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Singapore State Fund Said to Confront Complaints in Sale of GLP
Bloomberg
... company, has a long history with the assets: The company traces its roots back to the sovereign fund's 2008 purchase of Asian industrial properties from Prologis Inc., a portfolio later rebranded as GLP and listed on the Singapore stock exchange in ...

06/27/2017 02:27 AM


CNBC

Stocks in Asia close higher as oil prices rise; several markets closed
CNBC
Takata shares suspended from trade after the company decided to file for bankruptcy protection in Japan. Oil prices made gains after hitting 10-month lows last week. Markets in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, India and the Philippines are closed.
Asia stocks inch higher as crude gainsCitywire.co.uk
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06/26/2017 08:20 AM


iFast launches stock-dealing service for S'pore counters
The Straits Times
iFast Financial, a unit of mainboard-listed iFast Corp, has launched its stock-dealing service for Singapore listed stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) on its online platform FSMOne. The move last Friday came after iFast Singapore was admitted as a ...

06/25/2017 10:01 PM


Economic Times

Top stocks in focus on Friday, 23 June 2017
Economic Times
Domestic equity markets are likely to open on a flat note on Friday tracking Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange and mixed global cues. SGX Nifty was up 2 points, or 0.02 per cent, at 9,637 in the morning trade around 8 am (IST), indicating a ...

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06/23/2017 03:54 AM


Dhaka Tribune

Summit Power to list on Singapore Stock Exchange by 2018
Dhaka Tribune
Summit Power Group, Bangladesh's largest independent energy producer, is aiming to list on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) by 2018. In line with their expansion plans, Summit Power Group wants to heighten their brand nationally and globally.

06/22/2017 03:15 PM


The Economist

Hong Kong's stock exchange proposes a controversial reform
The Economist
And Singapore's exchange has launched its own consultation on dual-class shares. Cannily, HKEX is pushing for “non-standard governance features” only on the new third board. The SFC appears to be softening its stance on dual-class structures; bankers ...

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06/22/2017 02:53 PM