Entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore Friday, 24 Sept. 2021: Trafigura, Shinhan Bank, Sumitomo Corp. of Americas, BNI, KEPCO and Keppel REIT.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Friday, 24 Sept. 2021: Frasers Property, Keppel, CLI, Cromwell European REIT, Oxley, Darco Water, Hwa Hong, GS Holdings, LHN , Mercurius Capital Investment, Hatten Land, FSL Trust, Karin Technology, Geo Energy and SinoCloud.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Thursday, 22 Sept. 2021: Keppel, Cromwell European REIT, Keppel Pacific Oak US REIT, Ascott Residence Trust, Riverstone, Penguin, Alliance Healthcare, Sakae, Thakral, ACROMEC and Aspen.
Singapore companies which announced share buybacks Tuesday, 21 Sept. 2021: OCBC, Food Empire, Boustead Singapore, Tuan Sing, Singapore Shipping The Hour Glass, CNMC Goldmine and Global Investments.
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.
Entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore Monday, 20 Sept. 2021: Changi Airport, Woolworths, StoneCo, Electricidad Firme de Mexico and Alfa Desarrollo.
Entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore Friday, 17 Sept. 2021: Marubeni, Industrial Bank of Korea and HPHT.
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.
Singapore Airlines said Thursday the remaining S$600M of the S$8.8B raised in a 2020 rights issue was used for aircraft-related payments.
Singapore companies which may be in focus Thursday, 15 Sept. 2021: SGX, Keppel, Keppel REIT, ComfortDelGro, CapitaLand, iFAST, OKP, International Cement Group, Raffles Infrastructure, Blumont and Fragrance.
KTL Global tied up with a Taiwan farming co-op and logistics company Jinhao Shipping for a Southeast Asia food-supply logistics network.
Changi Airport Group priced S$250 million in notes due 2028 at 1.49 percent, the airport operator said in a filing to SGX Monday.