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UnUsUaL enters joint venture targeting NFT market - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Deals, joint ventures & alliances

UnUsUaL enters joint venture targeting NFT market

“We believe NFTs will be a gamechanger in the live events space," says UnUsUal CEO Leslie Ong.
Concerts, like recovery, 'still some time' away for UnUsUaL: RHB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Concerts, like recovery, 'still some time' away for UnUsUaL: RHB

"We only expect events to resume from 1Q2022 onwards."
Patience needed before silver screen shines again, says Melvin Ang of mm2 Asia - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Patience needed before silver screen shines again, says Melvin Ang of mm2 Asia

“Give us time. We are on the right track. Wait and you’ll see more."

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Unusually quiet for UnUsUal, but party might get started at year’s end: KGI Securities

UnUsUal sees a quiet first half to 2020 as concerts were cancelled, but KGI Securities is optimistic that concerts will resume by year-end.

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UnUsUaL Limited to skip quarterly reports following amendment to Catalist rules

Concert promoter UnUsUaL Limited will not be releasing its quarterly financial statements, following amendments to the SGX Catalist rules effective Feb 7. The company will forgo reporting its 1QFY2021 results.

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DBS downgrades mm2 Asia as Singapore shutters cinemas to curb Covid-19

With the filmmaker already reeling from lower demand in China, DBS analyst Ling Lee Keng believes this could further aggravate mm2 Asia’s near-term outlook.

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Sold-out concerts expected to keep UnUsUaL flying high: UOB Kay Hian

“Sold-out shows from popular artistes such as JJ Lin, Eric Chou and Air Supply are expected to boost UnUsUaL’s profits for 3QFY2020,” says UOB Kay Hian analyst Llelleythan Tan.

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UnUsUaL kept at 'buy' with 44 cents target by UOB on growing order book

SINGAPORE (Dec 13): UOB KayHian is maintaining UnUsUaL at "buy" with a target price of 44 cents.

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Consumer spending slated to stay resilient despite tepid economic growth: RHB

SINGAPORE (Dec 11): RHB Research is maintaining its “neutral” call on the Singapore consumer sector, as decelerating economic growth and  macro-economic uncertainties threaten to tame consumer confidence and limit upside potential in the upcoming yea

Markets

Singapore braces for delistings to continue even after rule fix

(July 25): Singapore’s stock market has seen on average two companies a month on track to relinquish their listing status this year. This trend may not be reversing anytime soon.
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