MORE Singapore-listed companies are reporting impact to their operations amid the ongoing novel coronavirus situation, the latest being Nico Steel and KTL Global. 

NICO Steel has extended its property lease at 51 Loyang Way with JTC Corp for an additional 20 years, and has committed to developing the property and investing S$460,000 in additional machinery...

METALS supplier Nico Steel posted a net loss of US$283,000 for its first half of fiscal 2020, versus a net profit of US$121,000 a year ago mainly due to uncertainties arising from the US-China...

MAINBOARD-LISTED Nico Steel Holdings on Monday said it has received approval for its patent on the electroplating process of an aluminium alloy with copper, for a period of 20 years, starting from...

MAINBOARD-LISTED metals supplier Nico Steel Holdings said it will be able to meet the S$40 million market capitalisation requirement to exit the Singapore Exchange (SGX) watch-list, given "...

MAINBOARD-LISTED metals supplier Nico Steel Holdings said it will be able to meet the S$40 million market capitalisation requirement to exit the Singapore Exchange (SGX) watch list, given “...

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

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) has granted Nico Steel Holdings a one-year extension to exit the bourse's watch list by Sept 4, 2020, failing which it will need to provide a reasonable exit offer to...

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

METALS supplier Nico Steel Holdings is expecting a "significant increase" in net profit for the full year ended Feb 28, 2019 due to stronger operating results.