Manufacturing sector stocks follow manufacturing growth lead

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

Singapore’s 20 most traded manufacturing-related stocks averaged a 15.7% gain in 2021, according to a report from the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

These stocks represent 11% of the total market value of all the stocks listed on SGX, with a combined average daily turnover of $266m. They currently have a combined market value of $98.8b, representing 10.9% of the $903.6b total market capitalisation of all the SGX-listed stocks.

These stocks are:

  1. YZJ Shipbuliding SGD
  2. Wilmar Intl
  3. ThaiBev
  4. Venture
  5. Sembcorp Marine
  6. AEM
  7. ST Engineering
  8. UMS
  9. SATS
  10. Nanofilm
  11. Jiutian Chemical
  12. Medtecs Intl
  13. Top Glove
  14. Oceanus^
  15. ISDN
  16. Riverstone
  17. Golden Agri-Res
  18. Frencken
  19. Aztech Global
  20. UG Healthcare

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