July 04, 2013 8:52 PM
YANLORD Land Group has sold 336 of the 356 apartment units, or 94.3 per cent of stock, during the first two days of its launch of apartment units at Yanlord Yangtze Riverbay Town (Phase 3) in Nanjing.
STOCKS edged up yesterday, posting their biggest weekly gain since December.
The benchmark Straits Times Index closed up 0.24 per cent, or 7.08 points, to 2,978.55, higher for the eighth straight session. It gained 3.5 per cent this week, the ...
THE Straits Times Index fell 1.4 per cent to 2,635.25 at the close. These were among the most active shares in the market: CapitaLand, a developer that gets about 21 per cent of sales from China, dropped 1.7 per cent to S$2.28 and Yanlord Land...
THE Straits Times Index slipped 1.2 per cent to 2,694.60 at the close. All but four stocks fell in the benchmark gauge of 30 companies. The measure fell 2.8 per cent for the week, the fifth decline in six weeks.
These shares were among the most...
RECENT exuberance about Yanlord Land Group Ltd following the emergence of prominent investors needs to be tempered by the possibility that the new substantial shareholders may be looking at a longer horizon than most.
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