11 Singapore Blue Chips that have lost 20% since the start of 2020

2020-12-23     drwealth
11 Singapore Blue Chips that have lost 20% since the start of 2020

Market is getting a beating and we know that some of you are looking to pick out some blue chips at good prices. So we tabulated the data for STI component stocks and picked 11 blue chip stocks that have dropped at least 20% since the start of the year.

Let the countdown begin!

#11 – City Development (SGX:C09) -21%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $11.18
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $8.86
  • Change = -21%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 2.3%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 15

City Developments Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the property development and ownership. It operates through the following segments: Property Development, Hotel Operations, Rental Properties, and Others. The Property Development segment develops and purchases properties for sale. The Hotel Operations segment owns and manages hotels. The Rental Properties segment develops and purchases investment properties for sale. The Others segment comprises of club operator and owner, investment in shares, property management, project management and consultancy services; and provides information technology and procurement services.

#10 – SPH (SGX:T39) -21%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $2.20
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $1.74
  • Change = -21%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 6.9%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 14

Read also: Analysis on SPH

Singapore Press Holdings Ltd. engages in the publishing, printing, and distributing of newspapers, magazines, and books. It also provides multimedia content and services, and management services to its subsidiaries. It operates through the following segments: Media, Property, Treasury and Investment, and Others. The Media segment involves the production of content for distribution on print and other media platforms. The Property segment holds, manages, and develops properties of the Group. The Treasury and Investment segment manages the investment activities of the Group. The Other segment includes the group’s businesses and investments in online classifieds, events and exhibitions, and the new media fund.

#9 – Jardine Cycle & Carriage (SGX:C07) -21%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $30.60
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $24.09
  • Change = -21%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 4.9%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 8

Jardine Cycle & Carriage Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the manufacture, assembly, distribution, and retail of motor vehicles and motorcycles. It operates through the following segments: Astra, Direct Motor Interests, and Other Strategic Interests. The Astra segment produces, distributes, and retails motor vehicles and motorcycles. The Direct Motor Interests distributes and retails automobiles through its automotive firms and dealers in Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Indonesia, and Vietnam. The Other Strategic Interests segment comprises of interests in Siam City Cement and Refrigeration Electrical Engineering Corporation.

#8 – Hongkong Land (SGX:H78) -21%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: US$5.78
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: US$4.55
  • Change = -21%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 4.8%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 54

Hongkong Land Holdings Ltd. engages in the management and development of properties. Its portfolio includes offices, retail, residential, and hotels and services apartments. It operates through the following segments: Investment Properties and Development Properties segments. 

#7 – UOL (SGX:U14) -21%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $8.51
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $6.69
  • Change = -21%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 2.6%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 12

UOL Group Ltd. engages in the investments in properties, subsidiaries, associated companies, and listed and unlisted securities. It operates through the following business segments: Property Development, Property Investments, Hotel Operations, Investments, and Management Services and Technologies. The Property Development segment refers to the development of properties for sale. The Property Investment segment includes leasing of commercial properties and serviced suites. The Hotel Operations segment operates owned hotels. The Investments segment invests in quoted and unquoted available-for-sale financial assets. The Management Services and Technologies segment provides hotel management under the Pan Pacific and PARKROYAL brands, project management, and related services. Its portfolio includes residential units, office towers and shopping malls, hotels, and serviced suites. 

#6 – Genting Singapore (SGX:G13) -22%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $0.93
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $0.73
  • Change = -22%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 5.5%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 13

Read also: Analysis of Genting

Genting Singapore Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the development and operation of resorts and casinos. It operates through the Leisure and Hospitality; and Investments segments. 

#5 – ComfortDelGro (SGX:C52) -24%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $2.37
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $1.81
  • Change = -24%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 5.4%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 15

ComfortDelGro Corp. Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the provision of land transportation services. It operates through the following segments: Public Transport Services; Taxi; Automotive Engineering Services; Inspection and Testing Services; Driving Centre; Car Rental and Leasing; and Bus Station. The Public Transport Services segment engages in the provision of bus and rail services to commuters travelling on public transport systems, contracted revenue for operation of scheduled services, provision of coach rental services, and ancillary advertisement. The Taxi segment engages in renting out taxis, operating taxi bureau services and ancillary advertisement. The Automotive Engineering Services segment provides vehicular maintenance and repair services, construction of specialized vehicles, assembly of bus bodies, crash repair services, engineering services, and sale of diesel. The Inspection and Testing Services segment is comprised of motor vehicle inspection services and non-vehicle testing, inspection and consultancy services. The Driving Centre segment operates driving schools. The Car Rental and Leasing segment offers renting and leasing of cars. The Bus Station segment includes commission income from fare collection. 

#4 – Dairy Farm International (SGX:D01) -25%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $5.72
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $4.30
  • Change = -25%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 4.9%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 18

Read also: Analysis of Dairy Farm

Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd. engages in the operation of supermarkets, hypermarkets, convenience stores, health and beauty stores, and home furnishings stores. It operates through the following business segments: Food, Health and Beauty, Home Furnishings, and Restaurants. The Food segment comprises of supermarket, hypermarket, and convenience store businesses. The Health and Beauty segment includes the health and beauty businesses. The Home Furnishings segment represents the group’s IKEA businesses. The Restaurants segment refers to the group’s catering associate, Maxim’s, a Hong Kong restaurant chain.

#3 – SATS (SGX:S58) -26%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $5.11
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $3.78
  • Change = -26%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 5.0%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 19

SATS Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the provision of food solutions and gateway services. It operates through the following segments: Food Solutions, Gateway Services, and Others. The Food Solutions segment provides in-flight and institutional catering, food processing, distribution services, and airline laundry services. The Gateway Services segment offers both airport and cruise terminal services. The Other segment comprises of rental of premises and other services.

#2 – Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (SGX:BS6) -27%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $1.16
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $0.845
  • Change = -27%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 5.3%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 6

Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Ltd. engages in the provision of agency services for shipbuilding and related activities. It operates through the following segments: Shipbuilding, Investments, Trading and Others. The Shipbuilding segment handles offshore marine equipment construction and ship design. The Investment segment consists of micro-financing and investments in financial assets. The Trading segment consists of trading of goods. The Others segment includes ship demolition and vessel owning companies.

#1 – Sembcorp Industries (SGX:U96) -30%

  • 2 Jan 2020 share price: $2.31
  • 9 Mar 2020 share price: $1.61
  • Change = -30%
  • Dividend Yield based on 9 Mar share price = 3.1%
  • P/E Ratio based on 9 Mar share price = 14

Sembcorp Industries Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the production and supply of utilities services, terminalling and storage of petroleum products and chemicals. It operates through the following four segments: Utilities, Marine, Urban Development, and Others/Corporate. The Utilities segment involves in providing energy to industrial and municipal customers. The Marine segment provides integrated solutions for the offshore and marine industry, which include rigs and floaters; repairs and upgrades; offshore platforms; and specialized shipbuilding. The Urban Development segment owns, develops, markets and manages industrial parks as well as business, commercial, and residential space in Asia. The Others/Corporate segment comprises businesses mainly relating to minting, design and construction activities, offshore engineering, and others. 

There you go…

The markets are volatile right now and it does look more like a bear market is here rather than not.

That said, we can’t accurately predict what’s going to happen next but we know some of you want to take the opportunity to buy stocks that are beaten down. Hope this list would give you a start.

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