We examine the technology provider’s financial performance in 2020.
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We crunch the numbers for our three local banks to see which makes the most attractive investment candidate.
It’s been a difficult year for the offshore and marine specialist, but can Sembcorp Marine eke out a profit in 2021?
City Developments Limited has made a large impairment on its China investment. Can the property giant get back on its feet again?
As the world recovers from the debilitating effects of the pandemic, here are three methods you can use to build up your retirement passive income.
The energy conglomerate has reported its full-year earnings for 2020.
The last local bank to report its earnings, UOB sounded a note of optimism for 2021.
The next local bank to report its full-year earnings is cautiously optimistic on improved conditions for this year.
The local telcos continue to suffer from lower roaming revenue. Will they be able to see a recovery anytime soon?
The land transport giant recently released its full-year earnings report. Is the group poised for a recovery?
Here are five aspects you should take note of for the engineering conglomerate’s full-year 2020 earnings.
Here’s the story of a phenomenally successful growth stock
The land transport giant continues to grapple with a slowdown in all its divisions and regions.
Singapore’s biggest bank has just released its full-year 2020 earnings. Here are five highlights from it that you should take note of.
With the ongoing vaccination campaign around the world, could there be a glimmer of hope for Singapore Airlines this year?
The oil and gas giant made a shocking announcement that it plans to exit the offshore and marine business. What are the implications for investors?
Corporate reorganisations are part and parcel of a company’s evolution. Here are three blue-chip companies that just announced such changes.
Should investors be concerned that these two prominent real estate companies have issued profit warnings?
Here are three Singapore companies you can safely buy and keep for the rest of your life.
These three laggards may end up surprising investors by performing better than the market.