It is an interesting week as Keppel Corporation Limited (SGX: BN4) unveiled its strategic plans during its Investor Day 2023.
The asset manager outlined its long-term strategies for growing its funds under management (FUM) and increasing its recurring income stream.
Meanwhile, CapitaLand Investment Limited (SGX: 9CI) released its fiscal 2023’s first half earnings that showed progress in building its assets under management and FUM.
The property giant believes it can continue to grow its asset base as it undertakes more capital recycling initiatives.
Elsewhere, Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (SGX: S63), or ST Engineering, also released its first-half earnings.
The blue-chip conglomerate saw a continued recovery in the aerospace sector and reported a record-high order book.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
Keppel has released its latest Investor Day presentation slides. Read on to find out the asset manager’s long-term plans to increase its FUM along with plans to grow other areas of its business.
The property giant’s latest earnings demonstrated continued growth in its asset base. We feature several interesting snippets from the group’s latest earnings report card.
ST Engineering is riding high as it serves up a record-high order book. Read on to find out more about the engineering and technology conglomerate’s latest results.
If you are feeling worried because of the many scary news headlines out there, here are four reliable Singapore blue-chip stocks you may wish to include in your investment portfolio.
Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX: S68) has reported a solid set of earnings and also upped its dividend.
We offer three compelling reasons why Singapore REITs should be included as part of an income investor’s portfolio.
Nanofilm Technologies (SGX: MZH) announced a downbeat set of earnings but the group believes it still has solid long-term prospects.
It may sound amazing, but this crop of four US stocks has raised its dividends without a pause for 21 years or more.
We throw the spotlight on four Singapore stocks that recently raised their year-on-year dividends.
Read on to find out a few interesting lessons we learnt from observing two very different types of businesses.
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