LHN Group entered a joint venture with Way Assets and Lim Hock San for the acquisition of the Tuas South property, the company said Sunday.
Kopernik Global Investors became a substantial shareholder of Yoma Strategic after acquiring 850,000 shares at S$0.127 each.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Wednesday, 22 Sept. 2021: Nanofilm, Temasek, CLI, Cromwell European REIT, Oxley, SembMarine, Lendlease Global Commercial REIT, Suntec REIT, Metech, Asian Micro, NeraTel and Blumont.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Monday, 20 Sept. 2021: CapitaLand, SembMarine, OUE, Lendlease Global Commercial REIT, iFAST, Darco Water, Spackman, Clearbridge Health, Best World, Hatten Land, Megachem and F J Benjamin.
Singapore companies which may be in focus on Friday, 17 September 2021: SIA, UOB, Tiong Seng, MoneyMax, No Signboard, Hatten Land, SMI, Hotel Royal and Swiber.
Oxley has offered to buy back part of its S$150M 5.70% notes due 2022 for cash at the face value, the property developer said Wednesday.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Tuesday, 31 August 2021: Sembcorp , Keppel Infrastructure Trust, Mapletree Logistics, China Kangda Food, ESR-REIT, OKP, Shangri-La Asia, Thakral, Hatten Land, FSL Trust and Memionte
Singapore companies which may be in focus on Friday, 27 August 2021: SGX, Oxley, Hotel Properties, Nanofilm, Temasek, Keppel DC REIT, GuocoLand, Keppel, Creative Technology and Chip Eng Seng.
Oxley reported Thursday its fiscal 2H net profit came in at S$9.48M, swinging from a year-ago loss on higher sales and lower finance costs.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Tuesday, 24 August 2021: Nanofilm, NetLink NBN Trust, AIMS APAC REIT, Soilbuild REIT, SingHaiyi and HC Surgical Specialists.
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.
Yoma said Wednesday Myanmar’s Covid restrictions would likely have a “severe impact” on its businesses, especially the F&B and motor units.