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New Short Selling Rules Start Today

If you perform any online sell share transactions on the SGX today, you will notice that there is a new column where you will need to indicate whether it is a short sale. A short sale means a sell trade that you either do not yet own the shares at the point of selling (naked […]

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SGX to Report Daily Short-Selling Volumes

Starting from March 2013, SGX will give detailed information for short sales on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). The daily short sales volume for individual counters will be provided. The increased transparency comes more than two years after SGX had first proposed the idea in a consultation paper. The recent saga regarding Olam might have hastened […]

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Are Olam Bonds Worth Subscribing to?

I read a recent article on the Straits Times that encouraged people to subscribe for the Olam rights issue for Olam bonds with free detachable warrants. Olam bonds worth subscribing to (Straits Times) In the article, the journalist inserted a few quotes from former Morgan Stanley investment banker Michael Dee (he was also a senior Managing Director […]

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Listed Stock Options in Singapore

I am sure many of us have heard about options trading. Most of the time, the strategies have to be implemented using stock options listed in the US market. In the near future, we might be able to trade stock options linked to our own Singapore listed stocks. SGX is currently exploring plans to make […]

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StockWhiz Contest Secrets

The StockWhiz competition organized by SGX and SIAS almost came to an ominous end when it started last week. After just a day or two of the 2-month plus competition, the top performers looked something like this: These were results that would probably put the best traders in the world to shame. It would also […]

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