Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Keep your portfolio in good health in 2017

SINGAPORE (Jan 27): Daiwa Capital Markets is keeping its “positive” rating on the Singapore healthcare sector in spite of an ailing economy that faces uncertainty ahead.

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Singapore banks are scoring straight ‘buy' calls across the board

SINGAPORE (Jan 27): Daiwa Capital Markets is keeping a positive stance on all three of Singapore’s main banks in the near term as it anticipates their earnings per share (EPS) recovery for 2017-18E

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Picking stocks with Asean-wide businesses

SINGAPORE (Jan 27): Companies with core businesses spread throughout the Asean region outperformed the Straits Times Index in 2016.

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Should you buy what consumers are buying?

SINGAPORE (Jan 27): Consumer stocks underperformed against the expectations of market watchers in 2016 and Daiwa Capital Markets expects it to continue, as the operating environment continues to be

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Is five a crowd for Singapore’s public bus operators?

SINGAPORE (Jan 25): Singapore’s bus infrastructure landscape has been transforming rapidly over the past year, and there can be only one Singapore-listed stock that could possibly gain from it all.

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Singapore has rail network of the future in its sight

SINGAPORE (Jan 25): By 2030, the Singapore Government aims to have 75% of commuters use public transport as their main mode of travel. That is an increase from the current levels of about 59%.

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Who stands to gain, or lose, after the HSR is up and running?

SINGAPORE (Jan 23): The upcoming KL-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project is likely to have wide-ranging implications – both economically and politically for Malaysia and Singapore in the years a

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Banking on banks as the Trump card?

SINGAPORE (Jan 20): Daiwa Capital Markets says banking on Singapore banks could be investors’ best play amid global market jitters as Donald Trump begins his presidency on Jan 20.

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Changi Airport T4 is opening soon. Who will benefit?

SINGAPORE (Jan 20): With Changi Airport Terminal 4 (T4) slated to launch in 2H17, Daiwa Capital Markets is anticipating a number of businesses to benefit from Fast and Seamless Travel at Changi (

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Daiwa sees STI ending at 3,040

SINGAPORE (Jan 20): Daiwa Capital Markets is sticking to its year-end target of 3,040 for the benchmark Straits Times Index with limited upside.

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