[SINGAPORE] Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd, a 187-year-old conglomerate with more than US$42 billion in sales, has been among Singapore's steadiest stocks for years. Not so in 2019.

HONGKONG Land, a member of the Jardine Matheson Group, saw full-year earnings rise in 2018, boosted by higher property rents and its property development business in China and Singapore.

JARDINE Strategic Holdings' (JSH) full-year profit sank 57 per cent to US$1.84 billion, hit by the costs of restructuring Dairy Farm's South-east Asia food business and fair-value investment...

HONGKONG Land, a member of the Jardine Matheson Group, saw full-year earnings rise in 2018, boosted by higher property rents and its property development business in China and Singapore. 

IN just one session, an investor - or a bunch of them - was more than S$12 million richer trading Jardine Matheson Holdings shares early yesterday morning.

BOTH Jardine Matheson Holdings (JMH) and Jardine Strategic Holdings (JSH) reported reduced profits in 1H18 on the back of lower non-trading gains.

JARDINE Matheson Holdings' (JMH) net profit for the first six months ended June 30 slumped 57 per cent year-on-year to US$928 million on the back of lower non-trading gains.