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Archive for April, 2010

STI rebounds after 2 days of losses

NOT surprisingly, after losing about 70 points in a two-day sell-off on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Straits Times Index yesterday managed a bounce of 26.97 points to 2,959.01, described as 'technical' in some circles, but more likely due to short-covering. The broad market, however, was marginally firm, recording 226 rises versus 139 falls, excluding derivatives. Turnover was a moderate 1.9 billion... more

A partial CPF restoration is in order

TO restore is to reinstate or put back to the original position. Employers whingeing over the prospect of higher Central Provident Fund contribution rates should take heart that the little hike at hand, back towards the long-term target rate, will still leave the employer's rate far from the 'original' 25 per cent back in its heyday. But this is probably irrelevant to the business community, for w... more

Worries over China property, Greece hang heavy on stocks

SELLING in China and Hong Kong and a weak opening for Europe because of concerns over Greece yesterday spilled over to the local market, dragging the Straits Times Index down 10.94 points to 2,991.68. The weakness was broad-based - excluding derivatives, there were 289 falls versus 166 rises. As always in times of softness, traders resorted to churning the low-priced pennies for opportunities - ex... more

ST Index breaks 3,000 barrier again

POSITIVE economic and corporate data boosted investor sentiment yesterday, with regional markets quickly recovering much of the ground lost in last week's knee-jerk sell-down in response to the US government's lawsuit against Goldman Sachs. The benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) yesterday promptly rebounded back above the 3,000-point level, closing 14.13 points higher at 3,002.62. Traders were up... more

Making money out of BRICs

INVESTORS today are increasingly looking towards emerging markets like the BRIC economies (Brazil, Russia, India and China) to park their money. The term was first coined nearly a decade ago by Goldman Sachs economist Jim O'Neill, who argued that the combined economies of the BRICs could eclipse those of the world's richest countries by 2050. These four countries today certainly lo... more

Strong earnings aren’t translating into jobs yet

Companies are pulling in big profits but that doesn't mean they'll be quick to hire.

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