2 November 2009
Name Volume
Teledata 389,321,000
Genting SP 309,656,000
Transcu 223,346,000
GoldenAgr 192,727,000
MemstarT 145,305,000
Name Value
Capitaland 608,640,746
DBS 442,841,975
SingTel 416,603,599
Genting SP 334,541,440
UOB 269,319,198
Name Price Chg
Tri-M^ 0.730 +0.125
APB 12.000 +0.100
SIA Engg 2.800 +0.080
Hyflux 3.080 +0.070
GP Bat 1.100 +0.070
Note: Weekly movement as at October 30, 2009

C2O Holdings
C2O Holdings Limited Consolidates Its Position As An Integrated Offshore Support Provider With Proposed Acquisition Of Swissco International Limited

C20 Holdings Limited (“The Company”) announced that it had on 26 October 2009 entered into a non-binding and conditional term sheet with Yeo Holdings Private Limited (“YH”), the controlling shareholder of Swissco International Limited (“Swissco”) for the proposed acquisition by the Company of all of YH’s 107,976,797 shares (representing 54.75 per cent of the total issued and paid up shares) in Swissco at S$0.89 per share. The proposed transaction with YH is part of the Company’s plan to acquire all the shares in Swissco (“Proposed Acquisition”).


SPH Magazines Is Market Leader

The magazine arm of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) has kept its position as market leader in the local magazine industry, this year's Nielsen Media Index showed. Its magazines topped the readership stakes in four out of six categories, although some of them suffered a drop in reader numbers.

In the women's magazines category, Her World emerged No 1, while Men's Health was top among men's magazines. In the parenting magazines category, Young Parents came first, and Home and Decor topped the interior design magazines category.


Cheung Woh
Capital Investment

The Board of Directors of Cheung Woh Technologies Ltd ("the Company") announced on October 30, 2009 that the Company will be investing approximately $8 million in early 2010 to expand its capacity for the production of hard disk drives components in its factory situated in Johor, Malaysia ("Capital Investment"). The Company will release further details on the Capital Investment when the said investment takes place in early 2010. The Capital Investment will be financed by bank loan and internal resources.


Rotary Engineering Inks $20M Shell Contracts For Maintenance And Revamp Works

Mainboard-listed Rotary Engineering Limited (Rotary) has secured two contracts worth a total of $20 million from Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd (Shell) for revamp works at one of the process units on Pulau Bukom and for maintenance works at Shell Chemical’s plants on Jurong Island.

The deals – clinched through Rotary’s subsidiary and maintenance arm, Rotary IMC Pte Ltd – have no impact on the current year’s financial performance. Rotary’s scope of works includes piping works, mini shutdowns, equipment relocation and turnaround.


Rotary Engineering Ltd

Rotary Engineering Ltd is a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance services specialising in the oil-and-gas industry. Headquartered in Singapore, Rotary has established a strong presence in the Asia-Pacific and continues to make its mark as a global player. Established in 1972, the Rotary Group has forged a reputation built on its hallmark traits of providing quality services, within budget and on time. It prides itself on a highly skilled workforce that forms the mainstay of its core engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance services. The Group today boasts a total strength of over 7,800 employees, and has built an enduring relationship with its clients among which include Oiltanking, ExxonMobil Asia Pacific, Thai Tank Terminal, Xiamen Paktank and local company Hin Leong Trading.

Singapore remains a key market for Rotary and it actively seeks business opportunities overseas. Today, it has a presence in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Australia, China and the Middle East.

Rotary Engineering Ltd has been listed on the mainboard of the Stock Exchange of Singapore since 1993. Rotary was the winner for "Most Transparent Company" in the Construction Category at the SIAS Investors' Choice Awards 2007. In 2008, Rotary was the winner in the Enterprise category of the Singapore Business Awards which was jointly organised by The Business Times and DHL Worldwide Express Singapore. At the Singapore Corporate Awards 2009, Rotary’s Chairman and Managing Director, Mr Chia Kim Piow, won the Joint Best Chief Executive Officer for 2008 in the "$300 million to less than $1 billion in market capitalisation'' category.

 Date Open High Low Close Volume  
30 Oct 2009 1.080 1.090 1.030 1.050 3,933,000
29 Oct 2009 1.020 1.070 1.000 1.070 3,998,000
28 Oct 2009 1.080 1.090 1.050 1.050 2,511,000
27 Oct 2009 1.090 1.090 1.070 1.080 1,727,000
26 Oct 2009 1.070 1.130 1.070 1.100 2,777,000

EPS ($) a
Rolling EPS ($) e
NAV ($) b
Rolling PE f
Price / NAV b
Dividend ($) d
52 Weeks High
Cash Value ($)g
Dividend Yield (%) d
52 Weeks Low
Price / Cash Valueg
Issued & Paid-up Shares c
Par Value ($)
Market Cap (M)
Stock Categories
Oil & Gas
SGX Sector Classification
Index Components
FTSE ST All-Share / FTSE ST Industrials / FTSE ST Small Cap
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 06/08/2009.
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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