SGX Listed Stock

THAI BEVERAGE PUBLIC CO LTD (SGX:Y92)


SGD 0.820
-0.005 / -0.61%
Share Price as of: 2019-03-26 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / TH0902010014
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Staples / Food, Beverage & Tobacco / Beverages


Thai Beverage Blogger ArticlesTHAI BEVERAGE PUBLIC CO LTD Blogger Articles SGX Listed THAI BEVERAGE PUBLIC CO LTD (SGX:Y92) Blogger Articles Y92.SI Blogger Articles
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-03-25 10:49:00
Sembcorp Marine Ltd’s Share Price is Down 30% From a 52-Week High: Is It Cheap Now?
SembCorp Marine Ltd‘s (SGX: S51) share price of S$1.65 at the time of writing is down 30% from a 52-week high of S$2.35. Is Sembcorp Marine cheap now? If so, it might be a good opportunity for investors. Determining cheapness It’s difficult to determine if Sembcorp Marine is cheap, but we can get some insight by comparing the company’s current valuation with the market’s using three common metrics: the price-to-book (P/B) ratio, price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, and dividend yield. I will be using the SPDR STI ETF (SGX: ES3) as a proxy for the market; it’s an exchange-traded fund that tracks the fundamentals of Singapore’s stock market benchmark, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI). The company’s business Sembcorp Marine provides offshore and marine engineering
Aspire
Jimmy Ng
2019-03-18 10:47:11
SI Research: A Time To Be Cautious
Following the United States extending its deadline to raise tariffs on Chinese products and increased optimism that the two biggest economies are well on track to reach an agreement, outlook in the markets has clearly turned for the better. Because of this, China’s Shanghai Composite Index jumped 5.6 percent within a single trading day on 25 February 2019. Along with the rise of the Chinese markets, the local bourse also saw its benchmark Straits Times Index registering a year-to-date return of 3.9 percent. In the last two months, we noticed three stocks which had good run-ups achieving double-digit growth in their share prices. As investment guru Warren Buffett had pointed out, “be fearful when others are greedy”. While we cannot say for sure if these three stocks may continue to ru
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-03-06 09:34:22
Good News From Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited’s Full-Year Result
Last week, Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited (SGX: J36) reported its 2018 full-year (FY18) result. Jardine Matheson is a conglomerate with interest in the web of Jardines companies that include Jardine Strategic Holdings Limited (SGX: J37), Jardine Cycle & Carriage Ltd (SGX: C07), Hongkong Land Holdings Limited (SGX: H78), Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd (SGX: D01), and others. Current and prospective investors in Jardine Matheson should keep reading; we’ve compiled the 10 most important things investors should know from the company’s latest earnings update. Full-year revenue increased 10% year on year to US$42.5 billion. Underlying full-year operating profit (excluding non-trading items) improved 13% year on year to US$4.0 billion. Underlying full-year profit a
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Lawrence Nga
2019-03-05 08:47:42
Is Singapore Telecommunications Limited a Buying Opportunity After Falling 16%?
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74), or Singtel, is one of the three main telcos in Singapore. The other two are M1 Ltd and StarHub Ltd. At the share price of S$2.99 (at the time of writing), Singtel’s share price has declined by about 16% from its highest point in the last 12 months of S$3.58. This raises a question: Is Singtel’s stock cheap now? If shares are cheap, it might be a good opportunity for investors. There is no easy answer, but we can get some insight by comparing Singtel’s current valuation with the market’s valuation. We’ll use three common valuation metrics: the price-to-book (P/B) ratio, price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, and dividend yield. I will be using the SPDR STI ETF (SGX: ES3) as a proxy for the market; the SPDR STI ETF is an exchang
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-03-05 08:45:38
1 Simple Number for Understanding 3 Important Areas of Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Limited
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Limited (SGX: O39), or OCBC, is one of the three major banks based out of Singapore, along with DBS Group Holdings Ltd and United Overseas Bank Ltd. The choice of ROE We’re using one metric — the return on equity, or ROE — to understand F&N’s business. This financial metric gives investors important insight into a company’s ability to generate a profit using the shareholders’ capital it has. A ROE of 20% means a company generates $0.20 in profit for every dollar of shareholders’ capital invested. In general, the higher a company’s ROE, the more profitable it is. A high ROE can also be a sign that a company has a high-quality business. It’s worth noting that the use of high leverage — which increases the financial risk faced
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Sudhan P.
2019-03-04 10:23:52
Here’s How Singapore-Listed Banks Performed in 2018
DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05), Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (SGX: O39) and United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11) are three major listed banks in Singapore. The trio, which make up around 40% of the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), performed well financially in 2018. For investors who are looking to pick the best of the lot, here’s a comparison of the banks’ 2018 key financial ratios. Key ratios on profitability The table below shows a few key ratios that give us a picture of the banks’ profitability:Source: Banks’ 2018 financial statements (the “best” metrics are in bold) Net interest margin (NIM): Similar to the operating margin for an industrial company. The NIM shows the average interest margin that a bank is earning from its borrowing and lendi
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Jeremy Chia
2019-03-02 15:24:14
High-Flying Best World International Limited’s Net Profit Is Up 30%
Best World International Limited (SGX: CGN) shares spiked more than 8% on Wednesday, 27 February after the company reported another quarter of earnings growth. Fourth-quarter net profit was up by 28.9% from the corresponding period last year, which brought its full-year profit up to S$72.9 million, 30.9% higher than the previous year. Here are the key takeaways from its earnings update. The numbers Revenue and gross profit for the reporting quarter increased by 78.6% and 109.2%, respectively. For the quarter, net profit attributable to owners was up by 28.9% to S$28.1 million. Full-year revenue and gross profit were up 24.0% and 41.6%, respectively. Full-year net profit increased by 30.9% to S$72.8 million. Full-year basic earnings per share rose 31.0% to 13.26 Singapore cents. The compan
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-03-02 15:20:12
10 Things Investors Should Know About BHG Retail REIT’s Latest Earnings Update
On Tuesday, BHG Retail REIT (SGX: BMGU) announced its 2018 full-year result. BHG Retail REIT is a real estate investment trust that focuses on retail malls in China, and it currently has a portfolio of five malls. Its sponsor is the China-listed Beijing Hualian Department Store Co. Ltd, which is part of the Beijing Hualian Group, one of China’s largest retail operators. Let’s look at 10 important things from the company’s earnings announcement that investors should know: Full-year gross revenue grew 8.0% year on year to S$69.7 million, while net property income (NPI) improved by 6.3% to S$45.6 million. Yet, distribution per unit (DPU) declined 5.7% year on year to 5.16 Singapore cents. Gearing as of 31 December 2018 stood at 30.7%. REITs in Singapore have a regulatory gearing
The Motley Fool Singapore
David Kuo
2019-03-02 12:11:59
The Week Ahead: Three Central Banks In The Spotlight
The Singapore earnings season is over for another quarter. Some of the outstanding performers included Thai Beverage Company (SGX: Y92), Venture Corp (SGX: V03) and Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (SGX: BS3). But now the attention turns to political and economic matters. A speech from the Fed chair, Jerome Powell, is expected to draw some attention. In his semi-annual Monetary Policy Report to Congress, he left many questions unanswered, especially his comment that financial markets are now more volatile and that financial conditions are now less supportive of growth. The contraction in some sectors of the Chinese economy is likely to be closely watched. News of the third straight month of shrinkage in Chinese manufacturing could make it even more important that the Caixin Services PMI indicat
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Sudhan P.
2019-03-01 22:48:43
Thai Beverage Public Company Limited Led the Pack Higher in February
Last month, Singapore’s stock market, as represented by the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), inched up by 0.7%, or by around 23 points, to 3212.7. Of the 30 index stocks, 18 were in the positive territory, 10 were in the red, while the remaining two were flat. Thailand’s leading beverage producer, Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92), was the best performer of the pack. The company’s shares rose 11.6% to S$0.815 apiece. For the first quarter ended 31 December 2018, Thai Beverage’s revenue surged 59.7% year-on-year to THB 72.6 billion while net profit attributable to shareholders more than doubled from THB 2.96 billion to THB 7.42 billion. The increased revenue was due to higher volume across all business segments. The spirits segment showed exceptional performance, w
The Fifth Person
Victor Chng
2019-02-22 11:19:19
8 things I learned from the 2019 F&N AGM
In December 2017, Fraser & Neave Limited (F&N) incorporated a new joint venture company called Emerald Brewery Myanmar to explore beer production in Myanmar. By November 2018, F&N further increased its ownership in the joint venture from 49% to 79.32%. This year, I decided to attend the 2019 F&N AGM to find out more about Emerald Brewery Myanmar and F&N’s overall business performance. Here are eight things I learned from the 2019 F&N AGM: 1. F&N is working with its partner, Thai Beverage, to penetrate the beer market in Myanmar. Chang Beer, which is owned by Thai Beverage, is currently the second best-selling beer in Myanmar and is seeking to challenge Myanmar Brewery for the top spot in the local market. 2. CEO of F&N’s beer business, Edmond N
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Royston Yang
2019-02-20 08:46:32
3 Ways in Which Your Stock Portfolio Resembles an Orchard
While savouring various succulent fruits after a satisfying meal recently, it got me thinking about the similarities between fruits and investing. Here are three ways in which our investment portfolio resembles a fruit orchard. 1. Seeds that grow into mature trees When we buy companies as investments, we are planting them into our portfolios like seeds, hoping they will eventually grow into strong, mature trees which will bear lots of fruit. We would have to nurture the investments, watch over them and ensure they are growing well, just as we would water plants and add fertilizer to ensure they grow tall and strong. Remember that seeds take plenty of time before they grow into trees, and this is similar to investing as time is needed for companies to grow their earnings and to bear fruits
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Royston Yang
2019-02-20 08:15:17
Should You Heed All Forms of Investment Advice?
As Warren Buffett has been known to say: “Never ask the barber if you need a haircut.” This line essentially summarises almost all the investment research and advice investors receive, as there are vested interests for almost every piece of “advice” given. As a result, an investor might not know if the advice he is given is really for his own good, or if the advisor himself stands to benefit greatly instead. My own personal experience had me witnessing many friends asking their brokers for advice on whether to buy or sell. Obviously, as a person who would earn a commission (i.e., brokerage fee) every time you transact, what would you think his advice would be? The problem with advice and research This problem is prevalent in the investment industry as there is so m
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Royston Yang
2019-02-19 08:33:35
Why the Stock Market Behaves Like a Crystal Ball
Investors have a habit of always wanting to know what the future holds, and they turn to the media, soothsayers, and forecasters in order to try to divine it. It’s a case where they feel that if only they knew what was going to happen, it would enable them to make lots of money from their investment choices. However, we should be aware that the stock market is not like a lottery. In the case of lotteries, assuming you knew in advance which numbers would be chosen for the grand prize, you would simply buy those numbers and strike it rich. For investing, though, knowing how companies are going to perform may not always result in capital gains. This is because the market has a tendency to price in the future, as I will explain below. Incorporating the future Share prices are known for i
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Royston Yang
2019-02-19 08:30:13
Should Investors Look Forward to Privatisation Offers?
Every now and then, investors will witness a company from the stock exchange being taken private. I wrote about initial public offerings (IPOs) some time back — the privatisation process is the exact opposite of an IPO as a company goes from a listed status to being private once again. There are many reasons a company is taken private, so let’s explore these below and also tackle the question of whether investors should look to such offers in order to provide them with a profitable exit from an investment. Reasons for privatisation There is a long list of reasons companies choose to go private. One of them would be trading volumes (i.e., liquidity) — liquidity may be so low that there is no reason for the company to remain listed as there is no ready “market”
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Royston Yang
2019-02-19 08:26:51
4 Winning Investment Habits You Should Adopt
When I first started investing, I was looking for guidance and direction when it came to good practices and habits. I stumbled upon a very good book called “The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett and George Soros” by Mark Tier, which distilled many principles of good investment habits to its readers. It was pretty amazing to me that there were common investment principles between these two investing greats, as their methods are as different as night and day. Here are four habits investors can adopt to improve their investing acumen. 1. Preservation of capital All great investors focus on preserving their capital, and this means minimising the risk of losses. Many investors blindly chase after profits and capital gains without properly understanding the risks attached t
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Lawrence Nga
2019-02-19 08:24:54
Thai Beverage Limited’s Share Price Jumped About 15% Last Week. Here’s Why.
Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92) operates in four different segments, namely spirits, beer, food, and non-alcoholic beverages, and last week, Thai Beverage’s share price was up by about 15%. Let’s try to understand what might have caused the surge. Why the surge? There are many reasons for a stock price to move. Generally, stock-price movement is driven by changes in either business performance or investor sentiment. The former is related to how a business performs in a given period, looking at metrics like growth, margin, production, and others. Here, the ultimate driver is profit. The latter is driven more by investors’ overall mood, which is described by emotional pairs such as greed and fear, optimism and pessimism, bullish and bearish sentiment, etc. In th
DollarsAndSense.sg
Sim Kang Heong
2019-02-17 14:14:19
4 Stocks This Week [15 Feb 2019] (Large Movements) ThaiBev; StarHub, Silverlake Axis; RHT Health Trust
This week saw the conclusion of earnings reporting for many Singapore listed firms, and the result was a sea of red among SGX counters, with 212 losers versus 124 gainers. Most firms failed to meet financial projections and there weren’t enough clear future prospects to buffer the loss in confidence among investors. For this week’s 4 Stocks This Week column, we look at 4 counters with some of the largest price movements. Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92) One of the companies that outperformed expectations was ThaiBev, one of the largest food and beverage companies in Southeast Asia. In addition to distributing beers, other alcoholic beverages, non-alcoholic beverages including milk products, the Thailand-headquartered company also operates restaurants, bakeries and owns
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Lawrence Nga
2019-02-12 10:02:24
1 Simple Number for Understanding 3 Important Aspects of Fraser and Neave Limited
Fraser and Neave Limited (SGX: F99), or F&N, is a consumer group with expertise in the food and beverage (F&B) and publishing and printing sectors. As of 12 December 2016, Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92) had a 28.53% stake in F&N. The choice of ROE We’re using one metric — the return on equity, or ROE — to understand F&N’s business. This financial metric gives investors important insight into a company’s ability to generate a profit using the shareholders’ capital it has. A ROE of 20% means a company generates $0.20 in profit for every dollar of shareholders’ capital invested. In general, the higher a company’s ROE, the more profitable it is. A high ROE can also be a sign that a company has a high-quality business. It’s
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-02-02 09:16:30
Haw Par Corporation Ltd Is Trading Close to Its 52-Week Low. Is It Cheap Now?
Haw Par Corporation Ltd (SGX: H02) is the maker of the Tiger Balm brand of ointment. Other than its healthcare arm, it also has strategic stakes in UOL Group Limited and United Overseas Bank Ltd. At a current price of S$12.22, Haw Par’s stock price is 4.8% higher than its 52-week low of S$11.65. Is Haw Par cheap now? If so, it might be a good opportunity for investors to start or add to a position in the stock. There is no easy answer to the question “Is this stock cheap?”, but we can get some insight by comparing Haw Par’s current valuation with the market’s valuation using three common metrics: the price-to-book (P/B) ratio, price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, and dividend yield. I will be using the SPDR STI ETF (SGX: ES3) as a proxy for the market; the SPDR STI ETF is an





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