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Friday, October 30, 2015 - 18:30
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BANK lending in Singapore fell in September from the previous month, dragged down by weaker business loans, preliminary data from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) showed on Friday.

Bank lending in Singapore falls in September: MAS

Bank lending in Singapore fell in September from the previous month, dragged down by weaker business loans, preliminary data from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) showed on Friday.


Singapore manufacturers' outlook turns sour, survey shows

Manufacturing firms in Singapore have turned pessimistic about their future prospects, according to a quarterly Economic Development Board (EDB) survey report released on Friday.


Singapore services sector turns bearish on six-month outlook

Firms in Singapore's services sector have turned bearish about their short-term business prospects, according to a poll by the Department of Statistics (DOS) released on Friday.


Government to help food firms promote digital solutions to raise productivity

The Singapore government will help food companies take up new initiatives that promote digital solutions in taking orders, automated dishwashing, and new dining formats.


Noble Group shorts finally get burned on 25% rebound in October

Singapore's most popular short is turning into a great way to lose money.


Big US shale oil savings fast becoming a thing of the past

Huge cost savings are waning for US shale oil companies, marking an end to the drastic price cuts on equipment and services over the past 16 months that helped them survive the worst industry downturn in six years.


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Singapore shares close weaker for the week on US interest rate concerns

The US Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) penultimate meeting of 2015 provided the week's central focus for markets all over the world.

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