Be Careful , STI Retesting STI-3100 Soon, Remember This Is The 3RD Time ...
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Now u agree with us , Ho Ching should step down right ???




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Our teacher says this :

" Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. "

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We also mentioned Courts could be the next victim , right ???
Plunged from $1.00 to 15 cents …

Btw , our friends say Sakae Sushi will be delisted …


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Our teacher says this :

" Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. "

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On Thursday the STI may drop below 3100 & moves to test 3000 next week if Dow closed more than 300 points down.
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We already warned those bloody pigs liao …
Long Zhong UP Lorry …

Actually we know why we bought …
It is a really stupid strategy …


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Singapore GLC Companies Are on a Global Acquisition Spree


Singapore GLC Companies Are on a Global Acquisition Spree while the global stock market is on record high... Say good bye to your CPF..
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/singa...210000678.html

(Bloomberg) -- Singapore Inc. is stirring, with companies from real estate to engineering becoming bolder in their hunt for acquisitions abroad.

Companies in the city-state announced around $91 billion of overseas deals this year through September, more than double the $41.9 billion of transactions for the same period of 2017, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Temasek Holdings Pte and GIC Pte still loom large, but increasingly others are inking their biggest-ever transactions to put Singapore on the world stage.

CapitaLand, Singapore Press

Citigroup is advising Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd. on a $630 million deal -- the company’s biggest -- to buy an aircraft engine components group from General Electric Co. CapitaLand Ltd. is in the process of acquiring a portfolio of multifamily properties in the U.S. for $835 million in what is its largest overseas transaction since 2010.

Singapore Press Holdings Ltd., owner of the Straits Times newspaper, last month purchased some student accommodation in the U.K. for S$321 million ($234 million), its biggest foray abroad. Keppel Infrastructure Trust is among bidders for Ixom, an Australian chemical firm owned by Blackstone Group LP that could fetch more than $1 billion, Bloomberg News reported in August.

It’s not only the total value of deals that’s increasing. Singapore firms were involved in 468 transactions as buyer of foreign companies this year through September, an increase of 7.8 percent from the same period of 2017. Globally, M&A activity rose 2 percent.

By far the biggest investment in a Chinese company that involved a Singapore one was the $14 billion capital injection in Jack Ma’s Ant Financial. The financing, announced in June, included a U.S. dollar tranche part-backed by Temasek and GIC.

Temasek’s other major transaction was its 3 billion-euro ($3.5 billion) injection to help Bayer AG finance its planned takeover of U.S. competitor Monsanto Co. GIC was also involved in Blackstone’s acquisition of a majority stake in Thomson Reuters Corp.’s financial and risk unit.

“The Singapore government has been encouraging companies for years to expand abroad to develop the country’s profile,” said CMC’s Lizza. “GIC and Temasek have been at the forefront of it.”

Temasek spokesman Stephen Forshaw said the group’s portfolio companies were independently managed and “Temasek doesn’t direct their business decisions.”
Our teacher says this :

" Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. "

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When Temasek, GIC & GLCs started to buy you better sell & get out of the mkt.
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At least minus hundred points for today...... Surprised
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11-10-2018 12:28 AM
jahtl said:
On Thursday the STI may drop below 3100 & moves to test 3000 next week if Dow closed more than 300 points down.


swee!!! crash it....china property, stock & currency, collapse them.....debt burst & explode..... Laughing Bye
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11-10-2018 6:08 AM
century said:
swee!!! crash it....china property, stock & currency, collapse them.....debt burst & explode..... Laughing Bye


more rate hike, stronger USD, more investment & hot money pull out of spore....total lost in china market stock, property & RMB....still use taxpayers' money to bail out?....70% dumbfark & dafts..... Laughing Bye
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Just 2 days ago , many already reported Hong Kong's property crashed ...
Then followed by US IMF warned of US stock markets at perilous levels ...

In fact , before they all announced it ...
Many already knew it and saw many dumping already ...

Chip Eng Seng was one of the lucky dude ...
Bro QE3 also warned of double top ...
Bro SgBuffet warned of another leg down ...
Bro Sunearth warned of something extremely massive coming ...
Bro Century warned all massive crash ...
Bro Rainforest warned of they spending tax payers like they own ...

Of course , we everyday issued stocks call to DUMP ...

So many companies already closing down resulting in massive retrenchment ...
Instead of fixing the problems they created locally , they went on a buying spree ...

Yet still dont want to cut their salaries ...




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Our teacher says this :

" Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. "

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Laughing
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