Keppel Corporation Ltd (KPLM.SI)
19 Jul 2018
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* 1.7 MILLION UNITS IN CO BEEN ISSUED AT US$0.8827/UNIT AS PAYMENT OF BASE FEE COMPONENT OF MANAGEMENT FEE FROM 9 NOV 2017 TO 31 MARCH Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
SINGAPORE, April 19 Singapore's Keppel Corp first quarter profit rose to its highest level in nine quarters, helped by a divestment gain and contributions from property trading in Singapore and China.
SINGAPORE, April 19 Singapore's Keppel Corp posted a 34 percent rise in first-quarter profit, boosted by a divestment gain and higher contributions from property trading in Singapore and China.
BRIEF-Keppel-KBS US REIT Says For Period Of 9 Nov 2017 To 31 March 2018 Net Property Income Was $22.328 Mln
* FOR PERIOD OF 9 NOV 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2018 NET PROPERTY INCOME WAS $22.328 MILLION
* FELS OFFSHORE, TITAN PETROCHEMICALS AND TITAN QUANZHOU SHIPYARD TO TERMINATE DEAL TO MANAGE TQS SHIPYARD
SINGAPORE Taking aim at corporate corruption, Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings called on firms it has stakes in not to cross a "bright red line" in the wake of a bribery scandal at one of its portfolio companies Keppel Corporation.
SINGAPORE, March 5 Taking aim at corporate corruption, Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings called on firms it has stakes in not to cross a "bright red line" in the wake of a bribery scandal at one of its portfolio companies Keppel Corporation.
* AWILCO DRILLING IS CONTEMPLATING A PRIVATE PLACEMENT OF NEW SHARES WITH GROSS PROCEEDS IN AMOUNT OF USD 65 MILLION DIRECTED TOWARDS NORWEGIAN AND INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS
* Experts suggest raising fines under Singapore anti-graft law