THE following stocks made announcements after Thursday's market close that could affect its trading on Friday:
Yoma Strategic said its subsidiary, Convenience Prosperity Company Ltd (CPCL), has been appointed by J C Bamford Excavators as the exclusive distributor for the Myanmar market. The partnership is important at a time when infrastructure and construction activities are accelerating across the country, said its CEO Melvyn Pun.
Seafood supply chain manager Oceanus Group has signed a binding term sheet with two of three of its key creditors for a proposed debt restructuring, which may greatly reduce its total outstanding debt balance. The total debt balance, including accrued interest, held under the two key creditors, Ocean Wonder International and BW Investment, amounts to S$71.85 million, representing 82.8 per cent of Oceanus's outstanding debts.
Del Monte Pacific narrowed its first quarter loss to US$8.7 million, from US$10.7 million a year ago, on lower operating expenses as a result of a restructuring that started last year. The group's revenue shrank 2.8 per cent to US$465.5 million from the preceding year.