Stocks to watch: SingaporeAir, SGX, Sabana Reit, Yanlord, ARA H-Trust
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Wednesday: Read more at The Business Times.
Challenger Technologies:first-half revenue fell 27 per cent, as contributions from the IT products and services business segment tumbled 27 per cent due to the lack of trade shows and weaker retail sales amid the coronavirus pandemic. Challenger shares moved up by 0.5 Singapore cent or 1.1 per cent to end at 46.5 cents on Tuesday, before the results were released.
Teckwah Industrial Corporation:In response to calls from activist fund Quarz Capital Management to raise dividend payouts, printing and logistics firm Teckwah has stressed, the mainboard-listed firm said in a filing after market close. The counter was up 1.5 Singapore cents or 2.8 per cent to end trading at 55.5 cents.
Hatten Land:Blockchain firm ECXX Global, in which Catalist-listed property developer Hatten Land is acquiring a 20 per cent stake, istargeted at institutional and accredited, non-individual investors. Hatten shares last traded on July 29 at 5.7 Singapore cents. headtopics.com
Trading halt:Accordia Golf Trust on Wednesday morning requested a trading halt. Its units closed at S$0.65 on Tuesday, down S$0.01.BT is now on Telegram! Read more: The Business Times »
Not desirable to move ministers after less than a year, but situation ‘can’t be helped’: PM Lee
SINGAPORE — It is not desirable to give Cabinet ministers short stints in their portfolios owing to the disruption it can cause, but such moves are sometimes necessary, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday (April 23).
Singapore stocks open lower on Monday; STI down 0.6%SINGAPORE shares continued their decline on Monday morning from the week before. Read more at The Business Times.
Stocks to watch: CapitaLand, Keppel, SGX, Frasers Logistics & Commercial TrustTHE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Tuesday: Read more at The Business Times.
Asia stocks off to cautious start, dollar nurses scarsAsian shares and the dollar made a cautious start to the new month on Monday as U.S. lawmakers struggled to hammer out a new stimulus plan and a ...
US gridlock over stimulus keeps stocks muted, dollar edges higherAsian share markets turned mixed on Monday as U.S. lawmakers struggled to hammer out a new stimulus plan amid a global surge of new coronavirus ...
Europe: Stocks climb, London steady at open[LONDON] Eurozone stock markets climbed at the start of trading on Monday, while London was steady following a rally overnight in Tokyo. Read more at The Business Times.
Seoul: Stocks end flat as stalled US stimulus offsets data optimism[SEOUL] South Korean shares closed almost flat on Monday as dented hopes over a new US stimulus plan and a global surge in coronavirus cases offset optimism around domestic data. Read more at The Business Times.