Banks have been in the limelight this week.
DBS Group (SGX: D05), Singapore’s largest bank, recently hit an all-time high of S$35.51 while United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11) hit its 52-week high of S$29.44
We delve more deeply into the reasons for this rise to assess if it can be sustained.
Speaking of banks, financial technology group iFAST Corporation Limited (SGX: AIY) announced that it purchased an 85% stake in a UK digital bank, BFC Bank.
This move was aimed at boosting its customer base and assets under administration while giving the fintech group a coveted banking licence.
We explore the details of this deal and tease out its pros and cons.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
As mentioned above, the share prices of both DBS and UOB are hitting new highs. Can this streak continue?
iFAST is coughing up S$73 million to acquire and inject capital into BFC Bank. Here are four things that investors will want to know about this purchase.
These four stocks performed very well last year. But can they repeat the same feat this year?
Looking for promising blue-chip stocks? These five have the potential to increase their dividends this year.
Here is a list of dividend-paying stocks that may be included in the blue-chip Straits Times Index in the coming quarters.
REITs have had a tough time since late last year. Here are four Singapore REITs that are hitting a year low and could potentially qualify as a suitable investment candidate.
If you are concerned about having enough for retirement, it’s time that you explore REITs as a viable investment asset class.
Over in the US, many growth stocks are also plumbing their 52-week lows. Here are four that investors may feel represent great bargains.
There used to be a minimum sum you need to fork out to purchase exchange-traded funds, but this threshold has been lowered recently. Read on to find out what these changes are.
Here are four interesting facts about Singapore’s largest dental chain.
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