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Non-oil domestic export (NODX) growth rose 8.5 per cent year on year in July, extending the 8.8 per cent growth in June, according to trade promotion agency International Enterprise Singapore.

Singapore non-oil exports growth up 8.5% in July

Non-oil domestic exports (NODX) growth rose 8.5 per cent year on year in July, extending the 8.8 per cent growth in June, according to trade promotion agency International Enterprise Singapore.


Moody's projects Singapore real GDP growth for full year at 2.5%

Following an economic expansion of 2.7 per cent year on year in the first half of 2017, Moody's projects real GDP (gross domestic product) growth for the full year at 2.5 per cent, the midpoint of the government's forecast of 2-3 per cent. It believes that external demand will continue to support expansion.

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Broker's take: Morgan Stanley warns of 2 potential fragilities for Singapore's stock market

The MSCI Singapore, a popular stock evaluation measure, is up 14.5 per cent year-to-date, but Morgan Stanley warned that the local bourse could have priced in most of the good news expectations around the better earnings outlook.


Oxley Holdings boosts stake in United Engineers to 10.43%

UE is in the middle of a takeover bid by a consortium led by Perennial Real Estate Holdings and Yanlord Land Group


Keppel and partners pare and sell stake in FLNG for US$658m to Golar LNG Partners

The sale is in conjunction with Golar LNG's master limited partnership structure for the partnership to acquire an equity interest in the floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) Hilli Episeyo.


SGX, SISV to review practices and reporting of valuers engaged by listed entities

A committee has been formed to carry out the review, they said in a joint statement on Thursday.


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Singapore shares close mixed, STI falls for third straight day

A generally lacklustre and mixed session on Thursday ended with the Straits Times Index 10.07 points lower at 3,268.88 and the broad market excluding warrants at an almost even 222 rises versus 234 falls.

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