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15 things I learned from Temasek Review 2021

Temasek Holdings is a private investment company headquartered in Singapore. It invests in private and public-listed assets spanning a broad spectrum of geographies and industries. As of 31 March 2021, its portfolio value stands at S$381 billion. Temasek Review is an annual event where key executives present the company’s fund performance, portfolio allocation, and investment …

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Averaging down on stocks and cryptos

It’s frustrating but Singapore is returning to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert). We managed to squeeze in a few dining-in gatherings over the last week and a half so we did get to catch up with some friends. But it’s a disappointing turn of events to lose that so quickly after just opening up not long […]

How have Hospitality REITs in Singapore been faring during COVID-19?

In Singapore, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government has been using hotels and residences as quarantine and isolation facilities. This is to cushion the impact that COVID-19 has on the hospitality industry (which include Hospitality REITs). The small size of Singapore means that domestic tourism is almost non-existent. Occupancy rates have almost […]

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AEM share price recovering from bloodbath

National Day Special Offer! In the blink of an eye, it had been two months since the capitulation of AEM share. From $4.18 on 29 April to a low of $3.40 on 11 May, AEM share price plunged by a whopping 18.7%. The crash of AEM share price followed the release of Q1FY2021 financial result which saw revenue collapsed 45.4% year-on-year. Since that fateful collapse, AEM share price returned to form lately, hitting $4.18 on 15 July.

The return of AEM share price came at a time when the Group is about to announce the 1HFY2021 financial result. Investors must be holding their breath on the business performance of AEM. More importantly, investors wanted to know the progress of the “deep technical engagements with 10 out of the top 20 semiconductor companies, spanning mobility, memory, and high-performance computing”.

AEM share price

The securing of even one of the top 20 semiconductor companies would be a significant breakthrough for AEM share price. For years, AEM had relied on Intel for revenue source. To expand the customer base, the management had embarked on a slew of acquisitions in recent years. So far, seven technology companies were acquired since 2017 but sad to say, these acquisitions …

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