Singapore-style coffee shop operator Kimly reported on Tuesday its fiscal first quarter net profit fell 8.2 percent on-year to S$5.3 million despite increased revenue as costs rose.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Tuesday, 12 February 2019: Mapletree Industrial Trust, CapitaLand Mall Trust, M1, Hyflux and Sakae.
Valuetronics reported its fiscal third quarter net profit rose 2.6 percent to HK$59.7 million despite a decline in consumer electronics (CE) revenue.
Mapletree Industrial Trust’s private placement was oversubscribed, raising around S$201.0 million after pricing above its indicative range, it said Tuesday.
Mapletree Industrial Trust launched a private placement of 90.44 million new units to raise up to S$175 million, it said in a filing to SGX late on Monday.
Vividthree Holdings reported on Monday that its fiscal third quarter net profit dropped 16.1 percent on-year to S$1.2 million amid higher expenses.
Sushi restaurateur Sakae Holdings reported on Monday a fiscal second quarter net loss of S$545,000, swinging from a year-ago net profit of S$99,000 amid efforts to “streamline” operations.
Fraser and Neave reported on Monday that its fiscal first quarter net profit rose 47.5 percent on-year to S$37.95 million amid higher contributions from the dairies operations.
Oxley Holdings reported on Monday fiscal second quarter net profit attributable to owners of the company dropped 33 percent on-year to S$45.24 million, mainly on lower revenue from a project in the U.K.
CapitaLand Mall Trust’s wholly owned subsidiary CMT MTN issued S$100 million of fixed rate notes due 11 February 2026 to institutional and/or sophisticated investors, it…
Ascendas India Trust said on Monday that it signed non-binding term sheets for the proposed acquisition of two warehouses in a logistics park at Khurja, Uttar Pradesh.
SIA Engineering had an “ugly” fiscal third quarter, which missed forecasts, but it’s “not as terrible as it looks,” as it was mainly from one-offs at associates, Maybank KimEng said in a note on Monday.
The worst isn’t over for SIA Engineering amid deteriorating fundamentals, Daiwa said on Friday after earnings missed forecasts on surprise provisions for joint ventures and associates.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus Monday, 11 February 2019: SIA Engineering, Manulife US REIT, Ascendas REIT, No Signboard and Creative.
APAC Realty, which holds exclusive ERA regional master franchise rights in 17 Asia Pacific countries, said on Monday it entered partnerships in Indonesia and Thailand to expand its presence.
Yoma Strategic plans to acquire a 65 percent stake in Yankin Kyay Oh Group (YKKO), one of Myanmar’s largest restaurant chains, for around S$17.08 million, it said Monday.
Manulife US REIT reported on Monday its fourth quarter net property income increased 38.4 percent on-year to US$25.49 million on the four office properties acquired in 2017 and 2018.
DBS downgraded Ezion to Hold from Buy and slashed its target price to S$0.06 from S$0.14 after the company issued a profit warning last week.
Home appliance and furniture retailer Courts Asia reported on Saturday a fiscal third quarter net loss of S$171,000, swinging from a year-earlier net profit of S$3.51 million amid a drop in service charge income.
Creative Technology said Saturday its wholly owned subsidiary ZiiLabs settled patent infringement lawsuits against patent aggregator RPX.
Ascendas REIT said Friday it accepted the letter of offer from JTC for a one-north area land parcel for Grab’s Singapore headquarters.
Iconic Singapore chili crab restaurateur No Signboard Holdings said on Friday that the company won’t bear the costs of its mishandled share buyback in late January.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Friday, 8 February 2019: Singapore Post.
SIA Engineering reported Friday fiscal 3Q net profit dropped 40.1% on-year to S$33.1M, amid one-time events at associated and joint-venture companies.
These are Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Friday, 8 February 2019: Keppel Corp., Singapore Post, Global Palm, Cromwell European REIT and CRCT.