It’s been an eventful week for many well-known blue-chip names.
First off, CapitaLand Investment (SGX: 9CI) made its debut on the exchange, a spin-off from property giant CapitaLand Group.
Shares of the real estate investment management business (REIM), which closed at S$2.95 on its first trading day, have since climbed 15% to close at S$3.40.
The REIM business model could see renewed interest in a familiar name as the new entity gears itself up for growth in 2022 and beyond.
We also took a look at Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX: C6L) which announced that it had used up the remaining S$600 million from its 2020 rights issue.
The successful launch of vaccinated travel lanes, or VTL, should come as a breath of fresh air for the airline.
Meanwhile, Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68) may soon be welcoming its first special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, after firming up a listing framework for the blank-cheque companies.
If the listing does occur, it will open up exciting new opportunities for investors to partake in the growth of Singapore’s home-grown businesses.
Here is a list of our top articles this week.
Here are four blue-chip companies that are near a year low that pay healthy and consistent dividends.
These four stocks have resilient businesses that also pay out a stream of dividends. These characteristics should be attractive to an investor who’s in the 50s.
Our writer reflects on the 10 lessons he has learnt from owning Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) for a decade.
Temasek Holdings has mopped up nearly half of Sembcorp Marine’s (SGX: S51) second rights issue in a year. What does this action mean for investors?
Investors may be alarmed to hear that Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX: C6L) has completely used up the money raised from its massive rights issue last year. But, is there a silver lining to all of this?
Soon after Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68) announced its set of guidelines for SPACs, investors may soon welcome the first such listing on the local bourse.
CapitaLand Investment (SGX: 9CI), the investment arm of property giant CapitaLand Group, has made its debut on the local exchange. Here’s what investors should know about this new entity.
Top Glove Corporation Berhad (SGX: BVA) just released its full-year 2021 earnings for the period ended 31 August 2021. Here are five aspects that investors should want to know about.
Read on to find out more about this software-as-a-service behemoth and how it is dipping its toes into the payments industry.
Starting young is always a good thing when it comes to investing. Here’s why investing for your children will turn out to be the best financial decision you’ve ever made.
It’s a happy problem to have — your stock has doubled! But what should you do now? Sell, hold or buy more? Read on to find out.
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