Genting Singapore (GENS)

Broker's Calls

Genting SG receives major lifeline from Resilience Budget

SINGAPORE (Mar 27): Analysts are more upbeat on Genting Singapore (GENS) as the group managed to receive a major lifeline in the form of property tax and wage setoffs by the government.

Broker's Calls

Analysts remain positive on Genting Singapore despite not taking part in Osaka bid

SINGAPORE (Feb 18): Genting Singapore (GENS) did not take part in the bidding of the Osaka integrated resort (IR).


Genting Singapore posts 4% increase in 4Q earnings to $156 mil, full-year earnings lifted to $689 mil

SINGAPORE (Feb 12): Genting Singapore (GENS) reported earnings of $155.9 million for 4QFY2019 ended December, some 4% higher than earnings of $150.2 million a year ago. 

Broker's Calls

RHB expects resilient earnings for consumer and gaming sector in 2020 despite sluggish sales

SINGAPORE (Dec 23): RHB Group Research is staying “neutral” on the consumer and gaming sector and expects earnings in the sector to remain resilient in 2020.

Investing ideas

Will Genting Singapore's Japan IR gamble pay off?

SINGAPORE (Nov 8): On the surface, luck could be running out for Genting Singapore (GENS).


Genting Singapore tops list; plantation companies' ROE remains high

SINGAPORE (Sept 16): Genting Singapore, operator of Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), has emerged the winner of the agriculture, hotels and restaurants sector.

Investing ideas

Lady Luck smiles on Genting Singapore in 2Q but will it be enough to turn the tables?

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Genting Singapore (GENS) did not disappoint consensus estimates in the 2Q19 ended June.


Genting posts 5% drop in 2Q earnings to $168.4 mil despite higher revenue

SINGAPORE (Aug 2): Genting Singapore (GENS) saw its earnings fall 5% to $168.4 million for the 2Q19 ended June, from $177.6 million a year ago, on the back of lower other income and higher expenses


No incentive for US to deal with China; Singapore technical recession imminent

SINGAPORE (July 1): US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping’s impending Osaka G20 meeting is one to watch, but market commentators are not expecting any significant breakthrough.

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