|Bid||2.69 x 0|
|Ask||2.70 x 0|
|Day's Range||2.61 - 2.70|
|52 Week Range||2.41 - 2.92|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.65|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.88|
|Earnings Date||Jan 10, 2019 - Jan 14, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.06 (2.30%)|
|1y Target Est||2.62|
* Most gain tracking Chinese stocks * Indonesia edges up ahead of central bank meeting * Malaysia bucks trend to trade lower By Rashmi Ashok Oct 22 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets edged ...
Malaysia's Axiata Group Bhd (AXIA.KL), the biggest shareholder in M1 Ltd (MONE.SI), is likely to reject an offer that valued the Singapore mobile operator at up to S$1.9 billion (£1 billion), a source with direct knowledge of the matter said. Axiata is in talks to team up with private equity firms and other companies as it considers options to launch its own offer for a bigger stake in M1, said the source, who was not authorised to speak about the matter. Axiata, which has a 28.3 percent stake in M1, views the Keppel-led offer of S$2.06 per M1 share as "opportunistic" and "inadequate", the source said.
Sept 27 (Reuters) - Axiata Group Bhd: * REFERS TO PRE-CONDITIONAL OFFER BY KONNECTIVITY PTE * WILL CONTINUE TO EVALUATE ALL OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR STAKE IN M1 LTD * REFERS TO OFFER ANNOUNCEMENT MADE BY ...
Keppel Corp. and Singapore Press Holdings on Thursday said they plan to make an offer to take control of M1 Ltd., valuing the telecom firm at about $1.39 billion.
Keppel Corp Ltd and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) said on Thursday that they have offered to buy the remaining shares in Singaporean telecom operator M1 Ltd that they do not already own. The companies, through a special purpose vehicle, have offered to pay S$2.06 per M1 share, a premium of 26 percent to the stock's last closing price, the two said in filings to the stock exchange. The companies and their related parties have a deemed interest of 33.27 percent in M1.
Sept 27 (Reuters) - Singapore Press Holdings Ltd: * UNDERTAKEN TO ROLL-OVER ITS EXISTING 13.45% STAKE IN M1 INTO OFFEROR; ENVISAGED TO INVEST UP TO S$51.3 MILLION IN CASH IN OFFEROR FOR M1 * APPROVAL FROM ...
KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Keppel Corporation Ltd (KCL) and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) are looking to buy out Axiata Group Bhd's stake in Singapore's smallest mobile network operator M1 Ltd, sources familiar with the situation said on Wednesday. Axiata is M1's largest shareholder with a 28.3 percent stake, while Keppel owns about 19.7 percent through a unit, and SPH owns about 13.3 percent.
Malaysia's Axiata Group Bhd said it is reviewing its stake in M1 Ltd after Keppel Corporation Ltd and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) expressed an interest in Singapore's smallest mobile network provider. The comment comes after conglomerate Keppel on Monday said it was considering "a transaction for the shares in M1" alongside media group SPH. The Malaysian telecommunications firm, in a statement on Wednesday, said it is in discussion with a financial institution to act as its advisor "to review various options available to Axiata with the sole objective that the company continues to vigorously protect and enhance shareholders' value of both Axiata and M1".
Sept 26 (Reuters) - Axiata Group Bhd: * MALAYSIA'S AXIATA SAYS CURRENTLY REVIEWING POSITION IN VIEW OF A POSSIBLE TRANSACTION TO BE FURTHER ANNOUNCED BY KEPPEL AND SPH ON ITS M1 SHARES * AXIATA SAYS IN ...
Conglomerate Keppel Corporation Ltd said on Monday that along with media group Singapore Press it was considering a transaction related to its holdings in communication provider M1 Ltd. Keppel also said in an announcement that it was considering a transaction regarding its stake in Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation. M1's largest shareholders, which also include Malaysia's Axiata Group, had considered but eventually called off a strategic review of their holdings in the telecommunication provider last year, saying parties interested in buying those stakes did not meet certain criteria.
* Malaysia gains for seventh session * Vietnam closes at 2-week high * Thailand ends at 1-week low By Karthika Suresh Namboothiri July 17 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets inched higher on ...
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Singapore Press Holdings’ (SPH) suffered from lower profit in Q2 as it crashed 24.9% YoY from $53.5m to $40.19m. For the first half year, profit slightly increased by 1.4% YoY to $100.6m. According to its financial statement, its Q2 media operating revenue fell 7.4% YoY from $168.03m to $155.59m.
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The page count of Singapore Press Holdings’ (SPH) newspapers slipped 12.7% YoY, whilst the three segments (recruit, classifieds, display) reported a 19%, 16% and 11% YoY decline in page counts respectively, UOB Kay Hian revealed in an analysis of The Straits Times newspapers. The quarter’s decline represented a moderation from Q1 2018’s -13.6% YoY. UOB Kay Hian analyst Foo Zhi Wei noted that larger-than-expected page count decline prompts a downward revision of print revenue assumptions.
It intended to cut its staff costs by 10% to improve earnings. For its 1Q2018 results, Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) saw its staff costs fall 5% YoY as it achieved its headcount reduction target. Singapore ...
For the first quarter of 2018, Singapore Press Holdings' (SPH) revenue for its media segment continued to fall 13.9% YoY, led by a decline in display, classifieds, magazines and circulation. Display ads’ revenue rose 4.2% QoQ, thanks to a broader economic recovery in Singapore and spillover effect from improved sentiment.
Oil and gas equipment manufacturer Wayne Burt Precision Technologies is facing 91 charges under Singapore’s Employment Act (EA) for failing to pay the salaries of 24 employees. The company was charged by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Thursday (Nov 30) in the State Courts, according to a press statement. The race to build microchips to meet global demand for electronic gadgets is exaggerating Singapore’s economic rebound, creating a potential headache for policymakers deciding whether to tighten monetary conditions for the first time in six years.
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