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Jardine insiders Pang and Hsu raise stakes while Ntegrator’s Zhou trims her stake

Both Jardine Matheson and Hongkong Land are trading at significant discounts to their book values.

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Kopernik raises stake in Yoma Strategic; AEM buys back shares after Toh’s sale

Yoma shares were trading at 30 cents before the coup. It is now around 13 cents.
Rightsizing to achieve economies of scale - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Rightsizing to achieve economies of scale

IHH Healthcare CEO Kelvin Loh believes operating a big hospital group is in the interest of both patients and shareholders
DBS and Sea: Two ends of a barbell?

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DBS and Sea: Two ends of a barbell?

Sea offers growth potential in Fintech while DBS offers yield and stability

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Conscious decoupling

For the last half decade or so, Sembcorp Marine (Sembmarine) has been hit by declining revenue and several annual losses amid a severe slump in the oil industry. As a result, the consolidation of its weak performance has been a drag o

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Former banker founded Charismatic Capital to offer stock loan financing to underserved companies

Stock loans are nothing new. This form of financing requires borrowers to put up shares as collateral in exchange for a loan. However, the global financial crisis (GFC) in 2008 changed all of that.

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SGX sticks to multi-asset push as MSCI ditches Singapore to cast its lot with Hong Kong

SGX CEO Loh Boon Chye maintains that the exchange has in place a well-diversified, well-positioned portfolio of products plus a pipeline of new ones that will keep both market participants and investors interested.

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Life after the Great Lockdown of 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic is a set to disrupt every aspect of society – for better or worse. Say goodbye to life as you know it

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SGX's first DCS listing is a letdown

SINGAPORE (April 17): When the dual-class shares (DCS) structure for Singapore-listed companies was first mooted in 2016, the proposal generated quite a buzz. This came at a time when the Singapore Exchange (SGX), itself suffering from a dearth of major I

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Yinson to the rescue

Why Bursa Malaysia-listed Yinson is playing white knight to Ezion, the provider of liftboats and support vessels which is sinking from debt
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