SGX Listed Stock

SINGTEL (SGX:Z74)


SGD 2.580
-0.040 / -1.53%
Share Price as of: 2020-04-03 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1T75931496
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Communication Services / Telecommunication Services / Diversified Telecommunication Services


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Dinesh Dayani
2020-04-02 07:21:11
COVID-19’s Impact On The STI: How Singapore’s Strongest Stocks Are Faring – And Should You Invest Now?
The 1st quarter of 2020 was not so great for stocks as the severity of COVID-19 global spread became apparent. Actually, according to CNN, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), which began in 1896 and is one of the oldest and most watched indexes, just closed out its worst ever quarterly start to a year, dropping 23.2% It should come as no surprise that the strongest stocks in Singapore have also been significantly impacted. In the 1st quarter of 2020, the STI has fallen an even steeper 24.3%. On top of that it doesn’t even take into consideration that the US dollar has gained nearly 6.6% against the Singapore dollar in the 1st quarter of 2020. Read Also: What Past Market Crashes Can Teach Investors About The 2020 Crash That We’re Currently In By the time you read this, Singapore
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-04-01 21:16:14
Temasek Dividend Stock Singtel (掌上明珠)
Temasek invests in about 40 global stocks, the largest investment by market capitalization is in Singtel (52% shareholding), jewel in the crown. Singtel (SGX: Z74) is not just the fixed deposit of Temasek (through consistent dividend payment for decades), also cash generator for over 1 millions Singaporeans who are Singtel retail investors, the most popular stock in Singapore. Over the past few years, due to competitive global and local Telco industry (eg. new player TPG in Singapore, uncertain regional markets), despite Singtel is more defensive than other peers, share prices has dropped by half from the peak of $4.40 to $2.28/share (about 30% price dip was over the past 2 months of global stock crisis). This is relatively stronger compare with local competitor Starhub (SGX: CC3)
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2020-03-27 22:29:57
STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ? (64)
Continued from STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ? (63)STI-NThe wave 4 didn't start after STI hit 2309.9 on 19th Mar 2020 but instead went further down to 2208.42 on 23rd Mar 2020 before staging the rebound.2208.42 definitely pierced through the generated value of 2276.751 from the Fibonacci Calculator for wave 3.  This is nothing wrong as 2276.751 is the 161.8% Fibonacci ratio only and with it at 2208.42, this gives a Fibonacci ratio of 171.8% that all.So, the question now is the rebound STI was having presently -- wave 4, is it Primary wave 4 or Intermediate wave ((iv)) ?Above is the STI chart showing the 2 possibilities -- Primary wave 4 (Purple) or Intermediate wave ((iv)) (red).  The detail wave count for lower Elliott wave degree from 2015 to 2019 were omitted to mak
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-03-23 14:12:30
Singtel share price in nuclear meltdown
Sign up as member here! In my whole life, I have never seen such chaos in the financial market. No, not even during the Great Financial Crisis of 2008. In 2020, Dow Jones had collapsed from a high of almost 30,000 points to a low of 20,000 points within the span of only a month. Sure, Dow Jones had also collapsed by 7000 points but that was over a period of 16 months (from October 2007 to February 2009). Given the speed and magnitude of the correction, the current crisis of confidence is unprecedented. Against this background, even Singtel share price suffered nuclear meltdown. Singtel share price to swim or sink with coronavirus? Singtel share price in double trouble Year-to-date, Singtel share price had tanked 25%. In fact, Singtel share price has reached my previous target entry price o
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-03-10 15:33:14
[Cheatsheet] What Are The Best SIM-Only Plans In Singapore (2019 Edition)
This article was first published on 3 August 2018 and has been updated to reflect the latest prices and plans. Many of us spend several hundred dollars or more each year on our mobile phone plans but rarely consider whether there are better mobile subscriptions in the market when our contracts run down. The main reason – we are often lured by seemingly lucrative deals on the latest handphone models rather than trying to source for the best mobile subscription that actually fits our usage requirement. Often, we end up opting for more expensive plans just to enjoy the initial handset subsidy. To lower the cost of buying the new phone, we also typically trade-in our perfectly working mobile phones which may have nabbed us a better deal if we sold it on Carousell, eBay or even mobile s
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Createwealth8888
2020-03-04 21:49:35
Investors pile in on Reits after Fed rate cut; STI up 0.2% on Wednesday
Read? Investors pile in on Reits after Fed rate cut; STI up 0.2% on WednesdayINVESTORS piled in on Singapore real estate investment trusts (S-Reits) after the US Federal Reserve's 50-basis-point emergency rate cut to boost confidence in the economy amid the Covid-19 outbreak.On Wednesday, Reits - often viewed as key beneficiaries of reduced borrowing costs - outperformed the broader market. The iEdge S-REIT Index, which tracks all S-Reits, gained 47.4 points or 3.3 per cent to 1,468.78, its biggest ever single day jump.Within the asset class, industrial- and retail-related Reits performed best. Heavyweights Ascendas Reit climbed S$0.13 or 4.1 per cent to S$3.33, CapitaLand Commercial Trust jumped S$0.11 or 5.7 per cent to S$2.03 and CapitaLand Mall Trust leapt S$0.12 or 5.1 per cent t
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ccloh
2020-03-04 08:24:14
Corporate Result -- Jan/Feb 2020
1. SPH REIT --  10th Jan 20202. SPH  -- 13rd Jan 20203. FrasersCom Trust  --  15th Jan 20204. Mapletree NACT  --  17th Jan 20205. Kep Infra Trust  --  20th Jan 20206. Mapletreelog Trust  --  20th Jan 20207. Kep DC REIT  --  21st Jan 20208. Kep Pac Oak US REIT  --  21st Jan 20209. MapletreeInd Trust  --  21st Jan 202010. Kep REIT  --  22nd Jan 202011. MapletreeCom Trust  --  22nd Jan 2020 12. Suntec REIT  --  22nd Jan 202013. Parkway Life  --  22nd Jan 202014. Frasers Cpt Trust  --  22nd Jan 202015. CapitaMall Trust  --  22nd Jan 202016. CapitaCom Trust  --  22nd Jan 202017. Kep Corp  --  23rd Jan 202018. SGX  --  23rd Jan
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-03-02 16:41:01
[2020 Edition] Complete Guide To Choosing The Best Broadband Plan For Your Home
This article was first published on 14 June 2019 and updated with the latest prices. Living in Singapore, it’s unthinkable not to have internet access. While majority of us already have access to internet via our mobile phones as well as in the office, we still have to subscribe for a home broadband that provides unlimited usage for everyone in our household. When it comes to choosing the best broadband plan for our home, there are six main players in the market. No. Internet Service Provider (ISP) 1 M1 2 MyRepublic 3 SingTel 4 StarHub 5 ViewQwest 6 WhizComms   When applying for a home broadband service, there are two types of fees that you may be charged, outside of what the internet service provider charges. NLT Service Activation Fee: We have to pay $56.71 for
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Lizardo
2020-02-26 21:25:22
China has a Flu and the Whole World Gets Sick
Taxi drivers are complaining about low pick up rate and are suffering from massive income cut. SMRT and Comfort Delgro will suffer.Tourists are not coming to Singapore. So the likes of Gentings and Straco are suffering from zilch revenue.Tourists are staying away from flying into Singapore given the number of cases. Singaporeans are also worried about flying out. So SIA will suffer, and the effect will cascade to SATS.  SIA has already cut large number of flights in the months ahead and staff are surplus a plenty.No tourists, no major events, the MICE sector also suffers. So Kingsmen will suffer.Trade grinding to a halt because China factories are only slowly trying to resume amidst their lockdowns and containment. So all the industrial and shipping side are facing slow
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-02-14 10:41:41
Singtel share price to swim or sink with coronavirus?
With the onset of the coronavirus, many analysts claim that Singtel share is a defensive play because Singaporeans are likely to stay indoors and use data for communications. To this end, I do not dispute. However, as the saga unfolds, my opinion is that this virus could cause more harm than good for Singtel share price. The latest financial result appears to vindicate my thesis. The third quarter result is bad. Revenue tanked to $4.3 billion from last year’s $4.6 billion while net profit declined 24% to $627 million. Although the result is disappointing, investors must have heaved a sigh of relief after the horror second quarter in which Singtel recorded its first ever quarterly loss because of the Indian Supreme Court’s hefty fine on its associate (Airtel). Singtel share price had sl
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Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-02-12 21:40:57
Why The Straits Times Index (STI) ETF is not a great investment
In recent years, investors have become more aware of investing in low-cost passive Exchange Traded Funds that can be bought and sold like stocks. The upside to these ETFs is they tend to have low management fees. In the case of the Straits Times Index (STI) ETF which gives you exposure to the Singapore Market, they both have management fees of just 0.30%. However I don’t think it’s a great investment and here’s why. Singapore Market and Hence STI ETF is Not Great The STI ETF tracks the Singapore stock market which has been in doldrums for the last decade. To give you an idea, when I started investing in 2010, the STI was hovering around 3,200… more than 10 years later it’s still hovering at 3,200. To give you some perspective: US Market: +16.5% per annum Hong Kong Market: +9.5% p
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Geraldine Mark
2020-02-12 11:28:27
PayNow vs Pay Anyone vs PayLah: What’s The Difference – And Which Should You Use?
It’s important to know the differences that distinguish each payment service and platform. Apart from restrictions, knowing how each cashless payment method or platform works allows you to make the most out of every dollar spent. If you’re unsure about the difference between PayNow, Pay Anyone and PayLah!, here’s a handy guide to help you learn more about each payment method and which you should use. Read Also: Beginners’ Guide To Cashless Payment Platforms In Singapore #1 PayNow PayNow is a free funds-transfer service that allows you to transfer money with your recipient’s mobile number or NRIC/FIN number or a QR code. This feature is unlocked if those details are registered and linked to the payee’s bank account number. The payee can receive funds via PayNow as long as they h
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Jude Tan
2020-01-21 13:40:05
AIA Vitality Revises Membership Benefits For 2020 – How Do The New Perks Stack Up?
We previously wrote about how one could stand to gain $236 worth of benefits every year by signing up for AIA Vitality and paying the membership of $8 each month, as long one stays disciplined enough in keeping up with the fitness regime, and consistently track and sync their fitness stats to the app to access the rewards. Last week (8 January), AIA announced enhancements and new partners coming onboard the AIA Vitality Programme – without any increase in price, which makes the membership even more attractive. For the uninitiated, AIA Vitality is a health and wellness programme that rewards AIA policyholders with attractive incentives at a fee of $8 a month. AIA Vitality members can earn and accumulate points through weekly challenges that encourage adopting healthy habits su
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-01-16 21:31:23
Singtel share price in double trouble
Toward the end of 2019, I was seriously contemplating to invest in Singtel share using my SRS fund. Eventually, I opted to invest in OCBC instead. Obviously, the Indian Supreme Court’s hefty fine on its associate (Airtel) played a part in my investment decision. To contain the fall out, Singtel had to set aside a staggering provision of $1.93 billion (pre-tax) for the mind-boggling penalty. In the process, Singtel share price shattered like falling glass. The massive provision resulted in Singtel recording its first ever quarterly loss ($674 million). The latest result also came on the back of an eighth consecutive quarter of declining profits/losses. Against this backdrop, Singtel share price corrected to $3.18 and only climbed back to $3.30 level recently. Analysts had argued that th
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Sim Kang Heong
2020-01-13 07:21:06
[2020 Edition] Complete Guide To Choosing The Best Open Electricity Market (OEM) Plan For Your Home
This article was first published on 1 October 2018. Prices are updated as of 13 January 2019. By now, you probably already know that residential households islandwide will be able to pick from a variety of electricity retailers to buy electricity from starting in November 2018, . For most of us, this can be a little unnerving and confusing, since we have been buying power from just one company – SP Group. With the impending launch of the Open Electricity Market (OEM) island-wide, Singapore households will be able to choose from 12 electricity retailers, each offering different plans. What does it mean to buy electricity from a company other than SP Group? Will electricity reliability be affected? Is it compulsory to switch? Now that the OEM is now open to all residential househ
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-01-04 23:30:06
DBS Group share to sink or swim with Grab IPO?
Is this the beginning of the end for DBS Group share? One of the biggest Singapore financial news that set tongues wagging should be the joint application of a digital bank license by Singtel and Grab. Many investors are wondering if digital banks could pose a serious threat to the incumbent banks in the long run. In my point of view, the move by Grab should be a desperate bid to enhance bottom-line to pave the way for the coming Grab IPO in 2023. I honestly doubt that Grab or Singtel would want to compete directly with DBS Group because all three entities are backed by Temasek Holdings. It will not be the interest of the investment firm to see DBS Group share collapsing like StarHub. Of course it is still early days for the digital banks but it will be too far-fetched to claim this could
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-01-04 19:54:31
10 Companies That Beat Singapore’s Benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) In 2019
The Straits Times Index (STI) comprises the 30 largest and most actively traded stocks in Singapore. They include well-known Singapore companies such DBS, SingTel, CapitaLand, Keppel Corp and Wilmar. This is why it is often used as the benchmark return for Singapore investors. Investors who are experienced or prefer to embark on active investment strategies will try to beat the benchmark returns, while new investors or those who prefer to embark on a passive investment strategy will try to match the benchmark return. The simplest way to match the benchmark return will typically invest in the STI exchange traded fund (ETF) – either the SPDR STI ETF or the Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF. Read Also: SPDR STI ETF VS Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF: What’s The Difference Between These 2 Straits Time
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Sim Kang Heong
2019-12-29 14:05:48
4 Stocks This Week (Year In Review Summary For 2019)
The weekly 4 Stocks This Week column on DollarsAndSense was started in 2017 with a simple objective was simple: to provide a convenient read each week for busy investors to stay updated with what is happening on the Singapore Exchange. 4 Stock This Week is not a recommendation from us to buy or sell any of the stocks that wke feature. Its purpose is to highlight interesting stocks that investors should be aware of, rather than to analyse these stocks. For this week’s edition, instead of the usual coverage of four stocks, we’ll do a year in review of the other 51 instalments of 4 Stocks This Week that our team has written in 2019. Over the past year (51 weeks), we’ve covered 123 SGX-listed stocks, 4 ETFs and 8 Daily Leverage Certificates. The most covered stock was Sas





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