18 May 2009
Name Volume
GoldenAgr 766,844,000
China Hongx 650,485,000
Digiland 536,381,000
Abterra 423,221,000
Yangzijiang 370,713,000
Name Value
DBS 638,306,882
Wilmar 562,678,466
Noble Grp 501,938,180
UOB 457,778,123
Capitaland 441,244,956
Name Price Chg
Wilmar 4.490 +0.570
APB 11.500 +0.500
Creative 50 4.120 +0.380
GreatEast 9.690 +0.330
Sp Land 4.540 +0.310
Note: Weekly movement as at May 15, 2009
Singapore : Ships tread water, waiting for cargo.
Singapore : China Yongsheng faulted over payments.
Brussels : Gloomy Q1 saw 12,600 job losses
Washington : SGX is developing fuel oil futures contract
Shanghai : S'pore banks will emerge stronger from crisis: BCG
New York : Kuala Lumpur - KL draws flak over move to allow seven new banks
Singapore : Tokyo - Japan GDP set to shrink over 3% even with stimulus
Singapore : Beijing - China firms can buy stakes, invest in Taiwan from May

OKP Holdings Limited
OKP inks $3.4 million maiden contract with URA for environmental improvement works

Mainboard-listed company OKP Holdings Limited announced its successful first contract from the Urban Development Authority (URA). The deal is worth $3.4 million and handed to OKP’s full subsidiary Eng Lam Contractors Co (Pte) Ltd.

The environment improvement works project will be implemented in stages. The first stage involving Siglap Village will start on May 22, 2009, and completed in January 2010. The second stage will cover works at Upper Serangoon Road and along the canal at Kampong Sireh will also start on May 22, 3009 and expected to be completed within a year.

The project includes demolition and repair to walkways, pavements, roads, building of new walkway slabs and planter boxes, landscaping works, and maintenance and engineering works.


Celestial NutriFoods Limited
Celestial's First Quarter Net Profit Rises 8.4% To RMB141.1 Million

Mainboard-listed Celetial NutriFoods Limited announced its results for the first quarter of 2009, ending March 31 (1QFY2009). The Group’s sales for 1QFY2009 fell 22.5 per cent to RMB469.6 million down from RMB605.7 million in the previous corresponding period (1QFY2008). However, net profit rose 8.4 per cent to RMB141.1 million in 1QFY2009, up from RMB130.2 million in 1QFY2008.

Executive Chairman and CEO Mr Ming Dequan attributed the depressed sales to consumers cutting back on their spending during the financial crisis. Moreover, average utilization rates of the facilities for each product also went down.

He added that the demand for biochemical feedstuff, lecithin, and SPI had remained stable despite the market conditions and due to the relative tight supply in the PRC.


Soup Restaurant Group Limited (the Company or the Group) was established on July 20, 1991, and subsequently listed on the SGX-Catalist on May 28, 2007. It operates a chain of restaurants that serve traditional home-cooked dishes made from family recipes.

Presently, the company has 21 restaurants in Singapore under two major brand names - 13 "Soup Restaurant" and 8 "Dian Xiao Er" restaurants. It sells traditional "Chinatown Heritage Cuisine" originated from its Managing Director, Mok Yip Peng's family recipes. Their signature dishes include "Samsui Ginger Chicken" and various traditional Chinese double-boiled herbal soups.

The "Dian Xiao Er" group of restaurants is known for serving herbal roasted ducks and Chinese cuisines. The “Dian Xiao Er” group of restaurants was acquired through the purchase of a 50.98% equity interest in Y.E.S F & B Group Pte. Ltd. in November 2006. The signature dishes are "Herbal Roasted Duck with Angelica Herb", "Herbal Roasted Duck with Ten Wonder Herb" and "Herbal Roasted Duck with Wild Ginseng".

Currently, the company has one "Kampong Days" outlet in Causeway Point Shopping Centre, Woodlands. The outlet serves a variety of home-cooked local dishes.

The group reported a revenue increase from 33,985,000 in 2007 to 39,953,000 in 2008, representing a jump of 17.6 per cent for the year ending December 31, 2008.

The group had also stated its plans to expand the operations regional through direct investments, joint ventures, and/or franchising. In addition, it also intends to upgrade and refurbish its existing outlets.

In addition, the company recently stated its intention to re-apply for a transfer to the SGX Mainboard after it meets all the requirements imposed by the SGX.

 Date Open High Low Close Volume   Volume Weighted
Average Price
15 May 2009 0.080 0.080 0.080 0.080 150,000 0.08000
14 May 2009 0.080 0.080 0.080 0.080 30,000 0.08000
13 May 2009 0.085 0.085 0.080 0.080 199,000 0.08106
12 May 2009 0.080 0.085 0.080 0.085 152,000 0.08092

Historial EPS ($) a
Rolling EPS ($) e
NAV ($) b
Historical PE
Rolling PE f
Price / NAV b
Dividend ($) d
52 Weeks High
Cash Value ($)g
Dividend Yield (%) d
52 Weeks Low
Price / Cash Valueg
Issued & Paid-up Shares c
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Stock Categories
Index Components
FTSE ST All-Share / FTSE ST Industrials / FTSE ST China / FTSE ST China Top Index / Straits Times Index (STI)
a Based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for the current number of shares..
b Based on latest results announcement (Full Year, Half Year or Interim), adjusted for the current number of shares.
c Rounded to the nearest thousand. Updated on 24/02/2009
d Dividend is based on latest Full Year results announcement, adjusted for current number of shares and excludes special dividend.
e Summation of the earnings from the latest 4 Quarter (or 2 Half Year) results announcement, adjusted for the current number of shares.
f Based on rolling EPS
g Based on latest results announcement (Full Year, Half Year or Interim), adjusted for the current number of shares. Cash value does not include bank loans or other borrowings.

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