China Everbright Water proposed Wednesday a listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to raise up to HK$452 million, or around S$78.36 million. The water…Read More
Mapletree Commercial Trust reported Tuesday its fiscal 4Q net property income rose 3.9% on-year to S$87.56 million on higher contributions from VivoCity.
Olam made a binding offer to acquire all of Nigeria-based Dangote Flour Mills for around S$490.44 million, the agri-business said in an SGX filing Tuesday.
ComfortDelGro said Tuesday it plans to acquire New South Wales bus operator B&E Blanch for A$28.3 million, or around S$27.32 million.
Morgan Stanley said the quick election victory of Indonesia’s incumbent President Widodo set the stage for the continuation of structural reform policies.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Tuesday, 23 April 2019: Mapletree Industrial Trust, ComfortDelGro, ST Engineering and LMIRT.
Frasers Commercial Trust reported Tuesday fiscal 2Q net property income dropped 10.5% on-year to S$20.09M on lower occupancy and a weaker Australian dollar.
Keppel REIT entered a deal to acquire an around 99.38 percent stake in a Seoul office building for around S$301.4 million, the REIT said Tuesday.
Arab Banking Corp. provided notice that the project company for Hyflux’s Magtaa desalination project made a claim under a contract-performance guarantee, Hyflux said Tuesday.
CapitaLand said Tuesday it divested its StorHub self-storage business, which has a portfolio of 12 properties, for S$185M to an unrelated third party.
LMIR Trust reported Monday its 1Q19 net property income dropped 7.8 percent on-year to S$40.51 million amid lower rental income and the weaker rupiah.
Mapletree Industrial Trust reported Monday its fiscal 4Q net property income rose 11.7% on-year to S$75.85 million on new contributions from acquisitions.
ComfortDelGro tapped Nicholas Yap to take on the role of country head and CEO for its Australian operations, the transportation company said Monday.
ST Engineering’s aerospace and electronics sectors obtained new contracts valued at around S$2.1B in 1Q19, the technology and defense company said Monday.
UOB’s NIM may face pressure ahead as more expensive fixed deposits make up a greater portion of the bank’s funding mix, Phillip Capital said.
Perennial Real Estate warned Monday it expected to report a 1Q19 net loss due to a weaker operating performance of some assets and higher financing costs.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Monday, 22 April 2019: Keppel, CCT, CapitaLand, Accordia Golf Trust and JUMBO.