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These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Thursday, 16 May 2019: Singtel, OCBC, Kimly, Straits Trading and China Sunsine.
Frasers Logistics Trust said Thursday it entered a deal to divest the warehouse and hardstand components of an Australia, property for A$15 million.
TEE International’s subsidiary TEE Infrastructure has won four waste management contracts from Changi Airport Group (Singapore), the company said Thursday.
Civil engineering firm Yongnam has obtained five contracts worth S$120.8 million across Singapore, Hong Kong and India, the company said Thursday.
Singapore Airlines reported Thursday its fiscal fourth quarter net profit dropped 27.8 percent on-year to S$202.6 million on a weaker operating performance.
The U.S. trade war with China may have dented a broad swathe of sectors, but it’s given China’s property market a big fillip.
Frasers Centrepoint Trust is proposing to raise at least S$421.7 million from a private placement of new units and a non-renounceable preferential offering.
Frasers Centrepoint Trust entered a deal to acquire one-third of Waterway Point mall for S$433.3 million from Frasers Property, the trust said Thursday.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Thursday, 16 May 2019: UOB, Singapore Airlines, OCBC, Hyflux, UOL and Ezion.
Banyan Tree Holdings reported Wednesday its 1Q19 net profit tumbled 74 percent on-year to S$5.23 million after its interest in BTAC was diluted.
Frasers Centrepoint Trust requested a trading halt before the market open on Thursday, pending an announcement.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Wednesday, 15 May 2019: OCBC and Straits Trading.
China Everbright Water reported Wednesday its first quarter net profit increased 16 percent on-year to HK$206.35 million as construction revenue increased.
Parkson Retail Asia’s fiscal third quarter net loss narrowed to S$5.39 million, from a S$7.82 million net loss in the year-ago period, amid lower expenses.
Uni-Asia reported Wednesday its first quarter net profit rose 10 percent on-year to US$3.66 million on better investment returns and higher hotel income.
Ezion Holdings reported Wednesday its 1Q19 loss after tax narrowed to US$12.85 million from US$40.37 million in the year-ago period, amid lower expenses.