HSBC Global Research

S-REITs in ‘better shape’ than two years ago; CICT, MLT top picks: HSBC - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

S-REITs ‘in better shape’ than two years ago; CICT, MLT top picks: HSBC

HSBC favours stocks with embedded growth, like CICT; and REITs that have priced in most of the negative news, like MLT.
Pick up the ‘buy’ calls on Singtel despite impairment news - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Pick up the ‘buy’ calls on Singtel despite impairment news

The analysts' target prices range from $2.90 to $3.15.

Investing ideas

Is Seatrium’s $1 bil ebitda target ‘ambitious’ or ‘conservative’?

Analysts are staying positive on Seatrium after the group revealed more details at its inaugural investor day.
Analysts note ‘muted’ 1Q2024 NODX as February’s numbers disappoint - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Singapore economy

Analysts note ‘muted’ 1Q2024 NODX as February’s numbers disappoint

Analysts from OCBC, UOB and Maybank are keeping their FY2024 NODX estimates unchanged.

Singapore economy

MAS likely to keep policy parameters unchanged in upcoming October meeting: analysts

The MAS is slated to hold its monetary policy meeting on Oct 13.
Foodpanda deal could be ‘value-accretive’ for Grab, says HSBC - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Foodpanda deal could be ‘value-accretive’ for Grab, says HSBC

HSBC's analysts expect Grab to turn adjusted ebitda positive in 3QFY2023 and FCF-positive in FY2024.

Broker's Calls

Analysts unanimous on Grab’s improved prospects after 2QFY2023 outperformance

Analysts from Citi, Maybank, HSBC and CGS-CIMB have each maintained their “buy” and “add” calls.

Labour market

Future of work’s impact on the economy could stretch beyond the traditional economic metrics: HSBC

One of the key challenges in the coming years is a structurally different backdrop in terms of labour supply.

Singapore economy

Inflation to ease further into 2023 after momentum slows in May but MAS easing still not expected in Oct: Analysts

Singapore’s core inflation slowed to 4.7% in May, an increase of just 0.1% m-o-m, down from 5.0% in April.
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