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It was no surprise that the second bidding exercise for January saw the certificate of entitlement (COE) premium for small cars rebounding strongly.

Singapore shares tumble to lowest in more than 4 years

Singapore's blue chip Straits Times Index tumbled to its lowest in more than four years on Wednesday amid nagging concerns over crude oil prices and the faltering Chinese economy.


Small car COE premium rebounds

It was no surprise that the second bidding exercise for January saw the certificate of entitlement (COE) premium for small cars rebounding strongly.


Industrial S-Reits to be acquisitive in 2016: Moody's

Singapore industrial real estate investment trusts (Reits) will continue to look overseas for acquisitions in 2016 as they pursue asset growth and yield accretion, away from challenging domestic business conditions, Moody's said in a Wednesday report.


Secura offers 112m shares with detachable warrants

Security firm Secura Group, whose key shareholders include remisier king Peter Lim, on Wednesday offered 112 million shares at 25 Singapore cents in its initial public offering.


Ezra shares take a beating on proposed share consolidation

Shares of offshore marine company Ezra Holdings took a beating on Wednesday following news of a proposed share consolidation.


Sembcorp, SembMarine in active trading on privatisation rumours

Sembcorp Marine (SembMarine) and its parent company Sembcorp Industries were in active trading on Wednesday morning following rumours of a full takeover by the parent firm or just an injection of funds into Sembcorp Marine.


SIA to launch flights from Singapore linking Canberra, Wellington

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will operate flights to both the Australian and New Zealand capitals from Sept 20, making it the first airline with flights linking the two cities.


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The STI Today

Singapore shares close 3% lower on Wednesday

Singapore stocks ended 3 per cent lower on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index falling 78.7 points to 2,559.77.