You have searched for "SGX"
Showing 101-110 of 577
WILL yields of Malaysian real estate investment trusts (REITS) come under pressure because of lower rents and rising interest rates? That depends on how the data is interpreted. There is some evidence that rentals of properties ranging from offices to factories are being renewed at lower rates as leases end although at the beginning of the year, the expectation was for an average 6.3% yield for the year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Genting Hong Kong Ltd is selling a stake in Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd (NCLH) and has requested for a trading halt in its shares on the Singapore Stock Exchange.
PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara has hit out at the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) and the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) in Singapore after the bourses introduced the trading of ringgit futures on their exchanges that went against the country’s policies.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia has slammed the Singapore Exchange’s decision to introduce the ringgit futures, saying that the ringgit is a non-internationalised currency and thus offshore trading of ringgit on exchanges abroad is against the country’s policy.
SINGAPORE: NetLink NBN Trust, the broadband unit of Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), rose slightly above the offer price in its market debut in an IPO that is the largest the city-state has seen in four years.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research is maintaining its Buy call on Axiata Group with unchanged forecasts and sum-of-parts-based fair value of RM6.30 a share.
FPSO service provider gives guarantee to multi-currency bonds
KUALA LUMPUR: Yinson Holdings Bhd's unit Yinsom Juniper Ltd has set up a US$500mil (RM2.14bil) multi-currency perpetual securities programme to finance its general corporate purposes.
SINGAPORE: After what’s been a tough quarter, iron ore’s getting a small reprieve. Futures clawed their way back above US$60 a tonne and spot prices have rebounded from a one-year low as steel output holds up in China, buoying demand for the material even as its supply rises.
SINGAPORE: Iron ore forecasts at Morgan Stanley have been chopped back for the remainder of the year, with the bank flagging prospects for rising low-cost production and the likelihood that the worldwide surplus will increase every year through to 2021.