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Monday, 31 August 2015

STI Technical Analysis Review & Market Forecast

  Singapore shares opened 0.5 per cent higher, with the STI up 13.82 points to 2,969.76 following a mixed session for US markets before the weekend. and ended 34.50 points or 1.17% lower to 2921.44. STI came off from its intra-day peak of 2921.44 and low of 2921.44.
Investors look to individual counters after days of mass selling followed by mass buying as volatility hit global markets. The result is a mixed morning trading session in Singapore. STI ended in red.
STI Day Performance
Open: 2987.18
High: 2987.18
Low: 2921.44
Close: 2921.44
Change(Points): -34.50
% Change: -1.17%
Volume: 1268.20 M
Rise: 155
Fall: 244
Unch: 396
Bank lending in July rose from June, but by a smaller extent compared to a month ago, preliminary data from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) showed on Monday. This reflected weaker growth in business lending, given the big boost in construction loans in June.
Market forecast: STI is to take side ways trend. Its suport level is at 2904, if breaks this level it is expected to go up to level of 2800, it has its resistance at 3000. However, market sentiment still remains bearish due to expectation of increase in US interest rate by FED in september.
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  • Raffles Medical Group’s, wholly owned subsidiary, Raffles SurgiCentre, has entered into a share purchase agreement with AEA International Holdings. This is for the acquisition of 375,112 shares, or about a 55% stake in International SOS (MC Holdings) (MCH).
  • Grand Banks Yachts posted a $2.44 million net loss for 4Q ended June 30, compared with $801,000 in earnings a year earlier. Revenue increased 3.5 per cent to $13.68 million.
  • Chasen Holdings, the specialist in relocation solutions, technical and engineering services and third-party logistics, says it recently secured contracts worth $44.5 million for FY15/16.
  • Chinese stocks sank again on Monday amid uncertainty over US interest rates, reviving fears of a broader global economic slowdown that has rocked the world's financial markets.
  • Hong Kong stocks were almost flat on Monday, capping a volatile month in which major indexes registered their worst performance in nearly four years amid global market turmoil triggered by concerns over the Chinese economy. Hang Seng index rose 0.3 per cent, to 21,670.58, while the China Enterprises Index lost 0.1 per cent, to 9,741.41 points.
  • European shares fell on Monday, with Germany's DAX and France's CAC on track for their worst month in four years, plagued by sliding Chinese stocks and the threat of a US rate increase as early as September.
  • Australian shares fell one per cent on Monday, capping its worst monthly performance in seven years, amid confusion over central bank policy direction in the US and China. The index fell 8.6 per cent in August, its biggest monthly decline since late 2008.
  • South Korea will consider increasing its imports of Iranian crude oil and condensate when sanctions on Tehran are lifted, a senior government official said on Monday.
  • Dollar slipped in Asia on Monday on fears that China's economic malaise could drag on global growth, reversing a rally that had been fuelled by hopes for a September Federal Reserve rate hike.
  • Iran expects to finalise the wording for a new model for international oil contracts in the next three weeks, the oil minister said on Monday, as Tehran seeks to boost recovery from its fields with the help of foreign companies.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Singapore Stock Market : STI Technical Analysis & Forecast

Singapore share prices opened lower with the STI down 26.63 points or 0.92 per cent to 2859.66 and ended 13.29 points or 0.46% lower to 2873.00. STI came off from its intra-day peak of 2905.29 and low of 2847.17.
Singapore in early trade rebounded after gap down open moved in positive territory due to declartion of rate cut in China but it came down due to increase of selling pressure latter in the market and closed in red.
 STI Day Performance:
Open: 2859.66
High: 2905.29
Low: 2847.17
Close: 2873.00
Change(Points): -13.29
% Change: -0.46%
Volume: 2306.40 M
Rise: 201
Fall: 240
Unch: 353
Singapore's industrial output marked 6th consecutive contraction by falling more than expected in July. Factory output fell by 6.1% y-on-y last month. Excluding the volatile biomedical sector, it contracted by 13.4%, output would have fallen by a smaller 4.1%.
Singapore dollar extended gains despite of weaker industrail ouput data of July, which came lower than expected,as shares on the Shanghai Composite index rallied 3.7%. It gained to 1.4000 versus the US dollar from around 1.4040, as shares on the Shanghai Composite index rallied 3.7%.
Market forecast:
STI is to takeside ways trend. It has its resistance at 2928, if it breaks this level it is expected to go up to level of 2947 and it has its support at 2800. However, market sentiment still remains bearish as they did not find China’s rate cut sufficient to control the global meltdown due to slowing growth of Chinese economy.
  • Eu Yan Sang, the retailer of Traditional Chinese Medicine, has suffered lossed in the 4th quater dur to challenging macro-economic environment in Hong Kong and Malaysia.
  • Retail Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have reported over the labour cruch and are set to grow again.
  • Croesus Retail Trust (CRT), has announced dividends of 2.02 cents per unit for fourth quater 2015, which make toat of DPU to 8.08 which is 2.8% more from FY2014.
  • Asian stocks fell on Wednesday as investor sentimen remain negative as they find fresh rate cut still not enough to stabalise the slowdown of the Chinese economy or can help to stop the donwwanrd trend of the Chinese market. China's key share indexes saw lot of fluctuation in the market today. Indexes moved higher quite a times in the earlt tarde today but they came down due to the selling pressure in market. Investors are expecting more support from the central bank and the government.
  • European shares fell on Wednesday, in line with decline in global market all over the world. Due to concerns over China’s economy. Also the stock of bank and mining stocks underperforming. Pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index, fell by 2.6% inline with silimar amount of fall in the eurozone's blue-chip Euro STOXX 50 index followed by rise of 4.3 % in previous trading session.
  • Shanghai stocks closed around 1.27% lower, trading was quite volatile on Wednesday, the fall was seen even though central bank interest declared a rate cut with the aim to boost boost the flagging economy and falling shares. China's benchmark Shanghai Composite Index closed after falling 37.68 points to 2,927.29 with turnover of 461.8 billion yuan. It surged up to 4.29 per cent and was down as much as 3.85 per cent during the day.
  • Australian stocks, moved up after the declartion of rate cut by China. However buoyed by China's move to cut interest rates, staged a late rally to finish higher Wednesday after trading in the red for most of the session. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index closed 0.69 per cent higher at 5,172.8 after falling as low as 5,051.40 in early trade.
  • The dollar stood up strong against the yen and euro on Wednesday, as both the Chinese and European stock markets faced a losing ground despite China’s easing measures, where investors are still anxious about the global economic outlook.
  • Crude oil futures traded positive on Wednesday after the sharp fall but still not far off 6-1/2 year low on the back of the negative Chinese market outlook which is the largest energy consumer.
  • Gold slipped on Wednesday as equities bounced back after China eased monetary policy further to support a faltering economy and stock markets that had fuelled this week's global rout.
  • Ringgit dropped to a 17-year low influenced by the degraded Malaysian economic outlook which is facing the dual effect of political scandal, oil price and equity market sell down.

Friday, 21 August 2015

Singapore Stock Market: STI Weekly Technical Analysis

Straits Times Index (STI) opened at 3114.56 and ended -4.40 points or 4.40% lower to 2971.01 this week. STI came off from its weekly peak of 3116.36 and low of 2948.14. 

OPEN 3114.56
HIGH 3116.36
LOW 2948.14
CLOSE 2971.01
CHANGE (In Points) -137.15
% CHANGE -4.40
Banks, properties and oil and gas heavy weights hit at the moment which are dragging the index lower.
This week has’nt been good for the local stock market, with the Straits Times Index (STI) dropping five days. Volume has been thin in the market. For the week, the STI lost about four points.
Singapore Exchange is proposing the introduction of an Affiliate Segregation rule, whereby the collateral of an affiliate of an SGX Derivatives Clearing (SGX-DC) member is protected if the member defaults on its own contracts.
Support 1 Support 2 Support 3 Resistance 1 Resistance 2 Resistance 3
2948 2882 2794 3115 3215 3281
Local banks' loan growth is likely to subdued remain in coming quarters, though the lenders may benefiit from higher net interest margins with the imminent rise of interest rates, Fitch Group's BMI Research says in a report released on Friday.
Singapore is likely to remain stuck in the grip of deflation when the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for July is released next week.
Singapore-based online retailer RedMart has raised US$26.7 million ($37.5 million) in funding from investors, including Garena, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin and SoftBank Ventures Korea.