DBS Group (SGX: D05) was the first Singapore bank to report earnings and it was a blowout quarter.
Tellingly, Singapore’s largest bank reported lower bad debts and is expecting higher loan growth in 2021.
The other two local banks are due to report in the coming week.
DBS also flagged better days ahead as the economic recovery seems to be gaining momentum.
On the REITs front, popular REITs such as Mapletree Commercial Trust (SGX: N2IU) and Frasers Centrepoint Trust (SGX: J69U) reported a rebound in their distribution per unit.
If the results released so far are an indication of what’s to come, then investors have much to cheer about.
Here is a list of our top articles for the week.
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Companies routinely turn to acquisitions in search of growth. We look at three companies that conducted acquisitions recently to boost their prospects.
Blue-chip conglomerate Keppel Corporation Limited (SGX: BN4) had just released its first-quarter business update. Here are three highlights from that report.
Investors have been amazed at Singapore Press Holdings’ (SGX: T39) 80% share price gain in just six months. Could this be the beginning of an earnings recovery for the media company?
iFAST Corporation Limited (SGX: AIY) reported a blowout earnings quarter. Here are five quick facts that investors should take note of.
It may be a good idea to look for an investment mentor for guidance as you embark on your retirement journey.
Warren Buffett is arguably one of the best investors the world has known. Here are five tips from the man that could help you to invest much better.
If you find it tough to decide when is a good time to sell your shares, we provide some pointers in this article.
We conclude our three-part series on REIT investing by looking at methods that REITs use to grow and the risks associated with investing in them.
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