NEWS ANALYSIS

ON the surface, the opportunity for United Engineers (UE) to pay S$174 million for a 29.9 per cent stake in WBL Corp presently held by OCBC, its founding Lee family and the Yanlord Perennial...

PERENNIAL Real Estate's fourth- quarter profit rose 7.9 per cent to S$27.6 million, driven by fair value gains of S$39.2 million mainly from the revaluation of China projects...

PERENNIAL Real Estate saw its fourth-quarter net profit rising 7.9 per cent to S$27.6 million from S$25.6 million last year, largely driven by net fair value gains on the revaluation of investment...

PROPERTY developer Perennial Real Estate has launched and priced an issue of S$120 million in fixed rate notes due 2021, to be issued under its S$2 billion multicurrency debt issuance programme.

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Thursday:

UNITED Engineers Ltd (UEL) reported a net profit of S$10.6 million for the third quarter ended Sept 30, down from S$134.65 million a year ago.

UNITED Engineers Limited (UEL) reported a net profit of S$10.6 million for the third quarter ended Sept 30, down from S$134.65 million a year ago.

STOCKS to look out for on Wednesday morning trading include ST Engineering, CapitaLand, OKP Holdings, Singapore Airlines and Perennial Real Estate.

THE takeover offer for United Engineers Limited (UEL) closed on Tuesday, but the offer for UEL's ordinary shares has lapsed due to insufficient takers...

PERENNIAL Real Estate Holdings, which recently led a consortium to consider the en bloc sale of AXA Tower for at least S$1.65 billion, on Tuesday reported a surge in its second-quarter net profit to...