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Turning up the heat

SINGAPORE (Apr 22): Most investors have traditionally focused on ensuring their portfolios generated the maximum amount of returns on their capital. But attitudes, especially among institutional investors, are changing. The focus now is on mitigating risk rather than maximising returns.

SMI takes legal action against Hyflux; Maybank moves on Tuaspring

(Apr 20): SM Investments (SMI) has terminated its rescue agreement with Hyflux, it announced on Friday. Hyflux, on its part, had already on April 4 terminated the same agreement with SMI.

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CCT reports 3.8% higher 1Q DPU of 2.20 cents on higher property contributions

SINGAPORE (April 19): The manager of CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) has reported a 1Q19 distribution per unit (DPU) of 2.20 cents, rising 3.8% y-o-y from 2.12 cents due to higher contributions from Gallileo and Asia Square Tower 2.

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Metro bets on decentralised office market with $45.6 mil investment in Tampines property

SINGAPORE (April 18): Metro Group has acquired 7 & 9 Tampines Grande, a premium Grade A office property in Singapore, through a 50:50 joint venture (JV) between its subsidiary Metrobilt Construction and an affiliate of SRIF GP.

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Keppel Corp posts 40% drop in 1Q earnings to $203 mil on lower one-off gains

SINGAPORE (Apr 18): Keppel Corporation saw its earnings fall 39.9% to $202.9 million for the 1Q19 ended March, from $337.5 million a year ago.

Right timing: STI’s upclimb supported by momentum and moving averages
SINGAPORE (Apr 20): There has been little change in the trend and chart pattern of the Straits...
SMI takes legal action against Hyflux; Maybank moves on Tuaspring
(Apr 20): SM Investments (SMI) has terminated its rescue agreement with Hyflux, it announced on...
CCT reports 3.8% higher 1Q DPU of 2.20 cents on higher property contributions
SINGAPORE (April 19): The manager of CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) has reported a 1Q19...
Why we sell the stocks even if we still like the companies
SINGAPORE (Apr 22): Let me start by wishing our Christian readers a blessed Easter. This week, I would like to take a bit of space to explain why we recently disposed of several of our investments, some at a loss. We make big mistakes too, and it...
We are adding three US consumer-related stocks based on our contrarian view
(Apr 12): Last week, I talked about why US consumers may well be the key driver for near-term global growth, contrary to widely held views. To very quickly recap, thanks to a decade of deleveraging, in the aftermath of the global financial crisis,...
US consumers may drive near-term global growth, contrary to widely held views
(Apr 5): More words of caution from the US Federal Reserve on the US economy as well as weak manufacturing data from around the world triggered yet another bout of investor panic over recession fears in March, albeit a relatively short-lived one, as...
Perpetual securities are debts, not equity. Here's why
(Apr 1): If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, swims like a duck, then it probably is a duck. Why are companies so intent on classifying perpetual securities (perps) as equity, instead of what they really are: financial...

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Right timing: STI’s upclimb supported by momentum and moving averages
SINGAPORE (Apr 20): There has been little change in the trend and chart pattern of the Straits...
SMI takes legal action against Hyflux; Maybank moves on Tuaspring
(Apr 20): SM Investments (SMI) has terminated its rescue agreement with Hyflux, it announced on...
CCT reports 3.8% higher 1Q DPU of 2.20 cents on higher property contributions
SINGAPORE (April 19): The manager of CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) has reported a 1Q19...
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Why we sell the stocks even if we still like the companies
SINGAPORE (Apr 22): Let me start by wishing our Christian readers a blessed Easter. This week, I would like to take a bit of space to explain why we recently disposed of several of our investments, some at a loss. We make big mistakes too, and it...
We are adding three US consumer-related stocks based on our contrarian view
(Apr 12): Last week, I talked about why US consumers may well be the key driver for near-term global growth, contrary to widely held views. To very quickly recap, thanks to a decade of deleveraging, in the aftermath of the global financial crisis,...
US consumers may drive near-term global growth, contrary to widely held views
(Apr 5): More words of caution from the US Federal Reserve on the US economy as well as weak manufacturing data from around the world triggered yet another bout of investor panic over recession fears in March, albeit a relatively short-lived one, as...
Perpetual securities are debts, not equity. Here's why
(Apr 1): If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, swims like a duck, then it probably is a duck. Why are companies so intent on classifying perpetual securities (perps) as equity, instead of what they really are: financial...
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