1 Gold edged higher yesterday as European shares hit a one-week low after data that showed Britain's vote on European Union membership dented German business confidence.
2 Goldman Sachs posted a 74 per cent rise in second-quarter profit as legal costs fell and fixed-income revenue surpassed analyst estimates. Net income rose to US$1.82 billion (S$2.5 billion), Bloomberg reported.
3 DMX Technologies said Anken HR has filed a writ of summons in the Hong Kong court, claiming $55,000, the fee due Mr Daniel Kung, a former independent director. DMX will defend the claim.
4 Manufacturing Integration Technology expects a net loss for the six months to June 30 due to the weak global market and the weakening of the US dollar against the Singdollar.
5 Ornamental fish supplier Qian Hu said profit for the quarter ended June 30 was up 25 per cent to $15,000. Revenue fell 4.6 per cent to $19.1 million.