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    Swiber:

    CORPORATE NEWS
    Swiber: Posts US$4.6m 2Q15 loss. A decline in the number of
    contracts executed led to a net loss of US$4.57m for the second quarter ended 30 June
    at offshore engineering firm Swiber, compared with a US$7.5m profit posted the
    previous year. Group revenue also dipped 8.7% to US$200.2m, from US$219.3m in the
    year-ago period. For 1H15, revenue fell 12.8% to US$365.1m and net loss attributable
    to owners of the company was US$8.3m compared with a US$55.5m net profit a year
    ago, which factored in "other operating income" of S$112.4m. The oil and gas industry
    has turned increasingly cautious in response to the weaker oil price environment, said
    management.

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    Straco

    Straco: 2Q15 profit up 26% at S$10.5m. Attractions operator
    Straco Corporation has posted a 25.6% surge in second-quarter earnings to S$10.46m,
    on the back of a strong showing by the Singapore Flyer. For the three months ended 30
    June, revenue jumped 49.4% to S$29.39m. This was mainly due to the Singapore
    Flyer, which it acquired in Nov 14. Increased visitors to the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium
    and a stronger renminbi against the Singapore dollar were also cited. Visitation to all its
    attractions grew 19.5% to 1.23m for the quarter under review.

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    United Engineers

    United Engineers: Lower profit in 2Q15. United Engineers Ltd
    (UEL) posted a second-quarter net profit of S$17.6m, down 57% yoy from 2Q14ís
    S$40.8m, which included S$16.6m from discontinued operations. Excluding
    discontinued operations, profit attributable to equity-holders from continuing operations
    fell 27%. On a half-year basis, revenue fell 46% to S$983.4m. The drop was largely
    attributed to the absence of revenue contribution from the sale of apartments at
    Austville Residences which was recorded in 2014 based on the completion of
    construction method, and the absence of contributions from divested Automotive and
    MFSS Technology businesses. Revenue for the three months ended 30 June dropped
    59% to S$468.2m. The persisting impact of the Singapore property cooling measures,
    against the backdrop of a likely rise in interest rates and near-term global economic
    uncertainties, continues to weigh on the sentiment of the property market, said UEL.

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    Valuetronics: posts 1.1% drop in 1QFY16 earnings. Electronics manufacturing services

    Valuetronics: posts 1.1% drop in 1QFY16 earnings.
    Electronics manufacturing services provider Valuetronics Holdings on Friday reported a
    1.1% yoy dip in net profit to HK$33.48m (S$6.1m) for the first quarter ended 30 June.
    Revenue in 1QFY16 fell 12.2% to HK$550.04m due to lower revenue from its consumer
    electronics business segment, which declined 27% to HK$280.2m as a result of slowing
    demand in the LED lighting business. This was partially offset by its industrial and
    commercial electronics (ICE) segment, where revenue increased 11.2% to HK$269.8m.
    Ricky Tse Chong Hing, chairman and managing director, said: "Our focus on
    developing the ICE segment continues to bear fruit, as seen from the increased
    revenue in the ICE segment. We will continue to broaden our business developments in
    the ICE segment so as to balance the declining demand of our CE customers."

 

 

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