This week, we covered four Singapore stocks that paid out a special dividend this year that you can consider adding to your buy watchlist.
In company-specific news, ride-hailing cum food delivery company Grab Holdings (NASDAQ: GRAB) saw its share price skid by 70% since it went public. We dig deeper to find out if the company can engineer a turnaround.
Meanwhile, Sembcorp Industries Limited (SGX: U96) is shedding its Indian energy division for S$2.1 billion. The utility company’s share price has surged close to 63% year to date and investors may be wondering if there is more upside.
We also delved into Mapletree Logistics Trust (SGX: M44U). Its unit price has fallen 15% in the past year but the REIT seems well-positioned to do well in the long run.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
Here are four Singapore stocks that paid out a special dividend this year that you may want to add to your buy watchlist.
With Grab losing more than two-thirds of its market capitalisation post-IPO, can the ride-hailing company pull off a turnaround?
We analyse various aspects of Mapletree Logistics Trust to determine if the industrial REIT’s unit price can recover.
Sembcorp Industries’ share price could see more upside as the utility giant announces the divestment of its India energy division.
We round up a collection of five REITs that should remain unaffected by higher interest rates.
We tease out five promising US growth stocks that Temasek has a stake in.
As more people book tickets to travel overseas for vacations, we look at aviation players Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX: C6L) and SATS Ltd (SGX: S58) to see if they can resume their dividend payments.
If you are looking for higher dividends, these four companies are well-positioned to increase their payouts next year.
With volatility roiling markets around the world, can you still count on a buy-and-hold investment strategy to deliver respectable returns?
Please refer to the individual articles for stock ownership disclosures.