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With inflation unlikely to be a threat,  is value investing the way to go? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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With inflation unlikely to be a threat, is value investing the way to go?

The best advice, agree all three speakers, is to stay diversified and understand what one is investing in.

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Time and space

The Edge Singapore hosted a memorable evening for readers to view fine timepieces by Glashütte Original in the elegant premises of Space Furniture.

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CGS-CIMB bullish on China, HK property; prefers China players with bigger exposure to GBA

SINGAPORE (July 15): Singapore’s property developers are enticing investors with hefty discounts of 45% to book value, relatively reasonable valuations of 16 times earnings and yields of 3.2%. Yet, from the perspective of Raymond Cheng, head of research

Investing strategy

UOB and OCBC favoured for growth and valuation; Sunningdale, Fu Yu touted as yield and privatisation plays

SINGAPORE (July 15): On July 8, construction company Lian Beng Group announced that it had won contracts worth $235 million to build a logistics centre at Boon Lay. The company’s net construction order book now stands at about $1.5 billion. That is abou

Investing strategy

CGS-CIMB bullish on China, HK property; prefers China players with bigger exposure to GBA

SINGAPORE (July 15): Singapore’s property developers are enticing investors with hefty discounts of 45% to book value, relatively reasonable valuations of 16 times earnings and yields of 3.2%. Yet, from the perspective of Raymond Cheng, head of research

Sustainability

Overcoming climate change and healthcare problems with philanthropic dollars

SINGAPORE (July 15): As efforts to prevent the worst effects of climate change gain urgency around the world, Singapore is already taking steps to address the crisis by investing in solar energy, developing more sustainable buildings and expanding the pub

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UOB and OCBC favoured for growth and valuation; Sunningdale, Fu Yu touted as yield and privatisation plays

SINGAPORE (July 15): On July 8, construction company Lian Beng Group announced that it had won contracts worth $235 million to build a logistics centre at Boon Lay. The company’s net construction order book now stands at about $1.5 billion. That is abou

Special Event

CGS-CIMB bullish on China, HK property; prefers China players with bigger exposure to GBA

SINGAPORE (July 15): Singapore’s property developers are enticing investors with hefty discounts of 45% to book value, relatively reasonable valuations of 16 times earnings and yields of 3.2%. Yet, from the perspective of Raymond Cheng, head of research

Special Event

Overcoming climate change and healthcare problems with philanthropic dollars

SINGAPORE (July 15): As efforts to prevent the worst effects of climate change gain urgency around the world, Singapore is already taking steps to address the crisis by investing in solar energy, developing more sustainable buildings and expanding the pub

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Urgent call to shape equitable future through collaboration

SINGAPORE (July 1): What if we could build a global economy that runs on neither self-interest nor altruism? With climate change and inequality the greatest threats to humanity in the years to come, urgent action and collaboration are needed to construct
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