Singapore companies which may be in focus Mon., 4 Oct. 2021: Blumont, Nanofilm, Temasek, IREIT Global, ComfortDelGro, Kimly, Megachem, Addvalue and Interra.
IREIT Global’s manager IREIT Global Group disposed of 2.19M units of the REIT to Bond Capital Partners for S$0.6155 each.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Friday, 24 Sept. 2021: Frasers Property, Keppel, CLI, Cromwell European REIT, Oxley, Darco Water, Hwa Hong, GS Holdings, LHN , Mercurius Capital Investment, Hatten Land, FSL Trust, Karin Technology, Geo Energy and SinoCloud.
IREIT Global entered a deal to acquire an office building in Barcelona from Madrid-listed Inmobiliaria Colonial, SOCIMI, S.A. for EUR27.2M.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Monday, 13 Sept. 2021: CityDev, GENS, SGX, Nanofilm, Temasek, AA REIT, Wilmar, Venture, OUE, OUE Lippo Healthcare, Darco Water Technologies, Accrelist, KTL Global, Ly, Regal and TEE.
City Developments has entered a deal to exit its holding in Sincere for US$1, in a move to ring-fence the impact of a troubled investment.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Wednesday, 1 September 2021: CDLHT, Olam, ST Engineering, City Developments, MCL Land, First REIT, Ascendas REIT, Uni-Asia and Delfi.
City Developments and MCL Land have arranged S$847M in green loans to finance two upcoming Singapore developments under their 50:50 JV.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Thursday, 19 Aug 2021: Nanofilm, LMIR Trust, Tuan Sing, CapitaLand, StarHub, Dyna-Mac, Spackman and Accrelist.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Tuesday, 17 August 2021: Singapore Airlines, Del Monte Pacific, ComfortDelGro, IREIT Global, KORE, Temasek, OUE, The Hour Glass, Isetan Singapore, Singapore Myanmar Investco, G.H.Y. Culture & Media and Transit-Mixed Concrete.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Thursday, 12 August 2021: Wilmar, Dyna-Mac, Temasek, KORE, Dasin Retail Trust, HPHT, APAC Realty, Fu Yu, Boldtek, Asiaphos and TEE International.
City Developments said Thursday it swung to a 1H21 net loss as the hotel operations were hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and higher taxes in New Zealand.