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Parkson unit on SGX watch list

PETALING JAYA: Parkson Holdings Bhd’s 67.69% owned subsidiary Parkson Retail Asia Ltd (PRA), which is listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX), has been included in SGX’s watch list as it has triggered the minimum trading price (MTP) entry criterion. This comes into effect from today.

Bursa proposes T+2 share settlement

PETALING JAYA: Bursa Malaysia has proposed to reduce the settlement period to two days (T+2) from the current three-day cycle (T+3) for shares bought or sold on the local stock exchange by the second quarter of 2019.

Bursa Malaysia plans T+2 settlement period, follows Singapore

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia is seeking public feedback to reduce the settlement period to two days(T+2) from the current three-day cycle (T+3), following the Singapore Exchange.

Top Glove tops SGX’s healthcare sector best performers list

PETALING JAYA: Top Glove Corp Bhd is the best-performing constituent of the iEdge SG All Healthcare Index, with a 41.4% return on a year-to-date basis.

Singapore's MAS, SGX develop blockchain tech for tokenised assets settlement

KUALA LUMPUR: The usage of tokenised digital currencies and securities assets has been given a boost in Singapore with the development of delivery versus payment (DvP) capabilities for the settlement.

PRG subscribing for 29.9% stake in Singapore's Capital World

KUALA LUMPUR: PRG Holdings Bhd has proposed to inject capital into Singapore-listed Capital World Ltd by subscribing to a 29.9% stake of the latter's enlarged share capital.

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Critic warns debt deal won’t fix Noble Group

SINGAPORE: Noble Group Ltd’s foes aren’t going away. Less than 24 hours after the commodity trader won shareholder approval for its US$3.5bil debt-for-equity deal, long-standing critic Michael Dee said the revamped company would struggle to recover and shouldn’t be allowed to list shares in Singapore.

Ex-civil servant says Singapore's SGX is a policeman without a gun

SINGAPORE: Francis Tay feels cheated. The former Singapore civil servant says he’s lost almost S$50,000 (U$36,600) in the implosion of Noble Group Ltd, the commodity trading giant. He also says shareholders like him have been let down by regulators whose job it is to protect them from the sort of crisis that’s brought the company to the brink.

Theme park in Harbour City to open in 2020

MELAKA: The world’s first sky-theme park in Harbour City, Pulau Melaka here is slated to be opened to the public in the first half of 2020.