Singapore share prices ended flat on Friday, despite rallies in most regional markets. The blue-chip Straits Times Index (STI) dropped 2.32 points to end at 3,294.05. Here are some stocks to watch this Monday morning:
Fraser and Neave shares will resume trading on Monday and the property and beverage firm has until July 19 to restore its public float, the company said on Friday.
Olam International said it will announce the results of its strategy review after trading hours on Thursday.
CapitaMall Trust, which owns shopping malls in Singapore, said its first quarter distribution per unit rose 7% to 2.46 cents compared with the previous year, boosted by an increase in revenue after enhancement works at some malls.
CapitaRetail China Trust, which owns shopping malls, said its first-quarter distribution per unit fell 4.1% to 2.31 cents from a year earlier, hurt by higher property expenses.
Sembcorp said it will develop a new energy-from-waste facility and waste transfer station in the United Kingdom for 250 million pounds ($476 million).
Ocean Mineral Singapore, a subsidiary of Keppel Corp, has applied for its first seabed exploration licence to harvest seabed minerals.