Frencken

Frencken Group is a public corporation listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange since May 2005. For over 60 years, Frencken has established an admirable reputation as a technology solutions provider to world-class multinational corporations. 

3 tech manufacturers to post weaker earnings in H1: analyst

UOB Kay Hian said the three have huge China exposure.

3 tech manufacturers to post weaker earnings in H1: analyst

UOB Kay Hian said the three have huge China exposure.

Frencken must ‘keep on the lookout’ for mergers and acquisitions: report

Frencken posted a net cash position of $72.8m as of March 2022.

Frencken, Lendlease top UOB Kay Hian’s stock picks

The firms outperformed the stock market by 0.8 percentage points in May 2022.

RHB’s top stocks: Food Empire in, Frencken out

The analyst added Food Empire following its 34.4%YoY net profit growth in Q122.

Supply chain woes trigger 12.6% decline in Frencken’s Q1 net profit

The decline was also caused by higher selling and distribution.

The three best companies to invest in this 2022: RHB

RHB used five criteria, including ESG score, in selecting the companies.

Frencken's gross profits increase 14.9% to $33.5m in Q3

Its profit margin increased to 17.1% due to increased material, freight costs.

Frencken snaps up Avimac for $14m

This enables Frencken to expand into the aerospace industry.

What are the 5 strongest index stocks in the last 5 weeks?

Together, these stocks averaged a 19% total return.

Olam, Frencken lead most traded stocks rally in August

DBS, Singtel, and OCBC are the most traded stocks for the first eight months of the year.

Manufacturing sector stocks follow manufacturing growth lead

Singapore’s top 20 most traded manufacturing-related stocks have a combined market value of $98.8b.

Which stocks generated most gains in the first half?

The top 10 constituents of the FTSE ST All-Share Index had a combined turnover close to $40m daily.

Chart of the Day: 5 of SGX's tech stocks average 25% total return in H1 2021

The 20 most traded manufacturing stocks contributed 20% to the combined average daily turnover.