Broker's Calls

ST Engineering to see weaker aerospace business but other defence segment resilient

SINGAPORE (May 18): The Covid-19 outbreak has hurt the commercial aerospace industry. ST Engineering, with a big chunk of exposure to this industry, is likely to suffer.

ST Engineering's electronics arm wins $635 mil in contracts in 1Q18

SINGAPORE (Apr 19): ST Engineering announced that its electronics arm, ST Electronics, has secured $635 million worth of contracts in 1Q18.

Six types of people most commonly linked to money laundering crimes

SINGAPORE (Sept 21): Despite having one of the strongest anti-money laundering (AML) ecosystems in the region, Singapore continues to struggle with its exposure to money laundering risks.

Broker's Calls

This defence stock is bursting with star potential

SINGAPORE (June 14): CIMB Securities likes Starburst Holdings, an engineering group specialising in the design and engineering of defence training facilities, as a “niche defence company with high

In print this week

Are Singapore’s companies taking the ‘not if, but when’ approach to terrorism?

SINGAPORE (June 9): While companies seize every opportunity to crow about their financial performance to investors, and burnish their public image with information about their social responsibility

Singapore employment growth shrinks 1% y-o-y in April: Monster

SINGAPORE (May 31): Singapore has registered negative employment growth of 1% on-year on the Monster Employment Index (MEI) for the month of April, according to the latest MEI data released by Mons

Oceanus files counterclaim against Ocean King

SINGAPORE (Sept 2): Seafood supply chain manager Oceanus says it has on Aug 8 filed a counterclaim against Ocean King for specific performance of a loan agreement, as well as damages for breaching

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