Showing posts from September, 2015

S&P 500 shows pattern similar to start of last two bear markets

A pattern that accompanied the start of the last two bear markets is showing up in US stocks.

Will YuuZoo’s new funding deal wreck its share price?

It may come across as a simple deal, but YuuZoo Corp’s recently announced S$30 million funding facility from US-based fund GEM Global is by no means heartening for investors saddled by the anaemic showing of its stock since its debut on the Singapore Exchange a year ago.

SGX sets up independent listing panels to uphold market quality

Three listing committees to advise the market regulator on listing, disciplinary and appeal matters

China H-shares set to soar 33% by year-end: Deutsche Bank

Chinese stocks trading in Hong Kong will surge 33 per cent by the end of this year as stronger fiscal stimulus on the mainland revives economic growth, Deutsche Bank AG said.

YuuZoo secures S$30m funding from GEM Global

Yuuzoo Corp has secured a S$30 million funding facility for the next three years from New York-based private alternative investment group GEM Global Yield Fund.

Boardroom fighter re-emerges at KLW

A veteran fighter of boardroom wars has re-emerged and is now planning directorship changes at furniture maker KLW Holdings.

Possible merger of Cosco Group-China Shipping Group may not bring much joy

Investors who have been locked in suspended mainland shipping stocks should think twice about the potential merits of a merger.