STI ended February 2019 at around 3212 factors, up somewhat from last month. Tensions over India and Pakistan, concerns over China-US trade deal and US-North Korea summit disagreements were some of the news driving the markets this month. 12 months results There have been also some talk about price response on companies that reported their full. This month For, I have attended the next AGMs/EGMs/briefing – Keppel Infrastructure Trust and Delfi. For my top 30 holdings, Amara and CapitaLand came back to the list after publishing good full-year results.
Other positive movers include Haw Par and ASIA Orchard. Hiap Hoe and GK Goh, however, disappointed using their marked to market losses on investment in financial resources while Jardine C&C results skipped estimates. Companies in the list which announced special dividends this season on top of their normal normal dividend include Best World, Haw Par, Hotel Properties, Hong Fok, Singapura Finance, Hotel Amara, and Royal.
I have obtained the next companies from the marketplace this month – Asia Enterprises, Bund Center, EnGro, ASIA Orchard, GK Goh, HRnetGroup, IPC Corp, Koh Brothers, Metro, Pacific Century, Penguin, Tan Chong Teck and International Wah. I’ve shut my position in Halcyon Agri also. I have accepted the next voluntary delisting/cash offer this month – M1.
I also have participated in the following preferential offer/rights concern this month – Tee International. I have participated in the next scrip dividend techniques – AA Reit, Frasers Commercial Trust, and Mapletree Logistics Trust. Next month will be another month with very little activities as companies with financial season ending 31 December 2018 will be completing their full 12 months result reporting on 1 March 2019. As usual, I am doing some catch-up readings. I’ll also be going right through some of the full year result announcements again in preparation for the upcoming busy April AGM season.
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