Welcome to the final earnings season of the year as the majority of companies release their third-quarter earnings report.
The final report for the year gives a glimpse of what investors can expect for 2021.
This insight will be closely watched as Singapore recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.
We cannot assume we know what the future of many businesses will be like, because conditions are still evolving and our habits and practices are still being altered by this crisis.
2021 will be tough to forecast but we might get some clues from the earnings release of the three big local banks.
We have already written on DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05) and its earnings outlook and prospects and will provide more coverage on the other banks at a later date.
Lastly, at time of writing, we still don’t know who the next President of the United States is going to be. Keep a lookout for our US election article once it’s out.
Here’s a list of our top articles for this week:
We delve into Singapore’s largest bank’s latest earnings report and review both its numbers and outlook.
We conduct a quick review of the REITs sector to see which REITs are doing well, which are being mildly impacted and which have been adversely affected by the pandemic.
These four REITs are gearing up to grow both their asset base and also their distribution per unit.
Orchestrating a turnaround is not easy in the corporate world. Do these two blue-chip companies have what it takes to pull it off?
It was a sad day for everyone when Robinsons announced that it will bow out of the retail scene after being in business for 162 years. Does this imply that retail is in trouble?
Ascendas REIT (SGX: A17U) has just released its latest business update, and here are five takeaways that you should know.
Nanofilm Technologies (SGX: MZH) has just been listed on the local bourse with much fanfare. However, here are three risks you should be aware of before you decide to invest in the company.
Forget Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). Here are two e-commerce-related stocks that have demonstrated higher growth rates.
We share one very simple method you can use to do well in investing.
It’s natural to worry about retirement during this crisis. Here are the steps you can take to secure a comfortable one.