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Lim Si Jie
2018-01-03 17:43:27
Watch These 3 Property Stocks In 2018
If 2017 was a year of reinvestment for developers, 2018 would be a year of more reinvestment and execution. Having accumulated a good inventory of land, developers will be ready to pounce on the recovering property market in Singapore. According to CIMB, 2018 will be another year of outperformance for property stocks, especially those with launch-ready projects that could be rolled out in the next 12 months. Residential:  Keep An Eye On Demand Momentum And Landbanking Activities CIMB anticipates that share price performance of property developers will be fuelled by strong end-buying demand momentum. Investments into new land bank and deployment of balance sheet capacity will also continue to provide uplift to Revised Net Asset Values (RNAV). Based on historical data, CIMB highlights that
2018-01-01 21:59:05
Singapore Stocks To Buy In 2018 ~ Brokers' Consensus
Singapore Top Stock Picks 2018 We consolidated the list of 2018 Top Singapore Stock Picks according to the analyst reports published by the research team of local brokers including CIMB Research, DBS Group Research, Maybank Kim Eng Research, OCBC Investment Research, Phillip Securities Research, RHB Research & UOB Kay Hian. The list consists of 53 stocks recommended by the 7 brokers in total. Out of the 53 stocks, 20 of them are recommended by at least 2 of the brokers.Stocks recommended by 3 or more brokers: Venture Corp, Ascendas REIT, UOL Group, CapitaLand Limited, City Developments, SingTel & Keppel Corp.Continue Reading »
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Sudhan P.
2017-12-31 12:39:58
The Singapore Market This Week: United Overseas Bank Ltd Leads the Pack Higher
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) ended the year at 3,402.92 points. It inched up 0.5% for the final week of 2017. Out of the 30 index components, 19 were in the positive territory; nine were in the red while the rest finished flat. United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11) and UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) both emerged as joint biggest winners of the index, adding 2.8% to S$26.45 and S$8.87, respectively. During the week, UOL announced that Secure Venture Development (No. 1) Pte Ltd, its 50%-owned associate, had finalised the purchase of freehold property, Nanak Mansions, for S$201.1 million. The 10,185 square metres site, which has a gross plot ratio of 1.4, allows the property outfit to “replenish its land bank for residential development in Singapore”. On the other hand, Yangzijiang Sh
Lim Si Jie
2017-12-28 14:02:40
3 Property Stocks To Monitor In 2018
Singapore’s property developers are close to finishing the year as one of the top performers in Singapore’s market. The property sector is up by 30 percent year-to-date. DBS feels that improving macro factors will continue to support Singapore’s property, which will in turn drive share prices of developers. Multi-Year Recovery Trend To Start From 2018 DBS is expecting a price recovery of three to five percent per annum over the next two years. Transaction value for properties is forecasted to hit $40 billion (up 40 percent year-on-year) for FY2017, $42.2 billion for FY2018 (up 5 percent year-on-year) and $44.3 billion for FY2019 (up 5 percent year-on-year) for the total private residential market, according to DBS. Aggressive Landbanking To Continue In 2018 Developers are already pri
Don Low
2017-12-28 11:26:12
SI Research: 3 Blue Chips To Invest In 2018
Many retail investors find blue chips breathtakingly boring, especially in the local stock market. That is understandably so, considering that the Straits Times Index (STI) – constituting the 30 largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange – underperformed other international market indices that continued to break new highs. To be fair, despite trailing the other major markets, STI still registered about a pleasant 17.8 percent gain leading to the end of 2017.  That being said, although less exciting than trying to pick up inconspicuous value small or mid-cap stocks, accumulating blue chips can still be highly rewarding (of course the crux is picking the right ones). For most retail investors, getting a decent return consistently should be their ultimate long-term investment goa
Lim Si Jie
2017-12-27 09:57:54
5 Other Stocks To Pick Up Before 2018
With 2017 coming to a close, it is time to relook and review your portfolio once again. For some, this is a once in a year exercise that could make or break their investment performance. Thus, it is a grand exercise that requires all the research you can find to help you make the best investment decisions. To aid your search for the most suitable stocks to add to your portfolio, here are five stock picks from MayBank Kim Eng (MBKE) for 2018. 5 Other Stocks To Pick Up Before 2018 1. GuocoLand While the property sector has been receiving its fair share of attention, GuocoLand seems to be left out of the property fever and hence making it a laggard within the sector. Yet, MBKE believes that there is compelling relative value in GuocoLand due to its upcoming launches. Moreover, its fundamental
2017-12-26 21:02:07
Property news round up 24 Dec 2017
Ascott adds Africa to portfolio following S America addition in April The serviced residence unit of CapitaLand has secured contracts to manage two properties in Accra, the capital of Ghana, in what has been a record year of growth as the company added 18 new cities across nine countries and added over 21,000 units to its portfolio. Following the latest acquisition, it now has 69,464 units. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Keppel-KBS US Reit rides positive office market dynamics The Reit, which listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) main board on Nov 9, 2017, is the second US-focused office Reit on SGX. It has an initial portfolio of 11 freehold office properties in seven key growth markets in the US, with an aggregate net lettable area (NLA) of over 3.2 million
Lim Si Jie
2017-12-26 11:51:49
3 Stocks To Invest In For Alpha Returns
If 2017’s stock market performance was an indication of Singapore’s recovery, CIMB is confident that 2018 will be even better. CIMB believes that the fundamentals of Singapore corporates are going to be ‘cleaner’ and ‘leaner’ leading into 2018. Moving forward into 2018, there are three top sectors that CIMB is overweight on. In this article, we single out CIMB’s top three sectors and highlight CIMB’s top alpha stock pick in each of the sectors. Investors Takeaway: 3 Alpha Picks From CIMB’s Overweight Sectors In 2018 1. Tech Sector: Favoured For Its Strong Demand For the past few quarters, the tech sector in Singapore has been reporting strong earnings. This is especially so for the contract tech manufacturing and semiconductor industry. As such, the tech sector has outper
Lim Si Jie
2017-12-22 09:56:59
Exposure To These 4 Sectors For Broad-based Growth In 2018!
2018 will be the year where Singapore’s economy recovery will broaden from the manufacturing sector to the rest of the economy, according to DBS. DBS believes that this turn in tide for Singapore’s economy is both powerful and sustainable. Thus, to help investors make better portfolio allocation in 2018, we highlight four sectors that DBS recommends adding exposure to in a year of broad-based growth. Investors Takeaway: 4 Sectors DBS Would Want Exposure To In 2018 Banking The past two years for the banking have been plagued by woes in the oil and gas sectors. While a recovery of the oil and gas sector might be too early to call, banks have largely provisioned for its risks in the sector. Moving forward, DBS highlights that one of the growth factors for banks in 2018 is loans growth.
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Sudhan P.
2017-12-18 18:16:20
The Singapore Stock Market Today: Clearbridge Health Ltd Makes Its Debut
Welcome to a brand-new week, everyone. Here are three things about the local stock market that you might be interested in today. 1. The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), ended Monday at 3,414.82 points, down 2.12 points or 0.06%. Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) lost the most ground today, slipping 2.9% to S$3.64. On the other hand, property outfit, UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14), was the biggest winner of the index; its shares rose 1.9% to S$8.70. 2. Following an announcement in July this year, Rowsley Limited (SGX: A50) gave an update that it has signed a deal with “Remisier King” Peter Lim to acquire a 100% stake in Thomson Medical and a 70.36% stake in TMC Life Sciences Berhad (TMCLS) for S$1.6 billion. Thomson Medical is Singapore’s largest private provider of hea
Don Low
2017-12-14 13:16:03
3 Undervalued Mid-Cap Developers To See Strong Growth In 2018
For most of 2H17, Rowsley Holdings (Rowsley) has dominated daily trading volumes owing to the news of Singaporean business magnate Peter Lim’s plan to inject Thomson Medical into the group. Other developers attracted little investors’ interest, until enbloc activities started to heat up recently. As always, investors tend to think of the usual suspects like City Developments and UOL Group when they want to pick up stocks to ride the recovery in Singapore’s property market. But that leaves some small and mid-cap developers undiscovered at discounted valuations. Here are 3 mid-cap developers that could see strong growth in 2018. Sexy Roxy-Pacific Holdings Overlooked for its size, Roxy-Pacific Holdings (Roxy) was one of the first movers to landbank when others were still unsure. Roxy s
Tom Tom Tom
2017-12-13 07:30:00
Dear readers, as we near the close of yet another trading year, there are more and more analysts giving their recommendations for selected Singapore stocks for Year 2018. In this post, we look at the top 15 Singapore stocks picks by DBS Group Research. The top 15 stocks are: 1) City Development2) Genting Singapore3) OCBC 4) Sembcorp Marine5) Singtel6) Thai Beverages7) UOB8) UOL GroupRead more »
2017-12-08 10:42:53
Singapore Property Bulls Ignore Central Bank’s Warning
Singapore developers may extend their share rally into 2018 on a reviving home market, according to money managers and analysts, who say the central bank’s warning on a potential oversupply may not play out for years. After double-digit gains this year, Morgan Stanley sees a 42 percent jump in shares of CapitaLand, the nation’s largest developer, and a 24 percent increase in City Developments, the second-biggest, in the next 12 months. Property companies such as City Developments and UOL Group are among the top performers in Singapore in 2017, with developers collectively on track for their best annual performance in five years. Signs of a revival in Singapore’s property market include record prices paid for land deals, the first increase in home prices in four years, and the first
Joey Ho
2017-12-06 14:14:44
SI Research: 3 Property Stocks At Attractive Valuations
Investors make use of several valuation indicators in the process of identifying investment worthy companies or setting a target entry and exit price. Some common indicators include price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, price-to-book value (P/B) ratio and dividend yield. In the previous issue of Shares Investment, we highlighted three net cash companies and illustrated how these companies can be valued using a modified price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio known as Ex-Cash P/E. With much activity going on in Singapore’s property market, it is likely that market participants will be keeping a close watch for signs of a revival. Typically, investors tend to focus on the P/B ratio for property stocks due to the significant amount of assets on these company’s books, while P/E would not be relevant due to
2017-11-27 12:53:10
Property news round up 26 Nov 2017
Big bricks-and-mortar stores say it with earnings: we’re not penny stocks The report felt like a turning of the tide in the battle between established bricks-and-mortar stores and the all-conquering Shares of chains that had been on the brink of “penny stock” status, including JC Penney and Sears Holding, came roaring back. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Mayfair Gardens sold en bloc for S$311 million THE en bloc train continues to chug along with Oxley Holdings’ subsidiary, Citrine Property, clinching Mayfair Gardens for S$311 million. The sale price, with an additional lease top-up premium estimated at S$52 million to top up the lease to a fresh 99 years, translates to a land price of approximately S$1,244 per square foot pe
Annie Lim
2017-11-17 09:15:41
3 Stocks With Exciting Quarters Ahead To Watch
Looking out for firm-specific news is important for retail investors who are not well-diversified and have invested a significant amount of money in any one particular company. Below are three companies highlighted by analysts with exciting news for the quarter ahead. 1. Memtech International (MTEC) Memtech exceeded the expectations of analysts at CIMB Research with their core net profit due to “gross margin expansion, higher operational efficiency, and lower-than-expected tax rate” despite reporting lower revenue as compared to forecasted figures. The management has attributed the low revenue to “slower progress in the Tesla production”, and “more selective take-up of consumer electronics projects” because of the tighter labour supply in China. The segment that was bringing in
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David Kuo
2017-11-05 12:34:50
The Week Ahead: Can DBS Trump OCBC and UOB?
We are about to enter the final stretch of the Singapore earning season. More than a dozen Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) are pencilled in for results next week. DBS Group (SGX: D05) will be the final Singapore banks to post numbers. It has a tough act to follow after blowout results from OCBC (SGX: O39) and UOB (SGX: U11). In August, Singapore’s biggest bank posted an 8% jump in second-quarter profits. However, the bank pointed to pressures in credit in the oil and gas sector. Airport-services outfit SATS (SGX: S58) recently announced a tie-up with Malaysian-based airline AirAsia. Next week it will tell us how it has fared in the second quarter. In July, it said operating profit dipped 1.8% due to the end of rebates extended by Changi airport to help deal with challenging times. C
Sim Kang Heong
2017-10-27 14:37:08
En-Bloc Fever 2017: How Much Longer Will It Go On?
For the past few months, we have been reading about one residential property after another being sold en bloc, with many more being put on sale. After a spate of successful collective sales, both large and small, pundits started to declare that the Singapore property market is officially in an “en-bloc fever”. Let’s review the deals that were struck this year and consider whether this fever will continue to burn. We will also discuss whether the fever is a totally good thing. En Bloc 2017: A Year In Review The total value of en bloc deals for 2017 has already hit $6.1 billion – a figure that could continue to increase in view of additional deals that have the potential to close in the remaining months. This makes 2017 currently the third biggest year for en bloc deals in term

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