Singapore stocks gained on Friday, led by Jiutian Chemical after the chemical maker said it expected a "significant" rise in first-half profit. The Straits Times Index rose 0.64 percent or 21 points to end at 3,314.
In-flight catering service provider SATS said profit fell 10.6 percent in the first-quarter, hurt in part by the absence of last year's gain from the disposal of assets.
Singapore Telecommunications said it would launch its LTE-advanced network at selected outdoor locations across the city-state.
REIT CapitaLand Mall Trust Management shares rose as much as 2.5 percent after its net property income rose 1.2 percent.
Shares of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp rose 1 percent despite posting a 21 percent fall in second-quarter profit.
Chemical maker Jiutian Chemical jumped 17 percent after saying it expected to report a "significant" rise in first-half revenue and net profit.
Shares of Union Gas Holdings, which made a market debut on Friday, rose as much as 18 upon listing.
Civil engineering company Swee Hong shares surged as much as 43 percent after company said it had paid all creditors under the scheme.
Engineering company Triyards Holdings shares fell as much as 8 percent after swinging to quarterly loss.