|Bid||7.61 x 0|
|Ask||7.68 x 0|
|Day's range||7.62 - 7.67|
|52-week range||6.96 - 7.82|
|PE ratio (TTM)||24.15|
|Earnings date||25 Oct 2017|
|Dividend & yield||0.14 (2.61%)|
|1y target est||7.96|
Although it is uncertain whether investors hoping for a bull run on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) will see their wishes come true, look no further as a SGX Bull Charge is already set to take place in November this year. However, do not be too disappointed as the SGX Bull Charge does not mean a […]
It will be forming a committee with the Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers. Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers (SISV) are jointly reviewing valuation practices and the reporting carried out by real estate valuers that listed issuers engage. SGX head of listing policy & product admission Michael Tang said this is to ensure the safeguarding of investor interest and maintaining confidence in the REITs and business trust.
The average daily value was $1.2b. Singapore Exchange's securities market reported strong figures for the month of July, with turnover value reaching $25.5b, up 14% MoM and 21% YoY. According to the latest ...
It wants to cut dependence on its derivatives market. Singapore Exchange's acquisition of the Baltic Exchange for $137m in cash at the end of 2016 is expected to boost its plans to diversify revenue streams. ...
It will be the first in Asia to do so. Singapore Exchange (SGX) announced that it will be commencing the trading of Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs) on Asian indices starting from July 17. SGX is Asia’s first venue to offer trading in DLCs, allowing Specified Investment Products (SIP)-qualified investors to gain fixed leveraged exposure to key Asian indices.
From PropertyGuru via Yahoo!: Singapore has been named among 10 cities in Asia Pacific implementing big plans to improve urban mobility, according to a report launched by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC). The other cities on the list are Seoul, Shanghai, Suwon, Taipei, Tokyo, Bandung, Ho Chi Minh City, Sydney and Yangon. The report noted that Singapore’s growing population which now stands at 5.6 million and limited land has led to more space-efficient modes of transportation.
Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) signed a memorandum of intent (MOI) to create a streamlined pathway for fast growing IMDA-accredited companies to leverage private and public capital markets in Singapore more efficiently for expansion. A joint statement by SGX and IMDA said that through this MOI, they will be able to lower the access barriers for technology companies into the capital markets, catalyse more high-tech IPOs and increase Singapore’s attractiveness as a venue for capital raising.
From CNBC via Yahoo!: Innovation does not always have to mean a lighter phone or a slimmer TV: Hong Kong and Singapore are innovating to become smarter cities aimed at social improvement for their urban populations. Singapore's Smart Nations program is focused on making every aspect of life, from transport to water systems to even garbage disposal, more efficient. From CNBC via Yahoo!: Singapore's reliance on foreign labor may be shifting, with the city-state's central bank pointing on Thursday to a cautious employment outlook.
The Singapore Exchange is mulling over the re-implementation of a lunch break, which will reduce securities market trading hours. According to RHB, this would not have any significant impact on the securities average trading volume (SADV). It noted that SADV surged 38% to $1.36b in the past month, and it is expected to remain strong due to the tweaks to the domestic residential property cooling measures.
It will now be 100% of the share capital. Singapore Exchange (SGX) has enabled companies to seek a general mandate for an issue of pro-rata renounceable rights shares of up to 100% of the share capital, up from 50% previously. The enhanced rights issue limit is aimed at helping companies raise funds expediently for expansion activities or working capital.
Changes include increasing minimum bid size for stocks and changing trading hours. Singapore Exchange (SGX) is planning to consult the public on its proposed adjustments to the equities market, which seek to address market conditions and balance the diverse objectives across varying segments of market participants. SGX is proposing to increase the minimum bid size for stocks and relevant securities trading to the $1.00 – $1.99 price range from the current 0.005 to $0.01, based on the decline in traded value in the $1.00 – $1.99 price range in recent years and lower retail participation in that price range compared to other price ranges.
Singapore Exchange Ltd., which runs the city’s stock market, is proposing to bring back a midday break, boost minimum bid sizes and widen a forced order range. It’s proposing to introduce a midday trading break from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. The SGX plans to raise the tick size for stocks and relevant securities trading in the S$1 to S$1.99 range, to one Singapore cent from half a cent. Read more here. On March 7, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong announced measure to help first-time HDB buyers get their flats earlier.
Singapore Exchange Ltd., which runs the city’s equity market, is considering reinstating the midday intermission, according to people familiar with the matter. SGX in March 2011 scrapped the break, which lasted from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. every day, in an effort to boost trading. SGX will also propose a test that would widen the price increment at which shares are quoted to bring day traders back, according to the people.
It is slated to be listed in 2018. According to Reuters, Singapore Exchange has held talks with Saudi Aramco on a secondary listing, two sources familiar with the matter said on Monday, after the oil and ...
Higher market levels of market activities are recorded in the past year. Singapore Exchange (SGX) today reported net profit of $88.3m for 2Q FY2017, an increase of 5% from a year earlier, with revenue rising 3% to $199.6m and expenses unchanged at $97.2m. Earnings per share was 8.2 cents and the Board of directors has declared an interim dividend of 5 cents per share, payable on 6 February 2017.
The total value of construction contracts to be awarded this year could hit a high of $35 billion. The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) expects the total value of construction contracts to be awarded this year to hit between $28 billion and $35 billion, up from last year’s preliminary estimate of $26 billion, with the public sector accounting for about 70 percent of total construction demand, it said in a statement. The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is currently actively pursuing Chinese listings, aiming to obtain not only Initial Public Offerings (IPO’s) but also cross-listings of entities that are already pre-listed on the Chinese stock markets.
It had suffered four disruptions in the past 18 months. According to Bloomberg, Singapore Exchange Ltd. executives may need reminding of the rules set by Monetary Authority of Singapore, which states that ...
Amount raised on SGX surged three-fold while market cap more than doubled. As at 21 November 2016, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) had the largest share of IPO proceeds among the six Southeast Asia stock markets. IPO proceeds for shares and market capitalisation on SGX raised S$2.3 billion and S$4.4 billion respectively, resuming its top spot in the region in 2016, according to data from Deloitte Singapore.