Singapore Airlines (SIA)

CGS-CIMB downgrades aviation sector, SIA Engineering gets sole 'add' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

CGS-CIMB downgrades aviation sector, SIA Engineering gets sole 'add'

“It stands to benefit from higher volumes of maintenance work when airlines increase their flying hours rapidly."

Broker's Calls

UOB Kay Hian adds ART, Singtel and Wilmar to its alpha picks, removes OCBC and SIA

During the 3QFY2021, UOB Kay Hian’s alpha picks portfolio marginally underperformed the STI, which was helped by share buybacks.

Broker's Calls

SIA's yields likely to remain weak, while cargo still expected to be key earnings driver in 2QFY22: UOB Kay Hian

UOB Kay Hian analyst K Ajith has maintained his “hold” call on SIA with an unchanged target price of $4.85.

Aviation & Engineering

Singapore Airlines uses final $0.6 bil of proceeds from rights issue for aircraft and aircraft-related payments

The sum is said to be used for aircraft and aircraft-related payments between July 1 and Sept 1.
A two-decade fly-by - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

1000th issue

A two-decade fly-by

In issue 1,000, The Edge Singapore takes a lookback at its coverage of some of the key events in Singapore’s aviation industry.
SIA Cargo improves in July, passenger load factor still down  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Company in the news

SIA Cargo improves in July, passenger load factor still down

SIA's cargo improves y-o-y but passenger load factor is at 32% of pre-Covid levels

Broker's Calls

Broker's Digest: Tech manufacturers, Wilmar, Japfa, FEHT, iFAST Corp, SIA

See the analysts' recommendations and target prices here.
UOB upgrades SIA to 'hold' with higher TP of $4.85 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

UOB upgrades SIA to 'hold' with higher TP of $4.85

Shares in SIA closed 11 cents lower or 2.2% down at $4.99 on Aug 2, or 0.7 times P/B, according to UOB Kay Hian’s estimates.
Analysts warming up to SIA on narrowing loss in 1Q22 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Analysts warming up to SIA on narrowing loss in 1Q22

SIA reported net losses of $409 million for 1QFY2022. This is a 63.6% improvement from the $1.1 billion loss last year.
SIA's net loss narrows by 63.6% to $409 million in 1QFY22 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

SIA's net loss narrows by 63.6% to $409 million in 1QFY22

The losses come as border controls and travel restrictions remained largely in place in the first quarter of the year
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