Sales of new private homes jump 53.1% m-o-m in May to 1,121 units

THE number of private homes sold by developers in May rose by more than half over April as the number of new units launched also saw a sizeable increase.

SPH Radio stations hit peak audience; 96.3 FM and Money FM beat expectations

SINGAPORE Press Holdings (SPH) has said its five radio stations reached their biggest audience in the first half of 2018, as its two new additions - Money FM 89.3 and 96.3 FM - drew many thousands more listeners.

Record numbers tuning in to SPH Radio stations; 96.3 FM and Money FM beat expectations

SINGAPORE Press Holdings said its five radio stations reached their biggest audience in the first half of 2018, as its two new additions - Money FM 89.3 and 96.3 FM - drew many thousands more listeners.

BNP Paribas Securities Services appoints new Singapore head

BNP Paribas announced on Thursday the appointment of Diana Senanayake as head of Singapore for BNP Paribas Securities Services.

Nielsen launches consumer neuroscience lab in Singapore

NIELSEN, a global measurement and data analytics company, announced on Thursday the launch of a consumer neurosciences lab here, in partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB).

Completed condo, private apartment prices slip 0.3% in April from March: NUS index

PRICES of completed private apartments and condominiums in Singapore dipped 0.3 per cent in April from the previous month.

Completed condo, private apartment prices slip 0.3% in April from March: NUS index

PRICES of completed private apartments and condominiums in Singapore dipped 0.3 per cent in April from the previous month.

Midas Holdings under probe by China, HK authorities

THE woes of mainboard-listed Midas Holdings continue to mount with the Singapore Exchange on Friday disclosing that investigations into the scandal-hit railway-parts maker has widened to include authorities in China and Hong Kong.

Frasers Property buys warehouse in the Netherlands for 25m euros

REAL estate firm Frasers Property said on Friday it has acquired a new freehold logistics warehouse in the Netherlands.

Singapore competition watchdog provisionally rules against proposed merger of maritime products suppliers

THE Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) in a provisional decision has found the proposed acquisition by Norway's Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS (WMS) of US rival Drew Marine's technical solutions, fire, safety and rescue businesses (DTMS) to be anti-competitve...

All Prudential policy holders hit by excess deductions refunded by Friday afternoon

PRUDENTIAL Singapore policy holders affected by Giro deductions in excess of their insurance premiums were refunded by Friday afternoon.

Midas Holdings under probe by China, Hong Kong authorities: SGX RegCo

THE Singapore Exchange said on Friday that its regulation unit, SGX RegCo, has been in engagement with the Chinese Embassy in Singapore in relation to communications with the relevant authorities in China on developments at Midas Holdings.

Frasers Property acquires owner of new logistics warehouse in Netherlands for 25m euros

FRASERS Property Ltd on Friday said it has acquired a new freehold logistics warehouse in the Netherlands.

Indonesia's Go-Jek going into Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines

INDONESIA's ride-hailing startup Go-Jek is making its first move outside its home base, announcing on Thursday that it will invest about US$500 million to spread into four new markets in the next four months - Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines...

QT Vascular sells IP rights for its coronary products to US firm

MEDTECH firm QT Vascular on Thursday said it has entered into an asset purchase-and-option agreement with Teleflex Life Sciences Unlimited Company and New York-listed Teleflex Incorporated to sell the firm's intellectual property rights to its non-drug coated coronary products, including...

3 Liang Seah shophouses seeking S$30m; 6 Little India conservation units up for auction

THREE adjoining shophouses at 33 Liang Seah Street have been launched for sale via private treaty at S$30 million, while six conservation shophouses at Desker Road are up for auction.

Go-Jek going into Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines

INDONESIA's ride-hailing startup Go-Jek is making its first move outside its home base, announcing on Thursday that it will invest about US$500 million to spread into four new markets in the next four months - Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines...

Nearly half of big firms in the Asia-Pacific have been victims of financial crime: report

ALMOST 50 per cent of large companies in the Asia-Pacific have been victims of fraud, theft, money laundering or other financial crimes, according to a new report by Thomson Reuters.

QT Vascular to sell coronary assets to Teleflex for S$98.4m; receive royalties, revenue from supply deals

MEDTECH firm QT Vascular on Thursday said it has entered into an asset purchase and option agreement with Teleflex Life Sciences Unlimited Company and New York-listed Teleflex Incorporated to sell the firm's intellectual property rights to its non-drug coated coronary products, including...

Singapore stocks: STI resumes Thursday afternoon trading at 3,508.06, up 0.3%

SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading on Thursday afternoon with the Straits Times Index 11.79 points higher, or up 0.3 per cent to 3,508.06 as of 1.01pm. 

3 Liang Seah Street shophouses for sale at S$30m; 6 Little India conservation shophouses for auction

THREE adjoining shophouses at 33 Liang Seah Street have been put up for sale via private treaty at S$30 million, marketer Colliers International said in a press statement on Thursday. 

Go-Jek says will enter Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines in next few months

INDONESIA's ride-hailing start-up Go-Jek announced on Thursday that it will invest about US$500 million to move into four new markets in the next four months - Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines...

Singapore is 4th most expensive city in Asia to build in

SINGAPORE is the fourth most expensive city in Asia to build in, behind Hong Kong, Macau and Tokyo, in that order, according to a survey by global design and consultancy firm Arcadis.

Singapore ranks 4th most expensive city in Asia to build in; construction starts to recover: Survey

SINGAPORE is the fourth most expensive city Asia to build in, behind Hong Kong, Macau and Tokyo in that order, according to a survey by global design & consultancy firm Arcadis.

Singapore inflation dips in April as consumer price index inches up 0.1%

SINGAPORE'S inflation eased last month, against expectations, due to the slower pace of price increases seen across several major categories of consumer spending...