SINGAPORE DAYBOOK: Hutchison Port Holdings, Koh Brothers, XMH

Hutchison Port Holdings Trust, which raised $5.5 billion in the world’s largest initial public offering this year, is due to start trading in Singapore at 2 p.m.


*Hutchison Port begins trading at 2 p.m. after record IPO. Units issued at $1.01. *Koh Brothers seeks shareholder approval to buy back 10% of its own shares. *XMH Holdings 3Q net rose to S$5.7m vs S$2.6m. *Saizen REIT says 145 of 146 properties in Japan are intact


S&P 500 up 1.3% to 1,273.72 Stoxx Europe 600 up 1.9% to 267.08 MSCI Asia Pacific down 0.3% to 128.57 Straits Times Index down 1% to 2,942.88

BTV (SG time):

7:10 a.m.: Lightbridge Chairman Tom Graham 7:40 a.m.: RBW Capital Investment Manager Richard Wright 8:10 a.m.: Newedge Financial Senior Strategist Kirby Daley 8:40 a.m.: BofA-ML Head of Asia-Pacific G-10 FX Adarsh Sinha 9:10 a.m.: RBS Chief Japan Economist Junko Nishioka 9:40 a.m.: Standard Chartered Head of Asian FX Thomas Harr 11:10 a.m.: University of NSW Professor Brendan Kennedy 11:20 a.m.: Westpac Senior FX Strategist Sean Callow

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