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iFAST's first quarterly profit dip since 1Q2019 divides analysts - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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iFAST's first quarterly profit dip since 1Q2019 divides analysts

Signs of slowing earnings growth have analysts dialling back their previously bullish calls on this stock.
Acceleration of vaccination rates a booster to Asean's economy and markets: UBS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Acceleration of vaccination rates a booster to Asean's economy and markets: UBS

Despite a recent resurgence in Covid-19 cases in the region, UBS remains upbeat on Asean’s chances.
Investors going nowhere but these travel stocks may go somewhere - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Investors going nowhere but these travel stocks may go somewhere

Investors may not be going anywhere, but these travel stocks may go somewhere.
SingPost's shift in focus to e-commerce logistics: the start of a restructuring? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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SingPost's shift in focus to e-commerce logistics: the start of a restructuring?

Could SingPost's shift in focus to e-commerce be the start of its restructuring?
The STI beats us but we beat the rest - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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The STI beats us but we beat the rest

The top performer was Ted Baker with a whopping 74.9% gain while the worst performer was CrowdStrike Holdings with a 12.8% loss.
RHB bets on recovery of consumer sector; likes tech and manufacturing stocks - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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RHB bets on recovery of consumer sector; likes tech and manufacturing stocks

Here are some of RHB Securities' top 20 small cap stocks for this year.
Rotate back to technology stocks, gold, says DBS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Rotate back to technology stocks, gold, says DBS

The switch to a recovery play in anticipation of vaccine discoveries is showing signs of “fatigue”, says DBS.

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iFAST's Lim shrugs off the competition as he gears up for adjacent growth

iFAST will not be swayed by the marketing ploys of companies like Tiger Brokers, which has offered free Tesla and Apple shares.
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