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Geopolitics

Don't demonise China but neither be its vassal state: Ho Kwon Ping

SINGAPORE (Apr 23): The current United States and China trade tensions, businessman Ho Kwon Ping thinks, is not about a trade war but about a paradigm shift towards China becoming a major global player who does not want to play by Western rules.

Broker's Calls

UOB KayHian remains positive as SPH turns to student accommodation to arrest flagging media business

SINGAPORE (Apr 23): Despite continued weakness in its core media business, UOB Kay Hian is staying positive on Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) on the back of its foray into the student accommodation segment.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Ascott transforms digital ecosystem to support expansion

SINGAPORE (Apr 23): The Ascott Limited, CapitaLand’s wholly-owned lodging business unit, is embarking on a digital ecosystem transformation to support its expanding global lodging portfolio.

HNA unit's lenders seize assets as payment deadline missed

(Apr 23): Lenders to HNA Group Co.’s CWT International seized control of assets in Singapore, China and the US after the unit failed to repay amounts due on its credit facility.

Property

Billionaire Kwek keeps it in the family with luxury condo sales

SINGAPORE (Apr 23): Billionaire property developer Kwek Leng Beng’s latest luxury condo in Singapore has seen robust demand since its launch last month. It doesn’t hurt that some of his own relatives have rallied to the cause.

Don't demonise China but neither be its vassal state: Ho Kwon Ping
SINGAPORE (Apr 23): The current United States and China trade tensions, businessman Ho Kwon Ping...
UOB Kay Hian remains positive as SPH turns to student accommodation to arrest flagging media business
SINGAPORE (Apr 23): Despite continued weakness in its core media business, UOB Kay Hian is staying...
Ascott transforms digital ecosystem to support expansion
SINGAPORE (Apr 23): The Ascott Limited, CapitaLand’s wholly-owned lodging business unit, is...
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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Don't demonise China but neither be its vassal state: Ho Kwon Ping
SINGAPORE (Apr 23): The current United States and China trade tensions, businessman Ho Kwon Ping...
UOB Kay Hian remains positive as SPH turns to student accommodation to arrest flagging media business
SINGAPORE (Apr 23): Despite continued weakness in its core media business, UOB Kay Hian is staying...
Ascott transforms digital ecosystem to support expansion
SINGAPORE (Apr 23): The Ascott Limited, CapitaLand’s wholly-owned lodging business unit, is...
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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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