Singapore-listed iFAST attributed its shares’ jump Wednesday to previously announced news about its contract for a Hong Kong pension project.
Blumont entered a deal to sell a vacant plot of land in Malaysia to Armani Alliance for MYR20M in cash, the company said Wednesday.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Wednesday, 15 Sept. 2021: UOB, OCBC, The Hour Glass, Boustead Singapore and Global Investments.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Wednesday, 15 Sept. 2021: OUE, Suntec REIT, Spackman, King Wan, Grand Venture Technology, Memiontec, Alpha DX, Raffles Infrastructure, Low Keng Huat, Mercurius Capital Investment, Abundance International and HS Optimus.
UOB priced GBP850M floating rate covered bonds due 2026, in what may be Singapore’s first issuance of Sterling Overnight Interest Rate Average (SONIA) benchmark notes.
King Wan and Evercomm entered a JV to be called King Wan Eco Solutions (KWES), to upgrade and retrofit buildings for better sustainability.
OUE has proposed issuing S$150 million 3.5 percent notes due 2026, the property developer said in a filing to SGX Tuesday.
Spackman entered a deal to sell Zip Korea to a subsidiary of South Korean internet company Kakao Corp., for around S$19.80 million, in cash.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Tuesday, 14 Sept. 2021: OCBC, UOB, OUE, Eurosports, CNMC Goldmine and Global Investments.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Tuesday, 13 Sept. 2021: KTL Global, Nanofilm, Temasek, Keppel DC REIT, SembMarine, Grand Banks Yachts and Ly Corp.
KTL Global tied up with a Taiwan farming co-op and logistics company Jinhao Shipping for a Southeast Asia food-supply logistics network.
Singapore companies which announced personnel changes on Monday, 13 September 2021: Singapore Exchange (SGX), Hiap Hoe and SingHaiyi Group.