Musings On Markets 2

Musings On Markets

Last week designed up as a large one for Facebook. On Wednesday (November 14), the ongoing company confronted the steepest of its lockup expiration cliffs so far, with 777 million shares released for sale by insiders. Its two previous lockup expirations, of 271 million stocks on August 16 and 234 million shares on October 29, do cause stock price pullbacks of about 5% and 3% respectively.

Consequently, there was concern that Facebook’s stock price would take a conquering on November 14, however the stock price climbed 12.6% on that day. There are always a host on interesting questions that derive from lockups, their expiration and the market as a reaction to them, which is thought by me will probably be worth taking a look at them.

The signing of the Memoranda of Understanding, which we will see later can be an example of meaningful partnerships that may bring critical infrastructure investments, careers creation, and knowledge transfer to Myanmar. In return, we also encourage Myanmar companies to leverage the knowledge and experience of our Singapore companies for connecting to the global economy. We have a comprehensive network of 18 Free Trade Agreements and a recognized business infrastructure which provide gain access to and connection to international companions.

Tap into this network and infrastructure, you will find that it’ll speed up your growth and success story substantially. At this inaugural Singapore-Myanmar Business Forum, we all have the privilege to witness the opening of IE Singapore’s Yangon Overseas Center. This Center signifies the Singapore Government’s intent to deepen our financial and trade relationships with Myanmar.

Through the IE Singapore Yangon Overseas Center, we desire to promote Singapore investments into Myanmar. It will serve as a conduit for Myanmar companies looking to broaden beyond Singapore, and in Asia. With this auspicious occasion, I want to congratulate IE Singapore and to also thank the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar for your strong support. I would like to wish all the business enterprise market leaders present here also, very fruitful connections and significant opportunities.

Agreement between Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Al Noor International to send out Singtel’s satellite cell phones (Inmarsat), SingTel Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) and satellite broadcasting bandwidth services in Myanmar. Al Noor International is one of the biggest importer of cell phones in Myanmar. Agreement between Krislite Pte Ltd and Lighting Specialist Co. Ltd.

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ASEAN Summit 2014 in Myanmar. Kyaw Moe Naing, Lighting Specialist Co. Ltd. Agreement between Ya Kun International Pte Ltd and Myanma Food for Thought Pte Ltd to set up 10-Ya Kun outlets in Yangon within two years. MOU between Amara Hospitality Capital Pte Ltd, Youth Drive Youth, and Hotel Power Building Ltd to develop a hotel in Yangon, Myanmar.

No stock is showing as cheap by historically high dividend yield. Month There is no differ from last. Two stocks (or 20%) are showing cheap by historical median dividend yield. These are Granite PROPERTY (TSX-GRT.UN, NYSE-GRP.Melcor and U) Developments Inc. (TSX-MRD, OTC-MODVF). There is no differ from last month. I follow 4 of the Telecom Service shares. No shares are displaying as cheap by historically high dividend produce.

This has not transformed from last month. Four stocks (or 100%) are showing cheap by historical median dividend yield. These stocks are BCE (TSX-BCE, NYSE-BCE), Quarterhaill Inc (TSX-QTRH, NASDAQ-QTRH), Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX-SJR.B, NYSE-SJR), and Telus Corp. (TSX-T, NYSE-TU). This has not transformed from last month. I follow 8-Info Tech stocks. None are showing as cheap by historical high dividend produce.