StarHub, M1 stocks rise as M1 shareholders said to explore sale

StarHub, M1 stocks rise as M1 shareholders said to explore sale SINGAPORE — The Republic’s smallest publicly traded telecommunications company, M1, rose for a second day after its major shareholders said on Friday (March 17) that they are undertaking a strategic review on their investments in the phone operator.

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‘Small special dividend’ expected for SPH shareholders from M1 stake sale: UOB

SINGAPORE (March 20): UOB KayHian says Singapore Press Holdings should see “significant upside gain” should its stake sale of M1 materialise. (See also: Three biggest shareholders of M1 mulling stake sale). However, UOB tells shareholders to expect a …

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SPH, Keppel T&T shares up on potential sale of M1 stakes

SINGAPORE – Shares of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation (Keppel T&T) rose on Monday (March 20) after they resumed trading following news that the two major shareholders of M1 could potentially sell their …

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Hot stocks: Keppel T&T, SPH rally on potential stake sale in M1

SHARES of M1, Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation (Keppel T&T) were sharply higher on Monday after they resumed trading following news that the latter two were looking to sell their stakes in the telco.

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M1’s three big shareholders start stake reviews

M1 Ltd announced that its three substantial shareholders – Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation (KPTT), Axiata Group (Axiata) and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) are working with a financial adviser to conduct a strategic review of their

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