Here are three sectors and the respective stocks to buy in those sectors as highlighted in CIMB Research's report.
Based on its market outlook for 2H17, CIMB Research sieved through the universe of small cap stocks in the Singapore market to search for hidden gems in the small cap space. Among the small caps, CIMB Research uncovered four small cap gems that investors could add to their portfolio.
In our previous article, DBS Research’s “Four Sectors That Might See M&As In 2017”, we highlighted four sectors that are poised for potential M&A activities. In this article, we dive deeper into the technology sector to highlight four potential M&A targets in 2017.
US Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen and her colleagues have always depended on economic data for most of their policy decisions. Manufacturing, labour, Europe, economic conditions in other Fed districts and more will be released this week.
When it comes to investing in equities, larger companies and blue chips tend to catch the attention of investors easily while smaller lesser known firms can exist without much people knowing it.
Rubber gloves maker UG Healthcare Corporation (UG) reported its 1H16 financial results on 3 February 2016 after trading hours; Shares Investment attended the results briefing hosted by the firm the following da...
Sembcorp Industries has announced the completion of the divestment of its entire 60 percent stake in Sembcorp Air Products (SembAP) to Eastman Chemical Singapore for approximately $4 million. In addition, the group has transferred its propylene purification plant on Jurong Island to Eastman Chemical Singapore for $5.7 million.
Vallianz Holdings has entered into a subscription agreement with CSR Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Research Institute (Hong Kong) and CRRC (Hong Kong), both of which are subsidiaries of China’s state-owned CRRC Corporation, the world’s largest supplier of rail transit equipment, and will bring in a total investment sum of $23.65 million for the group.
Sunpower Group has announced that it has eneted into a joint venture agreement with Huai’an Qinglian Environmental Protection Engineering, to build a centralized steam facility that comprises highly energy efficient and less polluting coal-fired boilers, and thereafter, to operate the facility in the Lianshui Economic Development Zone.
Koh Brothers Eco Engineering has announced that it has secured contracts worth an aggregate of approximately $35.4 milling in FY15, of which the group’s Oiltek subsidiaries and its Singapore Division contributed $23.9 million and $11.5 million worth of contracts respectively.