SINGAPORE (Nov 2): Here are a few stocks that could move the market this Thursday morning:
Frasers Logistics and Industrial Trust has revealed a 4Q appropriation for every unit (DPU) of 1.77 pennies, 8.6% higher than estimate. This brings FLT’s FY17 DPU to 8.85 pennies, 6.1% higher than figure. FLT accomplished gross income of A$42.2 million ($44.1 million) for 4Q, 4.8% above figure. Units in FLT shut at $1.11 on Wednesday.
Far East Hospitality Trust has pronounced a dispersion for every Stapled Security of 1.03 pennies for 3Q17, 8% bring down contrasted with the DPSS of 1.12 pennies in 3Q16. Net income fell 2% to $27.5 million while net property wage fell 2.3% to $24.8 million. Units in FEHT shut 1 penny higher at 72 pennies on Wednesday.
Oxley Holdings saw profit for 1Q18 surge almost sevenfold to $48.7 million from $7.1 million a year back on higher income. Income over the quarter dramatically increased to $310.6 million. Offers in Oxley shut 0.7% higher at 73 pennies on Wednesday. Offers in Oxley shut 0.7% higher at 73 pennies on Wednesday.
OUE Hospitality Trust has declared a dissemination for every stapled security (DPS) of 1.36 pennies for the 3Q finished September, up 10.6% from 1.23 pennies per year back. Net income grew 5.4% to $34.0 million out of 3Q17. Units of OUE Hospitality Trust shut a large portion of a penny higher at 81 pennies on Wednesday.
TTJ Holdings is intending to differentiate its current auxiliary steel business and operation of residences to incorporate waste administration and treatment. These incorporate waste administration and treatment-related exercises, for example, the arrangement of maintainability related arrangements like waste-to-vitality plants. Offers in TTJ shut down at 37 pennies on Wednesday, up 5.7% year to date.
KTL Global says CEO Tan Kheng Yeow was met by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and was asked for to surrender his travel permit. It comprehends that the examination identifies with conceivable offenses under the Securities and Futures Act. Offers in KTL Global shut 0.6 penny or 14.3% lower at 3.6 pennies on Wednesday.
Money Street stocks completed generally higher on Wednesday following another round of strong US information and a peppy examination on financial conditions by the Federal Reserve. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.3% to close the session at 23,435.01. The wide based S&P 500 increased 0.2% to 2,579.36, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index shed 0.2% to 6,716.53.
The benchmark Straits Times Index added 17.53 focuses or 0.52% to close at 3,391.61 – the most noteworthy in more than two years. Around 2.5 billion offers worth $1.5 billion changed hands, averaging out to be $0.60 a unit. Exchanging was firm, with gainers beating failures 305 to 158, barring warrants.