Top companies in Singapore by Market Capitalization

Market Capitalization is the total value of all outstanding shares of a company. It is calculated by multiplying the current share price by the number of outstanding shares. The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has traditionally seen its largest companies in the banking and finance sector, with DBS Group Holdings, United Overseas Bank and OCBC Bank often making the list of the largest companies in Singapore by market capitalization.

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Rank
Company
Market Cap, S$
Revenue, S$
Close Price
Last Change
7d Change
Weekly SignalMonthly Signal
Sector3
30d Price Movement
1
D05 Logo
DBS
D05.SI
S$104.35B
S$20.13B
SGD 36.69
2024-07-19
-0.57%
-3.27%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Banks
Banking & Investment Services
2
O39 Logo
OCBC Bank
O39.SI
S$67.28B
S$13.44B
SGD 14.97
2024-07-19
-0.99%
-2.03%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Banks
Banking & Investment Services
3
U11 Logo
UOB
U11.SI
S$54.65B
S$1.70B
SGD 32.63
2024-07-19
-0.21%
-1.27%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Banks
Banking & Investment Services
4
Z74 Logo
SingTel
Z74.SIalso Z77.SI (1)
S$49.87B
S$14.13B
SGD 3.02
2024-07-19
-1.31%
2.37%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Integrated Telecommunications Services
Telecommunications Services
5
C6L Logo
Singapore Airlines
C6L.SI
S$20.96B
S$19.01B
SGD 7.04
2024-07-19
-0.28%
0.14%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Airlines
Transportation
6
F34 Logo
Wilmar
F34.SI
S$19.35B
S$91.33B
SGD 3.10
2024-07-19
-0.96%
-2.21%
Strong Sell
Strong Sell
Food Processing
Food & Beverages
7
S07 Logo
Shangri-La Asia
S07.SI
S$19.04B
S$42.71M
SGD 5.34
2024-07-19
-5.32%
-6.64%
Strong Sell
Strong Sell
Hotels
Cyclical Consumer Services
8
Q0F Logo
IHH Healthcare
Q0F.SI
S$16.10B
S$6.03B
SGD 1.82
2024-07-19
0.55%
-0.55%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Healthcare Facilities & Services
Healthcare Services
9
S63 Logo
ST Engineering
S63.SI
S$13.88B
S$1.09B
SGD 4.45
2024-07-19
0.91%
1.60%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Aerospace & Defense
Industrial Goods
10
C38U Logo
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust
C38U.SI
S$13.81B
S$1.56B
SGD 2.05
2024-07-19
-1.44%
-3.30%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Commercial REITs
Real Estate
11
9CI Logo
Capitaland Investment
9CI.SI
S$13.67B
S$2.78B
SGD 2.71
2024-07-19
-0.73%
-3.56%
Buy
Strong Sell
Real Estate Services
Real Estate
12
NIO Logo
NIO
NIO.SI
S$12.74B
S$10.34B
SGD 6.11
2024-07-19
-2.56%
-3.59%
Strong Sell
Strong Sell
Auto & Truck Manufacturers
Automobiles & Auto Parts
13
Y92 Logo
Thai Beverage
Y92.SI
S$12.69B
S$10.30B
SGD 0.50
2024-07-19
1.00%
4.12%
Neutral
Strong Sell
Distillers & Wineries
Food & Beverages
14
G07 Logo
Great Eastern Holdings Ltd
G07.SI
S$12.21B
S$5.72B
SGD 25.80
2024-07-12
0.66%
0.00%
Strong Buy
Strong Buy
Life & Health Insurance
Insurance
15
J36 Logo
Jardine Matheson
J36.SI
S$12.21B
S$49.03B
SGD 48.11
2024-07-19
-0.39%
-0.72%
Strong Sell
Strong Sell
Consumer Goods Conglomerates
Consumer Goods Conglomerates

Footnotes

1 While rare, companies on the Singapore Stock Exchange might trade under multiple symbols. For example, Singtel trades under both Z74.SI and Z77.SI. The only difference between Singtel (Z74.SI) and Singtel 10 (Z77.SI) is the number of shares in each lot. Z74 trades in lots of 100 shares, while Z77 (Singtel 10) trades in lots of 10 shares. These two symbols are essentially the same company (Singtel), but Z74 has an average trade volume of 35 million shares per day, 300x more than Z77's average of 115,240 shares per day. Sectors app uses Z74.SI as the primary symbol for Singtel, consistent with all other data sources and financial data providers.

2 Effective 1 June 2020, the Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) has removed the minimum trading Price (MTP) rule for Mainboard IPOs. Under the MTP rules, companies listed on the Singapore Exchange failing to meet the minimum average trading price of S$0.20 and a base market capitalisation of S$40 million would be placed on the watch-list and given three years to improve their financial performance until they meet the requirements. The removal of this requirement provides relief to as many as 100 companies, citing that shares of most of the firms on the MTP watch-list have not been found to be manipulated yet are subject to risk of a delisting in addition to challenges in raising capital and developing business relationships.

3 The sectors classification might be slightly different from other financial data providers. Sectors (this app) uses a uniform sector and sub-sector classification across all stocks listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX), Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), and Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX, or Bursa Efek Indonesia). This ensures that the sectors classification is consistent across all stocks listed on these exchanges, and allow for easy comparison of stocks and economic sectors across these exchanges.

4 The view for Value Investing (PE ratio, PB ratio, PS ratio) is based on the following criteria:

  • Companies on SGX with Market Capitalization greater than S$1 billion
  • Earnings greater than S$0
  • Has trading volume (greater than 0) in the last trading day
  • EPS greater than S$0

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