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16 Apr 2012
Week's Top Volume Week Top Turnover Week Top Gainer
Name Volume Name Turnover Name Price Chg
HLH 999,098,000 DBS 365,820,197 BIDU ADR 10US$+ 151.300 6.3100
SingXpress 891,160,000 Kep Corp 363,999,397 GLD 10US$ 162.360 4.1500
JEL Corp^ 840,584,000 Genting SP 269,787,160 DBXT iBoxxUSTr5US$ 203.440 1.7300
TT Int 692,801,000 Bumitama 256,115,105 DBXT Vietnam 10US$ 25.750 1.5700
MDR 651,531,000 SembMar 242,796,060 DBXT AUDBonds 5AU$ 174.660 1.1300
Note: Weekly movement as at 13 Apr 2012

Investor Relations Alert

Perennial China Retail Trust: Lease Of Supermarket Space In Shenyang Longemont Shopping Mall To Carrefour.

Perennial China Retail Trust is pleased to announce that Shenyang Summit Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. had on 5 April 2012, entered into an agreement with Shenyang Carrefour Commercial Co., Ltd for Carrefour Shenyang to lease 18,570 sm of retail space located at Basements 1 and 2 at Shenyang Longemont Shopping Mall located at Pangjiang Street, Dadong District, Shenyang, Liaoning Province, the People's Republic of China. The Carrefour Lease Agreement is for a period of 20 years... FULL DETAIL Full Detail

Enviro-Hub: Proposed Disposal Of Cimelia Resource Recovery For US$25 Million.

Enviro-Hub Holdings Ltd. wishes to announce that the Company had on 5 April 2012 entered into a conditional sale and purchase agreement to dispose of the Company's entire shareholding interests in Cimelia Resource Recovery Pte. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, to Mohamed Gani Mohamed Ansari for an aggregate cash consideration of US$25,000,000, approximately S$31,250,000. Cimelia is primarily involved in the business of electronic waste recycling and refining of precious metals... FULL DETAIL Full Detail

GMG: Cameroon Further Decreed 4 Temporary Land Concessions.

The President of the Republic of Cameroon had, on 12 March 2012, further decreed the attribution of 4 temporary land concessions to Hevecam SA for the development of rubber plantations. These land sites have a collective total surface area of 18,365 hectares and are located at "Bissang", "Mpama", "Elogbatindi" and "Bipaga" in the Lokoundje and Kribi II subdivisions of the Ocean Province. Hevecam SA intends to conduct the extension of its planting activities on these sites and will commence land preparations shortly. Barring unforeseen circumstances, Hevecam SA projects the planting of 500 hectares for 2012... FULL DETAIL Full Detail

Auric Pacific: Appoints Saw Phaik Hwa As CEO.

Auric Pacific Group Limited is pleased to announce that it has completed its search for the CEO position. This follows a selection process involving a number of internal and external candidates for this role. There are some formalities to be completed and pending results to the satisfaction of the Board, the Board will appoint Ms Saw Phaik Hwa as the CEO with effect from 1 May 2012. Ms Saw is no stranger to the corporate world. She was formerly the CEO of SMRT Corporation Limited and had held various senior positions within DFS Venture Singapore Pte Ltd, a duty-free retail chain. Ms Saw's experience in retail has transformed SMRT into... FULL DETAIL Full Detail

Sin Heng: Substantial Shareholder In Discussions With Potential Buyers.

Sin Heng Heavy Machinery Limited wishes to announce that SEAVI Advent Equity V (C) Ltd., a substantial shareholder of the Company, had informed the Board that they will as part of their investment policies, from time to time review their 38.88% investment in the Company. In this regard, the Board was informed that SEAVI had been in various discussions with potential buyers of part or all of their shareholdings in the Company. SEAVI had stressed to the Board that those discussions have not been conclusive and there is no certainty or assurance that any definitive or binding agreement will result from such discussions... FULL DETAIL Full Detail

CRCT: Establishment Of A S$500 Million Multicurrency Medium Term Note Programme.

CapitaRetail China Trust wishes to announce that HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Limited in its capacity as trustee of CRCT, has established a S$500,000,000 Multicurrency Medium Term Note Programme and in connection therewith, the Company has appointed DBS Bank Ltd. to act as the arranger and a dealer of the MTN Programme. Under the MTN Programme, the Issuer may from time to time issue notes in series or tranches in Singapore dollars, the United States dollars, Renminbi or any other currency as may be agreed between the relevant dealer of the MTN Programme and the Issuer. Each series or tranche of Notes may be issued in various amounts an... FULL DETAIL Full Detail

Featured Companies

Listed Company Highlight of the Week
Singapore Press Holdings

Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH), is Southeast Asia's leading media organisation, engaging minds and enriching lives across multiple languages and platforms. In Singapore, SPH publishes 18 newspaper titles in four languages and more than 100 periodicals. Every day, 3 million individuals, or 77 per cent of people above 15 years old, read one of our publications. The online editions of our main newspapers enjoy over 265 million page views with 18 million unique visitors every month.

Historical Price Data
Date Open High Low Close Volume
13 Apr 2012 3.900 3.910 3.870 3.890 2,263,000
12 Apr 2012 3.870 3.890 3.870 3.890 1,323,000
11 Apr 2012 3.870 3.880 3.870 3.870 1,372,000
10 Apr 2012 3.850 3.900 3.850 3.900 1,825,000
09 Apr 2012 3.860 3.880 3.850 3.870 1,119,000

EPS ($) a
Rolling EPS ($) e
NAV ($) b
Issued & Paid-up Shares c
Rolling PE ($) f
Price / NAV b
Par Value ($)
Dividend Yield (%) d
52 Weeks High
Cash Value ($) g
Market Cap ($)
Dividend ($) d
52 Weeks Low
Price / Cash Value g

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 27/02/2012.
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.
Week's Top Volume Week Top Turnover Week Top Gainer
Name Volume Name Turnover Name Price Chg
NICORP 253,008,200 DIGI 343,767,223 SAM 2.690 0.6200
MTRONIC 176,199,600 CIMB 342,397,973 JTIASA 9.080 0.5600
INGENS 137,904,800 SIME 331,710,005 AEON 9.800 0.4500
HIBISCS-WA 121,917,300 AXIATA 277,455,234 HIBISCS 2.100 0.4000
TIGER 108,552,100 MAYBANK 231,273,68 BKAWAN 18.840 0.3000
Note: Weekly movement as at 13 Apr 2012

Investor Relations Alert

Zhulian: 1Q Net Profit Up 29.2% To RM28.39M.

Zhulian Corporation Bhd net profit for the first quarter ended Feb 29, 2012 rose 29.2% to RM28.39 million from RM21.98 million a year earlier, due mainly to the increase in revenue and share of profit of equity accounted investee. It said on Thursday that its revenue for the quarter rose 30% to RM111.88 million from RM86.22 million in 2011, as overall, the export sales increased by 42%, due mainly to Thailand whilst the local sales increased by 18%, mainly contributed by high demand for the food & beverage and nutritional products. Earnings per share was 6.17 sen while net assets per share was 85. 29 sen... FULL DETAIL Full Detail
Featured Companies

Week's Top Volume Week Top Turnover
Name Volume Name Turnover
ESTAR 1,264,435,500 BANPU 3,891,545,124
JAS 648,871,600 IVL 3,817,933,894
BTS 514,850,200 KBANK 3,197,859,452
RAIMON 496,188,000 SCB 3,154,099,294
PF 353,441,000 PTT 2,949,798,559
Note: Weekly movement as at 13 Apr 2012

Investor Relations Alert

TUF: Manufacturers Unsure How Changing Labour Climate Will Affect Them.

Manufacturers are unclear on how recent developments will affect the labour situation, as reform in Myanmar is attracting migrant workers back home while the recent rise in the Thai minimum wage has increased production costs here while a labour shortage persists in some sectors.

As Myanmar languished for decades under military rule, many of its people became migrant labourers throughout this region, including Thailand. But as the political and economical reforms in their homeland lure them back, it is forecast that demand for replacement labour will increase significantly.

Meanwhile, there is concern that the higher minimum wage in Thailand, which was implemented in seven provinces including Bangkok on April 1, will cause labour-intensive industries such as textiles and garments, furniture and food to abandon Thailand for less developed locations where they can exploit lower wage regimes... FULL DETAIL Full Detail

Featured Companies

Apr 18, 2012
Major Cineplex Ratchayothin, (Theater No.1), 5th Fl.

Apr 18, 2012
Infinity Room, 7th Fl., the AETAS Lumpini Hotel

Apr 19, 2012
Conrad Hotel, Wireless Road

Apr 19, 2012
Dusit Princess Srinakarin Hotel

Apr 19, 2012
PRANDA's meeting room, Second Floor in Club Building

Apr 20, 2012
Ruamrudee Ballroom, Novotel Bangkok Fenix Ploenchit Hotel

Apr 20, 2012
Diamond Room, 2nd Floor, Grand Mercure Fortune Hotel

Apr 20, 2012
Synnex (Thailand)'s Head Office

Apr 20, 2012
Pinklao Room, 3rd Floor, S.D Avenue Hotel

Apr 20, 2012
Yoong Thong Room1, Thammasat Association under the Royal Patronage

Apr 20, 2012
Dr. Pongsak Viddayakorn. Conference room, 7th floor, Bangkok Rehabilitation Building of Bangkok Hospital

Apr 20, 2012
Bu-Nga room, Golden Tulip Sovereign Hotel

Apr 20, 2012
the Professor Kesree Narongdej Auditorium, 6th Floor, Training And Seminar Building Federation of Accounting Professions under The Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King
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