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Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 18:30
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THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) will push out more data linked to possible market misconduct to brokerages in a bid to detect and stop market rigging, it said on Wednesday.

SGX offers more data to brokerages to stop market rigging

SGX will issue reports to brokerages with statistics on activities that could be related to market misconduct.


Prices of completed private apartments, condos ease 0.6% in Aug: NUS index

Prices of completed private apartments and condominium units in Singapore fell 0.6 per cent in August over the preceding month.


SIA to launch Singapore-Jakarta-Sydney route, add eight weekly flights to Jakarta

The carrier said the new route and services will be introduced on Nov 23 and operated with Boeing 777 aircraft. They are subject to regulatory approval.


No official confirmation yet of winning Bandung tender: SMRT

Singapore transport operator SMRT Corporation said on Wednesday it has not yet been officially notified that it has won a tender for a rail project in Bandung, Indonesia's fourth-largest city, though there are clear signs that its bid has received the nod from officials.


Fullerton Health lodges draft prospectus for SGX mainboard listing

Fullerton Health has lodged its preliminary prospectus for a listing on the main board of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) - the first healthcare company to have an initial public offering (IPO) this year.


Fewer private-equity deals in H1 2016 as investors become more selective

This is particularly true for the technology sector, according to EY's latest quarterly report on PE deals in the region released on Wednesday.


The STI Today

Singapore shares close 0.1 per cent down on Wednesday

Singapore stocks finished 0.1 per cent lower on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index (STI) losing 2.22 points to 2,858.01.