This week, we delve into Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX: C6L), or SIA, and take a deeper look at its business.
The carrier’s shares hit a 52-week high recently and investors will be curious to know if the blue-chip airline can continue its stellar run.
Meanwhile, Top Glove Corporation Berhad (SGX: BVA) is caught in a bind.
With rampant oversupply and red ink on its books, can the world’s largest glove manufacturer turn its fortunes around?
Elsewhere, we throw the spotlight on a group of billion-dollar REITs.
These REITs have the clout to withstand a protracted downturn and can also dole out a sustainable distribution yield.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
SIA’s business is booming with the return of air travel as many take to the skies for vacations. Can the carrier continue to do well?
Top Glove announced another poor set of earnings as red ink continues to flow. Can the glove maker turn profitable soon?
We highlight five billion-dollar REITs that sport distribution yields of 5% or more.
We take a closer look at three fast-growing stocks – Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) and Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META) that have more than doubled their share price year-to-date.
Business development initiatives are ongoing at these three Singapore blue-chip companies. The question is whether their share prices can do well in line with these efforts.
With data being the new oil, these four data centre REITs look well-positioned to perform.
We feature four US stocks that are hitting their all-time highs and whose business could continue improving.
Healthcare is a resilient sector and these three healthcare stocks can give investors the best of both worlds.
We tracked the 52-week high list and identified four Singapore stocks that have touched their year-high. We evaluate their business to see if they can continue to impress.
It is perfectly all right to select investment heroes to emulate. Just ensure you do not put them on a pedestal.
Please refer to the individual articles for stock ownership disclosures.