipped below S$2 per share. Another round of retrenchment exercise has been announced by SPH to shave off 5% of staff in its Media Group. It has since recovered to S$2.34 as at 8 November 2019.Extract of Business Segment Performance-Profits before taxationDespite
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Blade Knight
2019-05-06 21:41:56
Developer SPH and Kajima Slashed Woodleigh Residences Price by 10%-13% from $2000psf to starting from $1733psf For Relaunch in May 2019.
Interestingly today, my property agent messaged me that Singapore Press Holdings ("SPH") and its partner Kajima had slashed the price of Woodleigh Residences by 10% to 13% from S$2,000psf to as low as S$1,733psf. This was despite their initial assertion that the VVIP launch in October 2018 was a resounding success with over 60% of the launched units sold at an average price of 2,000psf. However, for the re-launch of Woodleigh Residences in May 2019, the developer SPH and Kajima must have decided that the risk of the market downturn may not be worth it and started slashing prices drastically in order to move more units. After all, the developer was only able to sell 30 units on the first weekend of its initial launch albeit declaring that 60% were sold by proclaiming that they only launched





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