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SIM Lian Group's diversification from building construction to property development some 16 years ago amid a global economic crisis has evidently paid off. It is now morphing into a more...

SIM Lian Group's executive condominium (EC) project Wandervale in Choa Chu Kang is slated to be the first residential project to be launched this year, with sales booking starting in early March...

STOCKS

A POPULAR phrase that gets bandied about in times of extreme bullishness or bearishness is "it's different this time". ...

COMMODITIES

GOLD'S explosive start to 2016 has lifted prices to the highest level in a year as investors flee a bear market in global stocks, a weakening dollar and the fallout from the spread of negative...

INSIDE MARKETS

THE buying was low for the third straight week while there were no sales by directors for the second straight week based on filings on the Singapore Exchange during the holiday shortened week of Feb...

OVER the weekend, AusGroup announced the resignation of its managing director, Gerard Hutchinson, as well as its A$69.43 million (S$68.97 million) net loss for the second quarter ended Dec 31, 2015.

SEVERAL listed companies announced over the weekend that they had swung into the red for the three months ended Dec 31, 2015, including King Wan Corporation and Swee Hong.

CURRENCIES

WHEN the going gets tough, foreign-exchange traders turn to the yen.

LIANHE Zaobao (LHZB) and the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), to work closely on a broad range of areas.

CIVIL engineering group Swee Hong sank to a net loss of S$5.51 million for the second quarter ended Dec 31, 2015, from a net profit of S$208,000 in the corresponding period a year earlier.