Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX:Z74) is seeing growth in its Australia and Infocomm Technology businesses. Meanwhile, its associates are also stable.
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A study of Health Management International Ltd’s (SGX:588) return on invested capital.
Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are often cited as good first investments for new investors. Here is what you need to know before investing.
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APAC Realty Ltd (SGX:CGN) is a company I like. It is a real estate services provider which has significant exposure to the local property market.
Wed, June 20, 2018 This morning STI opened below the 3300 mark from yesterday. This results in a gap between yesterday’s and today’s session. Also as guessed in my previous email, it was hovering over the range of 3320 forming a temp base before m…
If you’re in the market for a condominium home, there are plenty of choices available for you.
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Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SGX:T39) shares are 37% off its peak. Is it a buy now?
Dear readers, CGS-CIMB has an Add rating on one stock with a 22.8% potential upside.
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Business Model of APAC Realty Limited APAC Realty Limited (‘APAC Realty’) operates a leading brokerage under the ERA brand in Singapore. It was listed on SGX on 27 September 2017 with ticker code of (CLN.SI). Its IPO public offer tranche was oversubscribed 29 times. As at 24 June 2018, it has a market capitalisation of […]
Dear readers, Singapore stocks experienced another southing yesterday. The STI index went south by 0.81% yesterday to bring the STI to 3,260.84. From a high of 3,641.65 to yesterday closing mark, the STI has retreated by 10.45%. As I have shared in my previous posts, the Singapore stocks STI should retreat even lower first before it goes up. However, even if there is a so-called technical rebound in the STI and Singapore Stocks, I will not invest in Singapore stocks for the time being. Why is this so? Read more »