|Bid||3.03 x 0|
|Ask||3.04 x 0|
|Day's range||3.01 - 3.06|
|52-week range||2.89 - 3.60|
|PE ratio (TTM)||29.23|
|Earnings date||2 May 2018 - 7 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.04 (1.29%)|
|1y target est||3.55|
The latest quarter saw some companies posting mixed results, and the list includes First Resources Ltd (SGX:EB5) and Sembcorp Industries Limited (SGX:U96).
It wants to achieve double-digit ROE in five years and renewables business growth amongst others. Sembcorp Industries (SCI) has indicated interest in buying clean energy producer Orange Renewable from Singapore-based AT Capital Group, OCBC Investment Research said, citing media reports. OCBC analyst Low Pei Han noted that Orange Renewable currently has 567.2 MW of operating wind capacity with over 2250 MW under development in various states across India.
It will sell utilities assets that are expected to yield $500m, adding to the proceeds of the IPO. Sembcorp Industries is preparing for an initial public offering (IPO) of Sembcorp Energy India Limited (SEIL) on BSE Limited and the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), with the filing of a draft red herring prospectus. Over the next two years, this is expected to deliver estimated cash proceeds of up to $500m.
It was hit by a $35m loss due to the poor performance of its marine rig business. Sembcorp Industries’ profit crashed 84.6% YoY to $22.8m in 4Q2017, bringing its full-year net profit to $230.8m, which dropped 41.6% YoY. OCBC Investment Research noted that SCI’s results were dragged by poorer performance in marine and one-off items in utilities.
Sembcorp Gayatri Power and SGI to be put under Sembcorp Energy India Limited. Sembcorp Industries will consolidate its thermal and renewable energy businesses in India under a single entity to further ...
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It has yet to address its Indian IPO and Sembmarine collaboration. Sembcorp Industries (SCI) is pushing the release of its results to 23 February, and DBS Equity Research expects that it could also announce the outcome of its strategic review. According to a report, one of the topics SCI could address is the initial public offering of its Indian assets.
This makes its parent company, Sembcorp Industries, the best performing stock in January. Sembcorp Marine Ltd. has gained almost S$2 billion ($1.5 billion) in just three weeks -- making its parent Singapore’s best-performing stock in the past month -- as investors and analysts became more optimistic on the prospect of a potential surge in new orders amid rising oil prices. The company, which is majority-owned by Sembcorp Industries Ltd., has received at least three rating upgrades from research firms this year.
The shares were purchased for US$6.9m. Sembcorp Industries (SCI) raised its stake in a joint venture (JV) firm Vietnam Singapore Industrial Park Pte Ltd (VSIPPL) from 92.9% to 96.6%. According to a press ...
Sembcorp Industries (SCI) had an eventful year due to its Indian segment, so OCBC Investment Research said it is not surprising if it undertakes an initial public offering (IPO). An October report by India’s LiveMint mentioned that SCI is preparing to list its Indian unit, which consists of thermal and renewable power assets. This year, SCI increased its stake in its India renewable energy business to 70.38%, won an Indian wind power project with up to 250MW capacity, and bagged master development rights to the Andhra Pradesh Amaravati City start-up area.
United Overseas Bank’s (UOB) 3Q17 loans growth was 7.7% higher y-o-y driven by strong double digit loans growth from manufacturing and financial institutional loans coupled with a 6.6% increase of housing loans growth. Net interest margin (NIM) expanded 4bps q-o-q to 1.79%.
Sembcorp Industries (Sembcorp) will build two grid-rooftop solar energy systems at Singapore Technologies Aerospace's (ST Aerospace) Changi and Seletar facilities. According to a press release, both photovoltaic systems will be built, owned, operated and maintained by Sembcorp and have a combined capacity of 4.1 MW. The firm said the ST Aerospace rooftop solar energy project is its fourth project.
Electricity prices in India bolted to a record high of 10.6 cents/kWh (INR5.1/kWh) in Q3. A jolt in Indian spot electricity prices could save Sembcorp Industries' Indian business from further losses, UOB ...
Sembcorp has decided to acquire IDFC Private Equity Fund III's (IDFC) remaining stake in Sembcorp Green Infra (SGI) for $301m. According to a press release, this will raise the Sembcorp's stake in SGI to 100%, making it the sole owner of the company. "The consideration for the acquisition was agreed between the parties based on, amongst others, comparable market valuations, and an assessment of SGI’s assets and business prospects," Sembcorp said.
It is currently undertaking a strategic review of its businesses. Sembcorp Industries is currently undergoing a strategic review of the group’s businesses and OCBC Investment Research said there are various scenarios that can happen until the conclusion in 4Q17. "Some of the possible outcomes include the divestment or privatisation of Sembcorp Marine," lead analyst Low Pei Han said.
The former has a stronger operating margin compared to its rival. Following a challenging quarter for Singapore shipyard firms, analysts at UOB Kay Hian are laying their bets on Sembcorp Industries, preferring it over its rival Keppel Corporation. According to Andrew Chow, Sembcorp met analysts' expectations as better earnings from Singapore utilities and gas helped offset continued losses in India.
SembCorp Industries Ltd (SGX: U96) has big dreams for India. At the end of 2016, operations in India had a gross power capacity of 3,611 megawatts (MW), accounting for almost a third of the conglomerate’s overall capacity. The mainstay of the Indian operations was the 2,640 MW Sembcorp Gayatri Complex, which comprises of Thermal Powertech Corporation India Limited (TPCIL) and Sembcorp Gayatri Power (SGPL).