These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Monday, 10 June 2019: City Developments, Singapore Airlines, Oxley and SPH.
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These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Tuesday, 4 June 2019: Keppel, SPH, Wilmar, LMIR Trust, Accordia Golf, Koufu and Far East Orchard.
SPH said Tuesday it entered a four-year term loan facility of 205 million British pounds with OCBC and Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore).
These are Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Monday, 3 June 2019: Genting Singapore, ST Engineering, OUE, SPH and Perennial.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Friday, 31 May 2019: SPH, City Developments, BreadTalk, Creative and Frasers Property.
Singapore Press Holdings priced an offering of S$150 million of subordinated perpetual securities at 4.50%, the media and property company said Thursday.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Friday, 3 May 2019: UOB, SembMarine, Frasers Property, ARA US Hospitality, OUEHT and Great Eastern.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Monday, 22 April 2019: Keppel, CCT, CapitaLand, Accordia Golf Trust and JUMBO.
Perennial Real Estate said Monday it entered a deal to divest its effective 50.64 percent stake in Chinatown Point Mall for S$225 million.
These are Singapore companies likely to be in focus on Wednesday, 16 April 2019: MLT, SPH, Hi-P, Keppel-KBS US REIT and Cache Logistics Trust.
SPH said Tuesday it acquired a portfolio of student accommodation assets in the U.K. for around 133.7 million British pounds, or around S$237 million.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 10 April 2019: SPH, Keppel, CapitaLand, SATS and BreadTalk.
Singapore Press Holdings reported Tuesday its fiscal 2Q net profit dropped 25.7% on-year to S$29.69 million on lower print ad and circulation revenue.
Konnectivity said Monday its M1 takeover bid has closed with control of 94.55% of the Singapore telco’s shares; it will compulsorily acquire the remainder.
Konnectivity said Friday M1 options will lapse once it completes the compulsory acquisition of the rest of the Singapore telco’s shares.
Konnectivity said Wednesday it would compulsorily acquire all the M1 shares from holders who haven’t accepted its takeover bid and then delist the telco.
M1 will be delisted from the SGX as acceptances of the takeover bid for the Singapore telco have crossed over 90 percent, Konnectivity said Wednesday.
Konnectivity’s bid for M1 has become unconditional after one of the Singapore telco’s major shareholders, Malaysia-based Axiata, tendered its shares.
Konnectivity, the bidder for M1 said on Tuesday that it doesn’t intend to raise its S$2.06 a share offer and that it would extend the…
These are Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Monday, 14 January 2019: CapitaLand CapitaLand entered a deal with Temasek’s Ascendas-Singbridge, or ASB, to…
Singapore Press Holdings, or SPH, reported on Friday that its fiscal first quarter net profit fell 6.3 percent on-year to S$57.9 million as investment income…
The manager of SPH REIT tapped Benjamin Kuah Hsein Yiao, age 38, as chief financial officer, replacing Soon Suet Har, age 45, it said in…
Konnectivity will proceed with its offer to acquire all outstanding shares of Singapore telco M1 at S$2.06 each after the pre-condition of regulatory approvals was…
These are Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Wednesday 21 November 2018: Sunpower Group Sunpower Group said on Tuesday that two major shareholders’…
These are the Singapore stocks which may be in focus on Monday 5 November 2018: DBS Singapore’s largest bank DBS said on Monday that its…