Last Thursday (18 May 2017), SIA reported $138 million loss for the fourth quarter, the first loss-making quarter in five years. SIA's CEO Goh Choon Phong announced that he will make some "bold moves" to make SIA viable. Will it work?
Everyone needs air, water, food, shelter…and education for survival. In developed societies, education is even seen as a basic human right, and in Asian societies such as China, Korea and Singapore, education is the most tried and tested way to success.
Previously, we did an earnings preview of the banking sector prelude to its quarterly results. As the three local banks close its reporting season for 1Q17, we zoom into the quarterly result of the three local banks and dissect the highlights of their quarter.
Phillip Securities (PSR) recently released its technical portfolio, i.e. The Phillip 20 Portfolio. This is the first portfolio among local brokerages that offers a technical perspective towards investing. We hi...
Phillip Securities (PSR) recently released its technical portfolio, i.e. The Phillip 20 Portfolio. This is the first portfolio among local brokerages that offers a technical perspective towards investing. We highlight the top five entrants into the portfolio based on technical analysis by the analysts at PSR.
In its previous alpha picks, its top picks (BCIA, Alibaba, Li Ning and Sihuan Pharma) gained more than ten percent in a single month. Given its stellar performance, UOBKH recommends a new set of alpha picks of Chinese companies for the month of May that could replicate the same performance.
Following part one of the series where we outlined the outlook of industrial REITs and the types of industrial REITs that MBKE recommends, we narrow down to three industrial REITs you should consider adding to your portfolio for some REIT exposure.
SREITs continue to be popular among investors due to its high dividend yield nature. In Singapore’s real estate market, we are now facing a struggling retail segment while logistics is growing. In this article, the 2 REITs covered are in the diverging segments and we will examine their latest financial release.
The Chinese central government has been shifting its stance from an expansionary bias to a tightening bias in the past few quarters. Moving forward, it looks like China will continue to implement a tightening monetary policy. How can investors navigate through the new stance from the Chinese central government?