These are entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore on Tuesday, 11 January 2022: Nomura Holdings and JGC Ventures.
SG buybacks Tues., 11 Jan. 2022: Nanofilm, Jardine Matheson, HK Land, OUE, Hour Glass, Broadway, SHS, Global Investments, Global Palm and HG Metal.
SG stocks Tuesday, 11 Jan 2022: Mapletree Logistics, SembMarine, CapitaLand Investments’ The Ascott, ComfortDelGro, ESR-REIT, EC World REIT and NutryFarm.
Mapletree Logistics Trust said Monday it has no plans to merge with Mapletree Industrial, saying there was “no compelling reason” for a deal.
Singapore substantial shareholder changes: Chip Eng Seng, SHS Holdings and A-Sonic Aerospace.
ESR-REIT is selling its general industrial property at 28 Senoko Drive in Singapore to Tat Seng Packaging for S$12M, the REIT said Monday.
SG buybacks on Monday, 10 January 2022: Jardine Matheson, Hongkong Land, ComfortDelGro, Global Investments, HG Metal, The Hour Glass and OUE.
CapitaLand Investment’s lodging subsidiary The Ascott secured 15,100 units across 72 properties globally in 2021, marking five years of record growth.
EC World REIT said Monday its Fu Zhuo Industrial property is being compulsorily acquired by the Linping District government.
SG stocks Monday, 10 Jan. 2022: iFAST, SPH REIT, Mermaid Maritime, Ezra, Stamford Land, Hiap Seng, Vibrant, Boldtek, Nordic and Starburst.
Singapore stake changes: OUE Commercial REIT, OUE, Addvalue, LHT, Darco Water, Alset International and Sitra Holdings (International).
SPH REIT’s occupancy for its Singapore properties improved in the fiscal first quarter on its leasing strategy, the REIT said Friday.