Things are looking up.
But instead of guessing, we will soon receive the latest earnings reports from companies.
The previous one in January-February gave a sober assessment of how the pandemic had impacted 2020’s results.
This time, though, there’s more than a whiff of optimism lingering in the air.
The upcoming results will provide a glimpse of how the first three months of the year transpired.
As investors, you should sit up and start taking notes.
Recall that Phase III of Singapore’s reopening started on 28 December 2020.
With more workers commuting and people spending time outside their homes, the flowthrough effect on the economy should be significant.
In turn, the rise in demand should trigger a virtuous cycle that will benefit businesses, lifting revenue, profits and cash flows.
So, it’s with eager anticipation that we herald the upcoming earnings season in the hope of receiving more good news.
Here is a list of our top articles for the week.
We look at whether the local banks are still attractive as the global economy sputters its way to recovery.
With recent news sources reporting that DBS Group (SGX: D05) is reducing its office footprint, should unitholders in commercial REITs be worried?
Here are three stocks I would consider buying now if I had S$15,000 to spare.
The global rise in consumer spending should benefit these three businesses.
Income-seeking investors may want to include these five companies yielding more than 4% in their investment watchlists.
We delve into the reasons why Singtel’s (SGX: Z74) share price has failed to keep pace with the wave of optimism sweeping through stock markets.
Investors should feel pleased that Singapore Airlines Limited’s (SGX: C6L) share price has soared 50% in just eight months. Should they consider selling their stakes?
You have decided to be a long-term investor. Here’s what it takes to achieve this goal.
We trace the amazing rise of Forrest Li, CEO of Sea Limited (NYSE: SE), as he prepares to take his company to the next level.
Our REITs guide continues with the second part of a three-part series where we explore the different types of REITs and commonly-used REIT terms.
Here are five important money facts you should be aware of before you decide to retire.
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