Small Caps

Trendlines to sell BioSight shares for US$1.3m

CATALIST-LISTED Trendlines Group said on Tuesday it will sell its BioSight Ltd shares to Arkin Bio Ventures Limited Partnership that will garner pretax proceeds of about US$1.3 million.

Q&M to deepen China presence through JV partnership strategy with IE Singapore

DENTAL services provider Q&M said it is looking to deepen its presence in China through a "joint venture partnership" strategy with IE Singapore.

Y Ventures lodges prospectus for Catalist listing

A HOMEGROWN company that sells workaday consumer goods, such as clocks, home décor items and books, online has lodged a preliminary offer document to list on the Singapore Exchange's Catalist...

Loyz says reviews strategic options regularly as share price climbs in active trade

LOYZ Energy said on Thursday that it reviews its strategic options on an ongoing basis following a 5 per cent jump in its share price.

Miyoshi to place up to 45m new shares at S$0.068 each

MIYOSHI said on Thursday that it has agreed to place up to 45 million new shares at S$0.068 each to raise funds for new investments and acquisitions as well as for general working capital purposes...

Old Chang Kee sinks into the red for Q4

FOOD & beverage chain Old Chang Kee posted a loss of S$2.1 million for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2017, versus a net profit of S$1.09 million a year ago, as gross profits were weighed...

Neo Group diversifies into food retail

A DIVERSIFICATION into food retail and a focus on profitability are some ways that catering firm Neo Group will move ahead in its strategies, the company said in a results briefing on Thursday....

Jason Marine turns around in FY17 despite lower revenue

JASON Marine Group reported a net profit of S$363,000 for the full year ended March 31, against a net loss of S$6 million a year ago.

Joyas International to sell loss-making subsidiary for HK$15m

JOYAS International Holdings said it has entered into an agreement to sell loss-making subsidiary Joyas Group for HK$15 million (S$2.67 million).

ArtiVision sinks deeper into the red

COMPUTER video firm ArtiVision Technologies sank deeper into the red in the fourth quarter ended March 31 and the full fiscal year, due mainly to impairment of assets.