In print this week

Looking beyond quarterly fluctuations in ST Engineering’s growth story

SINGAPORE (Nov 17): ST Engineering’s latest third-quarter results have shown improvements in profitability in three of its four key business units of aerospace, electronics, land systems and marine.

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BMW charges up an 'electrified future'

Christopher Wehner, managing director of BMW Group Asia, explains how electric cars such as the BMW i3 help drive the message of sustainability

In print this week

iFAST founder Lim confident China business will be exciting

SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Lim Chung Chun, chairman and CEO of iFAST Corp, believes long-term diversification is the best strategy to grow its assets under administration (AUA).

Indeed, the company’s AUA has grown 18.7% y-o-y to hit a new record high of $8.5 billion as at Sept 30.

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SINGAPORE (Nov 12): Imagine doing your work ensconced in a comfortable, high-back office chair with useful touches such as power plugs and USB ports. The Plenum by Republic of Fritz Hansen and designed by Jaime Hayon offers all this and more.

In print this week

How IoT in agriculture could present new opportunities for investors

SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Earlier this year, Avarga, formerly known as UPP Holdings, said it was acquiring a 23.08% stake in local start-up Archisen for up to $1.5 million in three separate tranches.

Broker's Calls

CapitaLand kept at ‘buy’ on active recycling of geographically diversified portfolio and earnings visibility

SINGAPORE (Nov 16): RHB Research and OCBC Investment Research are maintaining CapitaLand at “buy” after 3Q18 numbers came in line with expectations.

Contracts

Sanli wins contracts worth $54.3 mil including Pulau Tekong project

SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Environmental engineering company Sanli Environmental announced Thursday it has secured new Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) contracts worth a total of $54.3 million.

Looking beyond quarterly fluctuations in ST Engineering’s growth story
SINGAPORE (Nov 17): ST Engineering’s latest third-quarter results have shown improvements in...
iFAST founder Lim confident China business will be exciting
SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Lim Chung Chun, chairman and CEO of iFAST Corp, believes long-term...
How IoT in agriculture could present new opportunities for investors
SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Earlier this year, Avarga, formerly known as UPP Holdings, said it was...
BMW charges up an 'electrified future'

Christopher Wehner, managing director of BMW Group Asia, explains how electric cars such as the BMW

Of Big Tech and S-curves
SINGAPORE (Nov 19): US stocks rebounded higher at the start of the month, on the heels of the steep selloff in October, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell 5.1% and 6.9% respectively. The reprieve was...
A budget with broad-based, long-term implications
SINGAPORE (Nov 12): Malaysia’s Budget 2019 was probably one of the most anticipated and closely watched in recent years. After all, it is the first budget from the newly installed Pakatan Harapan government. In the run-up, the government had...
Market selloff on good, bad and ugly news
SINGAPORE (Nov 5): When the good is not good enough and the bad becomes ugly. That seemed to be the overriding theme for investors as confidence took a nosedive in what has turned out to be an extremely volatile October.  Bellwether...
High savings rate a useful buffer
SINGAPORE (Oct 29): It does appear as though uncertainties, nerves and heightened volatility could become the new norm for financial markets globally. While specific geopolitical risks will ebb and flow, a widening trade spat between the US and...

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Looking beyond quarterly fluctuations in ST Engineering’s growth story
SINGAPORE (Nov 17): ST Engineering’s latest third-quarter results have shown improvements in...
iFAST founder Lim confident China business will be exciting
SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Lim Chung Chun, chairman and CEO of iFAST Corp, believes long-term...
How IoT in agriculture could present new opportunities for investors
SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Earlier this year, Avarga, formerly known as UPP Holdings, said it was...
BMW charges up an 'electrified future'

Christopher Wehner, managing director of BMW Group Asia, explains how electric cars such as the BMW

Portfolio

Of Big Tech and S-curves
SINGAPORE (Nov 19): US stocks rebounded higher at the start of the month, on the heels of the steep selloff in October, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell 5.1% and 6.9% respectively. The reprieve was...
A budget with broad-based, long-term implications
SINGAPORE (Nov 12): Malaysia’s Budget 2019 was probably one of the most anticipated and closely watched in recent years. After all, it is the first budget from the newly installed Pakatan Harapan government. In the run-up, the government had...
Market selloff on good, bad and ugly news
SINGAPORE (Nov 5): When the good is not good enough and the bad becomes ugly. That seemed to be the overriding theme for investors as confidence took a nosedive in what has turned out to be an extremely volatile October.  Bellwether...
High savings rate a useful buffer
SINGAPORE (Oct 29): It does appear as though uncertainties, nerves and heightened volatility could become the new norm for financial markets globally. While specific geopolitical risks will ebb and flow, a widening trade spat between the US and...
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