Sunday, July 2, 2017


Singapore stocks
Dear readers, the following are 13 stocks on the Singapore stocks markets which are billion-cap in market valuation each and which has a debt-to-equity ratio of more than 100% each. The list is ranked from the stock with the highest debt-to-equity ratio to the stock with the lowest ratio.

1) StarHub Ltd.

2) Keppel Infrastructure Trust

3) Oxley Holdings Limited

4) Olam International Limited

5) CWT Limited

6) AusNet Services Ltd 7) GuocoLand Limited

8) Wilmar International Limited

9) Sembcorp Marine Ltd

10) Fragrance Group Limited

11) Sembcorp Industries Ltd

12) Prudential plc

13) Japfa Ltd.

Starhub stock tops the list with a debt-to-equity ratio of 1600%, followed by Keppel Infrastructure Trust with a ratio of 364.4%. Oxley and Olam stock each has debt-to-equity ratio of more than 200%.

While it is natural that stocks of certain industries are inevitably capital-intensive and needs to take a lot of debt for its businesses, a high debt-to-equity ratio is not ideal when interest rates head up, which we know will as Federal Reserves indicates its decision to ramp up interest rates. Join the emailing list to receive regular Financial and Singapore stocks newsletters too! Like" me on Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook page to receive all posts on your Facebook as well as read more articles. Follow me on Twitter too.

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