ThaiBev

Broker's Calls

Why it’ll take more than an excise hike to drag ThaiBev down

SINGAPORE (July 7): CIMB Research is maintaining its “add” recommendation on Thai Beverage (ThaiBev) with an unchanged target price of $1.07.

Stocks To Watch

ST Engineering, Wilmar, ThaiBev, CityDev, Haw Par, Wing Tai

SINGAPORE (May 12): Here are some stocks to watch this Friday morning:

Stocks To Watch

CapitaLand, ThaiBev, CDL, Silverlake Axis, Stamford Land

SINGAPORE (Feb 15): Here are some stocks that could move the market this Wednesday morning.

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Picking stocks with Asean-wide businesses

SINGAPORE (Jan 27): Companies with core businesses spread throughout the Asean region outperformed the Straits Times Index in 2016.

DBS looks into 2017

Would an asset swap be good for ThaiBev investors?

SINGAPORE (Dec 22): Investors of Thai Beverage have been looking forward to an asset swap between ThaiBev and TCC Assets — controlled by ThaiBev’s chairman Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi — after Fraser

DBS looks into 2017

4 consumer goods stock picks that could fly off the shelves

SINGAPORE (Dec 19): DBS Group Research is keeping the Singapore consumer goods sector at “overweight” ahead of a projected 8.6% earnings growth in FY2017F.

Broker's Calls

This consumer stock should remain steady in the face of stronger competition

SINGAPORE (Nov 30): OCBC Investment Research has declared Sheng Siong Group (SSG) as its latest and sole preferred “buy” pick at an estimated fair value of $1.15, while maintaining its “neutral” st

Market Close

STI closes 0.07% lower at 2,842.62

SINGAPORE (Oct 20): Singapore stocks gave up early gains on Thursday and closed marginally lower, on broadly weaker regional cues and a fall in oil prices.

F&N appoints new CEOs for beer and food businesses

SINGAPORE (Sept 22): Fraser and Neave has appointed two new CEOs for its beer and food business segments with effect from October.

Stocks To Watch

STI closes 0.32% lower at 2,809.35

SINGAPORE (Sept 14): Singapore stocks closed weaker on Wednesday, dragged downwards in the afternoon by regional losses as global markets beat a retreat.

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