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DBS Group Holdings Ltd (DBSM.SI)

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Thu, Feb 8 2018

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Singapore's DBS expects higher margins as fourth quarter profit jumps

SINGAPORE Singaporean lender DBS Group Holdings said on Thursday it expects to lift its net interest margins this year, as it reported a 33 percent rise in quarterly profit and announced higher dividends, sending its shares up 3 percent.

UPDATE 2-Singapore's DBS expects higher margins as Q4 profit jumps

* Proposes higher final dividend, special dividend (Recasts lead, adds quotes in paragraph 4)

BRIEF-DBS Group Says 2017 Loans Up 11 Percent

* SAYS 2017 LOANS UP 11 PERCENT YOY Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-DBS Group Holdings Says 2018 Loan Guidance Maintained At 7 pct - 8 Pct

* FOR 2018, EXPECT IMPROVING INTEREST RATE ENVIRONMENT TO PROVIDE NIM UPLIFT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Singapore's DBS Group Q4 profit up 33 pct, matches market estimates

SINGAPORE, Feb 8 DBS Group Holdings Ltd , Singapore's biggest lender, reported a 33 percent increase in quarterly profit that came in line with market expectations, boosted by a strong rise in net interest income.

BRIEF-DBS Group Qtrly Net Profit S$1,218 Mln Vs S$913 Mln

* QTRLY NET INTEREST INCOME S$ 2,097 MILLION VERSUS S$1,824 MILLION A YEAR AGO

UPDATE 1-Bank of Singapore eyes more private bankers in Dubai as assets jump

DUBAI, Feb 7 The private banking arm of Singapore's second-biggest lender, OCBC, aims to add around 25 relationship managers to its Dubai office by 2020 as it targets more business from non-resident Indians and wealthy Middle East clients, a senior executive told Reuters.

Bank of Singapore eyes more private bankers in Dubai as assets jump

DUBAI, Feb 7 The private banking arm of Singapore's second-biggest lender, OCBC, aims to add around 25 relationship managers to its Dubai office by 2020 as it targets more business from non-resident Indians and wealthy Middle East clients, a senior executive told Reuters.

REUTERS SUMMIT-Aberdeen Standard upbeat on Singapore lenders, warns on DBS provisions

* Sees signs of stability in Chinese economy (Adds more quotes)

Aberdeen Standard upbeat on Singapore banks, warns on DBS provisions

SINGAPORE Aberdeen Standard Investments said it likes Singapore banks due to their strong balance sheets and quest for new growth drivers but warned that the management of top lender DBS risks losing credibility if it takes any more big provisions for oil and gas loans.

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