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Singapore shares end week in the black, STI up 0.62%

5 Dec 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE shares extended their gains on Friday to end the week in the black, with the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) gaining 0.62 per cent or 17.55 points to end at 2,839.89. Among the STI constituents, City Developments emerged as the top performer, gaining 4.56 per cent or S$0.35 to end at S$8.03. ...
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Yangzijiang undervalued, set to bottom out, says DBS

5 Dec 2020 - The Business Times
Singapore YANGZIJIANG Shipbuilding (YZJ) is a "conviction buy", DBS Group Research said on Friday, as it noted that the company's shares have been underperforming, with value emerging. In a research note, DBS analyst Ho Pei Hwa said that YZJ is trading at an "unjustifiably low" 0.5 time price-to-book ...
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Singapore shares end the week in the black, STI up 0.62%

4 Dec 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE shares extended their gains on Friday to end the week in the black, with the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) gaining 0.62 per cent or 17.55 points to end at 2,839.89. Among the STI constituents, City Developments emerged as top performer, gaining 4.56 per cent or S$0.35 to end at S$8.03. ...
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Singapore's Millennials tighten grip on money amidst pandemic

4 Dec 2020 - Singapore Business Review
About 27% revealed that their borrowing rose in the last month. Six in 10 Singaporean Millennials have found it hard to manage their daily finances since the pandemic began, with only 18% feeling in control of their own money, according to a Standard Chartered survey. One in four (27%) have also said ...

Singapore PMI slips by 0.1 point in November

4 Dec 2020 - Singapore Business Review
The electronics sector recorded a marginal 0.1 point rise. The Singapore Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) in November slid a marginal 0.1 point from the month prior to log a slower increase at 50.4. Meanwhile, the electronics sector’s PMI recorded a marginal rise of 0.1 point from the previous month, ...

Is Wall Street ready to work on China time?

4 Dec 2020 - The Business Times
[HONG KONG] Three cheers for the US House of Representatives for passing a bill that could kick out Chinese companies listed on American exchanges. The tens of thousands of financial worker bees who have built their careers trading and servicing behemoths like Alibaba Group Holding and JD.com can finally ...
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Broker's take: Yangzijiang undervalued, set to bottom out, says DBS

4 Dec 2020 - The Business Times
YANGZIJIANG Shipbuilding (YZJ) is a "conviction buy", DBS Group Research said on Friday, as it noted that the company's shares have been underperforming, with value emerging. In a research note, DBS analyst Ho Pei Hwa said that YZJ is trading at an "unjustifiably low" 0.5 times price-to-book value (P/BV). ...
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Stocks to watch: Ascendas Reit, ThaiBev, Keppel, CDL, ISOTeam

4 Dec 2020 - The Business Times
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Friday: Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust (Ascendas Reit): Its manager said the Reit's preferential offering was oversubscribed, with valid acceptances and excess applications for around 196.8 million new ...
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Singapore stocks open higher on Friday; STI up 0.1%

4 Dec 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE shares inched higher on Friday when markets opened, amid mixed trading on regional bourses and Wall Street overnight. The Straits Times Index (STI) was up 4.05 points or 0.1 per cent at 2,826.39 as at 9.01am. Gainers outnumbered losers 84 to 30, after 60.9 million securities worth S$54.1 million ...
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Singapore 'one of the simplest' for HR in APAC: TMF

3 Dec 2020 - Singapore Business Review
It stood on the same ranking as Thailand. Singapore was one of the “simplest jurisdictions” in terms of human resources (HR) and payroll in APAC, according to a new report by global professional services firm TMF Group. The city-state stood in “stark contrast to major Asian economies like China, and ...