[SINGAPORE] The worst may be over for Singapore's property slump...

BT EXCLUSIVE

SHARES of property developers have had a good run over 2017 in anticipation of a property market recovery; investors are now looking to the companies to deliver.

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

UOL's mandatory offer for Singapore Land shares closed at 5.30pm on Jan 3 and is no longer open for acceptance...

THE Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) has, in its capacity as independent financial adviser (IFA), advised Singapore Land shareholders to accept the mandatory unconditional cash offer...

ANZ (Australia and New Zealand Banking Group) has, in its capacity as independent financial adviser, advised Singapore Land (SingLand) shareholders to accept the mandatory unconditional cash offer...

THE following stocks made announcements that may affect their trading on Wednesday when the market opens.

UOL Group Limited has announced a mandatory unconditional cash offer for all the shares in Singapore Land (SingLand) that it does not already own, at S$11.85 apiece in cash.

UOL Group Limited announced a mandatory unconditional cash offer for all the shares in Singapore Land (SingLand) that it does not already own at S$11.85 apiece in cash.

UOL Group Limited said on Monday that its interest in United Industrial Corporation (UIC) has increased to 712.92 million UIC shares or 49.78 per cent of UIC's issued share capital...