Singapore share buybacks Friday: Keppel REIT, UOB, SingHaiyi, POSH

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These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Friday 30 November 2018:

Keppel REIT

Keppel REIT’s manager said on Friday that it bought back 1,177,300 units in the market at S$1.15 each for a total consideration, including other costs, of S$1.36 million.

The repurchased units will be cancelled, the REIT manager said.

Since the April 2018 start of its buyback mandate, Keppel REIT has bought back 14,717,700 units, or 0.4342 percent of its issued units excluding treasury units at the time its buyback began, it said in a filing to SGX after the market close on Friday.

UOB

UOB said on Friday that it bought back 70,199 shares in the market at S$24.94 to S$25.29 each for a total consideration, including other costs, of S$1.77 million.

Since the April 2018 start of its buyback mandate, UOB has bought back 5,083,403 shares, or 0.3061 percent of its issued shares excluding treasury shares at the time its mandate began, it said in a filing to SGX after the market close on Friday.

SingHaiyi Group

SingHaiyi Group said on Friday that it bought back 1.355 million shares in the market at S$0.0803 each for a total consideration, including other costs, of S$108,970.

Since the July 2018 start of its buyback mandate, SingHaiyi has bought back 14,613,200 shares, or 0.341 percent of its issued shares excluding treasury shares at the time its mandate began, it said in a filing to SGX after the market close on Friday.

PACC Offshore Services Holdings

PACC Offshore Services Holdings, or POSH, said on Friday that it bought back 135,000 shares in the market at S$0.193481 each for a total consideration, including other costs, of S$26,173.

Since the April 2018 start of its buyback mandate, POSH has bought back 918,800 shares, or S$0.051 percent of its issued shares excluding treasury shares at the time its mandate began, it said in a filing to SGX after the market close on Friday.

Duty Free International

Duty Free International said on Friday that it bought back 75,200 shares at S$0.19933 each for a total consideration, including other costs, of S$15,076.

Since the June 2018 start of its buyback mandate, Duty Free International has bought back 4,456,200 shares, or 0.367 percent of its issued shares excluding treasury shares at the time its mandate began, it said in a filing to SGX after the market close on Friday.

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