Stocks To Watch, Singapore Stocks

Stocks To Watch, Singapore Stocks

Stocks to watch: Frasers Centrepoint Trust, Singapore banks, ThaiBev, Sunpower

Stocks to watch: Frasers Centrepoint Trust, Singapore banks, ThaiBev, Sunpower

29/9/2020 3:49:00 AM

Stocks to watch: Frasers Centrepoint Trust, Singapore banks, ThaiBev, Sunpower

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Tuesday: Read more at The Business Times.

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Tuesday:Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT): Its private placement closed on Tuesday about 2.8 times subscribed and priced at the bottom end of the range, with the upsize option not exercised. Meanwhile, the preferential offering has been priced at S$2.34 per new unit, also at the low end of the range. FCT units closed at S$2.52 on Friday, and the manager called for a trading halt on Monday morning. The manager on Tuesday requested to lift the halt.

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DBS, OCBC, UOB: Fitch Ratings has affirmed its AA- ratings on Singapore banks and removed the trio from rating watch negative, given that the materialisation of stressed conditions have become"less immediate". DBS shares closed up S$0.21 or 1 per cent to S$20.22, OCBC rose S$0.06 or 0.7 per cent to S$8.52 and UOB closed up S$0.18 or 0.9 per cent to S$19.28 on Monday.

Thai Beverage Public Co (ThaiBev): ThaiBev on Monday said its executive committee has approved the appointment of five senior management staff and two senior vice-presidents to help the company realise its growth objectives. Shares of ThaiBev ended Monday at 59.5 Singapore cents before the announcement, up one cent or 1.7 per cent.

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