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VERTEX TECH SPAC (SGX:VT1)


VERTEX TECH SPAC (SGX:VT1) @ SGinvestors.io
SGD 4.740
+0.010 / +0.21%
Share Price as of: 2022-08-19 14:08
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / KYG9481M1298
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / SPAC / SPAC


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Shashi Kumar
2022-04-02 08:59:38
5 Things To Know About Daiwa House Logistics Trust (SGX Code: DHLU), A Japan Based Logistics REIT
When we talk about industries that are recession-proof, few would guess logistics. During the 2020 pandemic-induced recession, the growth of e-commerce spurred strong demand for logistics space by third-party logistics (3PL) service providers. The demand for logistics space in Japan, which has the fourth-largest ecommerce market, is expected to grow further in the coming years as consumers embrace online shopping. Furthermore, similar growth is expected in other Southeast Asian countries, where ecommerce is in its nascent stage. Investors looking to have exposure to this growing sector can consider the Daiwa House Logistics Trust (“DHLT”). DHLT (SGX: DHLU) was listed on SGX’s mainboard on 26 November 2021. Though it is an Asia-focused logistics REIT, its current portfolio consists of
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sias
2022-03-12 22:36:58
STI managed 0.7% gain despite ongoing war in Ukraine
The Straits Times Index added 23 points or 0.7% at 3,249.66 Russian invasion of Ukraine was still the main factor Oil and commodity price volatility spilled over to stocks Prices gyrated in tandem with hopes of talks, later those hopes were dashed Signs of stability emerging – oil fell 5.5%, US 10-year yield rose above 2% US inflation is running at 40-year high Two SPACs began trading as shares and warrants Private banks are “neutral’’ on equities, citing Russia-Ukraine risks Despite the war entering its 3rd week, the STI managed a 0.7% rise The war in Ukraine and its impact on oil and commodity prices continued to play havoc on stock markets everywhere, Singapore included. Another volatile week ensued as oil first shot up above US$130 a barrel, then fell sharply back to the US
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2022-01-31 23:41:28
Monthly wrap for January 2022: “As goes January, so goes the year”?
The STI gained 126 points or 4% in January at 3,249.59 The rise came despite Wall St’s nervousness and correction US investors worried about number of rate hikes in 2022 DBS and UOB made major regional asset purchases in Jan Three SPACs listed, only Vertex held its ground Will January’s 4% gain be mirrored in the whole year’s performance? There’s an old saying on Wall Street that “as goes January, so goes the year.” In other words, what happens in the financial markets in the first few weeks of the calendar year tends to set the tone for the rest of the year ahead. As far as local investors are concerned, most will surely be hoping that the saying will apply in 2022, given that for the past month, the Straits Times Index has risen 124 points or 4% to 3,249.59. That the full
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2022-01-23 12:14:25
Banks help keep the STI afloat as Wall St tumbled
UOB took over from DBS as main bank play The STI added 13 points or 0.4% at 3,294.86 despite sliding Wall St SPACS Vertex Tech and Pegasus Asia debuted on Thurs and Fri respectively SGX RegCo issued trading warning on Metech Wall St fell every day of the week as bond yields spiked up on rising rate expectations Fed funds futures pricing in 5.6% chance of a 25-basis points rate hike at this week’s FOMC Nasdaq is now 14% below its Nov all-time high UOB took over from DBS as main bank play Earlier in the month it was gains in DBS that contributed the most towards the Straits Times Index’s upward push. Last week as DBS’s momentum stalled, UOB and OCBC took over, their gains helping the index add 13 points or 0.4% at 3,294.86 – a rise that came despite surging US bond yields that cau
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2022-01-01 10:52:24
Monthly wrap for December 2021: A firm month to round off a firm year
The Straits Times Index rose 2.7% to end the year at 3,123.68 For 2021 the STI rose 9.8% making it one of region’s best performers Wall Street enjoyed one of its best years in history S&P 500 rose 27%, Dow gained 19%, Nasdaq 21% in 2021 Two SPACs get nod to list on SGX Koufu’s founders offer to privatize company at 77 cents per share Two Mapletree Reits propose merger STI in 2021 recovered most of its 2020 loss It was a firm month for the local stock market with the Straits Times Index rising 82 points or 2.7% to 3,123.68. This brought its gain for the year to 279.87 points or 9.8%, making it one of the best performing markets in this region. It also means that the index has almost regained all of the 11.7% it lost in 2020 when Covid-19 appeared and dragged most global stocks lo





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