It’s been an interesting week where we saw share prices take a tumble as fears mount over potential further interest rate hikes from the US Federal Reserve.
Blue-chips stocks were not spared the carnage as the share prices of United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11), or UOB, fell by 16% in half a year.
Meanwhile, Singtel (SGX: Z74) was also not spared as news outlets reported a massive data breach at its Australian subsidiary, Optus, that may have serious ramifications for the telco.
Elsewhere, the poor sentiment has also carried over to the REIT sector.
Mapletree Logistics Trust (SGX: M44U), or MLT, has seen its unit price slide 20% in a year.
We take a closer look as to whether recovery may be imminent.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
Singapore’s third-largest bank saw its share price fall over the past half a year. Can investors still scoop up shares of the lender?
Singtel’s share price is also skidding to a three-month low. Should investors worry?
The logistics REIT has lost a fifth of its value in just a year. Can investors look towards a recovery?
We feature five blue-chip stocks that picked up awards at the recent SIAS Investors Choice Awards.
With stock markets around the world crashing, we uncover four effective ways for you to protect your investment portfolio.
Here are four reliable REITs that you can plan to own for the rest of your life.
Depressed valuations have created attractive opportunities to scoop up these four profitable US growth stocks.
If you’re planning on weathering a possible recession, it’s a great idea to own some dividend-paying stocks within your portfolio.
REITs are not sitting ducks when it comes to higher interest rates. Here’s what three REITs are doing to cope with this trend.
We continue with our series on competitive moats where we look at how they evolve and change over time.
Please refer to the individual articles for stock ownership disclosures.