Jeremy Tan, Tiger Fund Management

Jeremy Tan, Tiger Fund Management

Jeremy Tan

28 November 2023
Market View: Trio of local banks to allow customers to ‘lock up savings’ for in-person withdrawals only; Sembcorp Industries’ agreements to acquire wind assets for S$200m; China’s central bank to press banks to lower real lending rates; Expectations on US PCE price index, GDP, consumer confidence; 10-year US Treasury yields slips to 4.4%
Singapore stocks opened weaker today, following overnight losses on global markets.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) headed down 0.2 per cent to 3,079.31 points after 50.7 million securities changed hands in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch today, we have Sembcorp Industries, after the energy group yesterday announced two separate agreements to acquire wind assets in China and India for a total consideration of S$200 million.
Elsewhere from more on the banking sector in Singapore and Sats filing notice of three straight years of losses, more corporate headlines remain in focus.
Also on the table today – economic data points to watch out for in the US this week including the latest PCE price index numbers.
On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian sat down with Jeremy Tan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tiger Fund Management for more.

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31 October 2023
Market View: Samudera Shipping Line on Q3 earnings; BoJ loosened grip on long term rates; Boom in weight loss drugs and impact on McDonalds, Krispy Kreme; Fed Interest Rate Expectations; Malaysia PM Anwar on decoupling MYR from the USD
Singapore shares opened higher today, tracking overnight gains in the US and Europe.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) headed up 0.6 per cent to 3,083.78 points after 66.1 million securities changed hands in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch today, we have Samudera Shipping Line, after the carrier said yesterday revenue and earnings for the third quarter ended September “recorded a contraction” compared with the year-ago period.
Meanwhile, from more on the Bank of Japan’s latest monetary policy decision to the impact of the boom in weight-loss drugs on the shares of US fast food companies, more international headlines remain in focus.
Not to mention, expectations on the upcoming Federal Reserve interest rate decision and the risk of global economies decoupling from the King Dollar.
On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian sat down with Jeremy Tan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tiger Fund Management for more.

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27 September 2023
Market View: Boustead Singapore directed to delist; China’s central bank to step up adjustments to monetary policy; Evergrande’s billionaire chairman placed under police control; S&P 500 corrected ~5.86% since YTD peak; US reportedly extending a waiver to chipmaker SK Hynix, Samsung Electronics
Singapore stocks opened weaker today following overnight losses in global markets.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index headed down 0.6 per cent to 3,196.82 points after 72.4 million securities changed hands in the broader market
In terms of companies to watch today, we have Boustead Singapore. Its real estate unit Boustead Projects was directed by the Singapore Exchange Regulation to delist with an exit offer that is “fair and reasonable”.
Elsewhere, from more on China’s central bank’s comments to implement monetary policy in a “precise and forceful” manner to support its economy, to Evergrande’s billion chairman under police control, and movements to the US S&P 500 index, more international headlines remain in focus.
On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian sat down with Jeremy Tan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tiger Fund Management for more.

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11 September 2023
Bigger Picture: Impact of weak stock market on China's economy
Jeremy Tan, CEO, Tiger Fund Management, discusses what investors can expect as Apple gets set to launch the iPhone 15 this week. He also explains the impact of a weak stock market performance on the Chinese economy and currency.

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30 August 2023
Market View: Country Garden plans to issue HK$270m new shares to pay off loans; Investability of China; HKD posed for biggest monthly retreat since 1985; Safe haven gold prices hovered near three-week highs; GuocoLand’s 54.5% drop in net profit
Singapore stocks started the day on a positive note following overnight gains in the US and Europe markets.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) was up 0.4 per cent to 3,236.52 points after 60.3 million securities changed hands in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch today, we have GuocoLand after the real estate group posted yesterday a 54.5 per cent decline in net profit to S$148 million for the second half-year ended June.
Elsewhere, from Country Garden issuing HK$270 million of shares to pay loans, to the investability of China as well as the outlook on the safe haven gold, more international headlines remain in focus.
On Market View,  Drive Time’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian sat down with Jeremy Tan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tiger Fund Management for more.

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20 June 2023
Money in the Market: How can investors navigate the uncertain global economic outlook?
Despite strong headwinds, mostly related to the ripple effects from the war in Ukraine and high global inflation, the global economy has proven resilient so far in 2023.
The upturn, however, remains weak, amid significant downside risks. Core inflation is proving persistent and the impact of higher interest rates is increasingly being felt across the economy.
So what’s the outlook for the second half of the year, and what trends can we expect across macroeconomic indicators such as interest rates and inflation?
On Money in the Market, Emaad Akhtar speaks to Jeremy Tan, CEO, Tiger Fund Management to find out more.

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14 June 2023
Bigger Pic: Optimism on China despite weakening data
Jeremy Tan, CEO, Tiger Fund Management shares what investors should look out for in a turnaround for Chinese stocks, as well as why the Fed is likely to pause on rate hikes for its June meeting.

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31 May 2023
Market View: Olam Agri’s IPO delayed; Proposed privatisation of Challenger Technologies; Aims Apac Reit’s equity fundraising exercise; China, South Korea and Japan’s factory output data; Tesla’s Elon Musk in Beijing; Nvidia surpasses US$1t market cap
Singapore shares started the day in the negative territory, after global markets ended mixed overnight.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) shed 0.5 per cent to 3,170.68 points after 42.1 million securities were transacted in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch for today, we have Olam Group, after the company’s proposed initial public offering of its agribusiness unit is no longer expected to be completed by H1 2023 or ahead of the summer holiday period as originally planned.
Meanwhile, from a slew of factory output data out of Asia, to Tesla Chief Elon Musk’s visit to China and Nvidia surpassing US$1 trillion market valuation, regional headlines continue to remain on the top of minds of investors.
On Market View, the Drive Time team unpacked these developments with Jeremy Tan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tiger Fund Management.

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12 May 2023
Bigger Picture: Signs of cooling inflation raises Fed cut expectations
Jeremy Tan, CEO, Tiger Fund Management discusses what could spur markets which have been trading in narrow ranges in recent days, as well as how the the banking sector turmoil and debt ceiling issue will affect markets.

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9 May 2023
Market View: Janet Yellen warns CEOs on US debt ceiling; Fed’s survey of bank loan officers; China’s balance of trade figures; Bets on policy support and rally in Chinese financial, brokerage and filmmaker shares
Singapore stocks dipped today as investors anticipated key US inflation data to be released later this week.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) fell 0.4 per cent, to 3,246.08 points, after 50.6 million securities traded hands across the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch today, we have SIA Engineering Company, after the aircraft engineering and maintenance provider reported a 20.4 per cent on-year drop in net profit to S$33.9 million for the second half-year ended March.
Elsewhere, softening imports and a rally in financial stocks in China weighed on markets in the region. That’s as investors continue to mull the Federal Reserve’s survey of bank loan officers.
The US debt ceiling standoff is also on the top of mind of investors after a report said US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is calling on CEOs to personally warn them of the impact of a US default on its debt.
On Market View, the Drive Time team sat down with Jeremy Tan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tiger Fund Management for more.

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28 March 2023
Bigger Picture: What does the current banking crisis mean to everyone - interest rates, deposits, stocks?
Turbulence across the banking sector in the past few weeks has prompted the question of whether we are teetering on the edge of another financial crash.
Who and what is actually at risk and can it be contained with the safeguards in place?
Plus with China dropping its zero-Covid policy last year, relaxing rules for property lending, are we seeing opportunities in China?
On the Bigger Picture, Willie Keng finds out from Jeremy Tan, Chief Investment Officer, Tiger Brokers (Singapore).

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7 February 2023
Market View: CapitaLand India Trust’s DPU up 9%, Boustead Singapore to take Boustead Projects private, Impact of GST hike on consumer sentiment, What to expect for Singapore’s Budget 2023, Janet Yellen on US avoiding a recession
Singapore shares were pulled into negative territory today after US and Europe stocks both ended lower overnight.
The Straits Times Index fell 0.01 per cent in early trade to 3,385.58 points after 25 million securities changed hands.
Engineering and technology group Boustead Singapore made the headlines today. The group is making a voluntary unconditional general cash offer to take its real estate subsidiary, Boustead Projects, private. Question is - can we expect more of such moves in the new year?
Elsewhere,  US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said last night that the US can avoid a recession with unemployment at a 53-year low. Is a strong labour market reading an indication that the Fed can achieve a soft landing? And what can we expect when Fed Chair Jerome Powell speaks later tonight?
On Market View, the Drive Time team posed these questions to Jeremy Tan, CIO, Tiger Brokers (Singapore).

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12 January 2023
Breakfast Brief: Outlook for US inflation
In today's Breakfast Brief, we speak with Jeremy Tan, CIO, Tiger Brokers (Singapore) on his outlook for US inflation and rate hikes expectations at the next FOMC meeting.

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16 December 2022
Market View: Federal Reserve’s Dot Plot and Terminal Rates of 5.1%, Sam-Bankman Fried’s saga on Confidence in the Crypto sector, Chinese ADR delisting threat eases after US gets access to audit data
We’ll wrap up the key developments for the week, looking at markets in the US, Europe and China. In the US, the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates by yet another 50 basis points as predicted by market watchers.
But with Fed boss Jerome Powell maintaining the central bank’s resolve to fight red-hot prices, how would that affect market movements as we close off the year?
In other news, FTX’s new CEO said Sam Bankman-Fried committed ‘old-fashioned embezzlement’. How would that affect investors’ confidence in the crypto sector?
On Market View, Prime Time’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian sat down with Jeremy Tan, CIO, Tiger Brokers (Singapore) to unpack all the information you need to know for the week.

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25 Nov 2022
Bigger Picture: Relief rally in Malaysia markets as Anwar named new PM
Jeremy Tan, CIO, Tiger Brokers (Singapore), discusses how Malaysian stocks had their biggest jump in over two years and the ringgit surged after veteran opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was named the new prime minister, as well as the outlook for China as reopening prospects remain uncertain.

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7 October 2022
Bigger Picture: US midterms and its potential implications on markets
Jeremy Tan, CIO, Tiger Brokers (Singapore) discusses what has been causing the recent market to rebound this week and the upcoming US Midterm Elections and its potential implications on markets.

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6 September 2022
Bigger Picture: Sterling lingers new 40-year lows
Jeremy Tan, CIO, Tiger Brokers (Singapore), discusses what's in store for the British pound as Liz Truss takes charge as the UK Prime Minister, and where opportunities are in the market now.

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