TRADE TENSIONS

BEGUN, the trade war has. And the wall of tariffs dividing the US and China could stretch well beyond 2019, pundits say, making bargain hunting in affected Singapore stocks a difficult proposition.

THE following companies saw new developments which may affect trading of their shares on Tuesday:

VALUETRONICS, the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) firm, has posted a net profit of HK$49.7 million (S$8.7 million) for the first quarter, up 1.9 per cent from the same period a year earlier...

AFTER a stunning showing in 2017 with nearly two-fold median gains in total returns, Singapore-listed tech stocks are getting hammered by the US-China trade feud with more pain on Friday as the back-...

VALUETRONICS saw its full year net profit rise by about a third to HK$204.73 million (S$35.05 million) for the year ended March 31, 2018.

BT EXCLUSIVE

NOBODY said it was going to be easy. After the go-go growth of last year, punters rode into the first-quarter earnings season bracing for the tech rally to lose some sizzle.

SHARES in electronics manufacturing services provider Valuetronics rose 9.6 per cent, or S$0.065, to S$0.745 apiece as at 9.45am on Monday. 

HOT STOCK

AFTER a general uptrend for years, Valuetronics drew a query from the Singapore Exchange when it plunged 25 per cent over the last two days.

SHARES in Valuetronics fell 11.5 per cent to S$0.655 as at 1.47pm on Friday with 16.4 million shares traded, making it one of the most actively traded stocks on the Singapore bourse for the day.