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Accrelist expands medical aesthetics clinic capacity at Bedok Mall

Accrelist expands medical aesthetics clinic capacity at Bedok Mall.
Megachem holds steady amid pandemic woes; eyes Asean market with graphite venture - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Megachem holds steady amid pandemic woes; eyes Asean market with graphite venture

Investors may find a hidden gem on the SGX in Megachem, a chemicals company that has been doing well in the pandemic.
Our Global 10 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Our Global 10

Global stock markets are buoyant, but not frothy. Our first portfolio last year returned 98.1%. Here are this year's picks.
Altria Group: Generous dividend to roll on - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Altria Group: Generous dividend to roll on

Holding company of cigarettes and cannabis adapts to market trends while keeping operations highly cash-generative.
CrowdStrike Holdings: Growing niche - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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CrowdStrike Holdings: Growing niche

Cybersecurity delivered to meet needs of rapidly expanding cloud computing, with turnaround in sight.
Deutsche Post: Bound to deliver - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Deutsche Post: Bound to deliver

A safe proxy to play the Covid-19 vaccine cold chain and e-commerce boom in the New Normal.
Electronic Arts: Industry bellwether - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Electronic Arts: Industry bellwether

Good prospects and solid fundamentals is the name of the game, as EA’s steady performance through the pandemic testifies.
Intuitive Surgical: Renaissance healthcare play - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Intuitive Surgical: Renaissance healthcare play

Da Vinci-inspired system builds new markets for growth while creating strong moats
Kier Group: Rebuilding Great Britain - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Kier Group: Rebuilding Great Britain

Post-Brexit, UK construction firm makes further progress on its turnaround.
San Holdings: Eternal hold - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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San Holdings: Eternal hold

Japanese’s largest funeral services provider suffers pandemic hiccup but long-term growth trajectory stays intact.
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