Singapore, Covid-19

Singapore, Covid-19

Singapore stocks with China exposure ride country's fast-track recovery

#Singapore stocks with #China exposure ride country's fast-track recovery

25/9/2020 2:31:00 AM

Singapore stocks with China exposure ride country's fast-track recovery

AN economic recovery in China is driving H-shares and A-shares higher, but a large number of Singapore Exchange (SGX)-listed companies do business in China too. As consumption activity, trade and government spending rise, analysts said some of these Singapore stocks should start to benefit. But investors should also be aware of the supply chain risks that China companies face. Read more at The Business Times.

An economic recovery in China is driving H-shares and A-shares higher, but a large number of Singapore Exchange (SGX)-listed companies do business in China too. As consumption activity, trade and government spending rise, analysts said some of these Singapore stocks should start to benefit. But investors should also be aware of the supply chain risks that China companies face.

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ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIMSingaporeAN economic recovery in China is driving H-shares and A-shares higher, but a large number of Singapore Exchange (SGX)-listed companies do business in China too. As consumption activity, trade and government spending rise, analysts said some of these Singapore stocks should start...

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