SG buybacks Tuesday, 18 January 2022: OCBC, Jardine Matheson, HK Land, Geo Energy,, Hour Glass, G.H.Y Culture & Media, Pan-United and SHS.
DBS said Hongkong Land’s shares are supported by share buybacks and signs the Hong Kong Central area office market is bottoming.
SG debt listings Tues., 18 Jan. 2022: India Clean Energy, Ex-Im Bank of Korea, Shriram Transport Finance, KNOC, DaFa Properties, Taichen Development (BVI) and HKT Capital No.6.
SG buybacks Mon., 17 Jan. 2022: OCBC, Jardine Matheson, Hongkong Land, OUE, Pan-United, G.H.Y Culture, Hour Glass, Global Investments and SHS.
Singapore company briefs on Monday, 17 January 2022: ComfortDelGro, SIIC Environment, A-Sonic Aerospace and Sunright.
UOB‘s proposed acquisition of Citigroup‘s Asean-4 consumer business for nearly S$5 billion is “fairly priced,” DBS said in a note Monday.
UOB‘s proposed acquisition of Citigroup‘s consumer assets in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam is a game-changer, Daiwa said Friday.
SG buybacks Friday, 14 January 2022: Hongkong Land, Jardine Matheson, Nanofilm, OUE, Raffles Medical, Global Investments, Hour Glass and SHS.
ECON Healthcare (Asia), which posted a material loss on trades in Crosstec, said Chairman and CEO Ong Chu Poh also acquired Crosstec shares.
TEE International’s auditors have cited material uncertainties over its ability to continue as a going concern.
ECON Healthcare (Asia) has sold its 11.8 million shares of Crosstec after the value plunged around 85 percent, a loss considered “material.”
SG buybacks Thursday 13 January 2022: Hongkong Land, Jardine Matheson, OUE, Nanofilm, Food Empire, Hour Glass, HG Metal, Hotung and SHS.