4 May 2009
Name Volume
Chartered 431,679,000
GoldenAgr 418,297,000
China Hongx 255,169,000
AusGroup 223,585,000
Gen Int 172,244,000
Name Value
Capitaland 439,535,072
DBS 354,641,214
SingTel 314,817,218
UOB 257,387,835
OCBC Bk 225,982,700
Name Price Chg
JMH 400US$ 22.700 +1.800
Jardine C&C 14.280 +1.220
JSH 500US$ 11.800 +0.800
CITYDEV 6.480 +0.650
APB 10.200 +0.600
Note: Weekly movement as at 30 April 2009
Singapore : Analysts expect pullback in May but see bright side
Singapore : S'pore market one of the cheapest in region: Nomura
Singapore : Gloomy Q1 saw 12,600 job losses
Singapore : SGX is developing fuel oil futures contract
Singapore : S'pore banks will emerge stronger from crisis: BCG
Malaysia : Kuala Lumpur - KL draws flak over move to allow seven new banks
Japan : Tokyo - Japan GDP set to shrink over 3% even with stimulus
China : Beijing - China firms can buy stakes, invest in Taiwan from May
United Kingdom : London - UK home prices fall 10.1% in April
United States : Washington - 6.1% GDP plunge dashes economy hopes

Delivery Of The First New Build Ship By COSCO Guangdong

The Board of Directors of COSCO Corporation (Singapore) Limited (the “Company”) announced that its subsidiary, COSCO (Guangdong) Shipyard Co., Ltd. (“COSCO Guangdong”) (being a subsidiary of the Company’s 51 per cent-owned subsidiary, COSCO Shipyard Group Co., Ltd) has delivered its first new build ship, a 57,000 dwt bulk carrier, the M.V. APJ KAIS, the completion and christening of which was announced on April 17, 2009. The delivery documents were signed by and between COSCO Guangdong and the buyer at COSCO Guangdong on April 28, 2009.


Raffles Education
Raffles Education Corp Confirms Intention To Establish Raffles University College In Western Australia

Raffles Education Corporation Limited (“RafflesEducationCorp” or “the Group”) would like to confirm its intention to establish a Raffles University College in Perth, Western Australia. The proposed University College will most likely be developed within the Midland Redevelopment Authority site. The proposal will be submitted to the State Government of Western Australia and is subject to the relevant regulatory approvals.

The Group is making this announcement and has included articles from the Western Australian press to inform its shareholders of the proposal. Further information will be provided at the appropriate time.


Global Voice
Change Of Name Of The Company

The Directors of Global Voice Group Limited (the “Company”) announced that, further to the passing of the special resolution in relation to the proposed change of name of the Company at the extraordinary general meeting of the Company on April 29, 2009, the Company shall now be known as “euNetworks Group Limited” with effect from April 29, 2009, pursuant to a notification received by the Company from the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority on April 30, 2009.


Mercator Lines
Long Term Consecutive Voyage Contract With Vale

The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Mercator Lines (Singapore) Limited (the “Company”) announced that the Company has entered into a Consecutive Voyage contract (“CV”) with Vale International SA, the world`s largest iron ore producer. Under the contract, the Company will transport Iron ore from Brazil to China for a period of 14 years, starting from May 2009 to March 2023. The total value of this 14 years contract is estimated to be approximately US$175 million.


COSCO Corporation (Singapore) Limited ("COSCO" or the Company) has the largest Ship Repair, Ship Building & Marine Engineering operation in China. A diversified group with activities also in the Dry Bulk Shipping, Shipping Agency and other sectors, it is the SGX Mainboard-listed subsidiary of China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company ("COSCO Group"), China’s largest shipping group and one of the top shipping conglomerates in the world.

COSCO has achieved significant progress in growing its Ship Repair, Ship Building & Marine Engineering capacities and capabilities. The completion of its acquisition of a 51 per cent stake in the largest shipyard in China, COSCO Shipyard Group ("COSCO Shipyard"), on January 1, 2005 had propelled COSCO into the premier league in the ship repair industry. COSCO is poised to continue in its dynamic growth momentum for further breakthrough in its core businesses and global coverage. The Company is a component stock of the Straits Times Index (since March 1, 2004), constituent of the London benchmark FTSE All-World Asia Pacific (Ex-Japan) Index (since March 19, 2004) and MSCI Singapore (since June 1, 2005). In October 2006, the Company has been included as a component stock of Prime Partners China Index - the first index that tracks the performance of China enterprises listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.


 Date Open High Low Close Volume  
30 Apr 2009 0.990 1.030 0.975 1.020 44,635,000
29 Apr 2009 0.920 0.975 0.920 0.965 19,739,000
28 Apr 2009 0.970 0.990 0.915 0.920 28,592,000
27 Apr 2009 1.080 1.080 1.010 1.030 36,965,000

Historial EPS ($) a
Rolling EPS ($) e
NAV ($) b
Historical PE
Rolling PE f
Price / NAV b
Dividend ($) d
52 Weeks High
Cash Value ($)g
Dividend Yield (%) d
52 Weeks Low
Price / Cash Valueg
Issued & Paid-up Shares c
52 Weeks Low
Market Cap (M)
Stock Categories
Marine / China
Index Components
FTSE ST All-Share / FTSE ST Industrials / FTSE ST China / FTSE ST China Top Index / Straits Times Index (STI)
a Based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for the current number of shares..
b Based on latest results announcement (Full Year, Half Year or Interim), adjusted for the current number of shares.
c Rounded to the nearest thousand. Updated on 21/02/2009
d Dividend is based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for current number of shares and excludes special dividend.
e Summation of the earnings from the latest 4 Quarter (or 2 Half Year) results announcement, adjusted for the current number of shares.
f Based on rolling EPS
g Based on latest results announcement (Full Year, Half Year or Interim), adjusted for the current number of shares. Cash value does not include bank loans or other borrowings.

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