Singapore companies in focus on Tues., 19 Oct. 2021: Wilmar, GuocoLand, Yeoman Capital, Raffles Education, Willas-Array, Lian Beng, Raffles Infrastructure, King Wan, Ntegrator, Beng Kuang, Nordic, Renaissance United and Civmec.
The proposed IPO of Adani Wilmar, a 50:50 JV between the Adani Group and Wilmar, has gotten a go-ahead from India’s regulators.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Monday, 18 October 2021: UOB, Singapore Exchange (SGX), Hongkong Land, Jardine Matheson Holdings, Food Empire Holdings,…
Raffles Education shares plunged after major shareholder Oei Hong Leong criticized Chairman and CEO Chew Hua Seng for hiring “all his adult members of his family at high salaries.”
Stocks in focus Monday, 18 October 2021: SIA, SGX, ESR-REIT, ALOG, Nanofilm, United Hampshire US REIT, Ntegrator, VCPlus, Azeus Systems, Kim Heng, Guoan, Clearbridge Health, Abundance, Jasper, Ezion, Goodland, AnnAik, and F J Benjamin.
Singapore companies announcing share buybacks Friday, 16 October 2021: UOB, OCBC, Hongkong Land, Broadway Industrial and Global Investments.
Singapore companies in focus Fri., 14 Oct. 2021: Keppel DC REIT, M1, Ascendas REIT, United Hampshire US REIT, Nanofilm, Hong Leong Asia, BRC Asia, Yanlord, Ascendas India Trust, Chip Eng Seng and Kitchen Culture.
Singapore companies announcing buybacks Thurs., 14 Oct. 2021: OCBC, UOB, Nanofilm, Hongkong Land, Q & M Dental,, ST Group Food and Global Investments.
Singapore companies in focus for Thurs., 14 Oct. 2021: Keppel, Challenger, Dymon Asia, AA REIT, Duty Free International, Dasin Retail Trust Management, ASL Marine, JUMBO and Chuan Hup.
Duty Free International said Wednesday its fiscal 2Q net loss narrowed to MYR5.65M, mainly on lower expenses as its stores were shuttered.
Challenger entered a deal to allot 56.55 million new shares, or 14.08 percent of the enlarged capital, to Dymon Asia Private Equity.
Singapore companies announcing share buybacks Wed., 13 Oct. 2021: OCBC, Sembcorp Industries, Q & M Dental, Goodland, Broadway Industrial, G.K. Goh and Global Investments.