CapitaLand reopens all China malls, posts rise in residential sales

PROPERTY group CapitaLand has reopened all its malls in China that were previously shut due to the country's coronavirus lockdown.

SIA, SIA Engg, Scoot and SATS to send 17,500 staff for skills upgrading

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA), SIA Engineering, Scoot and SATS are planning to send 17,500 staff members for training in light of widespread flight suspensions amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Singapore shares rise ahead of new Solidarity Budget; STI up 1.3% at open

SINGAPORE stocks made gains on Monday morning ahead of a third major government package to be announced in the afternoon.

OUE C-Reit cuts directors' fees by 10% amid 'escalating' Covid-19 situation

OUE Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust (OUE C-Reit) on Monday said its board of directors has agreed to a voluntary 10 per cent fee cut in light of the escalating Covid-19 situation.

Kingboard's 3rd bid for Elec & Eltek is almost double last traded price

HONG Kong-listed Kingboard is offering HK$18.07 per share, or US$2.33 at the current exchange rate, to take printed circuit board manufacturer Elec & Eltek International Holdings (E&E) private.

Hong Kong-listed Kingboard makes third privatisation bid for Elec & Eltek at HK$18 per share

HONG Kong-listed Kingboard is offering HK$18.07 per share, or US$2.33 at the current exchange rate, to take printed circuit board manufacturer Elec & Eltek International Holdings (E&E) private.

Singapore shares decline at open; STI down 0.6%

SINGAPORE stocks on Friday morning declined after a strong finish the previous day.

VIRUS OUTBREAK

Singapore SMEs' business optimism hits lowest since 2009: Poll

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore, hit hard by the Covid-19 outbreak, are nursing the lowest levels of business optimism since 2009.

JustCo offers members up to 30% fee rebates amid virus outbreak

SINGAPORE-headquartered co-working space operator JustCo is offering its members fee rebates for the month of May in light of the coronavirus outbreak, it said in a statement on Thursday.

Business optimism among Singapore SMEs lowest since 2009

SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore have been hit hard by the Covid-19 outbreak, with business optimism at its lowest since 2009.

Singapore shares resume decline; STI down 1.5% at open

SINGAPORE stocks on Thursday morning resumed their fall from the previous day while global markets continued to take a beating from the Covid-19 outbreak.

Great Eastern offers customers 6-month grace period, instalment plans for payments

LIFE insurers including Great Eastern and Prudential are offering a six-month grace period for premium payments, for Singapore customers whose incomes have been affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Maybank Singapore to give S$1,400 to staff affected by Malaysia lockdown

MAYBANK Singapore will pay a one-time financial assistance of S$1,400 to employees who are living in Singapore temporarily due to Malaysia's movement control order (MCO).

JPMorgan launches FX trading engine in Singapore

JPMORGAN Chase & Co has launched a foreign exchange (FX) trading and pricing engine in Singapore that will speed up trade executions for clients, it said on Wednesday.

FairPrice closes Bedok Mall outlet for cleaning after employee diagnosed with Covid-19

NTUC FairPrice is closing its FairPrice Finest outlet in Bedok Mall for a three-day deep clean after a staff member working there tested positive for Covid-19.

SingPost confirms 6th virus case among staff, none are postmen

SINGPOST on Tuesday confirmed a sixth staff member tested positive for the coronavirus, adding that none of its cases involve postmen or staff in contact with members of public.

Singapore shares decline at open; STI down 0.5%

SINGAPORE stocks opened weaker on Wednesday after their worst quarter since the Global Financial Crisis.

OUE offers retail tenants up to 25% rent reductions, flexible payment

PROPERTY group OUE has joined a string of landlords in Singapore offering rental reliefs to tenants amid poor business brought on by the novel coronavirus outbreak.

No ERP charges at most gantries from April 6 due to 'exceptional circumstances'

THE majority of electronic road pricing (ERP) gantries in Singapore will be free of charge starting April 6, while the remaining locations will see rates significantly reduced.

Golden Energy JV completes acquisition of Australia gold mine

A JOINT-VENTURE (JV) company established by mainboard-listed mining company Golden Energy and Resources (Gear) and specialist mining private equity manager EMR Capital has ...

JTC launches Gul Ave industrial site for application

JTC on Tuesday launched for application a 0.58 hectare site along Gul Avenue with a 20-year tenure.

No ERP charges at most gantries from April 6 amid fewer cars on roads

THE majority of electronic road pricing (ERP) gantries in Singapore will be free of charge starting April 6, while the remaining locations will see rates significantly reduced.

Hyundai unveils plans for smart mobility lab in Jurong Innovation District

HYUNDAI Motor on Tuesday announced it is building an open innovation lab in Singapore to develop future mobility technologies for expansion into global markets.