Singapore companies in focus Mon, 25 Oct. 2021: Sembcorp, CICT, ComfortDelGro, Boustead Projects, SATS, OUE C-REIT, Raffles Education and EuroSports.
Singapore Kitchen Equipment said Sunday its 1H21 swung to a net profit from a year-ago loss on a gradual recovery from the Covid situation.
Suntec REIT’s profit jump may be a one-off, with strong growth ahead unlikely, said analyst Clarence Chu of Aequitas Research on Smartkarma.
CDG Australia, which parent ComfortDelGro plans to list on ASX, is targeting acquisition-led growth across regional Australia.
The reserve price for Simsville’s en bloc sale is likely at S$859M to S$901.5M, according to marketing material seen by Shenton Wire.
IFAST reported Saturday its 3Q21 net profit increased 23.3 percent on-year to S$7.60M, despite generally more subdued trading activities.
Singapore Kitchen Equipment said Friday its independent auditor included a disclaimer of opinion on the company’s 2020 financial statements.
Metro, along with its joint venture partner Sim Lian, has acquired the Cherrybrook Village Shopping Centre in Australia, for around A$132.8M.
Boustead Industrial Fund (BIF) will buy the property at 351 Braddell Road in Singapore for S$121 million from Boustead Project’s 50:50 JV.
These are Singapore companies which announced personnel changes on Friday, 22 October 2021: SATS. This item was originally published on Friday, 22 October 2021; it…
Sembcorp Industries has landed a 180 megawatt wind power project in India from the recent auction held by the Solar Energy Corp. of India.
Singapore companies announcing share buybacks Friday, 22 October 2021: Jardine Matheson, SGX, Broadway Industrial and Global Investments.