Friday, 21 April 2017

UOL Group Limited (U14)

Technical Analysis

The 20-day MA crossed the 50-day MA most recently in November 2016, indicating a short term up-trendThe 50-day MA crossed the 200-day MA most recently in December 2016, indicating a long term up-trend.

Company Performance and Dividends

Cash flow from operations was negative in 2014. It is on an overall up-trend through the last five years.

The compounded annual growth rate of the Earnings Per Share (EPS) is at -1.6% through the last five years.

Debt is currently at 7.3 times of the company's earnings. Long term debt is on an overall up-trend through the last five years.

Dividends per share is consistent through the past five years. In twelve months (May 2016 to May 2017), the company pays $300.00 per 1000 shares invested, attributing to a dividend yield of 4.2% against the current price. The payout ratio is at 22.4%.


Share price is currently trading at 19.7 times the company's earnings and 0.7 times its book value.


UOL Group Limited, through its subsidiaries, primarily engages in property development, property investments, and hotel businesses. Its property development projects include residential units, office towers and shopping malls, and hotels and serviced suites. The company also owns and/or manages approximately 30 hotels under the Pan Pacific and PARKROYAL names in Asia, Oceania, and North America with approximately 9,800 rooms in its portfolio. In addition, it is involved in the rental of serviced suites, commercial offices, and retail malls; provision of property management and treasury services; management of serviced suites; operation of restaurants; and management and operation of health and beauty retreats and facilities. UOL Group Limited has operations in Singapore, Australia, Vietnam, Malaysia, the People’s Republic of China, Myanmar, and the United Kingdom. The company was formerly known as United Overseas Land Limited and changed its name to UOL Group Limited in 2006. UOL Group Limited was founded in 1963 and is based in Singapore.

Major shareholders include
C.Y. Wee & Company Pte. Ltd
Wee Investments Pte Ltd
United Overseas Bank Limited
Haw Par Corporation Limited
Schroder Investment Management (Singapore) Ltd


UOL Group is acquiring a Melbourne hotel for A$230 million while ESR’s acquisition of a stake in Sabana REIT is a precursor to consolidation wave in Singapore.

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