The Weekly Nibble: Latest Earnings of SATS Ltd and First Real Estate Investment Trust

The Weekly Nibble: Latest Earnings of SATS Ltd and First Real Estate Investment Trust

Welcome to the first weekend of the month, everyone! Here are some of the most popular articles that have appeared on our website this week.

1. The Monthly Nibble: Stock Market Correction and Blue-Chips

On 31 July, we highlighted some of the best articles that were published on The Motley Fool Singapore website in July through The Monthly Nibble feature. That article itself came in as the most popular piece for the week.

Three topics discussed in the article include the stock market correction seen early last month, why SATS Ltd(SGX: S58) “could be a keeper in your portfolio for the long-term”, and a comparison of two telco dividends stocks, Singapore Telecommunications Limited(SGX: Z74) and StarHub Ltd(SGX: CC3). Find out more from the article (link here again).

2. The Good And Bad That Investors Should Know About SATS Ltd’s Latest Quarterly Results

Fellow Fool contributor, Lawrence Nga, examined SATS Ltd’s first quarter results in his article by looking at the positive aspects and not-so-positive aspect of the earnings.

Some of the things he liked about the results are its higher revenue, better operating margin, improved free cash flow and robust balance sheet.

You can head to his article to learn more (link here again).

3. 3 Things That First Real Estate Investment Trust’s Management Wants You To Know About The REIT’s Business

First Real Estate Investment Trust(SGX: AW9U) is a healthcare REIT that has 16 properties in Indonesia, three in Singapore, and one in South Korea. In Singapore, it owns three nursing homes, namely, Pacific Healthcare Nursing Home @ Bukit Merah, Pacific Healthcare Nursing Home II @ Bukit Panjang, and The Lentor Residence.

The REIT’s presentation deck on the latest second-quarter earnings had a treasure trove of information.

In his article, Lawrence took a look at the REIT’s financial performance, distribution per unit trend, and lease expiry profile with the help of the presentation. Jump into his article to know more (link here again).

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