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Olam International Ltd (OLAM.SI)

OLAM.SI on Stock Exchange of Singapore

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23 Jun 2017
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Fri, Jun 23 2017

BRIEF-Singapore Exchange issues query regarding trading activity on Olam International

* Singapore exchange issues query regarding trading activity on Olam International Limited Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Olam International announces pricing of notes

* Notes were placed to eight investors in US at a spread of 195 basis points over 5-year us treasury rate

BRIEF-Olam International to issue 6 bln yen senior notes due 2022

* Will be issuing 6 billion yen 0.9725 percent fixed rate senior unsecured notes due 2022

BRIEF-Olam CEO says sees CPO prices ranging between 2,200-2,700 ringgit

* Olam CEO says sees Malaysian market CPO production at 20 million tonnes, Indonesia production 34.8 million tonnes for 2017

BRIEF-Olam International posts qtrly profit attributable of S$ 143.8 mln

* Qtrly profit for the period attributable S$ 143.8 million versus S$113.6 million

BRIEF-Olam International Limited invests US$8.25 million in expansion

* Olam Takes A Greater Bite Of West Africa Biscuit Market With Capacity Expansion

BRIEF-Olam International announces issue of JPY5.70 bln fixed rate senior unsecured notes

* Issue Of Jpy5,700,000,000 0.47% Fixed Rate Senior Unsecured Notes Due 2022

Olam International confirms cocoa business COO Amit Suri quits

SINGAPORE, March 17 Singapore-based commodity trader Olam International Ltd confirmed on Friday that Amit Suri, chief operating officer of its cocoa business, has left the company.

BRIEF-Olam CEO sees cocoa surplus for 2017

* CEO says sees Malaysian and Indonesian palm production to revive to 54.8 million tonnes in 2017 Further company coverage: (Reporting by Aradhana Aravindan)

Singapore's Olam swings to Q4 profit

SINGAPORE, Feb 28 Commodity trader Olam International Ltd swung to a profit in its fourth quarter due to lower exceptional losses and strong results at its confectionery and beverage ingredients segment, as well as its food staples and packaged food business.

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