Singapore shares are ‘cheap’ and ‘attractive’ — and major wealth managers say it’s time to buy

Singapore’s export-driven economy is among the most vulnerable in the ongoing U.S.-China trade conflict, but major investors said its stock market could deliver attractive returns this year. “It’s very attractive and that’s one of the reasons why we’re actually overweight Singapore relative to other Asian equities,” Kelvin Tay, regional chief investment officer at UBS Global Wealth Management, said on Monday. Tay told clients at the UBS Wealth Insights forum that the bank actually has a bearish


Singapore’s export-driven economy is among the most vulnerable in the ongoing U.S.-China trade conflict, but major investors said its stock market could deliver attractive returns this year. “It’s very attractive and that’s one of the reasons why we’re actually overweight Singapore relative to other Asian equities,” Kelvin Tay, regional chief investment officer at UBS Global Wealth Management, said on Monday. Tay told clients at the UBS Wealth Insights forum that the bank actually has a bearish
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Singapore shares are 'cheap' and 'attractive' — and major wealth managers say it's time to buy

Singapore’s export-driven economy is among the most vulnerable in the ongoing U.S.-China trade conflict, but major investors said its stock market could deliver attractive returns this year.

“It’s very attractive and that’s one of the reasons why we’re actually overweight Singapore relative to other Asian equities,” Kelvin Tay, regional chief investment officer at UBS Global Wealth Management, said on Monday.

Tay told clients at the UBS Wealth Insights forum that the bank actually has a bearish outlook on the Singapore economy. The bank expects the country’s gross domestic product to grow by 2 percent in 2019, down from last year’s estimated 3.3 percent and at the lower end of official forecast of 1.5 percent to 3.5 percent.

Singapore, a tiny but wealthy Southeast Asian country, relies heavily on exports to power its economy. Its exports of goods and services in 2017 were close to 200 percent of its roughly $300 billion GDP — among the highest globally, according to the World Bank.


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Keep your money in stocks regardless of risk appetite, UBS says

UBS, the world’s largest wealth manager, said investors should keep their money in the stock market this year regardless of their risk appetite. Markets have been volatile in recent months as investors re-position for slower global growth and heightened uncertainties. “You have to stay invested, whatever your risk tolerance can bear,” Mark Haefele, global chief investment officer at UBS Global Wealth Management, said on Monday. “The period of 18 months to 6 months before a recession is often whe


UBS, the world’s largest wealth manager, said investors should keep their money in the stock market this year regardless of their risk appetite. Markets have been volatile in recent months as investors re-position for slower global growth and heightened uncertainties. “You have to stay invested, whatever your risk tolerance can bear,” Mark Haefele, global chief investment officer at UBS Global Wealth Management, said on Monday. “The period of 18 months to 6 months before a recession is often whe
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Keep your money in stocks regardless of risk appetite, UBS says

UBS, the world’s largest wealth manager, said investors should keep their money in the stock market this year regardless of their risk appetite.

Markets have been volatile in recent months as investors re-position for slower global growth and heightened uncertainties. That’s set to continue, leading some investors to consider whether it’s time to get out of equities and hold cash before a recession hits — but UBS said there’s still money to be made in the stock market.

“You have to stay invested, whatever your risk tolerance can bear,” Mark Haefele, global chief investment officer at UBS Global Wealth Management, said on Monday.

“The period of 18 months to 6 months before a recession is often when you get most of your returns because that’s when economies do strongly,” he told clients at the UBS Wealth Insights forum in Singapore.

He noted that investors would have missed out on a 10-percent rally if they had sold their holdings on Christmas Eve — when U.S. stocks experienced a massive sell-off — and re-entered the market this month. In addition, a recession is not likely to happen this year, so corporate earnings have room to grow, although at a slower pace than before, he said.


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Netflix shares rise after hours on upgrade by UBS

Shares of Netflix rose 1.5 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after an analyst at UBS upgraded the video-streaming giant. Analyst Eric Sheridan hiked his rating on the stock to buy from neutral. He also raised his price target to $410 from $400 per share, implying a 26 percent upside from Thursday’s close of $324.66. Netflix shares have been on fire to start off 2019, rising 21 percent in the first seven sessions of the year. The surge in Netflix comes after the stock plummeted more than 28


Shares of Netflix rose 1.5 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after an analyst at UBS upgraded the video-streaming giant. Analyst Eric Sheridan hiked his rating on the stock to buy from neutral. He also raised his price target to $410 from $400 per share, implying a 26 percent upside from Thursday’s close of $324.66. Netflix shares have been on fire to start off 2019, rising 21 percent in the first seven sessions of the year. The surge in Netflix comes after the stock plummeted more than 28
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Netflix shares rise after hours on upgrade by UBS

Shares of Netflix rose 1.5 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after an analyst at UBS upgraded the video-streaming giant.

Analyst Eric Sheridan hiked his rating on the stock to buy from neutral. He also raised his price target to $410 from $400 per share, implying a 26 percent upside from Thursday’s close of $324.66.

In a note to clients titled “Taking The Blindfold Off,” Sheridan cited the success of Netflix’s content, solid subscriber momentum and a better understanding of the headwinds the company has faced recently.

“After six months of stock underperformance & key debates emerging about competition, margins & FCF, we think these debates are better understood by investors and reflected in the current stock price,” Sheridan wrote. “With content spend now at a scale of the major media companies and titles continuing to demonstrate outsized marketplace success, we see the moat around NFLX’s global positioning widening and its long-term secular winner status remaining intact.”

Netflix shares have been on fire to start off 2019, rising 21 percent in the first seven sessions of the year. The surge in Netflix comes after the stock plummeted more than 28 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018.

“Over the past months, the potential for new (& more pronounced) competition for both subscribers and to source original/licensed content among regional & global streaming media companies has caused NFLX’s stock volatility to remain pronounced,” Sheridan said.

“However, looking at the global opportunity among home broadband (~790m global broadband households (ex-China) in FY2023) and/or mobile device users (~2.9bn global smartphone users (ex-China) vs. NFLX estimated penetration of ~20% in FY2023), we see a long runway for NFLX subscriber growth that remains intact despite increased competition,” he added.

— With reporting from Michael Bloom .


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Global growth seen lower in 2019, UBS says, but it’s not all bad

Global economic growth is expected to slow down in 2019, according to UBS, as tighter monetary policy, weaker earnings growth and political challenges confront the world’s major economies. After seeing a growth of 3.8 percent in 2018, UBS said in its outlook for the year ahead that it expected global economic growth to slow to 3.6 percent in 2019. “Our outlook is that U.S. growth will be constrained by ebbing fiscal stimulus and higher interest rates,” economists at UBS said in a note Wednesday.


Global economic growth is expected to slow down in 2019, according to UBS, as tighter monetary policy, weaker earnings growth and political challenges confront the world’s major economies. After seeing a growth of 3.8 percent in 2018, UBS said in its outlook for the year ahead that it expected global economic growth to slow to 3.6 percent in 2019. “Our outlook is that U.S. growth will be constrained by ebbing fiscal stimulus and higher interest rates,” economists at UBS said in a note Wednesday.
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Global growth seen lower in 2019, UBS says, but it's not all bad

Global economic growth is expected to slow down in 2019, according to UBS, as tighter monetary policy, weaker earnings growth and political challenges confront the world’s major economies.

After seeing a growth of 3.8 percent in 2018, UBS said in its outlook for the year ahead that it expected global economic growth to slow to 3.6 percent in 2019.

“Our outlook is that U.S. growth will be constrained by ebbing fiscal stimulus and higher interest rates,” economists at UBS said in a note Wednesday. China, meanwhile, is facing the twin pressures of import U.S. tariffs and economic rebalancing.

“The decline in global growth will mean a weaker tailwind for global markets, which could begin to anticipate an end of the economic cycle as 2019 progresses,” the investment bank said.

In the meantime, solid domestic demand in the euro zone will not be sufficient to offset reduced export growth, the bank said.

On the bright side, UBS said a recession looks unlikely given current rates of consumption, investment and employment growth “and we think the typical causes of a downturn are unlikely to materialize in 2019.”

“Our base case is for inflation to stay contained, allowing central bankers to remain sensitive to growth. We don’t foresee a major fiscal policy shift or a commodity price shock. Consumer balance sheets are in solid shape and improvements in banking sector capitalization since the financial crisis reduce the risk of a global credit crunch.”

It also noted that there are growth opportunities and pockets of value.

“Economic and earnings growth are waning in aggregate. But this slowdown will not be felt uniformly by every country, sector, or company,” economists said. “We expect robust growth in firms exposed to secular trends like population growth, aging, and urbanization. Meanwhile, some assets have already begun to factor in a more challenging backdrop.”


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UBS expects ‘quite sharp gains’ in oil in 2019

UBS expects ‘quite sharp gains’ in oil in 20199 Hours AgoDominic Schnider of UBS Wealth Management says he sees oil prices heading toward $70 to $80 per barrel. He also says the market seems to be “underestimating” the fact that the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will be cutting supply by 1.2 million barrels.


UBS expects ‘quite sharp gains’ in oil in 20199 Hours AgoDominic Schnider of UBS Wealth Management says he sees oil prices heading toward $70 to $80 per barrel. He also says the market seems to be “underestimating” the fact that the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will be cutting supply by 1.2 million barrels.
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UBS expects ‘quite sharp gains’ in oil in 2019

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Dominic Schnider of UBS Wealth Management says he sees oil prices heading toward $70 to $80 per barrel. He also says the market seems to be “underestimating” the fact that the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will be cutting supply by 1.2 million barrels.


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UBS’ Art Cashin doesn’t expect the Fed to raise interest rates at all next year

Closely followed trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Monday he doesn’t expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates at all next year, doubling down on his 2019 prediction. “I think they may be through” for 2019, Cashin added in a “Squawk on the Street” interview. The Fed on Wednesday lowered its rate hike projection for 2019 from three to two. Previously, Cashin said Powell would be forced to raise rates this month due to public criticisms from President Donald Trump. At the time, Cashin said t


Closely followed trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Monday he doesn’t expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates at all next year, doubling down on his 2019 prediction. “I think they may be through” for 2019, Cashin added in a “Squawk on the Street” interview. The Fed on Wednesday lowered its rate hike projection for 2019 from three to two. Previously, Cashin said Powell would be forced to raise rates this month due to public criticisms from President Donald Trump. At the time, Cashin said t
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UBS' Art Cashin doesn't expect the Fed to raise interest rates at all next year

Closely followed trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Monday he doesn’t expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates at all next year, doubling down on his 2019 prediction.

The UBS director of floor operations at the New York Stock Exchange said he was surprised the central bank raised rates for the fourth time this year but added that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell was compelled to follow through. “I think they may be through” for 2019, Cashin added in a “Squawk on the Street” interview.

The Fed on Wednesday lowered its rate hike projection for 2019 from three to two. In a Friday interview following the Fed’s decision, New York Fed President John Williams told CNBC the central bank was open to reconsidering its views on rate hikes next year, sending stocks briefly higher.

Cashin joined CNBC shortly before U.S. stocks dropped at Wall Street’s open. Stocks are on pace for their worst year since 2008. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq last week saw their biggest weekly losses in more than 10 years, while the S&P 500 saw its worst since August 2011.

Cashin predicted last week to CNBC’s Bob Pisani that the Fed may not hike in 2019 and there’s an outside chance it may have to cut rates.

Previously, Cashin said Powell would be forced to raise rates this month due to public criticisms from President Donald Trump. At the time, Cashin said the amount of pushback on the Fed hike, including from Trump, was “borderline historical.”

A report late Friday said Trump was considering firing Powell following the latest Fed rate decision.

But in a tweet Saturday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin quoted Trump as saying “I never suggested firing Chairman Jay Powell, nor do I believe I have the right to do so.”

Cashin said Monday that stocks will have a hard time making gains due to too many “open ended” problems, including Trump and the Fed as well as the U.S. trade war with China.

Cashin began his career at Thomson McKinnon in 1959. In 1964, at age 23, he became a member of the NYSE and a partner in P.R. Herzig & Co.


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Art Cashin’s predictions for 2019: Fed won’t hike and there’s an ‘outside chance’ they cut rates

I sat down with UBS’ Art Cashin at the bar at Bobby Van’s steakhouse across the street from the NYSE for our annual look back/look ahead. Art and I both agree that the big story for 2018 was the return of volatility. Here are Art’s thoughts on what’s in store for 2019.


I sat down with UBS’ Art Cashin at the bar at Bobby Van’s steakhouse across the street from the NYSE for our annual look back/look ahead. Art and I both agree that the big story for 2018 was the return of volatility. Here are Art’s thoughts on what’s in store for 2019.
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Art Cashin's predictions for 2019: Fed won't hike and there's an 'outside chance' they cut rates

I sat down with UBS’ Art Cashin at the bar at Bobby Van’s steakhouse across the street from the NYSE for our annual look back/look ahead.

Art and I both agree that the big story for 2018 was the return of volatility.

Here are Art’s thoughts on what’s in store for 2019.


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UBS Global Wealth Management to include environmental scores on its funds in 2019

UBS Global Wealth Management will include detailed assessments of its funds for environmental, social and governance issues starting next year. Proponents of impact investing hope to generate market-beating gains for clients and to use their money in a way that benefits society. “It is engrained in our organization not only to facilitate this, but also to lead in providing clear guidance and implementation tools,” Greg Trinks, head of Americas fund investment solutions at UBS Global Wealth Manag


UBS Global Wealth Management will include detailed assessments of its funds for environmental, social and governance issues starting next year. Proponents of impact investing hope to generate market-beating gains for clients and to use their money in a way that benefits society. “It is engrained in our organization not only to facilitate this, but also to lead in providing clear guidance and implementation tools,” Greg Trinks, head of Americas fund investment solutions at UBS Global Wealth Manag
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UBS Global Wealth Management to include environmental scores on its funds in 2019

UBS Global Wealth Management will include detailed assessments of its funds for environmental, social and governance issues starting next year.

The new assessments – which will take into account the funds’ exposure to concerns like pollution, ethics and climate change – will apply to all of its non-U.S. long-only equity and bond mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, the bank said Monday.

UBS executives said they hope the new reports will help clients better evaluate the bank’s in-house and third-party funds.The gauge should “make it immediately apparent” whether a given fund is incorporating these so-called impact investing considerations in its investment decisions, UBS said.

ESG investing — long the bastion of faith-based and civic activists — has surged in popularity in recent years.

Assets under management in U.S.-based socially responsible investing strategies climbed to $12 trillion at the start of 2018, representing 1 in 4 dollars of all investment under professional management and an increase of 38 percent from the start of 2016.

The statistics are published every two years by US SIF: the Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment, a Washington-based trade group whose members include numerous mutual and pension funds. They have found that climate change, tobacco and conflict risk are the top three issues for ESG-conscious asset managers.

Proponents of impact investing hope to generate market-beating gains for clients and to use their money in a way that benefits society. Some elect to allocate capital to companies or funds with a focus on developing renewable energy, while others look to invest in companies with diverse boards.

UBS said the new assessments will allow clients and advisors to identify more easily the funds that follow their ESG preferences.

“It is engrained in our organization not only to facilitate this, but also to lead in providing clear guidance and implementation tools,” Greg Trinks, head of Americas fund investment solutions at UBS Global Wealth Management, said in an email.

“Clients’ ESG interests may be driven by their personal values and/or performance considerations,” Trinks added. “We absolutely hear about this topic from clients up and down the demand spectrum, ranging from minimal to modest interest to a strict requirement.”

Of the many enormous global wealth managers, UBS has tried to distinguish itself as a leader in sustainable investments for the high net-worth individuals it serves. Earlier this year, for example, UBS Global Wealth Management introduced two mutual funds that try to create more direct investment options for those who wish to move money into companies that prioritize sustainable factors.

One of the new funds, the UBS Engage for Impact Fund, says it seeks total return from securities that “can create meaningful, intentional, verifiable and measurable impact on the society and the environment.” As of Oct. 24, the fund’s principal holdings included drugmakers Abbott Laboratories and Allergan, agriculture equipment maker AGCO and Amazon.


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China should still be a top pick for global investors despite trade tensions, UBS says

Catherine Cai, the executive vice chairman and chairman of Greater China’s investment arm for UBS, has given a bullish assessment of the world’s second-largest economy despite the ongoing trade conflict with the U.S. “I still believe, and the UBS house view also believes, that China (is) still representing the most investment opportunities in the world. Trump has since suggested in a Wall Street Journal interview this week that he could place a 10 percent tariff on iPhones and laptops. He also s


Catherine Cai, the executive vice chairman and chairman of Greater China’s investment arm for UBS, has given a bullish assessment of the world’s second-largest economy despite the ongoing trade conflict with the U.S. “I still believe, and the UBS house view also believes, that China (is) still representing the most investment opportunities in the world. Trump has since suggested in a Wall Street Journal interview this week that he could place a 10 percent tariff on iPhones and laptops. He also s
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China should still be a top pick for global investors despite trade tensions, UBS says

Catherine Cai, the executive vice chairman and chairman of Greater China’s investment arm for UBS, has given a bullish assessment of the world’s second-largest economy despite the ongoing trade conflict with the U.S.

Speaking at East Tech West in the Nansha district of Guangzhou, China, Cai said she expects to still see “moderate growth” in the Chinese equity market next year and suggested investors should keep the country’s assets as part of their portfolios.

“I still believe, and the UBS house view also believes, that China (is) still representing the most investment opportunities in the world. Maybe we can conservatively say one of the most opportunities in the world … We still think the next year will see moderate growth in the equity market as well as the GDP (gross domestic product) growth,” she told CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore Wednesday.

Her comments come as a trade war has escalated between the U.S. and China, the world’s two largest economies, and disrupted the markets after the President Donald Trump imposed 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports on Sept. 24, and those duties will rise to 25 percent on Jan.1, 2019.

Trump has since suggested in a Wall Street Journal interview this week that he could place a 10 percent tariff on iPhones and laptops. He also said during the interview that it is “highly unlikely” he will delay an increase in tariffs from 10 percent to 25 percent on Jan 1. Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping are due to meet at the G-20 summit in Argentina this weekend and it’s hoped the two will come to an agreement.


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UBS analyst says these battered US software companies look cheap

Investors looking for a good deal in the bruised technology sector may be best served in U.S. software companies, according to an analyst at UBS. The last two corrections in the software group in 2014 and 2016 resulted in a pivot toward profitability-based valuation gauges in the midst of market volatility, analyst Jennifer Lowe wrote in a note, making a few select names appear relatively cheap.


Investors looking for a good deal in the bruised technology sector may be best served in U.S. software companies, according to an analyst at UBS. The last two corrections in the software group in 2014 and 2016 resulted in a pivot toward profitability-based valuation gauges in the midst of market volatility, analyst Jennifer Lowe wrote in a note, making a few select names appear relatively cheap.
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UBS analyst says these battered US software companies look cheap

Investors looking for a good deal in the bruised technology sector may be best served in U.S. software companies, according to an analyst at UBS.

The last two corrections in the software group in 2014 and 2016 resulted in a pivot toward profitability-based valuation gauges in the midst of market volatility, analyst Jennifer Lowe wrote in a note, making a few select names appear relatively cheap.


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