Daily Morning Note – 29 January 2018
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Y Ventures Group Ltd – Monetizing data analytics through e-commerce
Recommendation: Buy (Initiation), Last Close Price: S$0.44
Target Price: S$0.70, Analyst: Phillip Research Team
– 50% p.a. growth in revenue over the next two years from e-commerce sales.
– Data analytic capabilities creating new revenue streams from own branded
products and distributorships in consumer products.
– Initiate with BUY and target price of S$0.70. This is based on PE of 30x FY18e.
China Sunsine Chemical Holdings Ltd – Catch a right time to expand production
Recommendation: Buy, Last Done Price: S$1.11
Target Price: S$1.60, Analyst: Chen Guangzhi
– Sunsine is the market leader in rubber accelerator industry, commanding 18%
share of global production
– Expecting current product spread to sustain for the next couple of years as
supply continues to consolidate in China
– Stringent environmental policies in China are phasing out smaller producers in
favour of the leading producers such as Sunsine
– Additional growth by capacity ramping by a third to 117k tonnes by 2020
CapitaLand Commercial Trust – A year of portfolio reconstitution and bottoming in
Recommendation: Neutral (Downgraded), Last Close Price: S$1.92
Target Price: S$1.80, Analyst: Tan Dehong
– FY17 NPI and DPU within our estimates.
– Portfolio occupancy stable as tenant retention rate improves.
– Divestment proceeds and tax-exempt income used to top up the rental
shortfall from divestments.
– Momentum in office rent recovery accelerates in 4Q17.
– Downgrade to Neutral with unchanged TP of S$1.80, after 16% run-up in
Moya Asia Ltd – Weekly timeframe – Bullish
– There was another strong bullish close above the 20 week moving average in
the week ended 26/01/18 with surging volume signals rising interest.
– With the current bullish price action, expect the uptrend to regain control for
price to test the 0.108 resistance area followed by 0.124.
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City Developments Ltd.’s (CDL) final cash offer for Millennium and Copthorne Hotels plc has lapsed. As of the closing date of the final offer, CDL received acceptances from 47.1% of shares which it does not already own, falling short of the 50% required for the Final Offer to be valid.
United Overseas Bank Ltd. has acquired a 10.29% interest in Marco Polo Marine Ltd. (MPML), pursuant to a court-approved refinancing and debt restructuring exercise involving MPML and its subsidiaries. The MPML shares were allocated to UOB at S$0.035/share.
Roxy-Pacific Holdings Ltd., together with a private family office of Tong Eng Group MD Teo Hong Lim, has acquired a freehold residential site, The Wilshire in district 10 for S$98.8mn. Roxy-Pacific will hold a 40% interest in the joint venture.
Chew’s Group Ltd. expects Phase 1 of the construction of its New Farm to complete by end 2019, which will increase its daily production capacity to 580k eggs/day. Capex is estimated to be S$40mn, lower than the initial S$77mn estimated.
Mary Chia Holdings Ltd. will resume trading on the SGX from 29 January 9am, following its successful raising of its public float to >10% of total issued shares.
BreadTalk Group Ltd. and Song Fa Holdings have opened their first joint venture Song Fa restaurant in Shanghai Jing An Kerry Centre.
Source: SGX Masnet, PSR
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