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27 Jun 2021 (302 views)

The table below compares the top banks listed in HK Exchange with the 3 top banks in Singapore.

4 of the banks listed in HK exchange, which are the big 4 banks in China, have a PE ratio between 3.8 to 4.9 times and a dividend yield between 6.2% to 8.4%.

The big 3 banks in Singapore have a PE ratio between 14.8 to 16.3 time and a dividend yield between 2.4% to 3%.

The market capitalization of the China banks are, on average,  2 to 3 times of the Singapore banks. Their PE ratio is one third of Singapore (i.e. the China banks are cheaper) and the dividend yield is 2 to 3 times higher than the Singapore banks.

I prefer to invest in the China banks listed in HK rather than the Singapore banks.

Note - I am sharing my personal opinion. I am not giving investment advice.


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The table below compares the top banks listed in HK Exchange with the 3 top banks in Singapore.

4 of the banks listed in HK exchange, which are the big 4 banks in China, have a PE ratio between 3.8 to 4.9 times and a dividend yield between 6.2% to 8.4%.

The big 3 banks in Singapore have a PE ratio between 14.8 to 16.3 time and a dividend yield between 2.4% to 3%.

The market capitalization of the China banks are, on average,  2 to 3 times of the Singapore banks. Their PE ratio is one third of Singapore (i.e. the China banks are cheaper) and the dividend yield is 2 to 3 times higher than the Singapore banks.

I prefer to invest in the China banks listed in HK rather than the Singapore banks.

Note - I am sharing my personal opinion. I am not giving investment advice.