April 2017

With effect from 09 Jan 2017, YieldStocks will incorporate a Sort feature on the tables for Daily Yield Reporting. This allows reader to sort the table (Yield / PE sort may be useful).

NOTE : The Tables will be Automatically Updated Everyday at 20:00 hrs based on the Closing Share Price and Latest Exchange Rate from XE for Yield Computation. Note that the Date of this Post does not get updated automatically and may be showing an earlier date.

Results Announcement

  • 12 Apr 17 : SPH
  • 17 Apr 17 : M1
  • 3 May 17 : Starhub
  • 9 May 17 (AM) : OCBC

 

 

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Aviation Services

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TELCO

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Banking & Finance

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Note : Banks Added from May-16 ; EPS are Annualised Figures ; DPS + Breakdown are FY15 Figures

Infrastructure

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* SPAus DPU in A$. Yield is Calculated Using Latest Exchange Rate fm XE

NOTES :

  • HLFin : 2H16 (Dec) – 6ct ; 1H16 (Jun) – 3ct
  • ST Engg : 2H16 (Dec) – 10ct ; 1H16 (Jun) – 5ct
  • ComfortDelgro 2H16 (Dec) – 6.05ct ; 1H16 (Jun) – 4.25ct
  • SingPost : Q317 (Dec16) – 0.5ct ; Q217 (Sep16) – 1ct ; Q117 (Jun16) – 1.5ct
  • SBSTransit : 2H16 (Dec) – 2.7ct ; 1H16 (Jun) – 2.35ct
  • StarHub : FY17 Div Guidance – 4ct/Q ; Above Table Uses this for Yield Computation
  • StarHub : Q416 (Dec) – 5ct ; Q316 (Sep) – 5ct ; Q216 (Jun) – 5ct ; Q116 (Mar) – 5ct
  • M1 : 2H16 (Dec) – Final 5.9ct ; 1H16 (Jun) – Interim 7ct
  • SGX : Q217 (Dec16) – 5ct ; Q117 (Sep16) – 5ct ; Dividend Policy No Less than 5ct/Q or 80% of Annual NPAT, whichever is Higher
  • SATSvcs 1H17 (Sep16) – Interim 6ct
  • SingTel : 1H17 (Sep16) – Interim 6.8ct
  • SingPost : Dividend Guidance for FY17 (Mar) = 60% to 80% of Underlying Net Profit
  • SIAEC : 1H17 (Sep16) – Interim 4ct
  • SPH : 2H16 (Aug) – Final 8ct + Special 3ct ; 1H16 (Feb) – Interim 7ct
  • AusNet : 1H16 (Sep15) – A4.265ct (Franked) ; 2H16 (Mar16) – A4.265ct (Franked)
  • SPAus : FY16 Guidance = A8.53ct Gross
  • ST Engg : Dividend Payout Reduced from 90% to 80% for FY13 & Will Be Further Reduced to 75% from FY14
  • SingTel : Div Policy – 60% to 75% of Underlying Net Profit

Starhub – BT

Singapore telecommunications company StarHub Limited announced on Thursday the official launch of TV Anywhere, an internet TV platform giving viewers access to cable TV channels across Internet-enabled PC, Mac, iPad or tablet, with their current subscription plan.

Currently in its beta phase, starhubtv.com will allow cable TV customers to access up to 12 channels, depending on their subscription plan. In addition, starhubtv.com will offer more than 600 hours of content on its on-demand video store and a full TV guide. Selected local content such as LionsXII and S.League matches will also be available free of charge.

“The increase in ownership of multiple personal devices among Singaporeans and the demand for entertainment content on the go gives us the opportunity to extend our TV offering for an anytime, anywhere experience," said Iris Wee, vice-president of Home Solutions & Content, StarHub.

"As the platform is still in its beta phase, we would like to assure customers that we are working with our content partners to have more rights cleared for delivery over the Internet as soon as possible. We hope to triple the number of channels available by the end of this year,” she added.

 

Telecom – BT

Buffet-style 3G pricing may go off the table

StarHub, SingTel may revise charges to deter hefty usage

(SINGAPORE) The telcos' crusade against virtually unlimited mobile data usage might soon be upon 3G shores. StarHub and SingTel are taking a good look at revising their 3G price plans, the two telcos told BT yesterday.

StarHub said that it may 'review current (3G) pricing plans and consider introducing usage-based data pricing', in response to BT's queries.

This, it said, was 'to ensure optimal network quality for our customers'. Currently, StarHub has three mobile broadband modem plans that offer unlimited data allowances. It also caps the local data usage bill at $30 a month for its mobile phone subscribers.

When it launches its own Long Term Evolution (LTE) – or 4G – network next year, it will not offer an unlimited data option, it said.

SingTel will be reviewing its 3G price plans, which include its mobile broadband plans that carry a data usage allowance of 50 gigabytes (GB).

This comes two days after it moved to start weaning high data-usage consumers off generous 3G data caps with a new 4G pricing structure.

By 2013, when 95 per cent of its users have access to the 4G network, new 4G data subscribers will have to make do with a 10GB cap on data, paying for the additional data that they use.

SingTel also revealed that 11 per cent of its 3G subscribers on dongles and tablets account for a staggering 60 per cent of data traffic.

'It's unsustainable and when you grow it, it becomes a challenge,' said Yuen Kuan Moon, SingTel executive vice-president, digital consumer group.

StarHub and M1 did not reveal their own data figures, but industry observers believe the usage patterns are similar to SingTel's.

M1 is staying tight- lipped on both its existing 3G price plans and approach to pricing LTE usage next year.

'We regularly review all our service offerings to ensure they are compelling and competitive,' its spokesman told BT.

It has the same narrow view of unlimited data usage, however. 'Mobile network resources are limited, and the experience of the majority of customers should not be adversely affected by a minority of customers who regularly consume large amounts of data.'

While SingTel's new 4G service currently applies only to dongle modems, StarHub's review of its 3G price plan could apply across several devices – dongles, smartphones and tablets.

Analysts have pointed out for a while that the real battle for average revenue per user will be fought not over the dongle platform, but on smartphones and tablets, where increasing data usage is cannibalising lucrative voice calls and SMSes.