Thai Beverage reported Thursday fiscal 1Q net profit rose 35.5 percent on-year as revenue from the spirits, F&N/FPL and food businesses all increased.
Soilbuild REIT said Thursday a third party has filed an application for tenant NK Ingredients to be placed under judicial management.
RHB upgraded ComfortDelGro to Buy after its taxi business showed surprise resilience and as the public transportation business’ contribution grew.
ST Engineering said Thursday its electronics arm will set up a JV with DSO to offer analyticsand information products based on satellite imagery.
EC World REIT’s unit price has dropped around 10 percent since its 2016 initial public offering, taking a hit alongside a host of China-focused investments as concerns over the U.S. trade war hurt sentiment.
DBS sharply cut its outlook for Hutchison Port Holdings Trust’s payouts after the port operator’s earnings missed forecasts due to a large impairment.
Singtel reported Thursday its fiscal 3Q net profit fell 14.2% on-year to S$823 million amid headwinds in India. The results missed a forecast from DBS.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Thursday, 13 February 2019: Singtel, ComfortDelGro, SATS, JUMBO and Accordia Golf Trust.
Iconic Singapore chili crab restaurateur JUMBO Group reported on Wednesday its fiscal first quarter net profit rose 15.7 percent on-year to S$2.43 million.
Accordia Golf Trust reported fiscal 3Q net profit increased 24.7% on-year to 3.21 billion yen as improved weather helped to boost player numbers.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Wednesday, 13 February 2019: Keppel REIT and Stamford Land.
NetLink NBN Trust reported Wednesday its fiscal 3Q net profit came in at S$19.6 million, above the projection of S$16.7 million from its IPO prospectus.
SATS reported Wednesday fiscal 3Q net profit increased 3.5% on-year to S$68.9M on volume growth in its Food Solutions and Gateway Services segments.
ComfortDelGro reported Wednesday its 2018 net profit rose 0.6% to S$303.3M on contributions from new acquisitions. That beat some analysts’ forecasts.
Thai Beverage appears set to report on Thursday solid earnings growth for its fiscal first quarter amid rising beer sales in Thailand, CGS-CIMB said in a note on Tuesday.
OCBC downgraded Hutchison Port Holdings Trust, or HPHT, to Sell from Buy after its earnings missed following a large goodwill write-down.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 13 February 2019: HPHT, Frasers Property, SGX, Kimly, FEHT and Perennial.
Yoma Strategic reported Wednesday a fiscal 3Q net loss of S$5.2M, swinging from a year-earlier net profit amid higher expenses for its new businesses.
Far East Hospitality Trust reported Wednesday its 4Q18 net property income increased 13.9%, in line with analyst forecasts, amid a hotel recovery.
Perennial Real Estate reported on Wednesday that its fourth quarter net profit fell 42 percent on-year to S$16.0 million, mainly on higher finance costs.
Fund managers remained bearish, with cash overweights at their highest since the Global Financial Crisis, the BofA-ML February fund manager survey found.
Frasers Property reported Tuesday fiscal 1Q net profit jumped 76.1% on-year, boosted by a larger recurring income base and sales of residential projects.
Hutchison Port Holdings Trust reported Tuesday a 4Q18 net loss of HK$12.11B, swinging from a year-ago profit on impairments related to trade tensions.
Stamford Land reported on Tuesday its fiscal third quarter net profit increased 44.5 percent on-year to S$14.08 million amid foreign-exchange gains and higher property development revenue.
SBS Transit reported on Tuesday that its full-year net profit jumped 70.0 percent on-year to S$80.10 million amid higher rail ridership and bus mileage.