APAC Realty IPO APAC Realty has launched its IPO to gather about S$2.9mil by offering about 4.4 million shares at S$0.66 each. According to the APAC Realty’s IPO Prospectus logged with MAS here, The core business of APAC Realty is its property brokerage business under the ERA brand. The proceed of S$2.9mil from the IPO
… Continuing from Can Companies’ Announcements via SGX Be Trusted? yesterday. Si2i share buyback on 13-Sep-2017 Si2i again announced buying back 9,147 shares by way of market acquisition on 13-Sep-2017 at price range between $3.09 and $3.24. According to market data presented at POEMS, there were only 9 trades done today (13-Sep), with
S i2i announced Daily Share Buy-Back on 12-Sep-2017 Since early August, S i2i has been buying back its own share from market almost everyday, and the buybacks activities have lifted its share price from $2.60+ all the way to $3.20+ until yesterday. Today, its share price fall back to $3.00. According to POEMS, there were
Apparently SGX had issued query to Blumont Group regarding the stuck-off of dormant subsidiary worth S$1.8mil. SGX.Observer just mentioned about this in the previous article: Blumont Group and Its New & Ultimate Horizon To recap, On 20 June 2017, Blumont Group announced – The Board of Directors of Blumont Group Ltd. (the “Company”) wishes to announce
Blumont Group’s profit guidance for 2Q2017 – 10 Aug 2017 Blumont Group issued profit warning for its 2017Q2 ended 30 June 2017 on 10 Aug 2017 (Thursday) after market closed. In the announcement, it mentioned – The expected losses in 2Q2017 and 1H2017 primarily arose from the following: (a) grant of 4,120,000 share awards at S$0.001 per
Noble Group (CGP:SGX), has been listed on SGX Mainboard since on 14 March 1997. Once a Straits Times Index component stock, Noble was removed from the index and replaced by CapitaLand Commercial Trust since 21 Mar 2016. According to SGX StockFacts, the adjusted share price of Noble Group in June 2014 was in the range of S$14+/-.
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