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STI Lunchbell Top Gainers And Losers – 16/10/14
Lunchbell Update | 16 October 2014
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The Straits Times Index (STI) closed down 36.82 points (1.15 percent) at 3,161.90. The market traded on moderate volume of 138.08 million shares traded with 50 gainers and 343 losers as of 12:13pm.

Notable gainers were GDS Global, Top Global, InnoPac, Annica and Jackspeed, with GDS Global leading the pack.

Notable losers were Cedar Strategic, LifeBrandz, Debao Property, S i2i and China Yongsheng, with Cedar Strategic leading the pack.

In other alerts, Sabana Shari’ah Compliant Real Estate Investment Trust reported a 16.3 percent gain in gross revenue to $25.1 million for the third quarter ended 30 September, due to contribution from a newly acquired property in September 2013, as well as higher contribution from 151 Lorong Chuan. However, amount available for distribution was down 18.4 percent to $12.7 million on the back of a four-fold increase in property expenses. For the nine months, gross revenue was up 16.1 percent to $75.1 million, while amount available for distribution fell 16.9 percent to $38.7 million. The trust declared a distribution per unit of $0.0181 for the third quarter.

Singapore Press Holdings’ revenue edged down 2 percent to $1.2 billion for the year ended 31 August, mainly due to weaker performance at its newspaper and magazine business segment. Coupled with a 7.1 percent expansion in staff costs as a result of an upward salary adjustment, net profit was down 6.2 percent to $404.3 million. Subsequently, the group has declared a combined dividend per share of $0.14 (final dividend per share: $0.08, special dividend per share: $0.06).

GDS Global  -- -- --   
Business: Manufactures commercial and industrial doors and shutters. [FY18 Geographical] Singapore (59.4%), Europe (23.9%), Australia (7.9%), Greater China & others (8.8%).

Insight: Nov-18, FY18 revenue slid 25.7% mainly due to lowe... Read More
Innopac Hldgs  -- -- --   
Business: Co principally engages in investments of marketable securities, financial instruments and investment properties.

Insight: May-19, 9M19 revenue slid 56.3% due to decreased r... Read More
Annica Hldgs  -- -- --   
Business: Co engages in the sale & trading of oil & gas equipment, provision of engineering services & developing of biomass projects. [FY17 Geographical] Malaysia (69.1%), Singapore (23.2%), Indonesia (7.7%).

Insight: Aug-18, 1H18 revenue decreased by 14% due to delay... Read More
Jackspeed Corp  -- -- --   
Business: Sales of leather trim, accessories & OEM to car distributors & dealers, automobile, marine & aviation mfr. [FY19 Turnover] Accessories (65%), non-accessories (35%).

Insight: Apr-19, FY19 revenue slid 11% to $46.7m due to a d... Read More


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