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NamePrice (intraday)Change% changeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market capPE ratio (TTM)52-week range
S51.SI
Sembcorp Marine Ltd0.11300.00000.00%168.679M226.811M3.547BN/A
WVJ.SI
Watches.com Limited0.0240+0.0040+20.00%60.362M454,64612.53MN/A
N4E.SI
Nam Cheong Limited0.00400.00000.00%54.711M031.777M0.80
YF8.SI
Yangzijiang Financial Holding Ltd.0.4700-0.0150-3.09%43.403M61.596M1.857B5.66
Z74.SI
Singapore Telecommunications Limited2.7000-0.0300-1.10%42.776M30.952M44.078B3.77
BVQ.SI
Procurri Corporation Limited0.42500.00000.00%38.996M1.842M125.626M28.33
C8R.SI
Jiutian Chemical Group Limited0.1070+0.0010+0.94%36.616M44.434M212.763M2.38
5FW.SI
Acesian Partners Limited0.05300.00000.00%32.549M12.085M26.42M13.25
C38U.SI
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust2.2200+0.0100+0.45%29.78M25.491M14.718B13.29
BS6.SI
Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Ltd.0.9200+0.0150+1.66%29.645M35.316M3.635B4.72
NO4.SI
Dyna-Mac Holdings Ltd.0.1620+0.0060+3.85%26.728M12.689M166.301M32.40
M1Z.SI
TEE International Limited0.03200.00000.00%25.793M020.7MN/A
5EC.SI
Reenova Investment Holding Limited0.00300.00000.00%22M020.233MN/A
E5H.SI
Golden Agri-Resources Ltd0.28500.00000.00%23.093M41.578M3.614B4.19
Y35.SI
AnAn International Limited0.0270+0.0010+3.85%16.902M5.931M114.296M13.50
T39.SI
Singapore Press Holdings Limited2.35000.00000.00%16.314M1.977M3.8B57.32
AAJ.SI
Sunmoon Food Company Limited0.03100.00000.00%15.912M024.126M31.00
Y92.SI
Thai Beverage Public Company Limited0.7000+0.0100+1.45%15.754M23.637M17.585B16.28
5EF.SI
Adventus Holdings Limited0.00900.00000.00%15.351M7.325M22.065MN/A
K2LU.SI
ARA LOGOS Logistics Trust0.85000.00000.00%15.161M2.11M1.235B5.25
J91U.SI
ESR-Logos REIT0.4050+0.0100+2.53%14.984M10.362M2.702B16.20
N2IU.SI
Mapletree Commercial Trust1.7700+0.0300+1.72%13.851M15.803M5.891B17.02
BUOU.SI
Frasers Logistics & Commercial Trust1.3300+0.0100+0.76%13.818M9.565M4.915B5.38
T4B.SI
Sino Grandness Food Industry Group Limited0.02000.00000.00%13.188M022.988M0.56
A17U.SI
Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust2.7200+0.0400+1.49%12.228M11.786M11.418B11.83
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  • Reuters

    Temasek-backed oil rig builders agree $6.3 billion merger amid sector downturn

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Singapore's Sembcorp Marine (Sembmarine) has agreed to a S$8.7 billion ($6.29 billion) merger with Keppel Corp's larger offshore and marine unit, a year after the Temasek-backed firms began deal talks amid an industry downturn. The lossmaking oil rig builders have been whiplashed by years of oversupply, oil price volatility and a drop in new orders. The combination "brings together two leading O&M companies in Singapore to create a stronger player that can realise synergies and compete more effectively amidst the energy transition," Keppel CEO Loh Chin Hua said.

  • Reuters

    Singapore Press says shareholders approve acquisition by Cuscaden Peak

    Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) said on Tuesday its shareholders had approved acquisition by Cuscaden Peak, after it announced it was terminating rival bidder Keppel Corp's offer. Both Cuscaden Peak and Keppel Corp are linked to state investor Temasek, and the deal had sparked a rare bidding war between the two groups, with the former offering S$2.40 per share, or S$3.9 billion ($2.87 billion), and the latter offering S$2.351 per share or S$3.74 billion for SPH's real estate business. Keppel Corp, which counts Temasek Holdings as a major shareholder, has previously said it did not agree with SPH's move to terminate its offer.

  • Reuters

    Singapore REIT Mapletree Commercial Trust adds cash-only option to $3 billion merger

    Mapletree Commercial Trust (MCT) had announced plans in December to buy Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust (MNACT), seeking to create the seventh largest real estate investment trust (REIT) in Asia with an expected market value of about S$10.5 billion. The two REITs said in a joint statement on Monday that MNACT unitholders would now have the option to choose consideration in cash, in addition to the prior offer for MCT units or a combination of both cash and MCT units.

  • Moody's

    CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust -- Moody's assigns A3 to CICT's euro medium-term note drawdown

    Rating Action: Moody's assigns A3 to CICT's euro medium-term note drawdownGlobal Credit Research - 18 Feb 2022Singapore, February 18, 2022 -- Moody's Investors Service has assigned an A3 senior unsecured rating to the HKD900 million notes issued by CMT MTN Pte. Ltd. under its existing euro-medium term note program, which is rated (P)A3. CMT MTN Pte. Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT, A3 negative). The notes are guaranteed by HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Limited in its capacity as a trustee of CICT.The notes have a fixed coupon of 2.95% and mature on 18 February 2031.The outlook on the rating is negative.CICT will use the proceeds from the notes to refinance its existing borrowings and those of its subsidiaries, as well as for general corporate and working capital purposes.RATINGS RATIONALECICT's A3 rating reflects the trust's leading position as the largest real estate investment trust (REIT) in Singapore (Aaa stable).

  • Reuters

    Optus appoints ex-NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian to executive team

    The Australian unit of telecom firm Singapore Telecommunications said on Friday it had appointed Gladys Berejiklian, the former premier of New South Wales (NSW) state, to its executive team. Berejiklian, who served as NSW premier between 2017 and 2021, will take up the newly created role of managing director, enterprise, business and institutional, Optus said, as the wireless carrier looks to gain market share in the country. "I believe she will be a game-changer for Optus," Chief Executive Officer Kelly Bayer Rosmarin said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    Activist shareholder Quarz objects to terms of $3 billion Singapore REIT merger

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Activist investor Quarz Capital Management said it is opposed to the terms of a proposed S$4.2 billion ($3.1 billion) merger of two Temasek-linked Singapore real estate investment trusts, saying the target firm was significantly undervalued. It is urging Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust (MNACT) to negotiate an improved offer from Mapletree Commercial Trust (MCT), according to a Feb. 9 open letter reviewed by Reuters. Quarz, which has previously been successful in blocking a Singapore REIT deal, says it and its affiliates hold stakes that rank them among the top 10 unitholders of MNACT .

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Singtel, Grab acquire minority stakes in Indonesian bank

    Singapore Telecommunications , Southeast Asia's largest telecoms firm, and ridehailing-to-payments firm Grab Holdings Ltd, have each bought a 16.3% stake in PT Bank Fama International to pursue banking opportunities in Indonesia. Indonesian conglomerate Elang Mahkota Teknologi Tbk (Emtek), the majority owner of the bank, said on Friday that it sold the stakes to units of Singtel and Grab to "accelerate and expand business growth" of Bank Fama.

  • Reuters

    Singtel flags $216 million exposure in Australia tax case defeat

    Singapore Telecommunications Ltd has estimated it faces A$304 million ($216 million) in tax exposure, interest and penalties, after an Australian court dismissed its appeal against an assessment by the country's taxation office. The case is related to its acquisition of Singtel Optus Pty Limited in 2001. Singtel's Australian subsidiary, Singapore Telecom Australia Investments (STAI), had received amended assessments from the Australian Taxation Office for primary tax of A$268 million, interest of A$58 million and penalties of A$67 million in 2016 and 2017.

  • Reuters

    Tycoon-backed group seeks to win over shareholders in tussle for Singapore firm

    (Reuters) -Cuscaden Peak, which trumped a bid to take control of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), is seeking support from SPH's shareholders to vote against its rival's offer as it aims to seal the deal, a senior executive told Reuters. The comments come hours after Keppel Corp on Tuesday said it would stick to its final offer following Cuscaden's sweetened nL1N2S50O1S$3.9 billion ($2.9 billion) bid, in a rare bidding war between two groups linked to Singapore state investor Temasek. Cuscaden - a consortium of billionaire property tycoon Ong Beng Seng's Hotel Properties and two independently managed portfolio companies of Temasek - will need SPH shareholders to first vote against Keppel's offer at a meeting next month, before a second vote later in favour of its own bid.

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