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Hyphens Pharma gears up for growth with product pipeline, Vietnam focus

SINGAPORE (July 9): Since its IPO in May last year, Hyphens Pharma International, the specialty pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare group, has gradually been building up its presence, both locally and in the region.

In 2018, Hyphens launched five products but more are expected this year with two dermatological products – Ceradan Advanced and TDF Fairence T-Complex – pending commercialisation.

9 undervalued stocks to watch in the MSCI Singapore Index: KGI

SINGAPORE (Dec 18): KGI Securities has highlighted nine stocks in the MSCI Singapore Index that are currently undervalued, even as they each offer a FY18 dividend yield of more than 3.5%.

According to KGI, the nine stocks – ComfortDelGro Corporation, United Overseas Bank (UOB), Keppel Corporation, Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering), Singapore Exchange (SGX), Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC), CapitaLand, Genting Singapore (GENS), and Singapore Airlines (SIA) – are trading below their 10-year price-to-earnings (P/E) and price-to-book (P/B) averages.

3 undervalued small caps that might help you turn a profit

SINGAPORE (Jan 6): Screening for cheap companies does not always turn up bargains. Oftentimes, companies are undervalued for a good reason.

And, given a general lack of trading liquidity, value buys can easily turn into value traps.

Nevertheless, investors who can stomach risk can occasionally turn a profit.

To find potentially undervalued plays, The Edge Singapore screened the Singapore stock market for companies with market capitalisations of less than $500 million and that are trading at less than half their book values.

7 stocks to give you an edge against a rising greenback

SINGAPORE (Nov 14): Following news of last week’s US presidential election outcome, UOB Kay Hian is now turning its attention on stocks which it reckons could be beneficiaries of the rising US$ strength against ASEAN currencies.

“The unexpected outcome from the US presidential elections has seen the VIX escalating to a recent high of 22.51. While the VIX has since pulled back, we would position cautiously, given the high volatility and macro uncertainties,” says lead analyst Andrew Chow in a Monday report.

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