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SI Research: 3 Sectors To Avoid In 2019

Year 2019 did not kick off with a good start. Spooked by China’s Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) falling to 49.4 hinting signs of contraction, the Straits Times Index (STI) closed 1.1 percent in ...
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Buyers Return As Trade Talks Appear Promising

The trade negotiations between US and China from 7-9 January in Beijing ended well with positive comments coming from both sides, indicating a sign of progress towards the right direction. This helped to buoy s...
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SI Research: SIA Engineering Company – A Once-In-Ten-Year Opportunity

SIA Engineering Company’s (SIAEC) share price hit its 10-year low closing at $2.28 on 21 December 2018, last seen only during the sub-prime crisis period in May 2009. Within a span of more than five years, the group had shed more than 55.9 percent of its market capitalisation as its share price plunged from a high of $5.17 in May 2013 to current level.
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Markets Tank Amid Trade Concerns

Investors barely had time to enjoy the peace from the 90-day truce in US-China trade war before their hopes got extinguished by the arrest of Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou at the req...
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SI Research: 3 Mid-Caps That Rebounded Strongly

Ahead of the Trump-Xi meeting during the G20 summit this month which promises potential of easing trade frictions between the two largest economies, sentiments in the markets had clearly turned for the better. Along with the recovery of regional equities, the Straits Times Index has also gained 5.1 percent to reach a high of 3,116.39 two weeks ago, standing firm above the 3,000 psychological support level. Some people believe counters that rebounded strongly at the onset of a recovery tended to be the outperformers when the markets continued surging. Hence, we have identified three mid-cap stocks that had jumped more than 10 percent, digging deeper to see if there are further upsides.