DBS Research is cautioning investors against these stocks due to various problems that each of them is facing. Below are three stocks that investors should probably shy away from as they are unlikely to be a good investment.
We zoom in on two stocks recommended by UOB Kay Hian Research that received downgrades recently because of certain short- to mid-term risks ahead but still looks attractive.
Every investor's dream would be to find undervalued stocks and buy them at a low price to make substantial profits.
Singaporeans are lovers of discounts; when there is one, there will always be a large crowd in-line. We love getting bargains, and that’s why so many of us like to cross over the causeway to Johor Bahru for cheaper food and groceries.
Investors have turned bullish on HSBC’s stocks with a new announcement that the company will commit US$2 billion on share buybacks in 2017.
The US dollar has been hitting a new low against a basket of currencies, including Singapore dollar, currently trading at US$1: SG$1.36. That is the lowest it has been for 2017, coming down by 6.1% since December 2016 when it was trading at US$1: SG$1.45.
Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) (SGX: T39) has released its results for the third quarter of the year and net profit plunged by 45.2% to $28.9 million.
Singapore’s economy grew by 2.5% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2017 based on the Ministry of Trade and Industry’s advance estimates in a press release last Friday.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management has been under intense pressure with an estimated US$26.7 billion worth of investments pulled out from its mutual funds in 2017, making it the “worst-selling fund manager in 2017” according to Financial Times.
DBS Research analysts see “strong catalysts” that will drive up share value of CapitaLand Limited (CAPL) (SGX: C31) with a new target price that has been increased upwards to $4.33. Here’s a peek into the analyst’s minds to discover why they are confident of CAPL’s growth.