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TAT Hong Holdings fell into a net loss of S$6.7 million, or 1.06 Singapore cents per share, in its fiscal third quarter on weak demand in South-east Asia and Australia.

AUSGROUP, Nam Cheong and Raffles United Holdings are warning of net losses for their latest financial periods ended December 2015. Unit

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JAPAN slashed its interest rates into negative territory and instead of the yen weakening and the stock market rising, the reverse has occurred - Japanese equities have collapsed and...

ONLINE personal finance portal MoneySmart.sg on Friday said it would offer a home loan rate from OCBC at a three-year promotional rate of 1.63 per cent, meant to be the lowest in town for mortgages...

SINGAPORE'S DBS Group Holdings and Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, as well as Swiss bank Julius Baer, have submitted non-binding bids for Barclays' Asian private wealth business,...

GROUNDHANDLER SATS has reported a net profit of S$60.6 million for the third quarter of the 2016 financial year, up 12.8 per cent from S$53.7 million a year ago, as a drop in expenditure gave the...

STRONG improvements in its revenue from both the property development and construction divisions enabled Sim Lian Group to book a 59 per cent increase in second-quarter net profit to S$40.49 million...

UOB and its clients raised more than S$1 million for local charities during the bank's annual Chinese New Year dinner...

EMS Energy warned that it will report a net loss for 2015 due to delayed projects, one-time fees and lower share of associates' profits...

COURTS Asia's third quarter revenue has grown 6.1 per cent to S$204.7 million, up from S$192.9 million in the previous corresponding period, while net profits have held steady at S$4 million...