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 Tuesday, 21 Sept. 2021: AIMS APAC REIT, AEM, OxPay, Grab, Biolidics, China Environmental Resources, SPH REIT, JUMBO, FSL Trust, Hafary and United Global.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Monday, 13 Sept. 2021: CityDev, GENS, SGX, Nanofilm, Temasek, AA REIT, Wilmar, Venture, OUE, OUE Lippo Healthcare, Darco Water Technologies, Accrelist, KTL Global, Ly, Regal and TEE.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Friday, 10 Sept. 2021: CapitaLand, SGX, Cromwell European REIT, Lendlease Global Commercial REIT, Del Monte Pacific, Raffles Infrastructure, OxPay Financial, OIO Holdings, Chemical Industries (Far East), VCPlus, Lasseters International, Zhongming Baihui Retail Group and Abundance International.
Del Monte Pacific reported Thursday its fiscal 1Q swung to a net profit of US$18.32 million on higher sales and a higher profit margin.
Entities which announced SGX debt listing confirmations Wednesday, 8 Sept. 2021: Acen Finance, Adani Green Energy, Axis Bank, Kaisa Group and The Chiba Bank.
Southeast Asia-based tele-health and home-care player Doctor Anywhere raised S$88M in a series C round led by Asia Partners.
Del Monte Pacific entered a 50:50 joint venture with regional dairy company Vinamilk to expand into the dairy sector in the Philippines.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Wednesday, 11 Aug 2021: CapitaLand, UOB, Wilmar, Centurion, Yeo Hiap Seng, Koufu, China Everbright Water, SoilBuild Construction, Uni-Asia Group and Sri Trang Agro-Industry.
Food court player Koufu said Tuesday 1H21 net profit surged nearly four times on improved footfall after the year-ago Circuit Breaker period.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Thursday, 5 August 2021: ARA Asset Management, Keppel, ST Engineering, Far East Orchard and Lendlease Global REIT.
DBS downgraded Dairy Farm to Hold from Buy, citing intense competition and demand normalisation in the grocery retail sector.