China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd

G92.SI : Singapore Exchange

0.895

+0.56%

Share Price in SGD. As of 29 May 11:12:59 SGT

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Key stats

  • 52-Week High
    SGD 0.995
  • 52-Week Low
    SGD 0.730
  • Market Cap
    SGD 770M
  • Avg Volume
    453K
  • P/E Ratio (TTM)
    9.94
  • Forward Dividend Yield
    3.06%

Share Price Performance

G92.SI
Market
1 Day 0.56% 0.04%
5 Day 2.29% 0.18%
1 Month -2.72% 1.42%
6 Month 2.87% 7.91%
YTD 3.47% 3.05%
1 Year -3.24% -1.35%
5 Year -29.53% 0.84%
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Market Analysis

Consensus Share Price Target

No consensus on recommendation available. View analysis to learn more about China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd.

Analyst Ratings

  • CGSI Research

    01 Mar 2024

    Add

    1.160

    (prev 1.140)

  • OCBC Investment Research

    04 Mar 2024

    Buy

    1.100

  • Philip Securities

    04 Mar 2024

    Buy

    1.050

    (prev 1.010)

Analyst Reports

There are no analyst reports currently available for China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd.

Beansprout Insights

Valuation

Price to earnings (P/E) ratio

Current P/E
Historical Average P/E
11.1

China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd's current P/E ratio of ∞x is higher than its historical average P/E ratio of 11.1x.

Price to book (P/B) ratio

Current P/B
0.8
Historical Average P/B
0.9

China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd's current P/B ratio of 0.8x is lower than its historical average P/B ratio of 0.9x.

Earnings

Earnings per share (EPS)

The latest earnings per share is $0.09, which is higher than the earnings per share of $0.05 in 2022.

Financials

Financial Statements

29 Feb 2024

Full Yearly Results

For period ending 31 Dec 2023

08 Aug 2023

Half Yearly Results

For period ending 30 Jun 2023

Annual Reports

01 Apr 2024

Annual Report

For period ending 31 Dec 2023

01 Apr 2024

Sustainability Report

For period ending 31 Dec 2023

News

Profile

Company Description

The Company was incorporated in Singapore on 26 May 1993. It became a public company on 6 December 2001 and changed its name from China Aviation Oil (S) Pte Ltd to China Aviation Oil (S) Corporation Ltd ('CAO'). CAO was conferred the Approved Oil Trader (AOT) award (which was later changed to Member of the Global Trader Programme) by the Government of Singapore in 1998. The largest shareholder of CAO is China Aviation Oil Supply Corporation ('CAOSC'), one of the largest state-owned enterprises in China. CAOSC is responsible for the construction of aviation oil supply infrastructure, purchase of aviation oil supply equipment and the supply of jet fuel to over 100 foreign and domestic airlines (including the purchase, transportation, storage, and into-plane services of jet fuel) at more than 100 civil airports throughout China. CAO’s main business includes Jet Fuel Procurement, International Oil Trading and Oil-related investment. CAO has established a 'three-pronged' strategy, that embrace, 'Strengthen the import jet fuel procurement, Expand International Oil trading business and Develop oil-related investment.' Imported jet fuel procurement is the core business and base of CAO, whilst international oil trading will not only expand CAO’s scale but also improve its profits, oil-related investments will ensure CAO continues to achieve steady growth. Presently, CAO has close to 100 percent market share of the procurement of imported jet fuel for the civil aviation industry in China. CAO succeeded in conducting international oil trade in jet fuel, fuel oil, gas oil, crude oil, petrochemical products and oil derivatives. The company has also expanded its market beyond China to ASEAN countries, Far East and America etc. In April 2002, CAO was successful through an exclusive tender exercise, to secure an offer to invest in a Spanish oil logistic and facilities company CLH, which is a leading oil carrier and owner of the largest network of oil pipelines and storage facilities throughout Spain. In July 2002, CAO has entered into an S & P agreement to acquire a 33 percent stake of Shanghai Pudong International Airport Aviation Fuel Supply Corporation Ltd. After this acquisition, CAO will not only become the second largest shareholder of the aviation fuel company, but will also be able to own and operate the re-fuelling facilities and supply jet fuel to domestic and international airlines.

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