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Genting Singapore Ltd (GENS.SI)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Genting Singapore Ltd Posts Qtrly Net Profit Attributable Of S$177.6 Mln
Friday, 3 Aug 2018 

Aug 3 (Reuters) - Genting Singapore Ltd ::QTRLY NET PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE S$177.6 MILLION VERSUS S$143.3 MILLION.QTRLY REVENUE S$560.3 MILLION VERSUS S$596.1 MILLION.INTERIM DIVIDEND 1.5 CENTS PER ORDINARY SHARE.  Full Article

Genting Singapore Says Genting International Corp Placed Under Stockholders' Voluntary Liquidation
Thursday, 31 May 2018 

May 31 (Reuters) - Genting Singapore PLC ::GENTING INTERNATIONAL CORP WAS PLACED UNDER STOCKHOLDERS' VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION AND DISSOLUTION.LIQUIDATION AND DISSOLUTION OF GIC IS NOT EXPECTED TO HAVE ANY MATERIAL IMPACT ON EARNINGS OF CO FOR FY ENDING 31 DEC 2018.  Full Article

Genting Singapore Qtrly Net Profit Attributable S$217.2 Mln Vs S$181.1 Mln
Thursday, 10 May 2018 

May 10 (Reuters) - Genting Singapore PLC ::QTRLY NET PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE S$ 217.2 MILLION VERSUS S$181.1 MILLION.QTRLY REVENUE S$ 675.1 MILLION VERSUS S$586.6 MILLION.  Full Article

Genting Singapore says qtrly net profit attributable S$143.8​ mln
Monday, 6 Nov 2017 

Nov 6 (Reuters) - Genting Singapore Plc :Qtrly net profit attributable S$143.8​ million versus S$106.9 million.Qtrly revenue S$‍629.9​ million versus S$581.5 million.  Full Article

Genting Singapore prices issuance of Japanese yen-denominated bonds
Wednesday, 18 Oct 2017 

Oct 18 (Reuters) - Genting Singapore Plc -:Priced issuance of publicly offered unsecured and unsubordinated Japanese yen-denominated bonds at 0.669% per annum​.  Full Article

SE Asia Stocks-Philippines jumps ahead of inflation data; Singapore down

* Philippines hits near 3-month high * Singapore down after 4 days of gains By Shreya Mariam Job Dec 4 Philippine stocks rose 2 percent on Tuesday, extending sharp gains from the prior session and hitting a near three-month high, ahead of November inflation data, while Singapore shares fell 1 percent on disappointing manufacturing data. Financials and industrials led the gains in the Philippines, with SM Investments Corp firming 2.5 percent and SM Prime Holdings