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4 years 2 days ago #25384 by walterlim
On 15 January 2020, Procurri announced that the possible transaction with Park Place was called off as it proved challenging to carve out Procurri’s third-party maintenance business segment at the right price and deal structure. Procurri subsequently decided to continue its focus on developing all three of its business segments – third-party maintenance, IT hardware resale, and IT asset distribution – together as an integrated platform to provide a complete end-to-end service and leverage the synergies arising from the complementary nature of the
each of its business segment.

Quote from profit guidance statement. Management has decided to continue focus on all three business. Could this indicate another incentive for a takeover offer amid low profit earnings? If the third party maintenance is valued at $157million, there is much to gain for the main shareholders to make a takeover bid

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3 years 11 months ago #25399 by walterlim
Another sign of takeover offer/divestment of a part of the business, Proccuri has just formed a Strategy Committee to facilitate strategy review.

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3 years 3 months ago - 3 years 3 months ago #25639 by BNN
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This is a very telling chart, as posted on Snowball website
www.thesnowball.info/post/china-sunsine-quick-take

It points to a strongly rising ASP of China Sunsine, the SG-listco that produces rubber chemicals. Check out the article link above. Sunsine's stock price is currently only 50 cents. Look to it rising about 50%! 
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3 years 2 months ago #25689 by Rich
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Rex International (REXI SP) -- profit-taking after oil prices tumbled yesterday. However, Rex’s current valuations have not fully factored in the higher oil prices that have gained more than 170% from April last year. In addition, its 3 wells in Oman concession have started producing oil. All systems go!  target price : 30 cents. dyor 

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3 years 2 months ago #25690 by Rich
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Rex International (REXI SP) -- profit-taking after oil prices tumbled yesterday. However, Rex’s current valuations have not fully factored in the higher oil prices that have gained more than 170% from April last year. In addition, its 3 wells in Oman concession have started producing oil. All systems go!  target price : 30 cents. dyor 

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3 years 1 week ago #25766 by pine
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Coal prices are very strong. Geo Energy reported US$28.5 million net profit in 1Q2021.
In 2Q, coal is even stronger. Got some basis to imagine earnings are annualised. full year may be US$110 million, which is SGD150 millon !!!!

Market cap of  Geo now is SGD300 Million, so it's potentially trading abt 2X PE. 

1Q dividend of 0.5 cent is equal to USD6 million, or SGD 7 million.
So it can easily be sustained, potentially it can exceed 2 cents a year = more than 10% yield.

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