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MALAYSIA SMELTING CORP BHD 100 (SGX:NC9) has changed the issuer name / code to MALAYSIA SMELTING CORP BHD (SGX:NPW) with effect from 2018-08-16 due to shares consolidation.

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Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / MYL5916OO001
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Materials / Materials / Metals and Mining

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2021-12-07 11:51:13
Straits Trading Revs Up Real Estate Growth Engine
Despite spending nearly three decades of his career in the real estate investment and management industry, Desmond Tang has yet to experience a dull day. That’s because the real estate industry has continued to prove its resilience amid disruptive trends. And Tang’s start-up experience – prior to leading Straits Real Estate (SRE), a wholly owned subsidiary of SGX-listed The Straits Trading Company – has come in handy. “Real estate is never boring,” said Tang, the Chief Executive Officer of SRE. “Despite its image as a traditional old-fashioned industry – a common parochial view – real estate is difficult to replace, even as economies evolve, and technology changes lives and businesses.” “People talk about modernising real estate, but the truth of matt
Timothy Ho
2021-10-23 14:09:19
4 Singapore Billionaire Stocks Performing Well In 2021: iFAST; Hour Glass; Thomson Medical; Straits Trading
The term “billionaire” gets thrown around quite often these days. While the definition of billionaire typically refers to an individual with a net worth of at least USD 1 billion, some lists like Forbes Singapore’s 50 Richest also include married couples or family accumulated wealth. In an SGX Market Update report earlier this week, SGX highlighted a list of some of the best-performing stocks in 2021 on SGX with a market capitalisation of at least S$1 billion. While there are 89 primary-listed stocks on the SGX with a market capitalisation of at least $1 billion, some of these companies like DBS, Singtel and Singapore Airlines, are owned by large institutional shareholders as opposed to being owned by a small group of individuals. In this week’s edition of 4 Stocks This Week, we t

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