Singapore equities fell on Thursday after a five-day rally, dragged lower by lenders such as DBS Group and United Overseas Bank. The Straits Times Index fell 0.96 percent or 32 points to end at 3,293.
Shares of Singapore-listed Rowsley jumped 18 percent. The realty firm stock jumped 99 percent on Wednesday after saying it planned to buy healthcare assets valued at S$1.9 billion from its controlling shareholder, billionaire Peter Lim.
Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp reported a 21 percent fall in second-quarter profit, hurt by lower revenue from its offshore and marine business.
Chemical maker Jiutian Chemical Group said it expected to report a "significant" rise in first-half revenue and net profit due to an increase in sales volume and average selling price of products.
Industrial group SP Corp said it expects to report a loss for the second quarter and half year ended June 30, 2017.
Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation reported a 45 percent drop in second-quarter net profit, due to lower contribution from the disposal of units in its data centre division and weaker performance from logistics division.