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Phillip Securities wins SGX's most active ETF market maker 2020 award - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Phillip Securities wins SGX's most active ETF market maker 2020 award

Phillip Securities has been recognised by the Singapore Exchange as the leading brokerage in three categories: Most Active ETF Market Maker 2020; Top SGX-ST Member for Leveraged Products (Retail) 2

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Day-trader heaven arrives as Tesla, Bitcoin and stock options surge

It was another day of euphoria for Bitcoin boosters and the options-slinger set as virtually all their favorite things launched skyward.

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Investors question penny rally but speculation will always have a place in the equity jungle

On Aug 13, clean-room equipment provider Eindec Corporation reported that losses for the six months to June 30 doubled from a year earlier, on a 44% drop in revenue.

Teckwah Industrial responds to Quarz’s open letter, defends decision to maintain current dividend payout

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Teckwah Industrial responds to Quarz's open letter, defends decision to maintain current dividend payout

Teckwah Industrial Corporation has responded to substantial shareholder Quarz Capital Management’s suggestion that Teckwah can raise its payout ratio and dividends to 80% and 3.15 cents respectivel

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Gaming and esports winning theme for Covid-19 investors

With Covid-19 accelerating the speed of digitalisation, talking heads just cannot stop talking about epoch-defining technology like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and e-commerc

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Quarz Capital emerges as major shareholder of Teckwah Industrial, suggests raising dividends in open letter

Activist investor Quarz Capital Management Asia has collected more than 6% of Teckwah Industrial Corp, according to an SGX filing dated Apr 14 this year.

At $65.5 bil, loss-making Sea overtakes DBS in market value | The Edge Singapore

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At $65.5 bil, loss-making Sea overtakes DBS in market value

SINGAPORE (June 19): Back in November 2017, DBS Group Holdings overtook Singapore Telecommunications’ long-held position as the most valuable publicly-traded homegrown company.

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SGX says stock market will remain open amid closure of non-essential services

SINGAPORE (April 3): The Singapore Exchange (SGX) says its securities and derivatives markets will remain open and accessible to investors.

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Philippine stocks tumble 24% as trading resumes after two-day halt

(Mar 19): Philippine stocks resumed trading from a controversial two-day shutdown with the index posting its biggest intraday-loss in 33 years.

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Goldman gives new reason IPOs may suffer: Multi-class shares

(Oct 1): Initial public offerings haven’t been doing so well lately. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says many of them might suffer longer-term headwinds as well.

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