Companies had started reporting their financial results for the quarter covering 1 April to 30 June 2012 (Second Quarter 2012).
The following table provides information on net profit attributable to shareholders and year-on-year change between current period in 2012 against corresponding period of 2011. It includes information on interim dividend declared by the board of directors.
|Net Profits||Y-o-Y Change||Dividend|
|Keppel Corp||$520 m||+35.4%||18 cents|
|Keppel Land||$94.7 m||+87.5%|
|Singapore Press Holding||$99.7 m||– 13.1%|
|M1||$35.2 m||– 17.7%||6.6 cents|
|K-Green Trust||$4.3 m||– 1.1%||DPU 3.13 cents|
Note: All companies reported second quarter results except for SPH (Third quarter results ended 31 May 2012).
Keppel Land’s performance continued to shine from first quarter and hence contributed to performance of Keppel Corp. Keppel Corp owned 53.25% of Keppel Land (as at 2 March 2012). Keppel Corp will pay out 18 cents to its shareholders on account of a good performance.
Singapore Press Holdings and M1 decreased their quarterly net profits by 13.1% and 17.1% respectively. M1 will pay out 6.6 cents interim dividend despite a weaker performance.
K-Green Trust’s quarterly profit was marginally lower than the same period last year. It will pay out distribution of 3.13 cents for the quarter.
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