Category: Singapore Stocks Investing

SYNAGIE IPO: SHOULD YOU APPLY?

SYNAGIE IPO

SYNAGIE IPO placement is currently ongoing with a placement tranche of 39.2 million shares and a public offer of 3.8 million shares; with each share priced at $0.27. Syngagie IPO application for the public tranche closed on 6 Aug 18 with trading to commence at 9am on 8 Aug. Read more »

BONDS, ETFS: WHAT INVESTORS NEED TO KNOW NOW?

Dear readers, like it or not, the Singapore stocks markets are currently sluggish; this backdrop, together with an environment where interest rates are poised to rise, has made other investment alternatives attractive to investors, especially bonds. In recent months, Singapore investors are spoilt for choice where it comes to the choice of bonds. To recall: Read more »

NIKKO AM SGD INVESTMENT GRADE CORPORATE BOND ETF INITIAL OFFERING: FIRST BOND FOR RETAIL INVESTORS TO ACCESS CORPORATE BOND NOW OPEN

Nikko AM Corporate Bond ETF

Dear readers, Nikko AM Corporate Bond ETF is now open for subscription at an initial offer price of $1. The initial offer price application is from 23 Jul 2018 to 17 Aug 2018 and interested retail investors may contact their trading representatives since this initial offering is not open to the public. For more information on the bond ETF, please visit this link  as well as the product brochure here Read more »

SINGAPORE STOCKS MARKETS: SOME COMMENTS

SINGAPORE STOCKS MARKETS

Dear readers, yesterday (27 Jul 18) the Singapore Stocks STI closed at 3,324.98. As at 20 Jul 18, the STI was 3,297.83, hence the STI has in effect went lower by 0.83%. But the decline in the STI (a barometer for Singapore stocks in general) was not always a straight decline since the STI actually went up by more than 1% on 25 Jul 18 at the mention of US-EU trade tensions. Read more »

SINGAPORE FOOD AGENCY: WHAT IT MEANS FOR SINGAPORE FOOD-RELATED STOCKS?

SINGAPORE FOOD AGENCY

SINGAPORE FOOD AGENCY is the name of Singapore’s newest Statutory Board under the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources that is announced today. Singapore Food Agency will take over the food-related functions from AVA (thereafter AVA will be disbanded) as well as from other agencies like NEA and HSA. As an investor, the question is, with the formation of SINGAPORE FOOD AGENCY , what does it mean for Singapore stocks, especially those food-related stocks on the Singapore Stocks Markets?
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