Singapore companies which may be in focus Friday, 30 July 2021: SIA, Sheng Siong, Starhill Global REIT, Dairy Farm, Mandarin Oriental and Raffles Education.
These are entities which announced debt listing confirmations on SGX on Thursday, 29 July 2021: The Export-Import Bank of Korea.
Del Monte Pacific said Friday it swung to a fiscal second quarter net loss of US$37.35M, from a year-ago net profit of US$8.43M, due to one-off expenses.
Yoma Strategic said Monday it has completed the placement of 332.5 million new shares to an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Ayala Corp.
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Ayala Corp. will invest up to US$237.5M to take an up to 20% stake in each of Yoma Strategic and its affiliate, First Myanmar Investment (FMI), Yoma said Thursday.
Singapore state-owned investment company GIC and KKR have entered a deal to invest as much as US$680M in Metro Pacific Hospitals, the parties said Tuesday.
Yoma Strategic has entered a tie-up with AC Energy to develop renewable energy projects in Myanmar via Yoma Micro Power (S), the two companies Monday.
Keppel Philippines Properties said Friday it sold its stake in Buena Homes (Sandoval), or BHSI, to Jetson Realty & Dev. Corp. (JRDC).
Southeast Asian streaming service iflix said Tuesday it switched to Google’s Open Bidding service for advertising in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 11 September 2019: Olam, Starhill Global REIT, Isetan Singapore, Keppel and Accordia Golf.
Del Monte Pacific reported Friday a fiscal 1Q net loss of US$38.26 million on one-off items related to closing plants in the U.S.
Frasers Property said Friday it sold Frasers Hospitality Investment Holding (Philippines) to Bond Capital Partners for around S$45.3 million.
Del Monte Pacific said Tuesday it plans to shutter and divest some production facilities of its U.S. subsidiary, Del Monte Foods.
Del Monte Pacific reported Thursday its fiscal 4Q net profit jumped 59.2% on-year to US$6.30M amid lower capital expenditure and higher gross margins.
TEE International said Monday it plans to spin off its infrastructure business into a listing on SGX’s Catalist board for smaller enterprises.
Del Monte Pacific reported Friday it swung to a fiscal 3Q net profit of US$2.58M, from a year-ago net loss, despite lower sales, as expenses fell.
These are Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Friday, 8 March 2019: Singtel, Jardine Cycle & Carriage, Halcyon Agri and Mermaid Maritime.
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