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Global mutual funds picking up S'pore stocks

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 - 05:50
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The top five stocks saw net buys of S$1.9 billion in aggregate, compared to net sells of S$769.4 million.

GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore stocks in the three months to Nov 14. The top five stocks saw net buys of S$1.9 billion in aggregate, compared to net sells of S$769.4 million.

However, stocks with market capitalisation of between S$1 billion and S$2 billion saw more sells than buys. Aggregate net sells of the top five stocks in the category came to S$77.6 million, compared to net buys of S$56.5million. Super Group Ltd topped the net sells based on its volume of S$36.2 million. Among net buys, the highest traded was The Straits Trading Company with S$22.5 million.

For more data, go to: http://www.shareinvestor.com/mutualfundspicks.html

The data is provided by ShareInvestor and Ipreo, a leading provider of market intelligence, investor data and workflow solutions. The information is not necessarily the total picture of trading as many alternative investors, institutional money managers and sovereign wealth funds may be trading as well in the period but not disclosing their trades. Mutual fund transactions allow for analysis and clarity on a timely basis that can identify where fund managers are focusing their attention.