This week, we turn our attention to Nanofilm Technologies International (SGX: MZH), a growth stock which has seen its share price plunge more than three-quarters from its peak in 2021.
We review the business to determine if the nanotechnology firm’s business can enjoy a recovery.
Meanwhile, Grab Holdings (NASDAQ: GRAB) just announced its latest round of layoffs amounting to 1,000 staff.
The ride-hailing cum food delivery company continues to report red ink as it seeks to reduce its cost base.
Elsewhere, income-seeking investors should favour industrial REITs that have mostly stayed resilient throughout the pandemic.
We highlight several that not only sport distribution yields of 5% or more but also have the potential to raise their DPUs.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
Nanofilm has been going through a tough time but we are trying to find out if the growth company’s business is ready for a rebound.
With Grab’s recent round of layoffs removing a layer of fixed costs, could the ride-hailing company report better financial performance in the future?
We turned the spotlight on four industrial REITs with distribution yields of 5% or more that stand a good chance of increasing their payouts.
Here are four reputable Singapore blue-chip stocks that can help you to grow the value of your portfolio.
We feature three interesting Singapore stock ideas for July.
These two REITs have announced corporate developments in the past month that could see them improving their operating and financial metrics.
It is not easy to filter out stocks that have paid higher dividends over the past three years but these three Singapore stocks make the cut.
We explore how Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX: C6L) will fare looking ahead after it reported its highest-ever net profit in its history.
Fancy receiving dividends? Here are four Singapore stocks dishing out dividends for July.
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