It’s been an interesting week as we receive news of a billion-dollar merger between two industrial REITs.
ESR-REIT (SGX: J91U) and ARA Logos Logistics Trust (SGX: K2LU) have announced a S$1.4 billion merger to become one of the top five industrial REITs in Singapore.
This merger is reminiscent of other recent REIT mergers such as the one between CapitaLand Mall Trust and CapitaLand Commercial Trust to form CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (SGX: C38U).
Meanwhile, Singapore’s central bank has flagged the arrival of higher inflation for 2021. We provide some commentary on what investors can do to counteract the erosion of your spending power.
Back on the topic of REITs, Keppel DC REIT (SGX: AJBU) has announced an unusual transaction along with telecommunication company M1. We dissect the details to give you the lowdown on how this transaction works.
And finally, we also introduce a couple of promising cloud computing stocks that are set to ride the trend of increased digital adoption by both individuals and companies.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
We delve deeper into the S$1.4 billion merger between ESR=REIT and ARA Logos Logistics Trust to see how this deal benefits unitholders.
Keppel DC REIT has inked an agreement with M1 to invest in its bonds and preference shares. Read on to find out more about the salient aspects of this deal.
Inflation is threatening to erode the value of our hard-earned money. Here’s how investors should react to this news.
Looking for stocks to accelerate the growth of your investment portfolio? Here are three cloud computing ones that should do the trick.
Scouting around for good REITs to buy before 2022 comes around? Here are five that should make it to your watchlist.
Millennials have set a goal of retiring by 40, but is this an achievable target in this day and age? We take a look at this topic and discuss how you should go about it.
REITs have been busy with acquisitions this year due to low interest rates and cheap assets. Here are five that are purchasing properties to boost their distributions.
Looking for a solid and dependable dividend-paying stock? Check out this blue-chip company that has been paying dividends for two decades.
While searching for great investments, investors need to be equally mindful of stocks they should avoid. Here are four types you should be wary of.
As earnings season rolls along, here are some financial metrics you should watch out for in companies’ earnings reports.
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