Thai Beverage said Friday its subsidiary International Beverage Holdings incorporated two subsidiaries in Hong Kong: Chang HK and International Breweries.
Uni-Asia Group reported Wednesday its second quarter net profit jumped 52 percent on-year to US$2.96 million on higher investment returns and hotel income.
Valuetronics said Wednesday its fiscal 1Q net profit fell 3.1% on-year to HK$48.1M as the U.S. trade war spurs customers to seek production outside China.
China Everbright Water reported Tuesday its 1H19 net profit rose 13% on-year to HK$420.49M on more higher margin projects.
Japan Foods said Thursday it entered a JV with Ajisen Investments to operate Japanese ramen restaurants under the Konjiki Hototogisu in Hong Kong.
Jardine Matheson and Jardine Strategic both reported Friday slightly weaker underlying net profit for the first half, citing a weaker Indonesian car market.
Mandarin Oriental reported Thursday a first half net loss of US$12.1 million, hit by the closure of The Excelsior in Hong Kong and a renovation in Bangkok.
Hongkong Land reported Thursday first half net profit fell 63 percent on-year to US$411 million, due property revaluations.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Monday, 29 July 2019: SIA Engineering, FLT, Stamford Land, UOL, Keppel and Fortune REIT.
Wealth-management platform iFAST Corp. reported Saturday its 2Q19 net profit dropped 16.5 percent on-year to S$2.45 million amid platform-development costs.
Swiber said Wednesday its wholly owned subsidiary SOC entered a deal with Hilong Marine Engineering (Hong Kong) (HME) to form a joint venture for pipelines.
HPHT reported Wednesday its second quarter net profit fell 19.7 percent on-year to HK$136.5 million amid a hit from the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
These are Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Tuesday, 15 July 2019: Keppel REIT, SGX, Suntec REIT, Kingsmen Creatives and KIT.
Kingsmen Creatives said Monday it entered a deal with Vision High (HK) to open NERF family entertainment center attractions in China.
Jardine Cycle & Carriage said Wednesday Alex Newbigging will step down as group managing director, to become CEO of Jardine International Motors (JIM).
China Everbright Water obtained three environmental protection projects requiring a total investment of around CNY340M, the water infrastructure player said Thursday.
CapitaLand said Monday it entered a deal to divest its 24.09 percent stake in Hong Kong-listed Central China Real Estate for HK$2.83 billion.
China Everbright Water said Friday it obtained the Haimen Waste Water Treatment Project and upgrading in Jiangsu province.
Temasek has agreed to take a 21.7 percent stake in Li & Fung’s wholly owned logistics subsidiary, LF Logistics, the Hong Kong-listed company said Friday.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Friday, 28 June 2019: Olam International, KSH Holdings and Jardine Strategic.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Thursday, 27 June 2019: OCBC, Olam, Stamford Land, KSH and Global Palm Resources.
Hyflux said Wednesday it renegotiated a CNY617M loan facility agreement between its wholly owned subsidiary, Tianjin Dagang Newspring, and Bank of China.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 26 June 2019: Indofood Agri, CapitaLand and Frasers Commercial Trust.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Tuesday, 25 June 2019: OCBC, Olam International and Stamford Land.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Thursday, 20 June 2019: OCBC, Keppel REIT, Olam, KSH Holdings and Stamford Land.
Fortune REIT intends to delist its secondary listing on the SGX while remaining listed in Hong Kong, the REIT’s manager said in a filing to SGX Wednesday.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Monday, 17 June 2019: OCBC, Olam, Stamford Land, Jardine Strategic and Boustead Singapore.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Friday, 14 June 2019: Frasers Logistics Trust, CapitaLand, LMIR Trust, ESR and Chip Eng Seng.