For this month, I’ve attended the next AGMs/EGMs/briefings – Yoma, OUE, OUE H Trust, Frasers Commercial Trust, BRC Asia, Pacific Andes, PNE Industries, Casa Holdings, and Frasers Centrepoint Limited. For my top 30 holdings, there have been a number of changes. Popular and Keppel Land appeared on the list after both companies announced takeover offers which triggered their share price upwards.

Keppel T&T returned to the list after it declared a particular dividend when full-year result was announced, because of the proceeds from the listing of Keppel DC REIT. ComfortDelgro was another main mover after LTA announced that it’ll purchase the possessions of public transportation providers when it shifted to the bidding model.

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The Hour Glass also performed well after Swiss franc strengthened, which might increase its inventory value. Both REITs in the list also do well after they announced their results. Some undervalued property counters like Hiap Hoe, Bonvests etc also reacted to Keppel Corp’s takeover offer for Keppel Land as investors speculated on another takeover target.

I have accepted the following voluntary delisting/cash offer this month – networks. I’ve participated in the following rights concern – Swiber also. Next month, most companies with a financial year ending 31 December 2014 will be announcing their full-year results. I am going to allocate some right time to check out those financial announcements.

1.218 TN, or 43%, within the last 321 weeks. 663bn, or 4.8%, over the past year. The U.S. money index slipped 0.2% to 96.179 (unchanged y-t-d). The Goldman Sachs Commodities Index rallied 3.2% (up 3.3% y-t-d). December 31 – Bloomberg (Christopher DeReza): “U.S. 2018 with the most severe returns in ten years. High-grade bonds -2 are coming back.75% this year as of the start of the ultimate trading day of 2018, which is the biggest loss since the asset class lost 4.94% in 2008, based on the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. January 2 – Bloomberg (Natalya Doris): “It may be the finish of an era. If all the items that suppressed U.S.

December 30 – Financial Times (Joe Rennison): “Investors have withdrawn a record sum of money from funds committed to junk-rated debt in 2018 as sentiment within the perspective for the economy has soured and essential oil prices plummeted. 60bn, regarding… EPFR Global, twice the total amount withdrawn last yr… Additionally it is double the total amount withdrawn in 2014, another period when essential oil prices sharply dropped.

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