|Bid||3.42 x 0|
|Ask||3.43 x 0|
|Day's range||3.40 - 3.45|
|52-week range||3.16 - 3.70|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.85|
|PE ratio (TTM)||19.88|
|Earnings date||14 Nov 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.15 (4.37%)|
|1y target est||3.98|
The licence awarded comprising an entry fee plus royalties on future sales for the next 20 years PERFORMANCE ULTRA-FAST CHARGE FULL ELEC AGV HERICOURT, FRANCE, Oct 16, 2018 - (Media OutReach) - GAUSSIN ...
Singapore Technologies Engineering has won a S$7.5 million ($5.5 million) contract for the trial of a smart lamp-post project in Singapore, which includes fitting sensors and cameras to posts in the city-state, according to the government's official tender website. The project is part of a broader "Smart Nation" plan developed by the Singapore government to use cutting-edge technology, designed to improve people's lives while promising sensitivity to privacy concerns. ST Engineering, in an email, confirmed that it was working on the project.
The latest buying activities of institutional investors involving M1 Ltd (SGX:B2F), Sembcorp Industries Limited (SGX:U96), and Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (SGX:S63).
Despite Singapore’s healthy economic fundamentals and strong corporate earnings performance in 2Q18, analysts are striking a more cautious tone. Analysts are touting that earnings momentum is expected to decelerate, bringing an end to 18 months of earnings upgrades.
Let’s find out if Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (SGX: S63) would be able to afford paying out the same amount of dividend in the years ahead.
Virtual reality studio, Vividthree Holdings Ltd (SGX: OMK), begins life as a public-traded company today.
NetLink NBN Trust (NetLink) has dominant market share of 90% for residential and 35% for non-residential fibre connections. The group added 24,600 residential connections in 1Q19 representing a 2.1% q-o-q increase, and there is still an untapped market of 300,000 residential homes not on fibre broadband.
Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (SGX: S63) is aiming high to grow its business further.
Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd on Thursday said it had agreed to purchase aircraft part manufacturer MRA Systems from General Electric Co for $630 million. The Singapore-based company, which conducts maintenance and repair operations for airlines, said the deal would allow it to move upstream into the manufacturing and spare parts business for engine nacelles, the casing that houses an aircraft engine. In partnership with Safran Nacelles, U.S.-based MRA is the sole supplier of nacelles for Airbus SE A320neos using LEAP-1A engines manufactured by CFM International, a GE and Safran SA joint venture.
* Singapore down for 4th consecutive session * Malaysia falls for 3rd straight session By Sumeet Gaikwad Sept 3 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Monday, in line with broader Asia, ...
Earnings season is a good opportunity for investors to digest new financial information and sync up with the expectations of management teams. However, with so many companies reporting at once, it is easy to miss good results in all the noise.
Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust’s 3Q18 results came in within our expectations with gross revenue and NPI rising 22.6% and 21.7% respectively. This was driven largely by contribution from acquisitions in Australia, annual fixed rental increment in the group’s Australia portfolio as well as incremental NPI from its Europe portfolio acquired in May-18. As a result, DPU improved 3.2% to $0.0541. Overall portfolio metrics remained healthy with high occupancy at 99.3% and only 0.1% and 3.4% of its leases expiring for 4Q18 and FY19, while aggregate leverage stood at 36.3% following the completion of Europe portfolio acquisition. Although there has been an increase in industrial supply in Sydney and Melbourne, demand continues to be strong which can be seen from the 4.6% growth in prime grade net face rents for Sydney in 2Q18. For Melbourne, prime grade net face rents grew 1.1%. Maintain BUY. OCBC Investment (3 Aug)
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