SGX Listed Stock


SGD 2.390
+0.070 / +3.02%
Share Price as of: 2019-05-24 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1P66918738
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Communication Services / Media & Entertainment / Media

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The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2019-05-25 07:59:31
Singapore Blue Chips at 52-Week Lows: Are They Cheap?
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) is not having a great May; thus far, it has tumbled around 7%. That seems to have left some of the index’s components languishing at their 52-week low prices. Let’s look at three blue chips that are selling at the bottom. The trio of beaten-down blue chips The three blue-chip shares that are selling near their respective 52-week lows are Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L), Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39), and Sembcorp Industries Limited (SGX: U96). Company Share Price 52-Week Intraday Low Price Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio Price-to-Book (P/B) Ratio Dividend Yield Singapore Airlines S$9.13 S$9.14 16 0.8 3.3% Singapore Press Holdings S$2.32 S$2.31 14 1.1 3.7% Sembcorp Industries S$2.46 S$2.43 12 0.6 1.6%  Source: SGX Stoc
Lim Si Jie
2019-05-09 14:00:03
4 Refreshing Stock Picks You Should Consider
4 Refreshing Stock Picks You Should Consider After a splendid run-up in the past 4 months, stocks are looking a tad expensive. A correction seems overdue, as markets began to feel jittery about renewed trade tensions. For investors who are out on a hunt for bargain stocks to rebalance your portfolio, here are four stocks that you should consider. Investors Takeaway: 4 Refreshing Stock Picks You Should Consider By UOBKH ST Engineering ST Engineering has been on an acquisition spree of companies that are earnings accretive. Its latest acquisition, Newtec, is a satellite communication company in the broadcast & consumer space. According to UOBKH, Newtec’s satellite communication technology is a critical infrastructure in providing real-time content. Industry sources have estimated t
Sim Kang Heong
2019-05-05 11:03:05
4 Stocks This Week (FTSE ST Small Cap Index) 3 May 2019 – QAF; UMS; CES; Bumitama Agri
FTSE Russell, together with Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and the Singapore Exchange (SGX), maintains the Singapore stock market’s primary benchmark – the Straits Times Index (STI). In addition to the STI, FTSE Russell maintains other indices of SGX-listed stocks for the purposes of benchmarking portfolio performance and creation of financial products like mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). These indices represent different sectors, company sizes, and themes. Read Also: S&P500 vs Straits Times Index: Which Is “Better” For Beginner Singapore Investors? One of these indices is the FTSE ST Small Cap Index, which FTSE Russell describes as “a free float-adjusted, market capitalisation-weighted index representing the performance of small-capitalised companies, whic
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2019-05-02 16:05:43
How Did Singapore’s Stock Market Perform in April?
Last month, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) added 187 points, or 5.8%, to end at 3,400.2. There were 22 index components that were in the green; seven were in the doghouse while CapitaLand Commercial Trust (SGX: C61U) finished unchanged. The latest earnings season started with Singapore Press Holdings Limited’s (SGX: T39) subsidiary SPH REIT (SGX: SK6U) announcing its financial results on 5 April. SPH owns 70% of the retail REIT. Singapore Press Holdings released its own set of results a few days later on 9 April. The media giant’s second-quarter operating revenue fell 4.4% year-on-year to S$223.3 million while net profit plunged 25.7% to S$29.7 million. You can jump in here for the earnings coverage. For the whole of April, Singapore Press Holdings shares rose 4.1% to S$2.51. Th
Sim Kang Heong
2019-03-17 09:40:23
4 Stocks This Week (STI Reserve List) [15 Mar 2019] – Keppel REIT; MCT; MLT; MNACT
This week, news broke that big-name furniture and electronics retailer Courts Asia will be delisted from SGX after its acquisition by Nojima Asia Pacific, who would own 90.07% of Courts Asia, thus causing it to not fulfil the free float requirement to remain public. This comes after last month’s news that Singapore’s third largest telco, M1, will also be delisted, following its acquisition by a joint venture between Keppel Corporation and Singapore Press Holdings. Read Also: 4 Stocks This Week (M1 Acquisition) [28 September 2018] – Keppel; Keppel T&T; SPH; M1 One advantage of investing based on indices like the Straits Times Index (STI) is that it is self-regenerating. Index constituents are periodically reviewed (quarterly, in STI’s case) and reconstituted if particular stock
Ching Sue Mae
2019-03-03 12:33:36
4 Stocks This Week (Telcos & Keppel): M1, Singtel, Starhub, Keppel
With the introduction of the Open Electricity Market, telcos have begun their foray into the electricity market in Singapore. Telcos have started working together with electricity providers to sell electricity plans to consumers. M1 is tying up with Keppel Electric, while Singtel is collaborating with Geneco. These partnerships between the telcos and electricity providers offer customers electricity plans at competitive prices bundled with promotions for the telco’s services. In this episode of 4 Stocks This Week, we take a closer look at the how Singapore’s three largest telcos are doing, along with Keppel Corp, which is involved in taking M1 private and has a subsidiary (Keppel Electric) involved in the Open Electricity Market as a retailer. Read Also: [Cheatsheet] The Best SIM
Ching Sue Mae
2019-02-13 12:09:52
What Happens When A Publicly Listed Company Gets Privatised?
Privatisation happens when a publicly-listed company receives a buyout offer from a private company. Some companies that have been privatised in recent years include: SMRT, Keppel Land, Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), OSIM International and more. Why Privatisation Happens There are many reasons why a company gets privatised. The company is undervalued: Being undervalued is one of the reasons a private stakeholder such as a private-equity firm offers to privatise the company. Another result of a company being undervalued could be the company choosing to list in another country’s stock exchange instead. The company is undergoing some restructuring or reorganisation: Companies privatised due to corporate restructuring or a shift in the company’s interest. Strategic reasons: Changes in the c

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