|Day's range||3,207.25 - 3,230.75|
|52-week range||3,176.26 - 3,641.65|
Results from DBS, UOB, Sembcorp Industries, Venture Corp and UOL, and an interest-rate decision from the eFed are some of the highlights next week.
Recent trade tensions have seen the Singapore stock market falling to a 14-month low. Is this a warning sign of things to come or an investing opportunity?
Additional property cooling measures announced by the Singapore government yesterday have affected property shares.
Five STI stocks that have consistently increased its dividends over the past 5 years are SATS, ComfortDelGro, Jardine Matheson, Jardine Strategic and HongKong Land. These five stocks make up almost 15% of the STI weight & averaged a dividend yield of 3.0% in 2017.
Despite seven interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve since 2015, many banks have resisted rewarding deposit customers with higher rates. In an effort to stanch deposit declines, lenders are offering new customers one-time payments of hundreds of dollars to open accounts. For the banks, these bonuses can have the benefit of being tucked away in obscure parts of earnings reports where they don’t weigh on closely followed profitability metrics.
STI ETF a popular recommendation for Singaporeans as their first investment. Here's how you can get started. The post Complete Guide To Investing In The STI ETF appeared first on DollarsAndSense.sg.
Expect muted gains today. The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 72.45 points or 2.12% lower to 3339.7, taking the year-to-date performance to +1.86%. The top active stocks were DBS, which declined 2.61%, ...