Ezra Holdings Ltd shares lost as much as 5 percent after the company reported an earnings miss, amid a fall in Singapore's benchmark stock index after a three-day rally.
Ezra Holdings, a Singapore-based offshore oilfield service provider, said net profit for the three months ended on May 31 plunged 68 percent on the year to $7.2 million, after counting in a one-off gain from its divestment of shares in Ezion Holdings Ltd.
"Stripping that out, Ezra would have reported a core net loss of US$57.7m, significantly worse than our projections of US$15m profits," DBS Vickers said in a research note.
Barclays kept its "underweight" call on the stock and target price at S$0.90.
Ezra's shares were down 3.9 percent at S$0.975 at 0352 GMT, They have fallen about 14 percent this year.
Ezra also announced a string of order wins worth over $630 million
Singapore's Straits Times Index was down 0.6 percent at 3,228.15, snapping a three-day winning run.