SINGAPORE shares ended lower on Friday ahead of key US economic data scheduled for release later.
THE following companies saw new developments which may affect trading of their shares on Wednesday:
HOCK LOCK SIEW
EZION Holdings looks set to re-open to frenzied trading this week when it emerges from a months-long trading suspension and a complex debt revamp.
SHAREHOLDERS of an Alaskan oil field will take an enlarged 38.2 per cent stake in Alpha Energy Holdings in exchange for injecting their share of the oil field into the Singapore-listed company.
CHARISMA Energy Services announced before Tuesday's trading hours, the appointment of a new financial controller and joint company secretary. ...
LAST week's announcement by offshore and marine (O&M) firm Ezion Holdings that it has secured a landslide vote to refinance about S$575 million worth of notes and perpetuals was significant...
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Wednesday.
O&M DEBT RESTRUCTURING
EZION Holdings is cautiously optimistic about getting noteholders' approval for its refinancing plans as it points to recovery in its core liftboat business, said its financial adviser...
EZION Holdings is cautiously optimistic about getting noteholders approval for its refinancing plans as it points to recovery in its core liftboat business, said its financial adviser.
MAINBOARD-LISTED Ezion Holdings, together with the Securities Investors Association (Singapore) (SIAS), will be holding a third informal meeting with securityholders on Nov 2.