Singapore’s Straits Times Index fell 0.2 percent to 2,772.75 at the close, extending losses for a third week. About three shares fell for every two that rose on the 30-member gauge.
The following were among the most active shares in the market. Stock symbols are in parentheses after company names.
Global Logistic Properties Ltd. (GLP SP) gained 2.3 percent to S$2.02 after the owner of warehouses in China and Japan reported fourth-quarter net income tripled to $156.5 million from $49.2 million a year earlier.
Memstar Technology Ltd. (MSL SP) rose 5 percent to 6.3 Singapore cents after the maker of water filtration membrane products said it won a 60 million yuan ($9.5 million) contract for water treatment projects in China’s Liaoning and Shandong provinces.
Hisaka Holdings Ltd. (HISA SP), a provider of automation systems to the semiconductor and electronics manufacturing industries, jumped 7.9 percent to 41 Singapore cents after agreeing to buy Wenling Xinghai Ocean Shipping Co., which owns a fleet of seven oil tankers, for S$192.5 million ($151 million) from Sky China Petroleum Services Ltd. (SKYP SP) in an all-share deal. Sky China, which provides oil drilling services, added 7.2 percent to 10.4 Singapore cents.
Valuetronics Holdings Ltd. (VALUE SP) climbed 8.5 percent to 25.5 Singapore cents, the most since June 2011, after the electronics manufacturing services provider said full-year net income rose 7.5 percent HK$130.3 million ($16.8 million) and announce an unexpected increase in dividends.