Stocks to watch: Wilmar, Yanlord, SIIC Environment, Halcyon Agri, GSH Corp
Read more at The Business Times.from S$4.1 million a year earlier, mainly due to its Australian pork production unit Rivalea. QAF shares gained 0.5 Singapore cent or 0.6 per cent to close at 86 cents on Wednesday before the results were announced. BreadTalk: has not given BreadTalk notice to immediately repay them to noteholders following BreadTalk's technical breach of the financial covenants, although it has the discretion to do so, BreadTalk said on Wednesday. The group requested the trading halt on its shares to be lifted. Its shares last traded at S$0.645 on Feb 21. Centurion: The operator of accommodation assets posted a 38 per cent rise in net profit to S$73.1 million for its fourth quarter ended Dec 31, from S$53.1 million a year ago. Centurion shares closed flat at S$0.47 on Wednesday, before its results announcement. PropNex: Read more: The Business Times
Wilmar International CFO Stephen Ho Kiam Kong to retire in MayWilmar International CFO Stephen Ho Kiam Kong to retire in May.
Singapore stocks in relief rebound, most of Asia still shaky day after coronavirus-fuelled global routSINGAPORE - Singapore stocks enjoyed a relief rebound on Tuesday morning (Feb 25) even as most of Asia continued their slide as signs that the coronavirus outbreak here seems to be largely contained overcame bearish sentiment over a more than 1,000 point plunge in the Dow Jones Industrial Average overnight.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Singapore stocks: STI resumes Tuesday afternoon up 0.7% on daySingapore stocks: STI resumes Tuesday afternoon up 0.7% on day
Japan to further ease rules on foreign ownership of stocks: SourcesJapan will add exemptions to new foreign investment restrictions for companies exposed to sensitive national security issues, government sources ...
Global stocks pause after coronavirus shakeoutGlobal stock markets stabilised on Tuesday after a wave of early selling petered out and Wall Street futures managed a solid bounce after the ...
US: Stocks open higher, stabilising after Monday's routRead more at The Business Times.