Results of Companies with 31 March 2016 and 31 December 2015 Year Ends

Companies were reporting their financial results for the financial year ended 31 March 2016.

The following table provides information on net profit attributable to shareholders for the year and year-on-year change between 2016 against 2015. Dividend column shows dividend declared for the fourth quarter.

Counter Net Profit ($m) YoY Change (%) NAV ($) Div ($)
Singtel 3,870.8 2.4 1.57 0.107
SIA 804.4 118.5 10.96 0.35
SIA Engineering 176.6 -5.6 1.324 0.08
Singapore Post 248.9 57.9 0.723 0.025
SMRT 109.2 20.1 0.601 0.025

NAV = Net Asset Value as at year-end
Div = Dividend

Let’s compare the above companies with companies with 31 December 2015 year-end.

Counter Net Profit ($m) YoY Change (%) NAV ($) Div ($)
DBS 4,454.0 10.0 15.82 0.60
OCBC 3,903.0 2.0 8.03 0.36
Singtel 3,870.8 2.4 1.57 0.107
UOB 3,209.0 -1.2 17.84 0.90
Keppel Corp 1,525.0 -19.0 6.13 0.34
CapitaLand 1,065.0 -8.2 4.21 0.09
SIA 804.4 118.5 10.96 0.35
City Developments 773.4 0.5 9.89 0.16
SembCorp Ind 548.8 -31.5 3.60 0.11
ST Engr 529.0 -1.0 0.6874 0.15
UOL 391.3 -43.0 9.91 0.15
StarHub 372.3 0.5 0.108 0.20
Comfort Delgro 301.9 6.5 1.086 0.05
Singapore Post 248.9 57.9 0.723 0.025
M1 178.5 1.5 0.441 0.153
SIA Engineering 176.6 -5.6 1.324 0.08
SMRT 109.2 20.1 0.601 0.025
SBS Transit 16.7 17.0 1.00 0.0105
SembCorp Marine -289.6 nm 1.57 0.06

The following table shows Net Asset Value as at financial year end respectively against Share Price at 12 May 2016.

Counter NAV ($) S/H Price P/B
UOL 9.91 5.67 0.57
CapitaLand 4.21 3.01 0.71
SembCorp Ind 3.60 2.67 0.74
City Developments 9.89 7.97 0.81
Keppel Corp 6.13 5.15 0.84
DBS 15.82 14.87 0.94
SembCorp Marine 1.57 1.54 0.98
UOB 17.84 17.64 0.99
OCBC 8.03 8.33 1.04
SIA 10.96 11.63 1.06
Singapore Post 0.723 1.60 2.21
SBS Transit 1.00 2.37 2.37
Singtel 1.57 3.89 2.48
SMRT 0.601 1.53 2.55
Comfort Delgro 1.086 2.77 2.55
SIA Engineering 1.324 3.80 2.87
ST Engineering 0.6874 3.13 4.55
M1 0.441 2.36 5.35
StarHub 0.108 3.35 31.02

Price to Book ratio (P/B) is computed for each counter. Now you can see which counter was trading below book value of the company (<1.00).

Disclaimer: The author disclaimed liabilities on use of this post by readers for investment decisions. Use them with caution.

Copyright © 2016, limkimtong for Living Investment

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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