SHARES in electronics manufacturing services provider Valuetronics rose 9.6 per cent, or S$0.065, to S$0.745 apiece as at 9.45am on Monday. 

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AFTER a general uptrend for years, Valuetronics drew a query from the Singapore Exchange when it plunged 25 per cent over the last two days.

SHARES in Valuetronics fell 11.5 per cent to S$0.655 as at 1.47pm on Friday with 16.4 million shares traded, making it one of the most actively traded stocks on the Singapore bourse for the day. 

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INCREASED demand for both industrial and consumer electronics lifted results for Valuetronics for its third quarter.

INCREASED demand for both industrial and consumer electronics lifted results for Valuetronics for its third quarter.

STRONGER demand for smart LED lighting products lifted results for Valuetronics Holdings for its second quarter.

ELECTRONICS manufacturing services provider Valuetronics Holdings reported a near 65 per cent jump in net profit to HK$48.74 million (S$8.49 million) for the first quarter ended June 30 as revenue...

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