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How Do You Check Company Actions?

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Went to look at the prices of the stocks in our portfolio and discovered that the stock for Hyflux has went southwards by a drastic margin.

Feeling puzzled and remembered that I did not read about any bad news about the company. So it is likely that there were some company announcements or action that made it so.

How do you check what actions or news have affected the company?

One way is to go to the SGX website to check on the news there about corporate actions.

In my previous company, I would use a useful site, www.screenr.com to do screen captures and post it online for readers to follow the steps.

So I have posted a short clip on how you can check the SGX website for company actions which affect the prices of the stocks.

You can click the play button in the embedded player or go to this site to see it: http://screenr.com/rMu 

 

 

And by the way, the result of the drop in share prices for Hyflux? A 1 bonus share for 2 shares you hold so the prices went south.

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Anonymous said...
December 22, 2010 at 6:59 PM  

ex-bonus correction.

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