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A record high in fresh mortgagee sale listings was seen in the second quarter when 31 fresh mortgagee sale listings came up in auctions, according to data compiled by Knight Frank.

Singapore warns US credibility on line over trade pact

US credibility is on the line over a Pacific trade pact that faces a tough approval process in Congress, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Monday, warning about risks to the US's reputation in Asia if the deal falls through.


Singapore bonds continue to perform amid Swiber collapse

Fixed income bankers say the bond market is doing well because of low interest rates, which is also a global phenomenon.

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Singapore sees record high fresh mortgagee sales listings in Q2: Knight Frank

A record high in fresh mortgagee sale listings was seen in the second quarter in Singapore when 31 fresh mortgagee sale listings came up in auctions, according to data compiled by Knight Frank.


Singapore's consumer confidence stable in Q2: Nielsen survey

Singapore's consumer confidence for the second quarter of 2016 held steady at 88 points, according to the Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending released on Tuesday.


Updated hot stock: Noble tumbles in active trade, prompting SGX query

The share price of Noble Group tumbled more than 15 per cent in active trade on Tuesday, prompting a query from the Singapore Exchange (SGX) on its trading activity.


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Singapore shares close sharply lower as O&M concerns return

Monday's short-covering bounce having been completed paved the way for the selling to resume on Tuesday, with the Straits Times Index (STI) plunging 35.85 points or 1.2 per cent to 2,856.67 as concerns over the health of the offshore and marine (O&M) sector took grip.

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