Ernest Lim: STI’s Uptrend Unlikely To Be Disrupted

Straits Times Index (STI) has closed at 3,386, a fresh 29-month high on 27 October 2017. Some of you who have been less than 30 percent invested in your portfolios and have not added more exposure in their equities portfolio last month are wondering whether you have missed out on the rally. Should you continue to chase this?
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Dr Chan: How To Invest In The “Chinese Dream”

For most of 2017, the global stock markets’ performances have been nothing short of spectacular. In mid-October, US stocks continued to surge after the Senate approved Trump’s budget giving rise to hopes that Trump’s tax reform bill may be passed this year.

Dr Chan: Discover Hidden Gems In Manufacturing Stocks

Not long ago, Kingboard Chemical Holdings Ltd (148.HK) had bought a large number of shares of Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd (293.HK). Thanks to Kingboard Chemical’s heavy purchase, the share price of Cathay Pacif...
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Dr Chan: Major Markets Run-Up Lifting Local Sentiments

The Straits Times Index’s performance was rather lackluster for the month of September 2017. Fortunately, stepping into October, stocks from major markets such as the US, Japan and Hong Kong saw a resurgence to help lift local sentiments.
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Dr Chan: Play Conservatively As Correction May Resume

The US stock market corrected after rising for nine consecutive days recently. On 20 September, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) decided to keep interest unchanged, but will begin the process of shrinking its balance sheet in October 2017.

SI Research: Oil & Gas Industry Outlook

It has almost been three years and the oil market still seems awash with crude. Despite the Organisation of The Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) best efforts, the 14-member body that controls more than 81.5 percent of world’s oil reserves and produces almost 50 percent of world production, has failed to help lift oil prices meaningfully.


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