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SGD 1.330
-0.020 / -1.48%
Share Price as of: 2022-09-27 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SGXE65760014
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Staples / Food & Staples Retailing / Food and Staples Retailing

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Sudhan Purushothuman
2022-07-16 17:41:48
4 Straits Times Index (STI) Stocks That Temasek Invests In: DBS; Singtel; SIA; ST Engineering
Temasek has set another record year. For its financial year ended 31 March 2022, Temasek’s reported an all-time high net portfolio value of S$403 billion, up around 6% from S$381 billion at end-March 2021, which was already a record-setting year. Out of its multi-billion-dollar portfolio, 27% is invested in Singapore companies, including both listed and private ones. This is in comparison to FY2021, where China previously formed the largest geographical component (27%) of Temasek’s investments. Source: Temasek In this week’s edition of 4 Stocks This Week, we look at four major Singapore-listed stocks that are part of Temasek’s portfolio. Those companies are also part of the Straits Times Index (STI), which serves as a proxy for the Singapore Exchange. DBS Group (SGX: DO5) DBS Gro
Dinesh Dayani
2022-07-13 11:47:47
5 Things We Learned About Temasek’s Portfolio Of Investments In FY2022
Temasek was founded in 1974 to take over assets that were held by the Singapore government. This ensured Singapore’s investments are professionally managed. How these investments perform should be of interest to everyone in Singapore. This isn’t just because Temasek’s portfolio is part of Singapore’s national reserves. Each year, a significant percentage of Singapore’s spending is derived from Net Investment Returns Contribution (NIRC) – from Temasek and GIC. In 2021, NIRC amounted to over $20.3 billion. This makes it the single largest contributor to the Singapore budget, or about a fifth of the government’s income. In 2022, the NIRC is estimated to be $21.6 billion. Temasek released its latest FY2022 results on 12 July 2022, and here are 5 things we learned about its portfo
Dinesh Dayani
2022-07-02 23:52:11
5 SREITs That Institutions Are Buying (More Than Selling) In 2022 Year-To-Date: Ascott Trust (SGX: HMN); Suntec REIT (SGX: T82U); CICT (SGX: C38U); FHT (SGX: ACV); Keppel REIT (SGX: K71U)
In the second quarter of 2022, the Straits Times Index (STI) delivered a negative 8% total return. This isn’t that surprising as global markets have been extremely volatile in that time – marked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, disruptions to supply chains, runaway inflation and rising interest rates. On the back of this, the SGX reported that institutions have pulled nearly $1.1 billion from Singapore stocks in the second quarter of 2022 on an aggregate basis. Diving deeper, banks, technology and REITs counters have booked the most net institutional outflow across all sectors. Against this challenging operating backdrop, there were still 5 REITs that managed to attract more institutional funds – pouring in $300 million more into the counters in 2022. This acted as a catalyst for t
2022-06-04 14:25:46
How Singapore’s Food and Agriculture Stocks Could Be Impacted By The World Food Supply Shock – Wilmar; Olam; Golden Agri-Resources; Japfa
Following Malaysia’s announcement that it will ban chicken exports from 1 June 2022, multiple Singapore supermarkets and wet markets saw their shelves cleared out of fresh chicken. Amidst the speculation that the price of chicken will increase due to supply constraints, several people have taken to Carousel to list chicken at significantly marked-up prices. One user listed a ”rare limited fried chicken” for $3,000, adding to the description: ”Last chance to taste chicken before it becomes extinct for months to come.” While this is obviously a joke (we think?), it indicates the sentiments that many of us may currently be feeling, and that is prices of food would be on the rise in the months to come. While such a doomsday scenario is unlikely to occur after Fair
2022-03-20 10:39:24
A drop in oil, a rebound on Wall St and hopes of a Russia-Ukraine settlement pushed the STI up 2.5%
The STI rebounded 81 points or 2.6% at 3,330.63 The S&P gained 6.2%, the Dow 5.5% and Nasdaq 8.2% Driving the rebound was hope of fresh Russia-Ukraine talks Oil prices fell but remain volatile China sent positive market signals which also helped A hawkish Fed raised rates and signalled six more hikes this year Singapore’s NODX grew a disappointing 9.5% in Feb Olam Group started trading Hopes of fresh talks led to a fall in oil and rise in stocks Hopes of fresh talks between Ukraine and Russia that led to a sharp drop in oil prices last week helped overshadow signs of a hawkish US Federal Reserve which signalled that fighting inflation with interest rate hikes is its main priority. The outcome was a volatile but ultimately firm week for Wall Street that spilled over here, enabling
2022-03-06 17:56:57
Random thoughts: Steady portfolio in chaotic times.
My portfolio is 10 percent in the green, but I have several misadventures, with counters down by 50 percent or more, such as TianNeng Power international, and several others such as Alibaba 9988The portfolio is actually not at it lowest, for the past 1 year, despite the HK tech meltdown, Russia War, and inflation fears.Looking back, the last 6 months provide several reflective points, which I will pen down 1) Portfolio should include both realised and unrealised profits and also cash.I used to ignore unrealised profits or loss in looking at my portfolio, and realised how foolish I have been. Several counters that I bought for a trading gains, like Geely, Alibaba, JD has gone from a profits to loss. Geely especially, has met target of 50 percent gains, and yet, I didn't do anything.&nb
2021-12-11 13:54:24
Random thoughts: These stocks will likely increase their dividends in FY 2021
NOTE: I owned shares of the below mentioned counters, and hence have my biases and ulterior motives for writing this post (Evil laughs) 1) UOBKayhian1H earning beats 2020 earnings. UOBkayhian biggest earning segment is trading commission. SGX trading volume and value for the last 11 months beats 2020 (11 months)US market is seeing new high, Thailand trading volume and value for the last 11 months are also significantly higher than 2020.If the 50% payout holds (which is the case for many years), there is a high probability that dividends will exceed last year 9.5 cents. (1H EPS is already 11 cents.)2) Hotung 2020 EPS is 5.42 NT$, and 1H 2021 EPS is already 3.28NT$2021 there is frequent share buybacks, and this is NOT a yearly occurernce2021 there are 2 vested compan
Create Wealth Through Long-Term Investing and Short-Term Trading
2021-09-21 11:09:54
CAPITALANDINVEST after CPL Restructuring
Read? Lost Your Money In Hyflux??? (2)Read? CPL - Lucky Round Number @ $4 (SOLD)Monday, 28 January 2013CPL - Sold ROC 37%Not the best kind of returns. :-(Round 18: ROC 37.0%, 1038 days, B $2.90 S $4.00--------------------------------------------------------------------Those Hero stocks of 2009 - 2011 that helped to recover from 2007 to 2009 draw-down of - 53%Top two past heroes are dead!Noble (Wrote off)Olam (All sold)Kep Corp (Top 1 holding)Semb Corp (Top 2 holding)Semb Marine (All sold)Hyflux (Wrote off)Biosensors (Taken Private)CPL (Reduce to minor holding) <--- Another forced recovery of invested capital soon to switch Horse!----------------------------------------------Hmm .. after cash recovery of $0.951; net investment cost as follows :Capitalandinvest @ $2.92CapLand In
2021-08-14 15:44:29
Company prospecting: Olam
Just sharing some of my thoughts here.Olam is a food commodity trader, processor, producer and distributor. There are a few pieces of good news that I thought but Olam shares are trading a recent low. (Post rights theoretical price should be around $1.6) Yet, they recently announced record earning and has firmed plans for demerger of OFI to primary list in LSE and secondary listing in SGX. Given commodity prices has a good run, and with 1H earning of 11 cents, even if they only 4 cents in 2H (Which is highly unlikely given the elevated food prices, as well as worries over supply disruptions and inflation etc), Olam will be in the PE range of 10. Olam also increase dividends in 1H, signaling the confidence of management. In terms of valuations, this is the first time in

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