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.
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.
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.