5UX.SI - Oxley Holdings Limited

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
0.695
+0.025 (+3.731%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous close0.670
Open0.680
Bid0.695 x 0
Ask0.700 x 0
Day's range0.675 - 0.700
52-week range0.460 - 0.745
Volume7,920,700
Avg. volume3,061,310
Market cap2.254B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)8.58
EPS (TTM)0.081
Earnings date17 Jan 2018 - 22 Jan 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est0.74
  • Oxley Holdings could bag $2.3b from overseas contracts
    Singapore Business Review2 months ago

    Oxley Holdings could bag $2.3b from overseas contracts

    Contracts will be progressively recognised in the UK, Cambodia, and Indonesia. Oxley Holdings could bag $2.3b earnings from unbilled overseas contracts that are yet to be recognised. UOB Kay Hian said that Oxley’s UK-based Royal Wharf project, which is selling at price point of $1,073.31-$1,252.44 (£600-£700) psf, is targeted at the mass market segment.

  • CoffeeTalk: Property Stocks, Good Meh?
    Shares Investment2 months ago

    CoffeeTalk: Property Stocks, Good Meh?

    Lately, I have witnessed quite a number of people walking with a swagger near the few kopitiams at Hougang area, and I started searching for the cause of this newfound confidence.

  • Oxley Holdings Q1 profits surge 199% to $45.93m
    Singapore Business Review3 months ago

    Oxley Holdings Q1 profits surge 199% to $45.93m

    Plot handover of The Royal Wharf Phase 1A boosted its revenue. Oxley Holdings (Oxley) is on a tear as its Q1 profits soared by 199% YoY from $15.34m to $45.93m. According to its financial statement, revenue rose by 146% to $310.62m, mainly due to the recognition of revenue from the handover of certain plots in The Royal Wharf Phase 1A.

  • Which firm will benefit from the lift in the property market?
    Singapore Business Review4 months ago

    Which firm will benefit from the lift in the property market?

    Every 10% price increase could lift its RNAV by 3%. Oxley Holdings is poised to benefit from the lift in the property market, thanks to its growing land bank, UOB Kay Hian said. Its residential landbank, with a total of 2,833 units for $3b gross development value (GDV), is the largest amongst Singapore-listed property stocks.

  • Oxley profits down 48% to $43.6m in Q4
    Singapore Business Review5 months ago

    Oxley profits down 48% to $43.6m in Q4

    Oxley Holdings Limited (Oxley) reported a profit decline of 48% YoY to $43.6m in the final quarter of its fiscal year. According to its financial statement, profit before tax (PBT) fell 49% to $57.3m no thanks to profits from equity-accounted joint ventures and associates declining by $32.8m. The revenue of $224.33 million for 4Q2017 was mainly due to recognition of revenue using the completion of construction method upon the handover of certain plots in The Royal Wharf Phase 1A.

  • Oxley acquires Pasir Panjang property for $121m
    Singapore Business Review6 months ago

    Oxley acquires Pasir Panjang property for $121m

    The property has a freehold area of 8,326 sqm. Oxley Holdings Limited announced that its subsidiary has been granted an option to purchase the property known as 231 Pasir Panjang Road at a purchase price ...

  • SI Research: Wheelock Properties (Singapore) – Developer With Deep Pocket
    Shares Investment7 months ago

    SI Research: Wheelock Properties (Singapore) – Developer With Deep Pocket

    Based on statistics from the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore, property price index slumped across the residential and commercial sectors in 1Q17.

  • Oxley's net profit skyrockets by 103% to $123.2m in Q2
    Singapore Business Reviewlast year

    Oxley's net profit skyrockets by 103% to $123.2m in Q2

    Oxley Tower contributions finally kicked in. Property developer Oxley Holdings Limited announced a 103% spike in its net profit for the quarter ending in December at $123.2m, up from $60.814m from the same period last year. According to the group, the revenue of $605.73m for 2Q2017 was mainly due to recognition of revenue from a commercial project, Oxley Tower, using the completion of construction method upon its completion.