Here are some of the most popular articles that have appeared on The Motley Fool Singapore’s website for the month of February.
February saw us celebrating the beginning of a new lunar year.
Lawrence Nga, in light of the festive period, shared with us two Singapore-listed companies that could reward shareholders in the Year of the Pig. You should check out to his article to find out more.
Shares in Singapore water treatment firm, Hyflux Ltd (SGX: 600), are currently suspended from trading. In May 2018, the company applied to the Singapore High Court for a court-supervised process to reorganise its liabilities and business. What are some of the lessons investors can draw from the company’s fall from grace? Jeremy Chia discusses them in his article.
In January 2019, 21 companies bought back around 30 million shares or units for a total amount of about S$26 million. What are the top five companies with the most significant share buyback amounts during the month? Find that out and more in this article.
Attention REIT investors!
Lawrence looked at two Singapore-listed real estate investment trusts (REITs) that have delivered strong financial results in their respective quarters recently. Do head to the article to know more.
In this article, I pitted Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) and StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3) against each other to determine which might be the better telco. However, there was no clear winner overall in this friendly mano-a-mano. You can jump into the article to find out why.
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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore contributor Sudhan P doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.