Although aimless, Straits TImes Index attempts tepid rebound  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Although aimless, Straits Times Index attempts tepid rebound

As the Straits Times attempts tepid rebound, volatile risk-free rates may stymie upmoves

Right Timing

SGX should be able to rebound after sentiment-led selling

SGX is likely to rebound following sentiment-led selling as indicators are oversold.

Investing ideas

Banks avert cliff scenario with loans moratorium; earnings stabilise and P/NAV at 10-year lows

Banks' credit costs stabilise as they exit loan moratoriums smoothly. Their price to book ratios are at 10 year lows.
Local market’s rebound hostage to fallout from US roller coaster - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Local market’s rebound hostage to fallout from US roller coaster

The STI is attempting to rebound and could do so despite US market volatility

Global review

China moves slowly and cautiously towards 2H2020 recovery, focusing on new infrastructure

As Europe and the rest of the world reopens for business after their lock-downs, governments and economists are studying the Chinese model. China was a FIFO — First In, First Out — case for Covid-19.

Broker's Calls

5 consumer stocks to count on in the new age of e-commerce

SINGAPORE (Dec 4): Phillip Capital is remaining “overweight” on Singapore’s consumer sector on expectations of a continued rebound in the city state’s economic conditions as well as improving consumer sentiment.

Global Markets

Western shoppers are fueling a revival for made-in-Asia goods

HONG KONG / NEW DELHI (May 9): Sanjay Janghala walks across a humming factory floor as 400 employees of Orient Craft Ltd. stitch together women’s blouses and embroidered dresses.


KFC is returning to Bursa Malaysia

(Jan 4): Fundraising from Malaysian initial public offerings is poised to rebound from the lowest in 16 years, led by a planned relisting of the local KFC operator, as receding uncertainty and commodity price gains help rekindle demand for riskier assets.