Singapore Blue Chips, The: The Rewards & Risks Of Investing In Singapore's Largest Corporates

Singapore Blue Chips, The: The Rewards & Risks Of Investing In Singapore's Largest Corporates

The Rewards & Risks of Investing in Singapore's Largest Corporates

Nandini Vijayaraghavan, Umesh Desai;;;


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A pioneering and comprehensive work, The Singapore Blue Chips puts the spotlight on 22 of Singapore's largest corporates. This is the first book that provides a quick snapshot of Singapore's large cap (large market capitalisation) corporates as investment propositions, and is a timely tribute to the nation's 50 years of independence and development.

Written for finance professionals and students as well as readers with a general interest in business, investing and finance, each chapter of this book is dedicated to one company and delves into its attractiveness as an investment proposition, the associated investments risk and the company's prospects as of end-2016.

  • Curtain Raiser
  • Temasek Holdings
  • Agri-Business Companies: An Overview
  • Golden Agri Resources
  • Wilmar International
  • Olam International
  • Investing in Agri-Business Companies: Takeaways
  • The Banking Troika
  • The Singapore Exchange
  • Keppel Corporation
  • Fraser & Neave
  • Sembcorp Industries
  • Singapore Technologies Engineering Limited
  • SIA Engineering Company
  • The Gaming Duopoly
  • The Singapore Property Sector: An Overview
  • CapitaLand
  • The Tale of Two REITs
  • Global Logistic Properties
  • Singapore Telecoms: An Overview
  • StarHub
  • Singapore Telecommunications
  • Investing in Singapore Telecoms: Takeaways
  • ComfortDelgro
  • Singapore Airlines
  • And the Curtains Fall ... for Now

Readership: First time and professional investors, students of business studies, general public.
Singapore;Blue Chips;Large Caps;Straits Times Index;STI;Temasek;Stock Performance;Stock Investment;Stock Return;Singapore Banks;DBS;UOB;OCBC;Singapore Real Estate;CapitaLand;SingTelKey Features:
  • Wide coverage of 22 of Singapore's largest corporates, including several constituents of the Straits Times Index (STI)
  • Attractiveness of each of these companies as investment propositions is discussed
  • Authors are seasoned finance professionals who have covered Singapore for over a decade and have deep knowledge of the country's companies and financial markets. The language is simple and graphics have been used extensively to appeal to a wide cross section of readers