There are 30 blue chip companies that make up the Straits Times Index (STI). But the largest four account for almost half the index’s weightage.
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Sembcorp Marine (SGX: S51) has seen its stock collapse due to massive dilution. Here’s what happened and how we can avoid the next disaster.
An acquisition, a competitor move and a business update are what we are presenting this week.
Concerns that banks might be forced to take a hit on money they had lent during COVID turn out to be overblown, as lenders prove resilient.
As Singapore slowly opens up its economy, could Singapore Airlines see an uplift in its business fortunes?
Here is an update from three businesses that you should take note of.
The oil and gas player is raising money through a rights issue again. Here are some points that investors should take note of.
These five companies reported a turnaround in their latest financial results.
These three blue-chip companies have defied the odds by posting year on year profit growth.
With all three local banks announcing the restoration of their dividends back to 2019 levels, which qualifies as the most attractive investment candidate?
The curtains are coming down for CapitaLand, at least in its current form. But there is time for one last hurrah from Singapore’s largest real estate firm.
The telco has reported a turnaround from the net loss it booked last year. Is the worst over for the group?
We bring you the latest earnings and prospects for a REIT and two blue-chip companies.
The real estate giant has highlighted many benefits in spinning out its investment management arm.
Higher expenses arising from acquisitions have crimped the exchange operator’s earnings.
We provide an earnings update for a blue-chip utility company, an electronics test and handling business and a healthcare glove company.
Are the bank’s shares suitable for inclusion in your Supplementary Retirement Scheme Account?
The lender announces a sparkling set of earnings as it continues to write back general provisions in the second quarter.
The bank reported growth in its banking and insurance arms and restored its interim dividend to its pre-pandemic level.
The lender’s latest results demonstrate its resilience as an uneven recovery sweeps across the world.