SINGAPORE – The following companies noticed new developments that could affect the trading of their shares on Friday (November 16th):
Datapulse Technology: Datapulse Technology has agreed to sell a hair production business back to the part it purchased from a drop in the actual purchase price. The company announced Thursday that it has signed a mandatory deadline with Way Company Pte Ltd, which has agreed to sell 100% of the shares of the hair manufacturing industry, Wayco Manufacturing, from $ 3.18 million USA the latter.
Sanli Environmental: The Catalyst-rated Sanli Environmental Company has signed $ 54.3 million to $ 134.4 million. In a press statement, the company announced that the new contracts relate to the two main business segments – Engineering, Purchasing and Construction (EPC), Operations and Maintenance (O & M). These orders are expected to contribute to its revenue for the financial year ended 31 March 2019.
Keppel Infrastructure Trust: Infrastructure Trust Keppel said Thursday that it is buying the Ixom group for $ 777 million ($ 775 million) in a deal that puts Ixom's value at $ 1.1 billion. After more than a month of market speculation, the manager confirmed that trust led the supplier of chemicals from the hands of management vendors and funds managed by the Blackstone group, which paid $ 750 million for the deal in 2014. The acquisition – be completed in the first quarter of 2019, but only if they are given green light by unit holders and authorities – will be funded by debts from the beginning.