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Singapore Stocks to Watch 2018

SINGAPORE – The accompanying organizations saw new improvements that may influence exchanging of their offers on Thursday (March 1): Singapore Exchange (SGX): SGX has developed as one of the contenders for a controlling stake in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, as per Israeli media reports. In excess of 10 remote stock trades have communicated enthusiasm … Continue reading "Singapore Stocks to Watch 2018"

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Stocks to Watch: Banyan Tree, Golden Agri, Olam, Maxi-Cash

Stock Picks Singapore – On that day the ensuing companies saw new advancements that may influence trading of their business. Top three stocks recommendation for SGX traders Banyan Tree Holdings: Banyan tree last day disclosed a 54 percent down in net profit to S$3.9 million for the fourth quarter concluded the last December. Credit increased … Continue reading "Stocks to Watch: Banyan Tree, Golden Agri, Olam, Maxi-Cash"

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Canadian Dollar Movement and Predictions

December 26 marked the beginning of the straight declines for USD/CAD and lost the momentum. At the same time, their momentum is also fading. The price of USD/CAD bounced aggressively to 1.2917 from September’s low. Although 1.2917 proved to be a really tough level to break.The end of December took the price down to 1.25, … Continue reading "Canadian Dollar Movement and Predictions"

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Hot stock: Midas not aware of information that could clarify stock’s 7.8% drop

MAINBOARD-LISTED Midas Holdings told the Singapore Exchange (SGX) on Friday that it didn’t know about any data that could clarify the overwhelming offering in its stock over the morning. Offers of the aluminum permit organization went into the early afternoon break at S$0.142, down 7.8 for each penny or 1.2 Singapore pennies on the day. … Continue reading "Hot stock: Midas not aware of information that could clarify stock’s 7.8% drop"

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Why Singtel remains OCBC’s sole ‘purchase’ pick in a curbed segment

SINGAPORE (Nov 23): OCBC Research is staying “unbiased” on Singapore’s telco segment as it suspects a decrease in normal income per client (ARPU) by 14-20% throughout the following years while TPG secures versatile income piece of the overall industry of around 6% by 2021. In a Thursday report, lead expert Eugene Chua takes note of … Continue reading "Why Singtel remains OCBC’s sole ‘purchase’ pick in a curbed segment"

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