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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
Singtel is launching, in phases, near-gigabit speeds of 800 Mbps on its LTE advanced network at selected high-traffic outdoor locations in Singapore.
The Adapt & Grow SkillsFuture Career Advisors Programme for the hotel industry has been launched to help employers in the industry better engage and connect with jobseekers to address mismatches and missed matches.
Nam Cheong has called for a trading suspension on Friday with immediate effect. This comes after the mainboard-listed company said on Thursday that it has decided to "temporarily cease" repayment on all its borrowings while it seeks to undergo restructuring.
Singapore shows a clear pattern of further economic strength for the rest of the year, but VP Bank AG remains neutral on the city-state.
Union Gas, which launched its initial public offering (IPO) on July 13, opened at S$0.295 on Friday, slightly above its IPO price of S$0.25.
Civil engineering company Swee Hong's shares rose by 35.7 per cent on Friday morning to S$0.019.
The vice-president of the Indonesia-incorporated subsidiary of Resources Prima Group, PT Rinjani Kartanegara, has resigned to "pursue other career opportunities".
- CapitaLand Mall Trust's Q2 DPU up 0.4%
- SATS Q1 net profit falls 10.6% in absence of one-time gain
- Triyards Holdings in the red with US$63.3m loss in Q3 earnings
The STI Today
Singapore stocks rebounded on Friday after breaking an earlier rally streak on Thursday.