Singapore share prices ended mixed on Friday amid continued worries over Cyprus' failure to cobble together a bailout deal. The blue-chip Straits Times Index (STI) dropped 0.3% or 9.08 points to end at 3,258.57. Here are some stocks to watch this Monday morning:
Golden Veroleum, controlled by palm oil firm Golden Agri-Resources through its investment in Verdant Fund, must review its social and environmental policies after its workers damaged graves, cleared existing crops and polluted creeks, according to an independent study it commissioned.
Oil and gas services provider Ezion Holdings has estimated a net gain of US$18 million from the divestment of a 33.3% effective interest in Offshore Marine Services Alliance Pty Ltd.
China Fishery Group has warned the board of directors of Copeinca, Peru's fish exporter, against blocking its voluntary cash offer by issuing new shares.
Biomass Energy Corp, a subsidiary of life sciences firm Transcu Group, has signed two agreements in Japan to manufacture and develop biomass energy plants.