These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Wednesday, 19 June 2019: OCBC, Olam, Keppel REIT, Stamford Land and Global Palm Resources.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus Wednesday, 19 June 2019: BofA-ML fund manager survey, Sembcorp Industries, SGX, CapitaLand and Hyflux.
Airtel Africa set the price range Monday for its initial public offering (IPO) at 80 pence to 100 pence a share, the telco said in a filing to the LSE.
The S$0.3275 a share takeover bid for Indofood Agri is “not fair but reasonable,” the independent financial adviser for recommending directors has said.
Singtel Optus’ wholly owned subsidiary Optus Finance priced 500 million euro 0-year fixed-rate notes at 1.0 percent, Singtel said Friday.
LMIR Trust said Thursday it priced a US$250M five-year bond offering at 7.25%, in Asia’s first U.S. dollar high-yield bond issued by a REIT.
Singapore state-owned investment company GIC said Thursday it tied up with data-center provider Polymer Connected to develop a Jakarta data center campus.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 11 June 2019: Temasek, Sembcorp, Gallant, OUE, China Jinjiang Environment, OCBC and UOB.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Friday, 7 June 2019: Olam International, Raffles Medical and Global Palm Resources.
Airtel Africa plans to proceed with an IPO on the London Stock Exchange, aiming to raise US$750 million, Bharti Airtel said Tuesday.
Lippo Malls Indonesia Retail Trust said Monday that both Moody’s Investors Service and Fitch Ratings Singapore had assigned credit ratings to the trust.
These are Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Monday, 3 June 2019: Genting Singapore, ST Engineering, OUE, SPH and Perennial.
Singtel completed its subscription to 170.10 million new shares of Bharti Airtel under its rights issue, the Singapore telco said Wednesday.
Airtel Africa plans to seek a potential IPO on the London Stock Exchange, India’s Bharti Airtel said in a letter to the Indian stock exchanges Tuesday.
Fraser and Neave’s deal to acquire Starbucks Coffee (Thailand) via a joint venture is a positive for Thai Beverage, Nomura said in a note Friday.
Fraser and Neave has injected around S$114.84 million into two JVs to facilitate the acquisition of Starbucks Thailand, the beverage maker said Friday.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Friday, 24 May 2019: Fraser and Neave, Thai Beverage, Keppel Infrastructure Trust and ESR.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Thursday, 23 May 2019: DBS, OCBC, Japfa and China Sunsine Chemical.
F&N said Thursday it tied up with Maxim’s Caterers to acquire Starbucks Coffee (Thailand) in a move to enter Thailand’s retail coffee market.
These are Singapore companies which announced share buybacks on Thursday, 16 May 2019: Singtel, OCBC, Kimly, Straits Trading and China Sunsine.
Banyan Tree Holdings reported Wednesday its 1Q19 net profit tumbled 74 percent on-year to S$5.23 million after its interest in BTAC was diluted.
First Resources reported Wednesday its 1Q19 net profit dropped 55.7 percent on-year to US$12.29 million on weaker crude palm oil prices.
Singtel reported Wednesday its fiscal 4Q net profit rose 0.4 percent on-year to S$773 million the Australian dollar’s decline.
Kencana Agri reported Tuesday it swung to a 1Q19 net profit of US$602,000 on fair value gains on biological assets and the stronger Indonesian rupiah.
Bumitama Agri reported Tuesday its first quarter net profit dropped 52.3 percent to 110.61 billion rupiah as crude palm oil (CPO) prices declined.