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Business Trust Boon or Bane

There was an article in the Sunday Times about investing in Singapore listed business trusts. A business trust is a structure that is setup to provide a steady stream of dividend payout from the operating business or assets. The yield can sometimes be as high as 10+% (Business Times had previously published an article highlighting […]

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Shipping Stocks Battered

The share prices of companies in the shipping sector had been battered in the past few months amidst uncertainty in the global economy and trade. And analysts are not positive on the outlook of the shipping sector either. Both NOL and Cosco trade at around $1, with their prices falling more than 50% since the […]

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Hutchison Port Holdings Trust IPO

Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) Trust looks set to become Singapore’s largest ever IPO. The previous largest IPO was SingTel’s S$4 billion listing in 1993. The subsidiary of Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing’s Hutchison Whampoa plans to raise as much as S$7.3 billion (US$5.8 billion). The trust is listing here as Hong Kong regulations do not […]

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