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DBS: 3 SG Stocks To Consider When The US Strikes Syria

With the US military strike against Syria under protest of the Russians, how should investors position themselves to protect or gain from the rising geographic risks? In this article, several REITs and stocks are highlighted to help you in such situation.

Dr Chan: China to Revamp Its Financial Industry

US Stocks are currently going through a period of quarterly results announcement, so different stocks are performing differently. However, when it comes to Hong Kong stocks, only a few companies release quarterly results. This lack of reference materials leads to a situation where the strong stocks get stronger.

6 Small-Cap Stocks Worth Noting (Part 1)

While investors continue to lament the high valuation in stocks despite the weaker macro economy, we set out on a search for six undervalued stocks that have hidden under the radar of many investors. In this two-part series, we highlight the six small-cap stocks that are worth investing in.

Bloomberg: Gold Plunges As French Election Tension Eases

Gold sank the most in more than seven weeks as investors returned to riskier assets on speculation pro-growth centrist Emmanuel Macron will become France’s next president after the first round of voting, potentially removing a threat to the euro zone from one of the region’s top economies.

The Fifth Person: 9 Things Learned From StarHub’s 2017 AGM

Last year, TPG Telecom was awarded the license to become the fourth mobile telco in Singapore. The Australian company is expected to commence operations in 2018. This event is causing a shake-up in the local telco industry as the marketplace is as crowded as it already is.
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4 REIT Events You Need To Know

In the past few weeks, the REIT sector has been in the limelight with a series of events and earnings announcements. Here are four key REIT events that you need to know as a REIT investor.

RHB: 2 Industrial REITs To Consider Amidst Stronger Demand

Based on the latest figures, manufacturing in Singapore is seeing a steady growth with PMI hitting its seventh consecutive month of expansion growing 0.3 points from last month to the current 51.2. There are clear indication that there will be a faster expansion going forward except for the slower expansion in finished goods and order backlogs.
Theresa May, U.K. prime minister, announces a general election outside 10 Downing Street in London, U.K., on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. May said she will seek an early election on June 8, in an unexpected gamble aimed at strengthening her hand going into talks on leaving the European Union. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

CMC: Potential Triggers Of A ’Sell-in-May’ Scenario Are On Their Way

Investors are currently considering the old cliché ‘sell in May and go away’, which suggests that stock markets will incur heavy selling in the month of May. This phenomenon is typically due to seasonality as well as psychological hints, which in turn reinforce the selling pressure.


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