Singapore Airlines Ltd (SINGF)

3.8000
-0.0200(-0.52%)
  • Volume:
    8,126
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.0000/0.0000
  • Day's Range:
    3.7500 - 3.8100

SINGF Overview

Prev. Close
3.82
Day's Range
3.75-3.81
Revenue
-
Open
3.8099
52 wk Range
2.4-4.43
EPS
-
Volume
8,126
Market Cap
11B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
12,692
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-
1-Year Change
32.64%
Shares Outstanding
-
Next Earnings Date
-
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Singapore Airlines Ltd Company Profile

Singapore Airlines Ltd Company Profile

Industry
Airlines
Employees
25547
Market
Singapore

Singapore Airlines Limited, together with subsidiaries, provides passenger and cargo air transportation services under the Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, and Scoot brands in East Asia, the Americas, Europe, South West Pacific, West Asia, and Africa. It operates through Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Budget Aviation, and SIAEC segments. The company also offers engineering services, air charters, and tour wholesaling and related services, as well as trains pilots and refurbishes aircraft galleys. In addition, it provides aircraft maintenance services, including technical and non-technical handling at the airport; maintenance, repair, and overhaul of aircraft and cabin components/systems; repair and overhaul of hydromechanical equipment; line maintenance and ground handling; aviation insurance; and airframe maintenance and component overhaul services, as well as manufactures aircraft cabin parts and tooling for the aerospace industry. Further, the company offers marketing cargo community systems; marketing and supporting portal services for the air cargo industry; and reservation service systems, as well as travel-related retail services. Additionally, it provides travel booking and related services through an online portal. As of March 31, 2020, it operated a fleet of 203 aircraft, which include 196 passenger aircrafts and 7 freighters. The company was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Singapore. Singapore Airlines Limited is a subsidiary of Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited.

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  • buy for the possible rise but don't hold too long.
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    • Would you guys recommend buying this on the dip now?
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      • why the price stop?
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        • why is the price going up so much lately ?
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          • govt aviation support grant , vaccination transport
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        • Another bond coming soon to pay off plane purchase loan, time to jump out.
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          • May I know why the stock price keep dropping since 2007/2008
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            • For the last 10 years, there are too many budget airlines that eat into the profits of the international carriers. There are more up and coming airlines, like those from China. So profit of SIA shrinks. For past year, the reason is Covid.
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          • May I know why the stock price keep dropping since 2007/2008?
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            • I like to know too.hi Jamie, this stock after the covid pandemic is completely over. what do you think the share price at December 2021
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            • I think maybe will at 8 to 12 dollar
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          • May I know why the stock price keep dropping since 2007/2008?
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            • May I know why the stock price keep dropping since 2007/2008?
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              • When will be next bond? Run out cash already.
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                • When will be next bond? Run out cash already.
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                  • Finally broke up by bears
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                    • Strong and best airline. Will wait till the price before covid
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                      • and not before
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                        • shouldn't one sell after it has gone up
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                          • Sold....
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                            • SIA reports first half net loss of S$3.5 billion, plans to raise additional S$6.2 billion by issuing bonds
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                              • LONG TERM buy the dips
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                                • Invest your funds how you see best suit you learn it from Warren Buffet he a massed his empire all through investments And AGAIN if you need your funds urgently look else where and if not remember this is LONG term investment
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                                  • no point to drain your money here go pick something else
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                                    • its long term investment if you need your funds asap look elsewhere otherwise park it here for long term
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                                      • Very risky stock and long term for recovery...
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                                        • Singapore national carrier. These are bargain prices, Singapore relies totally on this company to maintain it's status of globally connected economy - the company will rely on an uninterrupted stream of stimulus and other forms of indirect support in months and years to come.
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                                          • Singapore Airlines (SIA) says it will be using a further $1.8 billion out of the $8.8 billion raised in gross proceeds from its rights issue.Of the $1.8 billion, some $0.6 billion will fund its operating expenses, and another $0.5 billion will go towards the refund of tickets sold on flights which have been subsequently cancelled.A further $0.7 billion has been applied towards debt service. This includes the periodic interest payments for SIA’s unsecured and secured loans and repayment of funds previously drawn under certain lines of credit.So far, the airline has utilised $6.2 billion between June and August 2020 since its rights issue, including the one-time utilisation of $2.0 billion to repay the bridge loan from DBS and $1.3 billion for operating expenses during the period.
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                                            • Singapore Airlines (SIA) says it will be using a further $1.8 billion out of the $8.8 billion raised in gross proceeds from its rights issue.
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