Showing posts with label OUE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label OUE. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 18, 2017


Singapore stocksThere are currently three Singapore stocks, each with a market capitalization of more than $1 billion which are trading at less than 50% Price-to-Book ratio.

Noble Group stock currently trades at 0.42 Price-to-Book. OUE stock currently trades at 0.46 Price-to-Book while Wing Tai Holding currently also trades at 0.46 Price-to-Book too. Of these three stocks, Wing Tai pays a dividends of 1.58%, OUE pays a dividends of 1.46%. Noble which had in the past paid dividend did not do so last year (year 2016).

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Is it time to invest into these stocks now (Part 3)?

For OUE Limited stock, the 100-Days Moving Average seems strong as a resistance; I am not sure how convincingly the stock could break beyond this resistance for some possible upside.

For Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Limited stock, its stock price is flirting with the 100-Days Moving Average too. On the fundamentals side, I do not like shipbuilding stocks, at least for now.

Monday, June 8, 2015

SGX-listed corporate chiefs who may be Members of Parliament

I read the report “State of the Slates” of Part D of the Straits Times of 6 June 2015 with much interest. Of the likely New PAP faces, there are two who are the current management figures of SGX-listed companies. They are Chong Kee Hiong, Chief Executive of OUE Hospitality Trust and Cheng Li Hui, Deputy Chief Executive of Hai Leck Holdings, an engineering, procurement and construction services company. The report is quite an interesting read so much so that even potential ministerial candidates were mentioned, for this I trawled the internet for more details and am glad that there is a comprehensive one at this link.

Monday, January 13, 2014

OUE C-Reit IPO stock

OUE C-Reit will be launching its IPO at a price of $0.80 per share based on the preliminary prospectus lodged with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). OUE Reit will comprise two properties: the OUE Bayfront property (which include the OUE Bayfront property, the OUE tower and the OUE link) in Singapore and also the Lippo Plaza property in Shanghai, China. I really think that there are too many Reits in the Singapore stocks markets. Not only do we have more and more Reits listed in Singapore, I think we are having more and more companies spin off their assets as various forms of Reits. Take for example, F&N: F&N now has its own Reits after spinning off; SPH has also its own Reits and for OUE, OUE C-Reit is not the only Reit under OUE; OUE Hospitality Reits was the first Reit under OUE.
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