As the oil and gas (O&G) industry continues to stagnate, the shipyard sector gets hit as well. UOB Kay Hian Research (UOBKH) isn’t optimistic even as we creep towards 2018 because of “stiff pricing competit...
Under OCBC Research and UOB Kay Hian Research’s radars today, are three Singapore-listed stocks that continue to show potential for upside.These stocks are highlighted for their resilience amidst the low gr...
In part two of this two-part series, we single out the performance of DBS, UOB, CapitaLand, Sembcorp Industries and UOL to review how they did in the recent quarterly earnings call.
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.
I always say that I have been mostly lucky as an investor. The operative word is "mostly". Long time readers would remember the narrative for Marco Polo Marine, a business which transformed from a tugs and barges operator, it was doing all the right things to grow stronger, adding value over the years.
Concerns over the health of the debt-ridden O&G sector in Singapore will be a likely repercussion of Ezra’s bankruptcy announcement. Here are three O&G companies that could become prime targets for privatisation as mentioned in DBS Research’s report.
The restructuring wave continues to hit various oil & gas companies in Singapore, here’s what to expect.
DBS has a prediction for 2017: If there are any theme plays in 2017, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and privatisation deals will be THE one. According to DBS, the wave of M&A and privatisation deals has gained momentum since last year.
4Q16 had been a relatively good quarter for property developers and consumer goods as these sectors beat market expectations. Sectors like banks and oil and gas (O&G) had a dismal quarter as they missed earnings expectations.
With the firming oil prices, China’s biggest offshore oil and gas producer Cnooc Ltd (0883.HK) plans to raise capital spending for the first time (according to Bloomberg) since crude began its crash in 2014, by up to 39 percent (according to the Financial Times).