2 Hospitality Stocks To See A Turnaround In 2H18

As the June holiday season comes to an end, many would have returned from their vacations overseas feeling well rested as they go into the second half of the year. An essential part of the travelling experience includes staying at comfortable hotels for a much-deserved rest. Seasonally, hospitality sector tends to see higher activities in the later part of the year and hence why hospitality-related stocks tend to perform more positively.

3 Stocks To Ride On Hospitality Upcycle

As famous investor Warren Buffett once said: Never invest in a business you cannot understand. It is important for investors to remember that to be committed to an investment for the long haul, we need to be able to understand the business itself. Therefore, we will be highlighting three stocks that most readers will know and understand, and may want to add to their portfolios.
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6 REITs To Benefit From Upcoming Developments

On the recent F1 Singapore Race, it was announced that F1 will renew the contract with Singapore to host the race for another four years until 2021. The extension has a positive effect on local hospitality o...

Which REIT Sectors Are Attractive?

Overall, Singapore REITs have reported a decent growth rate of 5.0% in distributions for the second quarter of 2017, with an 8.0% year on year growth in net property income.

DB, UOBKH: 3 Investment Themes For 2H17

Since the start of the year, STI has gained 12 percent with many heavyweight component stocks returning to their mid-cycle level valuations. How should investors invest in 2H17?

UOBKH, Credit Suisse: 3 Sectors That Are “Buzzing” With Zika

Since the discovery of the first case of locally-transmitted Zika on August 28th, the virus is spreading across Singapore rapidly. To make matters worse, the lack of vaccine and specific treatment for the virus makes it hard to prevent or contain the situation.

DBS, OCBC: Fed Divided Over Rate Hike Again; REITs Back In-Favour

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) July meeting minutes released showed that members were divided over the urgency to hike rates. Some officials were expecting inflation to remain low in the near term, while others believed that the US labour market conditions were at or close to full employment.