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Pressure on HKEx to pay big dividend

The cash-rich Hong Kong stock exchange is facing mounting pressure to pay out a blockbuster special dividend to keep investors happy.

SGX slides into quarterly loss

Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) reported yesterday a quarterly loss after write-downs on property values, but surprised investors with a S$266mil special dividend.

S’pore blocks casino IPO

SINGAPORE has decided to block the initial public offering (IPO) of Cambodian casino operator NagaCorp Ltd, but the move is seen unlikely to affect the city-state's status as a capital market hub.

Singapore news in brief

Cheung Kong launches US$400mil REIT in Singapore

Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd, the property group controlled by Asia's richest businessman Li Ka-shing, has launched a US$400mil real estate fund in Singapore, offering investors a pre-tax yield of 7.9% to 8.2%.

S’pore world’s fastest growing IPO market

B>SINGAPORE:/BWhile the initial public offering (IPO) markets in the United States and Europe struggle to lift themselves out of the wreckage of the technology crash, Singapore is the fastest growing market for new offerings in the world this year.

Singapore business news in brief

Singapore business news in brief including that the Singapore Exchange has appointed Seck Wai Kwong as executive vice-president and chief financial officer, effective June 2.

Singapore, Hong Kong exchanges take profit hit

The Hong Kong and Singapore stock exchanges have reported 25% falls in their March quarter profits as trading volumes tumbled on uncertainty over the Iraq war and the spread of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus.

Foreign news in brief

Foreign news in brief including: Xstrata gets nod to pursue MIM, China bottle maker plans SGX listing, Chinese TV maker wins Iraqi order, UOB-Kay Hian to buy Millennium

SGX laying off 67 employees

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) will lay off 67 of its 741 staff as it restructures its operations. It will make redundancy payments of about S$3.5mil as a result, which will be recognised in the current financial year.