recovery

Positive revisions only for property and technology sectors as economy goes through a patchy recovery

SINGAPORE (Aug 23): Only selective segments of the economy has benefitted from the economic recovery year to date, according to DBS.

In print this week

Here’s what you might have missed out on at The Edge Singapore 2017 Mid-Year Investment Forum

SINGAPORE (July 28): The local stock market may be headed for a correction in the third quarter of this year, but that should not deter investors from putting their money into stocks right now.

Investing strategy

Stay actively invested in Greater China & Asia equities: Manulife

SINGAPORE (July 10): Asia ex-Japan equities have outperformed their developed market peers in the year to date, with the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index gaining 22.56% compared to just 9.88% for the MSCI World Index (developed markets), according to Bloomberg st

Commentary

Is Thailand over its bad patch?

This article appears in Issue 784 (June 19) of The Edge Singapore which is on sale now

Crude Oil

Who wins in the US shale vs OPEC battle depends on these 5 factors

SINGAPORE (March 15): As the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) continues to follow through with its announcement last year to cut production in a bid to end the global supply glut, US shale has been notably making a record comeba
Manila by Bloomberg

Asian markets to gain a steady foothold in an uncertain 2017

SINGAPORE (Jan 13): With the US and China displaying steady growth momentum and the continued recovery of Asian exports, Oxford Economics thinks 2017 has started on a positive note – and bodes especially well for Asia’s small open economies that rely

Broker's Calls

Here’s the safest way to play the shipyard sector’s protracted recovery

SINGAPORE (Dec 7): UOB Kay Hian is upgrading its view on Singapore’s shipyard sector to “market weight” following the latest deal announced by Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which raises oil prices and lifts hope of a reb

Broker's Calls

After a tough run, Genting Singapore’s earnings look set to recover

SINGAPORE (Nov 4): DBS Vickers Securities is reiterating its “buy” call on Genting Singapore (GENS) with an unchanged target price of 91 cents, with a view that the resorts and casino operator is closing in on a recovery of earnings in FY17.
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