Temasek Investment Firm Sees Big Three-Year Portfolio Returns

Temasek, a Singapore-based investment company, has made some positive decisions as of late. In fact, ten listed trusts in the firm’s portfolio have brought in a three-year return average of 42.2%. Most notable are Mapletree Logistics Trust, which brought in an 84.2% three-year return, Mapletree Industrial Trust with 71.9%, and Mapletree Commercial Trust at 70.8%, reports the Singapore Business Review. These three alone mark a 75.6% three-year return and a 119.4% five-year return.

Aside from those ten trusts, Temasek also put money into 15 other companies which saw a return of 6.1%, according to the Singapore Exchange (SGX). On top of this, 15 other enterprises saw an average of 6.1% in returns over 3 years.

Source: Trustnodes

Big trust returns

The trusts also saw five-year returns of 67.4% and a ten-year return of 82.7%. However, the companies fared a little different, with a five-year return of -0.2%, though a positive 82.6% return at the ten-year marker.

Overall, it seems that companies in Singapore are performing quite well. Temasek, fortunately, is a prominent enough and well-researched enough money-lender to make good market investments that usually lead to a positive return, as demonstrated above. To get involved if you’re in the area, check out the Money Kintecs’ Guide to Licensed Money Lenders in Singapore.

Remember, all trading carries risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

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