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Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (STEG.SI)

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Air New Zealand Teams Up With ST Engineering To Trial Use Of Drones To Inspect Aircraft
Monday, 17 Jun 2019 

June 17 (Reuters) - Air New Zealand Ltd ::TEAMED UP WITH ST ENGINEERING TO TRIAL USE OF DRONES TO INSPECT AIRCRAFT.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Secures Up To S$2.6 Bln Contract From U.S. Navy
Wednesday, 24 Apr 2019 

April 24 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::SECURES UP TO S$2.6 BILLION POLAR SECURITY CUTTER CONTRACT FROM U.S. NAVY.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Secures Contracts Worth S$2.1 Bln For Q1
Monday, 22 Apr 2019 

April 22 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::ST ENGINEERING SECURES CONTRACTS WORTH $2.1B FOR 1Q2019.CONTRACTS SECURED THROUGH AEROSPACE AND ELECTRONICS SECTORS.DEVELOPMENTS NOT EXPECTED TO HAVE ANY MATERIAL IMPACT ON CONSOL EPS OF CO FOR CURRENT FY.ALL FIGURES IN S$.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Says St Engineering Wins Seaport Agv Contract
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2019 

March 26 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::ST ENGINEERING WINS SEAPORT AGV CONTRACT FROM PSA CORPORATION LTD.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Says FY Profit Attributable S$494.2 Mln Vs S$502.6 Mln
Wednesday, 20 Feb 2019 

Feb 21 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::FY REVENUE S$6,698 MILLION VERSUS S$6,521 MILLION.FY PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS S$494.2 MILLION VERSUS S$502.6 MILLION.DIRECTORS PROPOSE A FINAL DIVIDEND OF 10.0 CENTS PER SHARE.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Says Signed An Agreement With DSO National Laboratories
Thursday, 14 Feb 2019 

Feb 14 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::SIGNED AN AGREEMENT WITH DSO NATIONAL LABORATORIES TO SET UP A JOINT VENTURE COMPANY.ST ENGINEERING'S PLANNED INVESTMENT OF US$3M IS FOR A 51% STAKE IN JVCO, WITH REMAINING 49% TO BE HELD BY DSO..JVCO SETUP NOT EXPECTED TO HAVE MATERIAL IMPACT ON CONSOLIDATED NET TANGIBLE ASSETSPER SHARE, EARNINGSPER SHARE OF CO FOR CURRENT FY.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Says Aerospace Arm Secures Contracts Worth S$450M In 4Q2018
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2019 

Jan 15 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::AEROSPACE ARM SECURES CONTRACTS WORTH S$450M IN 4Q2018.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Says Aerospace Arm Divests Shares In US Pilot Training Business
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

Dec 3 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::ST ENGINEERING'S AEROSPACE ARM DIVESTS SHARES IN US PILOT TRAINING BUSINESS.SHARE SALE IS COMPLETED TODAY AT A CASH CONSIDERATION OF US$1.5M.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Says Unit To Sell Leeboy India Construction Equipment
Wednesday, 31 Oct 2018 

Oct 31 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::UNIT TO DIVEST LEEBOY INDIA CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT PRIVATE TO POLYHOSE INDIA PRIVATE LTD FOR $1.05 MILLION.  Full Article

Singapore Technologies Engineering Says Unit Injects Capital into aircraft leasing business
Tuesday, 30 Oct 2018 

Oct 30 (Reuters) - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd ::JOINT VENTURE COMPANY, KEYSTONES HOLDINGS (GLOBAL) PTE LTD INJECTED US$$8.5 MILLION INTO KEYSTONE 5 PTE. LTD.  Full Article

SE Asia Stocks-Most slip; Indonesia falls most as consumer staples drag

* Unilever biggest drag in Indonesia * Ayala Land biggest boost to Philippine index on listing plans By Ambar Warrick April 25 Indonesian shares hit a near 1-1/2-month closing low on Thursday due to a fall in consumer staples counters, as most Southeast Asian stock markets ended down, while Philippines rose on last-minute gains in real-estate companies. Asian shares slipped as a surprise deterioration in German and South Korean economic data rekindled fears of sl