Singapore stocks

Dividend diamonds could power the STI - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Singapore economy

Dividend diamonds could power the STI

The STI has one of the best dividend yields in the world.
UOB Kay Hian remains long on equities, with OCBC, SGX, ComfortDelGro among top picks  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Singapore economy

UOB Kay Hian remains long on equities, with OCBC, SGX, ComfortDelGro among top picks

UOB Kay Hian has upgraded its end-2021 STI forecast to 3,456 points.

Broker's Calls

UOB Kay Hian adds Sea Limited, CDG to its alpha picks portfolio; removes Singtel

Sector-wise, banks and industrials outperformed, with industrial and hospitality trusts registering declines in May.

Singapore economy

Singapore overtakes Thailand to become Asia's worst stock market

Singapore Airlines Ltd. and ComfortDelGro Corp. are the worst performers on the index this year so far.

Broker's Calls

Seek shelter from economic headwinds in stable Singapore stocks, says OCBC

While the S&P 500 fell 6.7% from its September peak, the STI only lost 2% due to its lower exposure to technology stocks.


Singapore stock dividends highest among major developed markets

Morgan Stanley are forecasting a 14% total return potential for Singapore equities over the next 12 months.

Singapore economy

UBS upgrades Singapore's shares to 'overweight', on reopening of global economies, recovery in oil prices, and attractive valuations

UBS Group AG became the latest fan of the Southeast Asian nation’s shares, upgrading its view to overweight in a report Thursday.

Singapore economy

Singapore stocks resilient even if trade talks fail, OCBC says

SINGAPORE (Nov 26): Singapore’s stock market is unlikely to throw up much of a fuss if trade talks fail between the world’s two largest economies, according to Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp.

Yield watch

Sinking Singapore stocks still seen as bright spot on dividends

(Aug 23): Singapore’s stocks may be falling, but some investors say they’re still a bright spot in a global equity market marred by trade tensions and slowing economic growth.

Tong's Portfolio

Singapore companies fared much better than Malaysian ones

(July 5): Investors cheered at the start of July, after the US and China called for another truce while trade talks resumed. There was little in terms of concrete details. US President Donald Trump agreed to hold off on his threats to impose tariffs on th