Daily Archives: September 26, 2018


Singapore Stocks Watch: STI resumes Wednesday evening at 3,260.12, up 0.7%

Singapore Stocks Watch:
SINGAPORE stocks continued exchanging higher after Wednesday’s meal break, with the benchmark Straits Times Index climbing 24.04 focuses, or 0.7 for every penny, to 3,260.12 as at 1.02pm.

Gainers dwarfed failures 182 to 132, as 624.3 million offers worth some S$463.5 million altogether changed hands.

The most effectively exchanged counter was Marco Polo Marine with 47.71 million offers exchanged, facilitating 3.45 for each penny or 0.1 Singapore penny to 2.8 Singapore pennies. Different actives included Nico Steel with 24.24 million units exchanged, level at 0.5 Singapore penny; and Thomson Medical with 21.48 million offers evolving hands, up 2.67 for each penny, or 0.2 Singapore penny, to 7.7 Singapore pennies.

Among dynamic record stocks, Singtel included 0.63 for each penny, or two Singapore pennies, to S$3.22, while OCBC Bank increased 0.7 for each penny, or eight Singapore pennies, to S$11.53

Stocks to watch: Sasseur Reit, Sapphire Corp, Datapulse, OUE

Sasseur Reit: An auxiliary of Chinese outlet shopping center trust Sasseur Reit is being sued for 148.4 million yuan (S$29.5 million) and lawful costs, its supervisor said. Units shut on Tuesday at S$0.73 each, down a large portion of a Singapore penny, or 0.68 for every penny.

Sapphire Corp: Mainboard-recorded development bunch Sapphire Corp has anchored a 64 million yuan (S$12.7 million) contract to overhaul a water treatment office in Chengdu, and will perceive income in light of the dynamic fulfillment of the task throughout the following a half year. Sapphire keep going exchanged at S$0.127 on Monday.

Datapulse Technology: Erstwhile circle drive producer Datapulse Technology has settled a slander guarantee against fence stock investments Ascapia Capital, with the two gatherings concurring not to put forth any further expressions about one another, after the question was alluded to intercession. The counter finished unaltered at S$0.27 on Tuesday.

OUE: An OUE unit went into a restrictive deal and buy concession to Tuesday with Asiatower Sudirman for 8,000 sq m of business arrive in South Jakarta, with a sticker price of 1.63 trillion rupiah (S$150 million) in promissory notes. OUE plunged 0.65 for each to S$1.53 on Tuesday, before the news.

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Forex – Dollar Slides to Day’s Lows Ahead of Fed Meeting
Forex – EUR/USD clings to gains near 1.1770, US data eyed
Forex – GBP/USD now faces some consolidation – UOB


EUR/USD alternates gains with losses during the first half of the week and keeps navigating the 1.1760/70 band ahead of the opening bell in Wall Street. The pair continues to navigate in the upper end of the recent range near 1.1800 the figure, although a sustainable breakout of this key resistance still remains elusive. Spot is attempting a very near term sideline theme as global markets expect the Fed decision on rates tomorrow, while jitters on the US-China trade front look mitigated for the time being. In this regard, it is worth mentioning that China cancelled its talks with the US and they’re likely to resume at some point after the US midterm elections. In the meantime, EUR faded part of the Draghi-led recent gains to 1.1800 and above amidst some pick up in the demand for the greenback and a cautious trade ahead if the FOMC gathering on Wednesday. The pair keeps its gains in the 1.1760/70 band ahead of NA open. The greenback remains sidelined above the 94.00 mark.


“GBP closed higher by +0.59% (NY close of 1.3118) as it recovered some of last Friday’s steep loss. The price action is deemed as part of an on-going consolidation phase. In other words, GBP is expected to trade sideways from here, albeit likely at slightly higher range of 1.3085/1.3180”. Next 1-3 weeks: “In our last update, we expected GBP to extend its gains to the July’s peak of 1.3363. GBP subsequently staged an outsized decline that easily took out the 1.3170 ‘key support’ (low of 1.3041 on Friday). While there is no change to the neutral outlook, the break of the ‘key support’ indicates that GBP has likely made a short-term top at 1.3295 last week. The current movement is viewed as the early stages of a consolidation phase and GBP is expected to trade sideways to slightly lower from here, likely within a broad 1.3020/1.3220 range”.


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  •  Gold prices edged higher on Tuesday, as the dollar dipped ahead of the two-day Federal Reserve meeting beginning later in the day, at which it was widely expected to deliver its third rate hike this year. December gold futures edged up 0.12% to $1,205.70 by 08:05 AM ET (12:05 GMT) on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold pushed higher as the dollar slid, with the U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a basket of six major currencies, down 0.21% to 93.66.
  • Iran’s oil tankers are starting to disappear from global satellite tracking systems with just under six weeks to go until U.S. sanctions are due to hit the country’s exports, making it harder to keep track of the nation’s sales. No signals have been received by shore stations or satellites from 10 of the Persian Gulf nation’s crude oil supertankers for at least a week, according to tanker tracking data compiled by Bloomberg.
  • Oil prices were trading within reach of four year highs on Tuesday amid fears over a looming supply crunch after global producers decided against any increase in production despite calls from U.S. President Donald Trump for action to cool prices. Global benchmark Brent crude futures were up 0.72% at $81.08 a barrel by 08:44 AM ET (12:44 GMT). Prices hit a high of $81.48 on Monday, the most since November 2014.

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  • The United States imposed new sanctions on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s wife and key members of his government, including the vice president and defense minister, accusing them of plundering the country’s wealth and helping Maduro maintain his grip on power. Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez and Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino were among the six people targeted, according to a statement on Tuesday from the U.S. Treasury Department. Three entities and an aircraft were also listed.
  • U.S. sanctions will weigh on Russia’s economic growth but are unlikely to imminently deprive Moscow of its investment -grade rating, the head of Fitch Ratings Sovereigns group said on Tuesday. Concerns about more U.S. sanctions against Russia have intensified in the past few months, even though risks of sanctions that could target new Russian government debt have been in place for around a year. A year ago, Fitch said Russia’s sovereign rating would be one notch higher than its current BBB- level were it not for the latest round of U.S. sanctions. One year on, that is still the case.
  • Talk of a return to $100 oil has the central bank chief of western Europe’s largest petroleum producer worried. A recovery in the oil price to $80 a barrel has been a boon for the Norwegian economy, helping to narrow a widening budget gap and fueling activity. It even this month triggered the first rate increase in seven years. But the nation’s central bank governor is now warning that too high an oil price could again release undue euphoria in the petroleum industry.

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