Maxi-Cash reported Thursday its 2Q19 net profit dropped 20% on-year to S$2.80M amid lower sales from the retail of jewelry and branded merchandise.
UOL Group posted second quarter net profit increased 48 percent on-year to S$195.38 million on higher fair value gains on investment properties.
SBS Transit reported Thursday its 2Q19 net profit rose 24.5% on-year to S$24.19M on higher revenue and lower premises costs.
SGX said Thursday its futures volume climbed in July as the escalating trade war fueled demand for risk management in commodities and foreign-exchange.
Frasers Property reported Thursday its fiscal 3Q net profit jumped 68.2 percent on-year to S$333.9 million on recurring income sources and fair-value gains.
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Temasek entered an agreement to acquire D’Crypt from StarHub and D’Crypt’s founding shareholders, the telco said in a filing to SGX Thursday.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Thursday, 8 August 2019: Keppel REIT, Stamford Land and Singapore Shipping.
Venture Corp. reported Thursday its second quarter net profit fell 7 percent on-year to S$90.81 million amid higher depreciation costs and as margins fell.
Noble Group Holdings issued a reminder to shareholders of “Old Noble” that they must register to receive their shares in the new entity.
No Signboard Holdings said Thursday it would cease the operations of its Hawker QSR restaurants due to continuing losses.
Yangzijiang Shipbuilding requested a trading halt on its shares Thursday, pending an announcement, after the stock tumbled as much as 28.5 percent intraday.
Singtel posted Thursday its fiscal 1Q net profit dropped 34.9% on-year to S$541 million on losses from Airtel and higher depreciation and amortization.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Thursday, 8 August 2019: Fraser and Neave, Halcyon Agri, Koufu, Kimly and Noble.
Cromwell European REIT reported Thursday its 1H net property income rose 33.7 percent on-year to EUR54.13M, mainly on the acquisition of 22 new properties.
City Developments posted Thursday its 2Q19 net profit fell 26.4% on-year to S$162.40M, mainly on the timing of profit recognition for property development.
The Shanghai International Energy Exchange approved seven of Halcyon Agri’s factories to supply Technically Specified Rubber 20 for delivery, the rubber producer said Wednesday.
MindChamps PreSchool reported Wednesday its 2Q19 net profit tumbled 74 percent on-year to S$319,000 as higher expenses offset strong revenue growth.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Wednesday, 7 August 2019: Stamford Land, Singapore Shipping and Cheung Woh Technologies.
OUE Commercial REIT reported Wednesday its 2Q19 net property income jumped 20.1% on-year to S$40.75M, mainly on the acquisition of OUE Downtown Office.
Noble Group reported Monday a first half net profit of US$45.91 million on strong global demand for the company’s traded commodities.
Singapore-style coffee shop operator Kimly reported Wednesday its fiscal 3Q net profit fell 6% on-year to S$4.69M despite higher revenue as expenses rose.
Fraser and Neave reported Wednesday its fiscal third quarter net profit increased 9 percent on-year to S$54.83 million on higher soft drink and dairy sales.
Frasers Property said Wednesday it tendered its 39.92 percent stake in Golden Land Property, to Frasers Property Thailand for around S$350.6 million.
Koufu reported Wednesday 2Q19 net profit increased 16.2% on-year on stronger contributions from both the outlet and mall management and F&B retail segments.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 7 August 2019: CapitaLand, Perennial, SGX, StarHub, EC World REIT, No Signboard and JUMBO.
Perennial Real Estate reported Wednesday its second quarter net profit dropped 74.9 percent on-year to S$2.17 million on higher finance costs.
CapitaLand reported Wednesday its 2Q19 net profit fell 4.2% on-year to S$579.81M, mainly on one-off costs related to the acquisition of Ascendas-Singbridge.