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|CHINA AVIATION OIL (SINGAPORE) CORP LTD||104%|
|TENCENT HOLDING LTD (0700.HK)||92%|
|COUNTRY GARDEN HOLDINGS CO. LTD (2007.HK)||91%|
|ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LTD (BABA)||84%|
|TIMES CHINA HOLDINGS LTD (1233.HK)||83%|
PCI Limited (P19.SI) is a leading provider of electronics manufacturing services (EMS) to the high tech industry. The company started over 40 years ago as a printed circuit board manufacturer in Silicon Valley. Today, PCI serves blue-chip customers such as Motorola, Xerox, Tecom, Roche, Qualcomm, Lucent Technologies, Philips, and Bosch.
Continue reading “PCI – Against The Downtrend”
Time flies. Only three months left until year end. Time again for our quarterly resume and outlook for the Asia-Pacific stock markets for the remaining period. October is known as the month with the highest volatility in the year. November and December, on the other hand, are often well performing months due to the tendency of a year-end rally. Continue reading “APAC Market Performance – Time To Invest In Fallen Angels?”
Samsung SDI Co. Ltd (006400.KS) is a leading manufacturer of rechargeable batteries for the IT industry, electric cars, and energy storage systems. The company furthermore produces cutting-edge materials used to manufacture semiconductors, displays, and solar panels. Continue reading “Samsung SDI – Investing in Key Technologies”
Since their highs in January, most Asia-Pacific stock markets are tumbling. The MSCI Asia-Pacific Index is down by 7 percent this year. China’s stock market is the worst performing in Asia-Pacific with a decline of almost 19 percent so far. Continue reading “APAC’s Stock Market Valuation – Singapore Remains Cheap”