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Singapore Exchange

March 19, 2020

Hi-Tech Related Stocks Defend Double-Digit Five Year Gains

Global Hardware, Semiconductor and Hi-Tech Manufacturers declined 26% in the 2020 YTD, bringing their median 5 year total returns to a 5% decline. Semiconductor stocks have led declines over past 11 weeks, while also maintaining the strongest 5 years gains.

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Singapore Exchange

March 3, 2020

SGX’s Trio of Rubber Glove Makers Average 32% Total Return in YTD

Global demand for rubber gloves is expected to increase as countries step up efforts to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, which has spread to at least 65 countries and territories. So far, more than 3,000 patients worldwide have died from the virus and nearly 90,000 have been infected.

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Singapore Exchange

February 25, 2020

December Quarter Earnings of SGX’s US-Focused Office REITs

Of the S-REITs on SGX, at least 10 are engaged in the acquisition, development, ownership, leasing, management and operation of office properties located in Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, Australia, Europe, UK and the US. Among them, three – Manulife US REIT, Prime US REIT and Keppel Pacific Oak US REIT – are focused on the US office market.

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Singapore Exchange

February 13, 2020

Singapore’s 10 Most Traded Healthcare Stocks in Early 2020

Singapore’s 10 most traded Health Stocks in the 2020 year to 11 Feb averaged S$26 million a day in combined turnover, while generating 13% median gains and average gains of 36%. The same 10 stocks averaged S$7 million daily turnover and a decline of 1% in 2019.

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Singapore Exchange

February 10, 2020

Real Estate Stocks Led Most Traded Stocks Over Past 5 Weeks

22 stocks have seen net institutional inflows of S$204 million, with Ascendas REIT, CapitaLand and Mapletree Logistics REIT leading the inflows. Together the 22 Real Estate stocks generated a higher median total return than the broader 50 stocks in both the 2020 year to 7 February (+2%) and the past three years (+46%).

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Singapore Exchange

February 3, 2020

December Quarter Earnings Schedule for STI Constituents

Over the past month, nine constituents of the Index have released their earnings for the quarter/full-year ended 31 December 2019. Another seven are expected to unveil their results from 12-14 Feb. The remaining 14 constituents will follow suit in the final two weeks of the month.

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Singapore Exchange

January 30, 2020

December Quarter S-REIT Earnings Schedule

So far, 20 constituents of the Index have released their earnings for the quarter/full-year ended 31 December 2019, with another 15 scheduled to report their results over the next three weeks.

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Singapore Exchange

January 13, 2020

23% Median Gains for Most Active Energy-Linked Stocks in 2019

10 Energy-related stocks ranked amongst Singapore’s most traded 200 stocks of 2019, generating a median total return of 23% for the year. The 10 stocks maintain a combined market capitalisation of S$24 billion, and contributed close to S$50 million in daily turnover in 2019.

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Singapore Exchange

January 6, 2020

FTSE ST China Index’s Five Largest Best Performers Returned 37% in 2019

The FTSE ST China Index consists of stocks of the FTSE ST All-Share Index that have reported either at least 50% of their revenues from Mainland China, or have at least 50% of their operating assets located in the country. The 10 largest constituents of the Index have a combined market capitalisation of more than S$40 billion.

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Singapore Exchange

January 2, 2020

Big Manufacturing Stocks that Beat the PMIs in 2019

The November reading of the Singapore Purchasing Managers’ Index, at 49.8, was the seventh month of contraction for Singapore’s overall manufacturing sector, while the electronics sector (at 49.7 in November) was in contraction for all of the first 11 months of 2019. These two PMI’s have also been gradually contracting less in recent months.

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