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Old 19-Jan-2013, 10:34 AM
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The EDGE Weekend Comment Jan 18


US, Chinese economies perk up

By Frankie Ho

Amid worries of a property market correction, a sharp fall in December exports, and lacklustre results from companies that kicked off the current earnings season in Singapore, investors have reason to be less downbeat.

Latest official data from the US and China suggests the world’s two biggest economies are on firmer footing. The US housing market, which pushed the largest economy into recession in 2008, continues to show improvement, with construction of new homes rebounding in December at the fastest pace in more than four years.

Housing starts in the US rose 12.1% last month from November, when activity slowed m-o-m. For 2012, construction work for housing increased 28.1%, the strongest since 2008.

The US employment situation also looks a tad rosier, as the number of new jobless claims last week fell to the lowest level in five years, down almost 10% from the previous week.

As for China, its 4Q2012 GDP rose 7.9% y-o-y, according to data released on Friday. The performance was slightly above market expectations and marked the end of seven straight quarters of slowing growth.

While China’s 7.8% GDP expansion for the whole of 2012 was the slowest since 1999, the pick-up in the December quarter suggests the Chinese economy may have turned the corner. New data also shows better-than-expected increases in industrial production and retail sales for China in December.

Still, the upturn in the various sectors of the US and Chinese economies could well be a blip. To be sure, conditions in both countries, and the rest of the world for that matter, can take a turn for the worse if Europe’s debt crisis escalates or the US fails to resolve its fiscal problems.

Indeed, these ongoing risks prompted the World Bank to downgrade its 2013 GDP forecast for the world economy earlier this week. The recovery from the global financial crisis remains fragile, it says, as developed nations continue to hold back worldwide growth.

Singapore’s latest exports performance is a case in point. The city-state’s non-oil domestic exports slumped 16.3% y-o-y last month, according to data released this week. The outcome, which came on the back of a 2.6% fall in November, was double the pace of decline economists had expected. Shipments to all of Singapore’s top 10 export markets fell in December.

“The most recent Asian export readings have dropped sharply across the board,” says Macquarie. “Asian exports [are] increasingly at the mercy of the global cycle.”

That said, the Australian investment bank still has a positive view on the Chinese economy as it believes domestic demand will remain resilient, supported in part by Beijing’s 12th Five-Year Plan, which promotes domestic consumption over investment and exports.

For investors eyeing exposure to this theme, Macquarie advocates Global Logistic Properties (GLP), which is the biggest provider of logistics space in China and 5.6 times larger than the No. 2 player in the country.

While its peers struggle to reduce debts and restructure, GLP has been able to build “high-quality investment properties and a market leadership position with relationships with tenants and capital partners that can be leveraged in existing and new markets to drive growth,” says Macquarie, which has a price target of $3.05 on the stock.

Macquarie’s other Singapore-listed favourite is China Minzhong Food, which it says is a prime beneficiary of the country’s move to modernise and promote large-scale farming under the Five-Year Plan.

“Its large-scale vegetables origination and processing business in China is well poised to grow given the burgeoning population and increasing urbanisation trend,” says Macquarie, which has a $1.40 price target on the counter.



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US, Chinese economies perk up

By Frankie Ho

Amid worries of a property market correction, a sharp fall in December exports, and lacklustre results from companies that kicked off the current earnings season in Singapore, investors have reason to be less downbeat.

Latest official data from the US and China suggests the world’s two biggest economies are on firmer footing. The US housing market, which pushed the largest economy into recession in 2008, continues to show improvement, with construction of new homes rebounding in December at the fastest pace in more than four years.

Housing starts in the US rose 12.1% last month from November, when activity slowed m-o-m. For 2012, construction work for housing increased 28.1%, the strongest since 2008.

The US employment situation also looks a tad rosier, as the number of new jobless claims last week fell to the lowest level in five years, down almost 10% from the previous week.

As for China, its 4Q2012 GDP rose 7.9% y-o-y, according to data released on Friday. The performance was slightly above market expectations and marked the end of seven straight quarters of slowing growth.

While China’s 7.8% GDP expansion for the whole of 2012 was the slowest since 1999, the pick-up in the December quarter suggests the Chinese economy may have turned the corner. New data also shows better-than-expected increases in industrial production and retail sales for China in December.

Still, the upturn in the various sectors of the US and Chinese economies could well be a blip. To be sure, conditions in both countries, and the rest of the world for that matter, can take a turn for the worse if Europe’s debt crisis escalates or the US fails to resolve its fiscal problems.

Indeed, these ongoing risks prompted the World Bank to downgrade its 2013 GDP forecast for the world economy earlier this week. The recovery from the global financial crisis remains fragile, it says, as developed nations continue to hold back worldwide growth.

Singapore’s latest exports performance is a case in point. The city-state’s non-oil domestic exports slumped 16.3% y-o-y last month, according to data released this week. The outcome, which came on the back of a 2.6% fall in November, was double the pace of decline economists had expected. Shipments to all of Singapore’s top 10 export markets fell in December.

“The most recent Asian export readings have dropped sharply across the board,” says Macquarie. “Asian exports [are] increasingly at the mercy of the global cycle.”

That said, the Australian investment bank still has a positive view on the Chinese economy as it believes domestic demand will remain resilient, supported in part by Beijing’s 12th Five-Year Plan, which promotes domestic consumption over investment and exports.

For investors eyeing exposure to this theme, Macquarie advocates Global Logistic Properties (GLP), which is the biggest provider of logistics space in China and 5.6 times larger than the No. 2 player in the country.

While its peers struggle to reduce debts and restructure, GLP has been able to build “high-quality investment properties and a market leadership position with relationships with tenants and capital partners that can be leveraged in existing and new markets to drive growth,” says Macquarie, which has a price target of $3.05 on the stock.

Macquarie’s other Singapore-listed favourite is China Minzhong Food, which it says is a prime beneficiary of the country’s move to modernise and promote large-scale farming under the Five-Year Plan.

“Its large-scale vegetables origination and processing business in China is well poised to grow given the burgeoning population and increasing urbanisation trend,” says Macquarie, which has a $1.40 price target on the counter.
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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — House Republicans next week will take up a bill to extend the U.S. debt ceiling by three months, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said Friday, a move that would push the deadline for raising the borrowing limit to mid-April.

Reuters Rep. Eric Cantor (R., Va.), the House majority leader.
The U.S. is on track to run out of borrowing ability sometime in mid-February or March, according to the Treasury Department, and a three-month bill if passed in the House and Senate would get the country safely past that time.

While the passage of a short-term bill would take the threat of default off the table temporarily, Republicans also say that a longer-term extension is contingent on Congress passing a budget that makes cuts in federal spending.

“Before there is any long-term debt-limit increase, a budget should be passed that cuts spending,” House Speaker John Boehner said Friday.

Economists have warned that the economy could slip into a recession if the borrowing limit, currently $16.4 trillion, isn’t reached. President Barack Obama has urged Congress to pass a bill to raise the limit without conditions. Republicans, however, have been insistent on spending cuts.

Rep. Eric Cantor, the House majority leader, said Friday that if the Senate or House doesn’t pass a budget by mid-April, members of Congress won’t get paid.

“No budget, no pay,” he said.
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By Roxana Tiron & James Rowley - Jan 19, 2013 6:33 AM GMT+0800

Speaker of the House John Boehner heads into a closed-door strategy session with GOP members at the Capitol.
House Republicans plan to vote Jan. 23 on a three-month extension of U.S. borrowing authority in an effort to force the Democratic-led Senate to adopt a budget plan.
“We are going to pursue strategies that will obligate the Senate to finally join the House in confronting the government’s spending problem,” Speaker John Boehner of Ohio said in a statement today at the end of the party’s private policy retreat at a resort near Williamsburg, Virginia.
Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia said in a statement that their plan is to block pay for members of Congress if the House or Senate doesn’t adopt a budget by the end of the proposed debt-limit increase. A leadership aide said Republicans are dropping their insistence that a short-term extension be accompanied by a dollar-for-dollar spending cut.
The Treasury Department has said the U.S. will exceed its $16.4 trillion borrowing authority sometime from mid-February to early March. Congress faces two other fiscal deadlines in the next 90 days, and House Republicans plan to use those debates -- rather than the one over the debt limit -- to try to force spending cuts.
Financing for government agencies is scheduled to lapse March 27, and lawmakers must pass new spending or face a government shutdown. Also in March, Congress will confront the $110 billion in automatic spending cuts, half from defense, that were postponed in the Jan. 1 tax deal.
Long-Term Increase
Republicans will continue to seek spending reductions as part of a long-term increase in the debt limit, said the Republican leadership aide, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
President Barack Obama’s spokesman, Jay Carney, said today in a statement, “We are encouraged that there are signs that congressional Republicans may back off their insistence on holding our economy hostage to extract drastic cuts” in spending.
“Congress must pay its bills and pass a clean debt limit increase without further delay,” Carney said.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s spokesman, Adam Jentleson, said in a statement that the House must pass a “clean” debt-limit increase. He didn’t address Cantor’s statement about requiring members of Congress to forfeit their pay if the chambers don’t adopt a budget.
Spending ‘Framework’
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said in a statement that the lack of a Senate-passed budget in the last several years was a “shameful record that needs to end this year.”
Both chambers of Congress should lay out a “framework” of future government spending, Representative Kevin McCarthy said today in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s “Capitol Gains” program airing Jan. 20.
“You can’t get out of this without passing a budget,” McCarthy of California said.
Political divisions in Congress pose limits to the ability of Republicans to achieve their long-term goals of deep cuts in spending, Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin told reporters at the retreat yesterday.
Attaching a requirement that the Senate pass a budget to a short-term debt-limit extension would require Senate Democrats to spell out their spending plans.
Ryan said Republicans want “a two-way discussion between Democrats and Republicans and out of that hopefully some progress being made on getting this deficit and debt under control.”
Senate Budget
The last time the Democratic-led Senate adopted a budget was in April 2009. The Senate and House are supposed to pass budget resolutions early each year to set a spending framework, though there is no enforcement mechanism. Without a budget resolution, appropriations bills allocate money for the federal government.
Leaders said the tactic of short-term debt-limit increases was used in the 1980s during the presidencies of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush as a prelude to broader agreements on spending cuts.
“No one is talking about default, no one wants to default,” South Carolina Republican Mick Mulvaney, who voted against the 2011 debt-ceiling deal, said in an interview today with Bloomberg Television. There is a “lot of support growing” among the rank and file for a short-term debt limit, he said.
The comments by Mulvaney and Ryan reflected the new political realities following President Barack Obama’s re- election that are spurring House Republicans to reassess their goals.
‘Good Deal’
“If you get a little bit of reform for a little bit of extension” of borrowing authority, that “sounds like a pretty good deal,” Mulvaney told reporters. “If you can figure out a way to get little types of reform, little fixes for small extensions, I don’t find that objectionable.”
Obama has said he won’t negotiate the terms of a debt-limit legislation the way he did in 2011, and he is demanding more tax revenue to accompany further spending cuts. House Speaker John Boehner, an Ohio Republican, has said that any increase in the debt ceiling would have to be accompanied by commensurate spending cuts.
Louisiana Republican John Fleming said passing one or a series of short-term extensions may be effective in persuading Obama to discuss spending cuts because “he can’t get onto other agendas that he sees as important like immigration and gun violence while we are still wrangling every three months on debt ceilings.”
Periodically Raised
While the debt limit has been raised periodically since its creation in 1917 -- with Congress increasing or revising it 79 times, including 49 times under Republican presidents, since 1960 -- Republicans are girding for a fight with Obama and Senate Democrats over tying an increase to spending reductions.
The Treasury Department has said that it expects to run out of emergency measures to prevent a breach of the current debt limit between mid-February and early March.
Investors in U.S. Treasury bonds, who most directly bear the risk of a government default, haven’t shown alarm.
The last time Congress fought over raising the ceiling, Obama signed an increase on Aug. 2, 2011, the day the Treasury Department warned that U.S. borrowing authority would expire. Standard & Poor’s cut the nation’s credit rating. Still, yields on 10-year U.S. Treasury notes declined to 2.56 percent on Aug. 5 and have continued to drop. The yield fell four basis points, or 0.04 percentage point, to 1.84 percent at 5 p.m. in New York, according to Bloomberg Bond Trader pricing.
“The worst thing for the economy is for this Congress and this administration to do nothing to get our debt and deficits under control,” Ryan said yesterday. “We think the worst thing for the economy is to move past these events that are occurring with no progress made in the debt and deficit.”
To contact the reporters on this story: Roxana Tiron in Williamsburg, Virginia at rtiron@bloomberg.net; James Rowley in Williamsburg, Virginia at jarowley@bloomberg.net
To contact the editor responsible for this story: Jodi Schneider at jschneider50@bloomberg.net
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Thanks Boss! Have 60 lots.

I also pumped 1 full tank of petrol today so increase in oil price is good for me... hahaha..

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Starry are u still vested in Nam Cheong?

Should start moving soon

Looks like the timing is great.......Monday they could starting to push as those who who chiong at hig prices would have compalted the forced selling
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Thanks Boss! Have 60 lots.

I also pumped 1 full tank of petrol today so increase in oil price is good for me... hahaha..
What is yr price level.......
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the cliff.....Richard will be singing in mbs on 25th and 26th Feb.
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MONDAY: MLK Day—All markets closed, Pres. Obama inauguration
TUESDAY: Chicago Fed nat'l activity index, existing home sales, Richmond fed mfg index; Earnings from DuPont, Johnson & Johnson, Travelers, Verizon, Google, IBM, AMD, Texas Instruments
WEDNESDAY: Weekly mortgage applications, FHFA home price index; Earnings from McDonald's, United Tech, Abbott Labs, Coach, WellPoint, Amgen, Apple, F5 Networks, Netflix, Sandisk, Symantec, Western Digital
THURSDAY: Jobless claims, PMI manufacturing index flash, leading indicators, oil inventories, Fed balance sheet/money supply; Earnings from 3M, Bristol-Myers, Nokia, Xerox, AT&T, Microsoft, E-Trade, Juniper Networks, Starbucks
FRIDAY: New home sales, Geithner's last day as Treasury Secretary, House recess until Feb. 4; Earnings from P&G, Halliburton, Honeywell, Kimberly-Clark
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U added at 26.5?
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Chart looks very interesting....

any time can jump up again
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I in-out 2 times already. Both times bought at 26.5.

But have a third time which is in already but not out yet This is the 60 lots

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I in-out 2 times already. Both times bought at 26.5.

But have a third time which is in already but not out yet This is the 60 lots
Nam Cheong...Placed out 190m at 25.5 cents

The Placement Shares will be placed out at a price of S$0.255 per Placement Share (the “Placement Price”). The Placement Price represents a discount of approximately 9.70 % to the weighted average price of S$0.2824 for trades done in respect of the shares in the capital of the Company (the “Shares”) on the SGX-ST for the full market day of 10 January 2013
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Nam Cheong...Placed out 190m at 25.5 cents

The Placement Shares will be placed out at a price of S$0.255 per Placement Share (the “Placement Price”). The Placement Price represents a discount of approximately 9.70 % to the weighted average price of S$0.2824 for trades done in respect of the shares in the capital of the Company (the “Shares”) on the SGX-ST for the full market day of 10 January 2013
after all the rolling, they should be rolling...
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CASH POURING IN, HOUSING DATA COULD HELP

Perhaps the strongest support for equities will come from the flow of cash from fixed income funds to stocks.

The recent piling into stock funds -- $11.3 billion in the past two weeks, the most since 2000 -- indicates a riskier approach to investing from retail investors looking for yield.

"From a yield perspective, a lot of stocks still yield a great deal of money and so it is very easy to see why money is pouring into the stock market," said Stephen Massocca, managing director at Wedbush Morgan in San Francisco.

"You are just not going to see people put a lot of money to work in a 10-year Treasury that yields 1.8 percent."
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sifu, all are true...or some just cartoons?
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sifu, all are true...or some just cartoons?
I always tell lies too esp to my wife......

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Sorry, I missed the attachment ....I refer to the PAP MRT pictures la ...

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oh hor

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confession time!

si keow keow..

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Think not so serious lah,

His lies must be the Under-declared of his trading incomes, so far.

Poh kay siow.
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Think not so serious lah,

His lies must be the Under-declared of his trading incomes, so far.

Poh kay siow.
Alamak....

But my alibi is superb.....

Once I told my wife that I am going dinner w my Uni fren...

He called up looking for me?

My wife said that I thought he is going to play mahjong w u?

My smart fren told her.....I am waiting for me...He must be in a traffic jam...

What are frens for?

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Alamak....

But my alibi is superb.....

Once I told my wife that I am going dinner w my Uni fren...

He called up looking for me?

My wife said that I thought he is going to play mahjong w u?

My smart fren told her.....I am waiting for me...He must be in a traffic jam...

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This one also got placement, not sure is it going to ramp up?
U sold yr Bund Center?
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U sold yr Bund Center?
Sifu, I got no bund centre...
I am old Bejamin, lol
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sifu, i got no bund centre...
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Sifu, I got no bund centre...
I am old Bejamin, lol
U only have buns. Maybe big ones
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