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05 августа 2015, 13:15

Singapore stocks higher at close of trade; FTSE Straits Times Singapore up 0.01%

Singapore stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Oil&Gas, Real Estate Holdings&Development and Healthcare sectors led shares higher. At the close in Singapore, the FTSE Straits Times Singapore gained 0.01%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Straits Times Singapore were Sembcorp Industries Ltd (SIN:SCIL), which rose 8.67% or 0.30 points to trade at 3.76 at the close. Meanwhile, Sembcorp Marine Ltd (SIN:SCMN) added 4.67% or 0.12 points to end at 2.69 and Keppel Corporation Limited (SIN:KPLM) was up 3.25% or 0.24 points to 7.62 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Genting Singapore Plc (SIN:GENS), which fell 8.33% or 0.075 points to trade at 0.825 at the close. Noble Group Limited (SIN:NOBG) declined 5.83% or 0.035 points to end at 0.565 and Jardine Cycle&Carriage Ltd (SIN:JCYC) was down 2.50% or 0.77 points to 30.00. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Singapore Stock Exchange by 245 to 187 and 41 ended unchanged. Shares in Genting Singapore Plc (SIN:GENS) fell to 5-year lows; losing 8.33% or 0.075 to 0.825. Crude oil for September delivery was up 0.46% or 0.21 to $45.95 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in September rose 0.58% or 0.29 to hit $50.28 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.55% or 6.00 to trade at $1084.70 a troy ounce. USD/SGD was up 0.30% to 1.3852, while EUR/SGD rose 0.07% to 1.5037. The US Dollar Index was up 0.21% at 98.25.

04 августа 2015, 13:15

Singapore stocks lower at close of trade; FTSE Straits Times Singapore down 0.21%

Singapore stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Technology, Industrials and Consumer Goods sectors led shares lower. At the close in Singapore, the FTSE Straits Times Singapore declined 0.21% to hit a new 6-months low. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Straits Times Singapore were Noble Group Limited (SIN:NOBG), which rose 27.66% or 0.130 points to trade at 0.600 at the close. Meanwhile, Golden Agri-Resources Ltd (SIN:GAGR) added 3.23% or 0.010 points to end at 0.320 and Sembcorp Industries Ltd (SIN:SCIL) was up 2.98% or 0.10 points to 3.46 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Jardine Matheson Hldgs Ltd (SIN:JARD), which fell 4.55% or 2.46 points to trade at 51.59 at the close. Jardine Strategic Hldgs Ltd (SIN:JSH) declined 2.28% or 0.69 points to end at 29.61 and Capitaland Limited (SIN:CATL) was down 1.85% or 0.06 points to 3.18. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Singapore Stock Exchange by 223 to 220 and 36 ended unchanged. Shares in Jardine Matheson Hldgs Ltd (SIN:JARD) fell to 52-week lows; losing 4.55% or 2.46 to 51.59. Shares in Jardine Strategic Hldgs Ltd (SIN:JSH) fell to 3-years lows; falling 2.28% or 0.69 to 29.61. Crude oil for September delivery was up 1.65% or 0.74 to $45.91 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in September rose 1.66% or 0.82 to hit $50.34 a barrel, while the December Gold contract rose 0.28% or 3.00 to trade at $1092.40 a troy ounce. USD/SGD was down 0.15% to 1.3762, while EUR/SGD rose 0.12% to 1.5110. The US Dollar Index was down 0.21% at 97.39.

03 августа 2015, 13:15

Singapore stocks lower at close of trade; FTSE Straits Times Singapore down 0.34%

Singapore stocks were lower after the close on Monday, as losses in the Healthcare, Oil&Gas and Utilities sectors led shares lower. At the close in Singapore, the FTSE Straits Times Singapore lost 0.34% to hit a new 6-months low. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Straits Times Singapore were Noble Group Limited (SIN:NOBG), which rose 3.30% or 0.015 points to trade at 0.470 at the close. Meanwhile, CapitaMall Trust (SIN:CMLT) added 3.00% or 0.060 points to end at 2.060 and Jardine Cycle&Carriage Ltd (SIN:JCYC) was up 1.59% or 0.47 points to 30.02 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Sembcorp Industries Ltd (SIN:SCIL), which fell 5.88% or 0.21 points to trade at 3.36 at the close. SIA Engineering Co Ltd (SIN:SIAE) declined 4.16% or 0.15 points to end at 3.46 and Olam International Limited (SIN:OLAM) was down 2.99% or 0.055 points to 1.785. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Singapore Stock Exchange by 332 to 135 and 29 ended unchanged. Shares in Sembcorp Industries Ltd (SIN:SCIL) fell to 3-years lows; losing 5.88% or 0.21 to 3.36. Shares in SIA Engineering Co Ltd (SIN:SIAE) fell to 3-years lows; falling 4.16% or 0.15 to 3.46. Crude oil for September delivery was down 1.62% or 0.77 to $46.35 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in September fell 2.34% or 1.22 to hit $50.99 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.27% or 3.00 to trade at $1092.10 a troy ounce. USD/SGD was up 0.34% to 1.3769, while EUR/SGD rose 0.17% to 1.5100. The US Dollar Index was up 0.18% at 97.50.

30 июня 2015, 13:15

Singapore stocks higher at close of trade; Singapore Straits Time up 1.23%

Singapore stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Technology, Telecoms and Real Estate Holdings&Development sectors led shares higher. At the close in Singapore, the Singapore Straits Time rose 1.23%. The best performers of the session on the Singapore Straits Time were Noble Group Limited (SIN:NOBG), which rose 5.56% or 0.040 points to trade at 0.760 at the close. Meanwhile, Capitaland Limited (SIN:CATL) added 2.94% or 0.10 points to end at 3.50 and Jardine Matheson Hldgs Ltd (SIN:JARD) was up 2.62% or 1.45 points to 56.75 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Genting Singapore Plc (SIN:GENS), which fell 0.56% or 0.005 points to trade at 0.895 at the close. Sembcorp Industries Ltd (SIN:SCIL) declined 0.51% or 0.02 points to end at 3.89 and Jardine Strategic Hldgs Ltd (SIN:JSH) was down 0.39% or 0.12 points to 30.27. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Singapore Stock Exchange by 262 to 180 and 43 ended unchanged. Shares in Genting Singapore Plc (SIN:GENS) fell to 5-year lows; losing 0.56% or 0.005 to 0.895. Crude oil for August delivery was up 0.61% or 0.35 to $58.69 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in August rose 1.23% or 0.76 to hit $62.77 a barrel, while the August Gold contract fell 0.68% or 8.00 to trade at $1171.00 a troy ounce. USD/SGD was up 0.00% to 1.3461, while EUR/SGD fell 0.40% to 1.5065. The US Dollar Index was up 0.27% at 95.34.

29 ноября 2012, 10:32

Сингапур: Sembcorp планирует расширить свою деятельность

Крупнейшее в Юго-Восточной Азии коммунальное предприятие Sembcorp Industries планирует приобрести новые заводы с целью удовлетворения возросшего спроса на энергоресурсы. Так, компания рассматривает возможность покупки активов в Индии, Индонезии и Мьянме.

17 мая 2012, 12:31

Nigerian Officials from Delta State Visit Singapore’s Special Economic Zones and Competitive Clusters

SINGAPORE, May 17, 2012 – Government officials from Delta State, Nigeria, travelled to Singapore on May 7 to learn about the country’s successful experiences in industrial development, special economic zones, ports, and competitive clusters. The Governor of Delta State, Dr Uduaghan, and high-level commissioners comprised the 19-person delegation. The Competitive Industries Practice of the World Bank Group in Singapore led the study visit, which was jointly organized with the Civil Service College of Singapore and International Enterprise Singapore. “The week is a gold standard on how to further economic development in a pragmatic manner. It also highlights the commitment of the Governor of the Delta State by bringing his best and brightest to immerse in Singapore. The delegation was able to leverage the World Bank Group platform to dialogue with experts here,” said Parth S. Tewari, the World Bank’s Head of Competitive Industries Practice in Singapore.  The delegation was able to observe future industrial park development by Jurong Consultants.The program was designed to support the policy makers behind the aspiration of “Delta State Beyond Oil’ and diversifying the economy. The delegates learned about how to use ‘skill’, ‘will’ and ‘access’ to turn their vision into an actionable plan that will address security, human capital, and infrastructure development needs. At a private sector relationship building session, private companies in Singapore expressed interest in doing business in Delta State and forging relationships with the delegates. The discussions held by the World Bank were supported by focused presentations by industrial park and township developers, such as Jurong Consultants, Surbana, and Sembcorp. The delegates were then brought to see industrial zones such as Jurong Island and Jurong Port, with a site visit to CrimsonLogic, a provider of eGovernment solutions. “By learning from Singapore’s public sector reforms, initiative and management practices, Deltans at the driving seat of government policies and programs will be repositioned to fast track development, attract more investors, and create employment,” said Dr Uduaghan. The Governor called on the World Bank to give technical assistance that will equip government officials with the capacity to better cope with global challenges. The World Bank’s Competitive Industries Practice, which is part of the Financial and Private Sector Development Vice Presidency Unit, was launched in Singapore in March 2012. The Competitive Industries Practice, through client engagements and a knowledge development agenda, is using an industry lens to assist client countries sequence and prioritize the investment of financial, political, and human capital. Through combined efforts and a growing global portfolio of lending and advisory services, the Practice helps client countries build the foundations of competitiveness by improving their investment climate, infrastructure, skills, technology, and access to finance. Contact: Natalia Radu World Bank Consultant, FPD Competitive Industries Practice Tel: +(65) 6517 1247 Email: [email protected]