This week has seen its fair share of corporate activity and earnings.
Early in the week, Keppel Corporation (SGX: BN4) stunned investors with its announcement on the proposed acquisition of Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39).
Investors only had a few days to digest this news when Singapore’s trio of local banks reported their fiscal 2021 second-quarter earnings.
Suffice to say the numbers were like a breath of fresh air.
Across the board, all three banks saw earnings rise sharply for the second quarter of 2021 (2Q2021) as allowances plunged.
Dividends were also restored to levels last seen before the pandemic broke out.
The stronger numbers were an affirmation of a brighter outlook amid rising economic activity as the world recovers from a painful downturn.
Here is a list of our top articles for the week.
United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11) reported a strong set of earnings for 2Q2021. Here are five things you should know.
OCBC Ltd (SGX: O39) turned in a sparkling set of numbers as it reported higher net profit and dividends. Read on to find out more about the bank’s latest earnings.
Investors will be pleased to know that DBS Group (SGX: D05), Singapore’s largest bank, reported a stellar set of financial numbers. Here are five highlights from the lender’s latest earnings report.
Read on to find out more about Keppel’s recent announcement of its intention to acquire Singapore Press Holdings.
With more earnings flowing in during August, here are some top dividend stocks you can look out for as the month rolls by.
Temasek Holdings is well-known for its good long-term investment track record. Here are four stocks the investment company owns that pays out dividends.
Here are five stocks paying out steady dividends that I plan to own for the rest of my life.
We suss out three under-the-radar companies that continue to pay out healthy dividends.
It can be tough juggling both kids and parents while building your nest egg. Here are three dividend stocks that offer a great mix of growth and dividends.
Don’t let your Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) account money stand idle. You may want to consider adding DBS Group as a way to grow the funds parked there.
Is it too late for you to invest now? Can you still enjoy decent returns if you commit your funds now? We explore these and other topics.
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