Large blue-chip stocks tend to be the focus of investors because their long-established track records are expected to result in positive performances.

But who says small and mid-cap stocks cannot do well too?

According to UOB KayHian, 40% of the companies under its small-mid cap coverage that reported results in 2Q20 had surprised on the upside.

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