Stock and Net Institutional flow (S$ million)
- UOB= 124.56.3
- OCBC =62.3
- Wilmar International= 61.7
- AEM Holdings=49.0
- Jardine Cycle & Carriage=44.3
- SGX= 39.0
- UMS Holdings= 36.6
- SembCorp Marine= 32.5
- DBS Group= 29.3
- Yangzijiang Shipbuilding= 26.5
- Keppel DC REIT=14.8
- SPH= 14.2
- CapitaLand China Trust= 13.5
- SATS= 11.4
- Dairy Farm (USD)= 11.2
- Venture Corp=9.9
- Keppel REITK= 8.6
- Ara Logos Log Trust=8.5
- CapitaLand= 8.5
In the first 6 weeks of 2021, FTSE ST All-Share Index gained 3.3%
- 30 stocks of the Straits Times Index and 76 Mid-cap to Small-cap stocks totaling 106 constituents make up the FTSE ST All-Share Index. It constitutes the Market capitalization of the stocks ranges from S$66 billion for the DBS Group Holdings to S$94 million for MM2 Asia.
- A net gain of 3.3% in the 2021 year to 16 February 2021 was generated by this index, with dividend distributions, majorly from REITs boosting the total return to 3.6%.
- The Healthcare sector, represented by three stocks in total, has been the strongest sector of the index for the six-week period clearly evident from the 80% gains of Thomson Medical Group in the 2021 year to 16 February.
- Consumer non-cyclical stocks have been the third strongest sector for the said period, averaging 11% in total returns while the consumer cyclical and real estate (excluding REITs – real estate investment trusts) remained laggard sectors over this period.
Top stocks most sought by institutional investors
- With the median total return at 7%, the top 20 stocks with the highest net institutional inflows over the past six weeks have averaged 10% total returns.
- AEM Holdings, UMS Holdings, Singapore Press Holdings, ARA LOGOS Log Trust, Jardine Cycle & Carriage, Sembcorp Marine, CapitaLand, and China Trust are eight of the 20 stocks which were among the 10 stocks recipient to the highest net institutional flows proportionate to market value.