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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
Loans growth for Singapore banks will be subdued in the coming months, while non-performing loan (NPL) ratios will creep up, said BMI Research.
Shareholders of Healthway Medical Corporation have voted overwhelmingly for both resolutions at its extraordinary general meeting held on Friday morning.
Singtel Group's subsidiaries entered into agreements for total credit facilities of approximately S$4.1 billion for general corporate purposes and refinancing of existing facilities.
Navios Maritime Partners L P (Navios Partners) has thrown distressed Singapore-listed trust Rickmers Maritime a lifeline by agreeing to buy its entire fleet in a US$113 million deal.
Singapore's annual headline inflation is seen staying elevated at 0.7 per cent in March, a Reuters poll showed, matching February's pace which was the biggest rise since September 2014.
After lagging behind the wider region since 2013's taper tantrum, South-east Asian stocks are poised to start outperforming their peers.
After an exhaustive investigation, it has come to light that disruptions of StarHub's home broadband network last October were not due to a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack as had been feared.
- Frasers Commercial Trust Q2 DPU rises 0.06 cents to 2.51 cents
- Ascott Residence Trust Q1 DPU slips 0.24 cents to 1.51 cents
The STI Today
The ebb and flow of geopolitical events dictated the direction of this week's trading.