These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Friday, 19 July 2019: Keppel, SATS, Thai Beverage, OCBC, Prime US REIT and AA REIT.Read More
CapitaLand Commercial Trust priced its private placement at S$2.095 a unit, near the top of its range after strong demand, the trust said Thursday.
Soilbuild REIT reported Wednesday its 2Q19 net property income increased 12.8% on-year to S$22.36M, on the conversion of Solaris to a multi-tenanted property.
Fish breeder Qian Hu reported Wednesday its 2Q19 net profit surged 61.6% on-year despite lower sales of pet fish, amid a boost from its edible fish segment.
United Overseas Bank said Wednesday its Sydney branch plans to issue A$500 million of floating rate notes due July 2022.
Hyflux said Wednesday it sought clarification from Utico after media reports emerged with conflicting valuations for the UAE-based company’s investment.
CapitaLand Commercial Trust proposed a private placement of new units to raise around S$220 million, the trust said late Wednesday.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Wednesday 17 July 2019: Olam, Straits Trading, Duty Free and CDW.
Suntec REIT’s acquisition of an Adelaide, Australia, office building looks “compelling,” even for a secondary city, Daiwa said in a note Tuesday.
CGS-CIMB downgraded Keppel DC REIT to Hold from Add, saying the positive industry fundamentals and potential catalysts are fully priced in.
Analysts weigh in on how Keppel REIT’s second-quarter results shaped up.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 17 July 2019: Keppel, KORE, Keppel DC REIT, JUMBO, Yangziajiang and Maxi-Cash.
Frasers Property said Wednesday it secured a A$750 million five-year term loan, including a A$500 million five-year green loan tranche with reduced pricing.
Co-working space provider WeWork entered a deal to lease all of the 21 Collyer Quay property from CapitaLand Commercial Trust, the trust said Wednesday.
CapitaLand Commercial Trust entered a deal to acquire 94.9% of Main Airport Center (MAC) in Frankfurtfor 251.5 million euros, the trust said Wednesday.
CapitaLand Commercial Trust reported Wednesday its 2Q19 net property income increased 0.8% on-year to S$78.38M. The result missed a forecast from Daiwa.
Global fund managers were a tad less pessimistic, but they continued to fret over economic risks, the BofA-ML fund manager survey for July found.