Keppel Corporation

Market update: STI up 0.5%

Venture showed the most growth.
4 days ago

Market update: STI up 0.5%

Venture showed the most growth.
4 days ago

Market Update: STI Up 0.36%

Jardine Cycle & Carriage, Keppel Corporation and Frasers Logistics & Commercial showed the most growth.

Keppel O&M finalises offshore substations for Ørsted

These stations are located in Taiwan’s Greater Changhua.

Keppel prices $98m notes at 0.99%

Mizuho Securities Asia Limited will be the notes dealer.

Market update: STI down 0.43%

CapitaLandInvest, Capland IntCom T, and Sembcorp Industries showed the most growth.

Keppel dispatches Guyana’s second FPSO

This follows Guyana’s first FPSO in 2019, also by Keppel O&M.

Keppel announces pricing of $400m perps at 2.90%

DBS Bank, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, and United Overseas Bank Limited are the joint bookrunners.

Market Update: STI up 0.07%

DairyFarm, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, and DBS were seen with the most growth today.

Keppel Pacific Oak US Reit to see growth due to in-migration and magnet cities

Keppel Pacific Oak owns five properties in three Super Sun Belt Cities.

Keppel to hand over Russia's first LNG bunkering vessel

The vessel will be the fourth built in house by Keppel Offshore & Marine.

Keppel, SPH merger a good deal for both: UOB Kay Hian

Keppel is set to fully acquire SPH’s non-media businesses by end-December if shareholders approve.

Keppel subsidiary forms joint venture with Shanghai Topchain

The joint venture company will manage investment properties with potential for asset enhancement initiatives in China.

SPH shareholders to receive $2.099 per share following acquisition by Keppel

Keppel Corp has proposed the acquisition of SPH, minus its media assets, for $2.2b.

Keppel Corp posts plans to acquire SPH ex-media for $2.2b

The proposed transaction is expected to be completed by December 2021.

Market Update: STI closes flat at -0.01%

This is the last trading day before the ghost month.

Keppel’s net profit rebounds to $300m in H1 2021

All of its key businesses were profitable in the first six months of the year.

Market Update: STI up 1.08%

Singtel, Keppel Corp, and OCBC Bank led the Straits Times Index on 29 July.