Showing posts from July, 2014

Flurry of corporate activity puts SGX to the test

In a market plagued by poor volume and low volatility, credit has to go to the local corporate sector for keeping interest in equities alive with regular announcements of takeovers, rights issues, joint ventures, asset consolidations, signing of memorandums of understanding and placements. Such deals have often had a positive impact on sentiment and with trading conditions as weak as they are, anything that helps keep interest in local stocks alive is to be welcomed.

Making SGX attractive to S-chips

Direct listing framework could be the impetus for S’pore bourse to connect global investors with quality Chinese firms

Biosensors shares fall after CB Medical pares stake

Move by major shareholder deals blow to talk of takeover

Cash is a killer for wealthy Asians

Family offices can effectively manage wealth, but they are struggling in Asia due to cultural values and a reluctance to delegate to professionals