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SIAEC share price crashed to 5 year low

SGX stocks

SIAEC share price crashed to 5 year low! Amid the global economic uncertainties and challenging aviation outlook, SIAEC’s performance continued to slide as revealed in the financial results for 1HFY2016/17. This article contains my latest SIAEC stock analysis. I am not vested in this counter but have been monitoring this maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) […]

Keppel Corporation will retrench even more staff

stock market

As Singapore business sentiments soured, retrenchments seem to be the buzzword nowadays.  This is certainly the case for Keppel Corporation, the world’s largest oil rig builder. The difference is that after letting go 8000 of its workforce for the first nine months of this year, Keppel Corporation will retrench even more staff. The sheer magnitude […]

SGX to revise minimum trading price rule

SGX

In one of my previous articles on Singapore Exchange’s minimum trading price (MTP) rule, I questioned whether the MTP framework will actually serve its intent of preventing market manipulations. Following that article, SGX recently proposed changes that will allow stocks with larger market capitalization to avoid the fate of being included in the watch list. […]

OSIM founder may not succeed in privatising the company?

Stock Market

OSIM founder may not succeed in privatising the company? When the market is bullish, news of merger and acquisitions are usually met with positivity because generally, valuations will be higher and thus, the take-over offers would often be attractive to shareholders. However, the case is usually reverse during bear markets because of the possibility of […]

Stock Investing: K1 Ventures announced capital reduction and delivered 1Q 2016 results

Stock Market

Perhaps one of the most overlooked dividend stocks by wealth builders in Singapore, K1 Ventures announced capital distribution of 1.5 cents per share in October 2015 to reward shareholders. The objective of the proposed capital reduction is the maximisation of value, through the distribution of surplus cash to shareholders because the company will not be making […]

Stock Investing: Ascott REIT’s 3Q 2015 Report

Below is a press release from The Ascott Limited, a wholly owned serviced residence unit of CapitaLand, one of the companies which I deeply admire. Ascott has been expanding aggressively lately in the South-east Asia region on the back of the soon-to-be-established ASEAN Economic Community. Ascott Residence Trust’s (Ascott Reit) revenue for 3Q 2015 rose […]

Stock Investing: Ascott Strengthens Its Investment Moat

Below is a press release from The Ascott Limited, a wholly owned serviced residence unit of CapitaLand, one of the companies which I deeply admire. Ascott has been expanding aggressively lately in the South-east Asia region on the back of the soon-to-be-established ASEAN Economic Community. CapitaLand’s wholly owned serviced residence business unit, The Ascott Limited […]

ASCOTT CONTINUES GROWTH MOMENTUM WITH FOUR NEW CONTRACTS AS IT ADDS TWO MORE ASIAN CITIES TO ITS GLOBAL FOOTPRINT

Fast expansion pace sees another 850 units added to its portfolio in the month of August CapitaLand’s wholly owned serviced residence business unit, The Ascott Limited (Ascott), has secured four new contracts to manage over 850 units in four growing Asian markets. Having recently achieved its global target of 40,000 serviced residence units ahead of […]

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