Genting Singapore See Shares Sag As Q1 Earnings FallGenting Singapore stock saw net S$16.3 million buying by institutions in Dec 2018.
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• Genting Singapore, Developers in top net buy list.

• Maritime & Offshore Services stocks saw net buy, reversing from sells in November.

• Thai Beverage and SPH were the top net sell stocks

Top Institution Net Buy (+) Stocks (S$M)

Top Institution Net Sell (-) Stocks (S$M)


Genting Singapore


Thai Beverage



Jardine Matheson





Best World International


Ascendas REIT



Hongkong Land


Venture Corporation



Keppel Corporation





UOL Group





Keppel REIT


Mapletree Comm. Trust








Sembcorp Marine


Jardine Cycle & Carriage



Suntec REIT


Cromwell European REIT


Source: SGX

Definition: Institutional fund flows is derived by subtracting retail account flow and MMLP (Market Makers & Liquidity Providersflow from TOTAL ST markets flows. Net buy/sell amount is derived by subtracting total sell amount from total buy amount.
Note: Fund flow data for all SGX-listed companies only

• Genting Singapore was top net buy stock (+S$16.3m) in December. For 2018, the stock saw net sell of (-S$134.5m).

• Real Estate Developers Hongkong Land, UOL Group and CapitaLand saw a combined net buy of (+S$23.5m) in the month. S-REITs Keppel REIT and Suntec REIT were also in the top net buy list.

• Maritime & Offshore Services (MOE) related stocks (Keppel Corporation and Sembcorp Marine) saw combined net buy of (+S$15.4m), reversing from the net sell seen in November.

Thai Beverage was top net sell stock (-S$26.0m). For 2018, the stock saw net sell of (-S$211.5m) on the back of a 31.7% decline (total returns) for the year.

SPH net sell at (-S$19.9m). The company recently announced its firm intention to jointly launch (with Keppel Corp) a general offer of S$2.06 per share for the remaining M1 shares that they do not own.

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