CapitaLand prices S$500m perpetual notes at 3.65%

CAPITALAND has priced a new S$500 million fixed rate perpetual issue at 3.65 per cent. 

CapitaLand launches perpetual deal

CAPITALAND has launched a new perpetual issue on Thursday, and orders have already exceeded S$500 million.

Investors back in Singapore bond market with a vengeance

SINGAPORE bond investors have rushed back into the market on fears that yields could fall further.

Strong demand for PSA, UBS bond deals as market heats up

THE Singapore bond market is heating up again, meeting strong demand from investors for two deals launched on Wednesday morning.

Strong demand for PSA and UBS issues

THE Singapore bond market is heating up again, with two deals launched on Wednesday that have been strongly received.

Eagle Hospitality Trust's maiden DPU beats forecast

EAGLE Hospitality Trust (EHT) has posted distributable income (DI) of US$5.65 million, slightly higher than the US$5.58 million projection by 1.2 per cent in its maiden results.

Eagle Hospitality Trust's maiden DPU beats forecast

EAGLE Hospitality Trust (EHT) has posted distributable income (DI) of US$5.65 million, slightly higher than the US$5.58 million projection by 1.2 per cent in its maiden results.

Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust raises S$258.1m via private placement

FRASERS Logistics & Industrial Trust (FLT) has raised S$258.1 million through a private placement of 220 million units at an issue price of S$1.173 per unit.

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Singapore a capital-raising hotspot for European banks

SINGAPORE has become the go-to market in Asia for European banks needing to beef up their capital to comply with regulatory requirements.

LTA sells S$1.4b bond, its second mega deal in 2019

THE Land Transport Authority of Singapore has sold a S$1.4 billion 35-year bond, its second massive deal this year.

LTA sells S$1.4b bond, its second mega deal in 2019

THE Land Transport Authority of Singapore has sold a S$1.4 billion 35-year bond, its second massive deal this year.

SINGAPORE ECONOMY

Singdollar to hit 1.40 to USD later this year as trade tensions worsen: analysts

THE Singapore dollar is poised to fall further to 1.40 per US dollar in the next few months as rising US-China tensions cloud growth prospects, analysts said.

Singdollar to hit 1.40 to USD later this year as economy slows: DBS

THE Singapore dollar is on track to fall further to 1.40 per US dollar as the economy slows, said Philip Wee, DBS Bank FX strategist.

Citi to roll out consumer e-payments business in Asia and other markets by Q1 2020

CITI is aiming to launch its digital consumer payments business in Asia and elsewhere by the first quarter of 2020, so it can ride the wave of the region's growing flows and digital ecosystems, said a senior executive of the US bank on Thursday.

Citi to roll out consumer e-payments business in 20 markets including Asia by Q1 2020

CITI is aiming for its new digital consumer payments business to be live in 20 markets across all regions, including Asia, by the first quarter of 2020, a senior executive at the US financial services giant said on Thursday. 

UOB says Singapore home loans flat, with growth coming from region

UNITED Overseas Bank is the second Singapore lender to feel the sting of last year's property cooling measures.

UOB says Singapore home loans flat, with growth coming from region

UNITED Overseas Bank is the second Singapore lender to feel the sting of last year's property cooling measures.

DBS's secret for winning awards lies in its finance team

MUCH has been written about the transformation of DBS, but less known is the role its finance team plays in formulating and directing the strategies which have propelled the group into the ranks of Asia's leading banks.

DBS Q1 mortgage book shrinks for first time in years

DBS Group Holdings, the nation's largest home loan provider, saw its mortgage book shrink for the first time in years in the first quarter of 2019, chief executive Piyush Gupta said on Monday.

DBS Q1 profit up 9% to record S$1.65b

DBS Group Holdings posted a 9 per cent rise in Q1 earnings to a record S$1.65 billion on higher margin, strong trading income and a S$100 million write-back due to improved credit quality.

DBS mortgage book shrinks for first time in years on cooling measures

DBS Group Holdings, the nation's largest home loan provider, saw its mortgage book shrink for the first time in years in the first quarter of 2019, chief executive Piyush Gupta said on Monday.

USD/SGD extreme low volatility could lead to explosive price action

THE extreme low volatility of the US dollar against the Singapore dollar is rare and untenable and could portend a multi-year explosive price action, said a United Overseas Bank strategist.

HOCK LOCK SIEW

Piyush Gupta and the Thucydides trap

DBS Group Holdings shareholders may be fascinated to find that they can glean CEO Piyush Gupta's world view from the bank's latest annual report.

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Singapore banks' FX volumes surge on strong Asian growth

SINGAPORE banks' foreign exchange (FX) volumes are gaining at a blistering pace as global flows pour into the region, attracted by its strong economic fundamentals.

DBS to cease financing of new coal power plants

DBS Bank has decided to cease financing new coal-fired power plants in any market, after honouring existing commitments, the second Singapore bank to do so.