SGX: China Aviation (G92)       CHINA AVIATION OIL(S) CORP LTD
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
1.62   +0.02 (1.25%)  1.48 - 1.63  675,900


Avg Volume (4 weeks):1,193,685
4 Weeks Range:1.48 - 1.64
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
52 Weeks Range:1.36 - 1.80
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
Average Price Target: 2.28
Price Target Upside/Downside: +0.66

Market Buzz

Date Type Subject
11-Dec-2017 Announcement Change - Announcement of Appointment::Appointment of Chief Financial Officer
11-Dec-2017 Announcement Change - Announcement of Cessation::Announcement of Cessation of Chief Financial Officer


Date Subject
20-Apr-2017 China Aviation Oil hitting all the high notes
20-Apr-2017 FCL, SBS Transit, UOI, Keppel REIT, China Aviation Oil
19-Apr-2017 China Aviation Oil posts 4.7% rise in 1Q earnings to $35.4 mil
24-Mar-2017 Three things CIMB likes about China Aviation Oil
03-Mar-2017 Time for investors to re-fuel on China Aviation Oil
28-Feb-2017 Edison starts coverage on China Aviation Oil at 'buy'
24-Feb-2017 Sembcorp, Q&M, Global Premium Hotels, China Aviation Oil, Sheng Siong, Hi-P
23-Feb-2017 China Aviation Oil posts 45% rise in FY16 earnings to US$89 mil
17-Jan-2017 CIMB starts coverage of CAO with 'add' rating
05-Jan-2017 Why buy China Aviation Oil? It takes two to contango

Business Background

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 a

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