SINGAPORE (April 24): Here are some stocks that could move the market this Monday morning:

Raffles Medical Group posted relatively flat 1Q earnings of $15.5 million, just 0.1% higher than a year ago. Revenue for the 1Q17 ended March, fell 1.7% to $114.9 million. Shares of Raffles Medical closed 1 cent lower at $1.42.

See: Raffles Medical 1Q earnings stay flat at $15.5 mil

Nam Cheong, the OSV builder has revealed the extent of “various obligations” owed to financial lenders and trade creditors that have fallen due, and that it expects to fall due. This includes current loans and borrowings of RM948.7 million ($300 million) as well as RM278.5 million pertaining to medium term notes that are due for repayment this coming Aug 28. Shares of Nam Cheong closed flat at 2 cents on Friday. 

See: Nam Cheong announces over $300 mil in liabilities; mulls restructuring

GL Limited, formerly known as GuocoLeisure, posted a 26% increase in earnings to US$4.4 million ($6.1 million) for the quarter ended March 31. Revenue fell 8% to US$68.4 million in 3Q, from US$74.0 million a year ago. Shares of GL Limited closed half a cent lower at 77.5 cents.

See: GL Limited 3Q earnings up 26% to US$4.4 mil

The manager of CapitaLand Retail China Trust (CRCT) has announced distribution per unit (DPU) of 2.74 cents for 1Q17, an increase of 1.1% from DPU of 2.71 cents a year ago. Income available for distribution grew 5.0% to $24.4 million. Units of CapitaLand Retail China Trust closed 3.5 cents higher at $1.52 on Friday.

See: CapitaLand Retail China Trust 1Q DPU up 1.1% to 2.74 cents

Builder and construction company Keong Hong Holdings is acquiring a 60% stake in Hansin Timber Specialist and Trading for a consideration of $4.5 million. Shares of Keong Hong closed at 50 cents on Friday.

See: Keong Hong acquiring 60% stake in Hansin Timber for $4.5 mil

Delfi has entered into a joint venture agreement with Japan’s Yuraku Confectionery Company to produce, develop, market and sell a range of chocolate snack products in Indonesia. Shares of Delfi closed 1 cent lower at $2.31 on Friday.

See: Delfi in joint venture for chocolate snack products in Indonesia

Abdul Wahid bin Abdul Ghani, former chairman of ISR Capital, sold 20 million shares in a married deal to a buyer which the company did not name. Wahid sold the shares on Wednesday at 0.6 cent each for $120,000. With this sale, he is left with a 9.33% stake in the company. ISR closed on Friday at 0.7 cent, up 0.1 cent.

See: ISR Capital substantial shareholder Abdul Wahid sells again via married deal

Shareholders of Healthway Medical Corporation voted to pass the two resolutions at the EGM on Friday. In the first resolution, 95.20% of total votes supported the issuance of $60 million convertible notes to GW Active. In the second resolution, 98.02% of total votes supported the acquisition of Healthway Medical Enterprises which owns a chain of 24 general and specialist clinics. Shares of HMC closed at 4 cents on Friday.

See: Healthway Medical shareholders vote in favour of both resolutions

US stocks dipped on Friday as investors were cautious ahead of the first round of the closely contested French presidential election, but the S&P 500 managed to notch its first weekly gain in three. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 30.95 points, or 0.15%, to 20,547.76, the S&P 500 lost 7.15 points, or 0.30%, to 2,348.69 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 6.26 points, or 0.11%, to 5,910.52.

On Friday, the Straits Times Index managed a second consecutive rise after four straight losses, gaining 1.95 points at 3,139.83. For the week, it lost 30 points or 0.9%. Turnover, however, amounted to a mediocre 2.2 billion units worth $1.09 billion and excluding warrants, there were 279 rises versus 167 falls.