Sea Ltd

Putting the Red Dot on the map - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Investing ideas

Putting the Red Dot on the map

PhillipCapital celebrates these 2 companies that helped to put the red dot on the map.
Continue to 'buy' SGX as trading momentum should sustain through FY21: RHB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Continue to 'buy' SGX as trading momentum should sustain through FY21: RHB

RHB is keeping its ‘buy’ rating for Singapore Exchange (SGX) with an unchanged target price of $11.60.
We are not in a bubble yet - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

We are not in a bubble yet

Unlike the dotcom crash, cash burn is not a problem today as tech firms have used the exuberant stock markets like a cash machine.
Singapore's technology challengers are punching above their weight - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Singapore's technology challengers are punching above their weight

There is much potential for Singapore's fast-growing emerging technology companies which can now rival mature hubs like Japan.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Sea is in troubled waters

With a stock price that is 30x FY2019 revenue, is Sea, the creator of Free Fire mobile game, nothing but a one-trick pony?

Broker's Calls

947 Broker's Digest

Take a look at these six stocks this week, including SEA, Koufu, and Thai Beverage.

Company in the news

Angry K-Pop fans spur probe into Sea

(June 7): The Philippines has begun an investigation into Sea Ltd. online mall Shopee after fans of K-pop girl group BlackPink complained it mishandled promotions around a meet-and-greet event.

Tencent-backed Sea to raise US$1.35 bil in US share sale

(Mar 6): Sea, operator of Southeast Asia’s biggest gaming platform, has raised US$1.35 billion ($1.83 billion) after increasing the size of a follow-on stock offering.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

A new billionaire emerges from Singapore gaming powerhouse Sea

(March 1): Free Fire is a world unto itself. More than 40 million players log on each day to find weapons and battle it out till one character’s left standing.

Commentary

Sea investors, stick to your (accounting) principles

SINGAPORE (Feb 27): Net-off revenues, employee share compensation, fair value of convertible notes, deferred revenues.
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