It is earnings galore as the final earnings season of 2023 kicks off with a bang.
First off, we reviewed United Overseas Bank’s (SGX: U11) third-quarter earnings report.
The lender announced a resilient set of financial numbers as its net interest margin dipped slightly.
We also looked at Keppel Ltd’s (SGX: BN4) latest business update as it focuses more on renewables and sustainable urban developments.
We then turn to iFAST Corporation Limited’s (SGX: AIY) earnings for the third quarter of 2023.
The financial technology company posted a blowout performance as it recognised its maiden contribution from its Hong Kong ePension contract.
Elsewhere, we also reviewed Mapletree Logistics Trust’s (SGX: M44U) latest fiscal 2024’s second quarter results.
The logistics REIT put up a commendable performance with healthy operating metrics and a year-on-year rise in distribution per unit.
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UOB posted a slight year-on-year increase in net profit as it continues to integrate its Citigroup acquisition.
Keppel released a comprehensive business update that saw the asset manager advance on both its asset monetisation and funds under management goals.
iFAST reported a solid quarter as the fintech witnessed its maiden contribution from its Hong Kong ePension contract.
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Suburban retail REIT Frasers Centrepoint Trust (SGX: J69U) reported its full-year earnings that saw a slight year-on-year dip in DPU.
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