STI component stocks pulling STI downwards in 2015

Singapore stock market declined by 14.3% in 2015. 25 STI component stocks went under with only 4 showing positive performance and 1 remained unchanged.

See table below of 30 component stocks of the Straits Times Index (STI).

Stock 31/12/2014 31/12/2015 Change
SATS 3.05 3.84 25.90%
Comfort Delgro 2.60 3.05 17.31%
Hongkong Land (USD) 6.76 7.00 3.55%
CapitaLand 3.31 3.35 1.21%
Thai Bev 0.69 0.69 0.00%
SGX 7.81 7.70 -1.41%
SIA 11.60 11.20 -3.45%
Ascendas Reit 2.38 2.28 -4.20%
CapitaMall Trust 2.04 1.93 -5.39%
Sing Tel 3.90 3.67 -5.90%
SPH 4.21 3.94 -6.41%
YZJ Shipping 1.205 1.10 -8.71%
Wilmar Intl 3.24 2.94 -9.26%
UOL 6.96 6.24 -10.34%
StarHub 4.15 3.70 -10.84%
ST Engr 3.40 3.01 -11.47%
SIA Engr 4.22 3.70 -12.32%
Global Logistics 2.48 2.15 -13.31%
OCBC 10.46 8.80 -15.87%
Jardine C&C 42.60 34.85 -18.19%
DBS 20.60 16.69 -18.98%
UOB 24.53 19.61 -20.06%
HPH Trust (USD) 0.69 0.53 -23.19%
City Dev 10.27 7.65 -25.51%
Golden Agri-Res 0.46 0.34 -26.09%
Keppel Corp 8.85 6.51 -26.44%
Genting Singapore 1.08 0.77 -28.70%
SembCorp Ind 4.45 3.05 -31.46%
SembCorp Marine 3.26 1.75 -46.32%
Noble 1.14 0.40 -64.91%
STI 3365.15 2882.73 -14.34%
STI ETF 3.40 2.95 -13.24%

Analysis

SATS and Comfort Delgro did exceptionally well. SATS was only added as STI component stock in 2015.

The bad performance came from Noble, SembCorp Marine, SembCorp Industries, Genting Singapore, Keppel Corp, Golden Agri-Res, City Developments. The three local banks followed them in performing poorly.

SPDR STI ETF was down 13.24% tracking the STI (down 14.34%).

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The material presented is intended to be general and written in layman’s language as much as it is possible. The author shall not be liable for any direct or consequential loss arising from any use of material written. Please seek professional advice from your financial advisor or financial institutions on material written covering financial matters.

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