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  • Daily Markets Briefing: STI up 0.11%
    by Staff Reporter on October 22, 2020 at 10:00 pm

    Uploaded By:  Paul Howell Submitted By:  Paul Howell Case Study:  No Wilmar Intl led the gains amongst top active stocks with a 1.42% climb. The Straits Times Index ended 2.80 or 0.11% higher at 2,528.41. The top active stocks were Medtecs International, which dropped 0.84%, CityDev, which slipped 1.13%, DBS, which rose 0.89%, Wilmar International, which grew 1.42%, and UOB with a 0.3% climb. The FTSE Mid Cap edged down 0.28%, whilst the FTSE Small Cap dipped 0.04%.

  • Most Singaporeans to immediately divest equities in market downturn
    by Staff Reporter on October 22, 2020 at 9:38 am

    Uploaded By:  Frances Gagua Submitted By:  Frances Gagua Case Study:  No But they may have lost up to 18% of gains by jumping the gun. Three in five retail investors in Singapore said that they will immediately divest their equities within a week in the event of a market downturn—despite historical data showing that this usually leads to lost gains in the long term. A study by St. James’s Place Wealth Management Asia found that 60% of Singaporean respondents would divest equities within a week, whilst almost a third (32%) will divest within twenty four hours. read more

  • Retail rents tipped to fall up to 15% in 2020
    by Staff Reporter on October 22, 2020 at 3:44 am

    Uploaded By:  Clarist Zablan Submitted By:  Clarist Zablan Case Study:  No Rental gap between suburban malls and in Orchard will continue to narrow. Retail rents in Singapore are tipped to decline 10%-15% for the whole of 2020 as recessionary pressures persist and safe distancing restrictions are still in place, according to a report from Knight Frank. The report noted that as physical retail stores resumed operations, shopper traffic also returned to a greater extent in suburban malls compared to the centrally located ones that are more reliant on the tourist dollar. read more

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