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The Seller's Stamp Duty (SSD) for residential properties in Singapore will be relaxed, the government announced on Friday.

Singapore relaxes Seller's Stamp Duty (SSD) rates

The Seller's Stamp Duty (SSD) for residential properties in Singapore will be relaxed, the government announced on Friday.


Singapore introduces new stamp duty for property-holding entities

There will be a new stamp duty levied on the purchase and sale of residential property in property holding entities (PHE) with effect from March 11.

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Real-estate stocks soar to 2015 high as curbs eased

Singapore developer stocks soared as authorities eased some property-market curbs, with analysts saying the changes will buoy shares that have been weighed down by a three-year losing streak for house prices.


 

TDSR relaxed for mortgage equity withdrawal loans

The Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) will no longer be applied starting March 11 for mortgage equity withdrawal loans that have a loan-to-value (LTV) ratio of 50 per cent and below.


January retail sales rise 2% from year earlier

Singapore's retail sales in January rose from a year earlier thanks to an increase of supermarket as well as food and beverage sales, data showed on Friday.


 

DBS prices S$400m 2.83% bonds due 2021 for South Beach consortium

DBS has priced a S$400 million four-year senior secured bond for the South Beach Consortium, a joint venture between City Developments and Malaysia's IOI Group, at 2.83 per cent.


Ex-DBS trader pleads guilty in Singapore's first spoofing case

A former trader at DBS Group Holdings Ltd's brokerage unit on Friday admitted to spoofing Singapore's securities market in the first case brought jointly by the country's regulator and white-collar crime police.


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Singapore shares finish week on firm note after property news

The Straits Times Index over the course of this week first rose to a new 12-month high when it closed at 3,145.29 on Wednesday but then came under pressure on Thursday when oil prices plunged 5 per cent.

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