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Temasek, SMRT to meet Sias to discuss takeover

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Temasek and SMRT have “proactively reached out” to Securities Investors Association Singapore (Sias) to arrange meetings to discuss the proposed privatisation of the transport operator by Singapore investment firm. 204 more words

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Smrti se boji samo glava koja nije ostarila; a takvih je mnogo među onim čije su dlake ostarile.

Filozofija

Waiting

By Jovan Dučić

The last holy minute will too come nigh,
When, sometime, waiting peacefully, lo,
We shall tell each other: it’s time to die, 235 more words

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The Awkward Coincidence Of Temasek's SMRT Buyout: A Win For Singaporeans & Shareholders?

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

In the past weeks, national transport operator SMRT has been at the centre of a couple of significant corporate actions. These moves appear, at least on paper, to be a major positive for the company and its shareholders. 1,100 more words

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SMRT: Taxpayers get screwed

Temasek is offering $1.68 per share or $1.18bn to buy out the minority shareholders of SMRT, a 9% premium over the last traded share price of $1.545. 300 more words

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SMRT shares climb 8% after buyout offer

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Following a S$1.2 billion buyout offer from investment firm Temasek Holdings, SMRT’s shares climbed more than 8 per cent to close at S$1.65 on Thursday (Jul 21). 722 more words

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What's driving the privatisation?

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Singapore

THE S$1.2 billion takeover offer for SMRT by Temasek has raised questions about the motive behind the exercise. Why does the train operator, whose stock has been a favourite among investors for its generous returns, have to be privatised? 811 more words

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