Investors seeking to invest in less risky stocks can consider investing in companies that provide goods and services that cater to our needs. Such firms are likely to see little fluctuations in demand despite ...
Investors looking for stocks to invest in should watch out for the latest developments in these three stocks that stock analysts have picked up on due to their potential for capital gains. 1. Bumitama Agri (BA...
Investors should always be keeping an eye out for recent developments and news concerning companies that they are investing in.New announcements from companies often affect the market’s sentiments on that s...
The Straits Times Index (STI) has been extending its losses over the past month as investors continue to take profit ahead of key events.
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.
Rowsley shareholders are celebrating their “victory” as Peter Lim sells his stake in Thomson Medical to his public entity Rowsley. While the hype surrounds how much Rowsley skyrocketed, there are lessons to be learnt from Peter Lim’s sale of Thomson Medical to public-listed Rowsley.
The MSCI China index managed to return a decent 20 percent year-to-date as it bounced off its low at the beginning of the year. Here are five companies that UOBKH Research believes can help you beat the MSCI China index.
Following successive periods of decline in core profit growth, the Straits Times Index (STI) managed to recover back to an inflexion point in the recent quarter. Moving forward, MBKE Research is positive on the 12-month outlook for STI with the belief that valuations could see a further upgrade.
Following the sector outlook by CIMB Research and our previous article on four gems, we zero in on four small caps that CIMB Research recommends as potential value plays that could give investors decent returns in the rest of 2017.
According to DBS Research, the technology sector boom is not about to stop. Moving forward, further strength from the semiconductor, smartphone and Internet of Things (IoT) markets could fuel growth and sentiments in the sector.