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Ching Sue Mae
2019-01-02 07:43:15
Top 10 Best-Performing Stocks Listed on SGX in 2018
It was a rough year for the Singapore stock market in 2018, with most stocks seeing red. Despite the negative sentiments, there are stocks that have managed to tide through the volatility and shown overall growth. We look at the price of stocks that are more than 20 Singapore cents (minimum trading price), based on market opening on 2 January 2018 and market close on 28 December 2018. Here are the top 10 best-performing stocks listed on the SGX in 2018. Read Also: Step-By-Step Guide To Investing Better Using StockFacts #10 PCI Limited (SGX: P19) Opening price per share on 2 Jan 2018 = 0.770 Closing price per share on 28 Dec 2018 = 1.060 Percentage change = 38% #9 Cityneon Holdings Limited (SGX: 5HJ) Opening price per share on 2 Jan 2018 = 0.940 Closing price per share on 28 Dec 2018 = 1.30
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Mak Yuen Teen
2018-12-13 10:16:31
Transcorp Holdings: Resigning for medical reasons?
By Mak Yuen Teen On 12 December, Lai Hock Meng resigned as independent director and non-executive chairman of Transcorp Holdings, having joined the board just over four months earlier on 3 August. His resignation follows the earlier resignation of Wang Yingyang as CFO and company secretary on 7 December.  Mr Wang lasted just four days in the company. Remarkably, in both cases, the continuing sponsor Asian Corporate Advisors said that, based on enquiries made, it is satisfied that there are no reasons for the cessation other than those stated in the announcement. This once again raises questions about whether certain continuing sponsors are adequately discharging their responsibilities. In Mr Lai’s case, the announcement said that the resignation was “due to medical reasons

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