SGX Stocks News

SGX Stocks NewsSingapore stocks opened level on Thursday (Sept 6), with the Straits Times Index withdrawing 0.28 point to 3,156 as at 9.04am.

Gainers dwarfed washouts 56 to 48, as nearly 37.6 million offers worth $117.2 million altogether changed hands.

The most effectively exchanged counter was YZJ Shipbuilding, the level at $1.09 with 4.4 million offers evolving hands. Brilliant Agri-Resources was the second most-exchanged counter with four million offers exchanged, down 3.45 for each penny or one penny to 28 pennies.

Singapore Stocks to Watch

1. Manhattan Resources: Mainboard-recorded Manhattan Resources is proposing a non-guaranteed balanced renounceable rights issue at 2.45 pennies for every offer to raise net continues of about $13.73 million. The proposed share cost for the rights issue speaks to a rebate of around 69.38 for each penny to the stock’s end cost of eight pennies for every offer for exchanges done on Aug 10.

2. Mapletree Industrial Trust: Mapletree Industrial Trust has propelled a $2 billion euro medium-term note program, with DBS Bank and OCBC Bank as joint arrangers and merchants. Under the program, guarantors Mapletree Industrial Trust Treasury Company and DBS Trustee may issue notes or never-ending securities named in any money as concurred between the merchant of the specific arrangement or tranche of securities.

3. Government International (2000): Oil and gas acquirement authority Federal International (2000) has won contracts totaling about US$7.3 million through two auxiliaries, Federal Hardware Engineering, and PT Federal International, from clients situated in Indonesia. Sustainable power source provider PT ATA Energi has named Federal as its acquirement specialist to supply vitality stockpiling frameworks. The task is relied upon to be finished by March 30, 2019, with shipment initiating from Jan 30, 2019.

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