This week, we review the trio of Singapore banks to assess if they can still grow.
With interest rates stabilising and a weak economic outlook, investors may be worried about the lenders’ prospects.
Meanwhile, the bellwether Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) has seen a change in one of its components during its June quarterly review.
Seatrium (SGX: S51) has replaced Keppel DC REIT (SGX: AJBU) and we took the opportunity to highlight several characteristics of the former.
Elsewhere, we shone the spotlight on several REITs that paid out a good distribution yield.
These REITs also enjoyed good tailwinds and the DPU looks sustainable for the medium term.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
With interest rate increases moderating and a weaker economic outlook, are Singapore banks still a sure bet for the future?
Here are some interesting facts to note about Seatrium, which recently replaced Keppel DC REIT on the Straits Times Index.
We highlight four Singapore REITs that dole out a sustainable distribution yield of 4.9% or higher.
Looking for the best of both worlds? Here are four Singapore blue-chip companies that provide both dividends and growth.
These five US growth stocks may provide a strong boost to your portfolio’s returns.
Here are four Singapore REITs to keep your eye on for this month.
If you’re a food lover, you should check out these four tasty Singaporean food and beverage stocks.
Want to improve your investment acumen? You should take note of these four lessons.
Market crashes are an inevitable part of investing. Rather than be scared off, here are the right lessons you should learn from them.
Please refer to the individual articles for stock ownership disclosures.