|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||5.71 - 5.71|
|52 Week Range||5.21 - 6.43|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||23.21|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.20 (3.54%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Should its listing push through, it will be the first fintech firm in Singapore to do so. Global fintech firm ayondo Ltd. has registered its offer document by Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) for a listing on the Catalist board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited. According to a statement, ayondo offered 80.77 million invitation shares comprising of 8.9 million offer shares at 26 cents each by way of a public offer in Singapore and 71.87 million placement shares at 26 cents each.
In their breakdown, there was a lump sum payment of $3.8m and a loan written off for $3.82m. Noble Group Limited confirmed that it gave away retention payments worth US$20m to its senior staff that was behind its US oil liquids business last June. The Singapore Exchange (SGX) launched an inquiry on the group after reports came out that Noble handed its former CEO Jeff Frase a remuneration package worth about US$20m last year, even as the commodity trader slumped to a record loss of almost US$5b.
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Companies will be able to communicate with analysts and investors, monitor sentiment, and compare industry performance. A partnership between the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and fintech firm Smartkarma will roll out the C-Suite Pilot Program, a cloud-based platform that will enable SGX-listed companies to streamline their communication and data reporting to the institutional, analyst and investor communities. According to a statement, listed companies will be able to communicate with analysts and investors, monitor sentiment, compare industry performance, and benchmark instantly against peers.
Noble Group and its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary Core Integrity today entered into a memorandum of agreement with Bianca Corporation and Primerose Shipping Co. Ltd. to sell its Kamsarmax dry bulk carrier vessel for US$24m. The vessel was recently commissioned by Noble to Arrow Valuation and Clarkson Valuation, which valued it at US$24m.
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Its investments in Keppel paid off the largest at 12.8%. This chart from the Singapore Exchange (SGX) shows that Temasek Holdings’ investments in six major stocks listed for over 20 years had average annualised ...
New Zealand's stock exchange NZX Ltd said on Wednesday it signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Singapore Exchange to expand their co-operation in Asia-Pacific markets. Under the MoU terms, NZX and Singapore Exchange will cooperate on a range of areas, including promotion of derivatives products and dual and secondary listings, the company said in a statement. It was also targeting overseas firms operating in New Zealand, particularly in the insurance, travel and industrial sectors.
Electricity producer Summit Power International plans to list on the Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) by April, what is likely the first company from Bangladesh to offer shares in the city-state, as it seeks to raise funds to invest in assets across Asia. Bangladesh's economic growth soared by 7.28 percent in the financial year that ended in June 2017 and its population is expected to climb to over 185 million people by 2030. Together with Pakistan and India, the country is making South Asia a hotspot for liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand, attracting investment from gas producers and power plant builders after years of the country being considered an energy backwater.
It is in talks with India's stock exchange to link overseas investors to local trading. The Singapore Exchange (SGX) will list successor products to its SGX Nifty family of products before August 2018. Singapore Business Review previously reported that India's three stock exchanges will halt the licencing of data for offshore derivatives which are linked to their domestic indices.
Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) said on Monday it will launch successor products to its flagship Indian equity index derivatives before the bourse's licence agreement with the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) expires in August 2018. The move comes days after India's three main bourses unexpectedly announced they would stop licensing their indexes to overseas exchanges, news which hit SGX's shares as brokers cut the bourse's earnings estimates.
Shares in Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) plummeted as much as 9 percent Monday as brokers cut their earnings estimates after a move by India's three main bourses to stop licensing their indexes and securities to foreign exchanges. The unexpected decision to prevent trading from migrating abroad will especially hurt SGX's Nifty 50 index futures, which is the exchange's flagship Indian equity derivatives product and accounts for about 12 percent of its total derivatives trading volume. "SGX's edge and key proposition to clients was the ability to invest in multiple Asian derivatives products in one venue," Goldman Sachs' analysts said in a report.
Shares in Singapore Exchange, also known as SGX, hit their lowest level in 13 months after three major Indian stock exchanges decided to stop licensing products and data to foreign exchanges to prevent ...
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) will develop and launch new India-access risk management products for participants in the SGX India equity index family of derivative products to continue their investment activities. India’s three main stock exchanges – National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), and the Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India (MSEI) – announced that they will stop the licencing of data for offshore derivatives linked to their domestic indices.
It can enable a cheaper transaction experience. The linking of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the Bursa Malaysia (BM) can benefit retail investors over institutional investors, CIMB Research said. According to a report, the link can enable a "more efficient" transaction experience at lower costs, and a more diversified stock universe.
Singapore Exchange’s securities market reported a strong turnover value, which rose by 53% MoM to $29.4b for the month of January. Market turnover value of Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) increased by 27% MoM to $253m, whilst market turnover value of structured warrants and Daily Leveraged Certificates (DLC) also went up by 61% to $1.4b.
It could boost RHB's forecast of $1.39b. The linking of the Bursa Malaysia (BM) and Singapore Exchange (SGX) is likely to boost securities average trading volume (SADV) in 2019, RHB said. Singapore Business ...
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Mainboard aspirants will be required to establish "reserves" for mineral assets. According to a press release, the first proposed change requires Mainboard aspirants to establish ‘reserves’ whilst Catalist listing aspirants should establish at least ‘inferred resources’ for minerals assets and ‘contingent resources’ for oil and gas assets. A summary Quarterly Production Report (QPR) will replace a full QPR in some instances to improve the readability of the content for investors.
Noble Group pushed back against complaints by a key shareholder that the company had reached a deal with a group of creditors against shareholder interest.
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The products could be launched by 1H2018, with an initial focus on new economy companies. The Singapore Exchange (SGX) said its plans to launch dual class shares and expects the first dual class listings soon. CIMB Research, which attended SGX's briefing, said the company plans to launch the products by the first half of 2018, with an initial focus on new economy companies.
Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) is to allow companies to list with dual-class shares, a move which aims to attract blockbuster tech listings and follows a similar action by its Hong Kong rival. SGX's move is designed to make it the go-to-place for potential initial public offerings of Southeast Asian start-ups, such as ride-hailing services Grab and GO-JEK, and online retailers Tokopedia and India's Flipkart, analysts said.