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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
Parliament Sitting on 38 Oxley Road
Singapore's late founding leader, Lee Kuan Yew, had explored all kinds of permutations for his home at 38 Oxley Road with his whole family before he died, his oldest son and Singapore's prime minister Lee Hsien Loong told Parliament on Monday.
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- NHB caught in 'difficult position' over deed of gift: Lawrence Wong
- WP's Low questions conflicts of roles, says Lee family saga not Korean drama show
- WP's Sylvia Lim wants reassurance on independence of organs of state amid Lee saga
Societe Generale will list the Singapore Exchange's (SGX) first daily leverage certificates, offering sophisticated investors a chance to make outsized short-term bets on certain markets.
Global Logistic Properties (GLP) announced on Monday that it had on Friday received "firm proposals" for final evaluation from shortlisted bidders for the company.
Resale prices for public housing dipped 0.1 per cent in the second quarter over the first quarter of this year, flash estimates from the Housing and Development Board's (HDB) index showed on Monday.
Capitaland Commercial Trust (CCT) said on Monday it would sell Wilkie Edge to Lian Beng (8) Pte Ltd for S$280 million.
Breadtalk Group said on Monday that it has partnered Song Fa Holdings to incorporate BTG-Song Fa Venture, which will operate the popular Song Fa Bak Kut Teh brand of restaurants in China and Thailand.
The STI Today
The Straits Times Index spent most of Monday drifting with a slight upward bias as it tracked gains in the Dow futures. However, at 5pm it finished with a net loss of 3.02 points at 3,223.46, this despite a 60-points rise in the Dow futures that indicated a firm opening to the week for Wall Street.