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Starhill REIT to disburse $4.4m rental rebates to eligible tenants

19 May 2020 - Singapore Business Review
This brings the total amount of rental rebates to approximately $18.1m. YTL Starhill Global REIT will disburse additional rental rebates of $4.4m to eligible retail and office tenants in Singapore, according to an announcement. This brings the total amount of rental rebates that have been and will be ...
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Daily Markets Briefing: STI up 0.62%

19 May 2020 - Singapore Business Review
ComfortDelGro led the gains amongst top active stocks with a 3.43% expansion. The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 15.73 or 0.62% higher at 2,539.28. The top active stocks were SIA, which fell 4.62%, DBS, which increased 0.42%, Singtel, which inched up 0.38%, OCBC Bank, which advanced 0.8%, and ComfortDelGro ...
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ComfortDelGro rated a buy on 'increasingly defensive' earnings: Maybank KE

19 May 2020 - The Business Times
Singapore MAYBANK Kim Eng (Maybank KE) has reinitiated coverage on ComfortDelGro Corp with a "buy" call and a target price of S$1.99, citing an "increasingly defensive" revenue base and structural growth. Shares of the land transport giant closed on Monday at S$1.51, up S$0.05 or 3... To continue reading ...
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Singapore stocks close 0.6% higher

18 May 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE shares began the week on a positive note, buoyed by encouraging domestic data and as major economies started to gradually unwind last month’s full lockdown measures. The key Straits Times Index rose 15.73 points or 0.62 per cent to finish at 2,539.28 on Monday. Elsewhere, key gauges in Japan, ...
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STI gains on better-than-expected April Nodx numbers

18 May 2020 - The Edge Markets
SINGAPORE (May 18): The Straits Times Index gained this morning on surprising positive news that exports for April grew instead of contracted as economists had widely predicted, although, to be sure, the export numbers were very narrowly driven by a surge in pharmaceuticals. From last Friday’s close ...
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Singapore shares rise on upbeat exports data; STI up 0.2% at open

18 May 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE stocks started the week on stronger ground, after Enterprise Singapore data showed that non-oil domestic exports (NODX) rose for a third straight month in April, exceeding analysts' expectations. NODX increased 9.7 per cent last month from a year earlier backed by a 12.8 per cent surge in non-electronics ...
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Showa Denko Announces 2020 First Quarter Financial Results

15 May 2020 - ACN Newswire
Showa Denko K.K. (SDK; TSE:4004) today announced its 2020 first quarter financial results.- 2020 First Quarter Consolidated Financial Statements and summaryhttps://www.sdk.co.jp/assets/files/english/ir/library/fss2020-1q.pdfThe Company also issued the following supporting release:- SDK Revises 2020 Consolidated ...
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SDK Revises 2020 Consolidated Performance Forecast and Dividend Payment Forecast

15 May 2020 - ACN Newswire
Showa Denko (SDK; TSE:4004) announces its decision to withdraw its forecast of consolidated financial results for the first half of 2020 and full-year 2020 published on February 13, 2020. This is because SDK considers that it is very difficult to calculate the degree of influence of the coronavirus disease ...
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Daily Briefing: Perennial Real Estate says AXA Tower shareholder loan amounts to $364.7m; Spark Systems raises $21.39m in series BB funding

18 May 2020 - Singapore Business Review
And Temasek joins Facebook’s global payments system Libra. From Deal Street Asia: Perennial Real Estate disclosed the shareholders’ loan for the AXA Tower property set to be partially sold to Alibaba Group was $364.7m Earlier this month, a consortium led by Singapore’s Perennial Real Estate announced ...
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Daily Markets Briefing: STI up 0.05%

18 May 2020 - Singapore Business Review
SIA led the pack amongst top active stocks with a 2.36% contraction jump. The Straits Times Index ended 1.24 or 0.05% higher at 2,523.55. The top active stocks were DBS, which edged up 0.21%, SIA, which jumped 2.36%, OCBC Bank, which rose 0.35%, Singtel, which remained flat, and ComfortDelGro with a ...
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