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Singapore Wrap: Tuesday, May 12
A round-up of the day's Singapore news:
The resale prices and volume of non-landed private homes in Singapore continued to slip in April, with SRX's price index for such homes falling 0.7 per cent last month compared to March.
IE Singapore, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and five private corporations on Tuesday launched a programme to train university students for the energy, commodities, and metals industries.
- Guocoleisure posts Q3 profit of US$4.4m
- Thakral Corp posts S$358,000 loss for Q1
- Bund Center Q1 profit up 35% on higher hotel revenue, leasing income
- Koh Brothers Q1 profit dips marginally to S$4.71m
- Sinarmas Land Q1 net profit jumps 70% on higher revenue, forex gain
- ASL Marine Q3 earnings dive on industry downturn
- Golden Agri Q1 net profit falls 84% on lower CPO prices
- Super Group net profit down 24% to S$13.6m
- UOL Group Q1 net profit slips 39% in absence of one-off gains
- SBS Transit's Q1 profit up 44.6% to S$4.8m
- SIAEC posts 36.5 per cent drop in net profit for Q4
More news on Singapore-listed companies:
- Pteris Global bags 71m yuan contract from Eastern Air Logistics
- Frasers Centrepoint offers S$200m seven-year bonds at 3.65%
Singapore shares closed 0.8 per cent lower on Tuesday with the Straits Times Index shedding 28.47 points to 3442.33 following a drop in the United States equities.