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BUSINESS sentiment among local firms remains downbeat for the third quarter of this year, but has improved from the previous quarter's record low amid the economy's gradual reopening.
THE massive two-part proposal that will see Sembcorp Industries (SCI) and Sembcorp Marine (Sembmarine) parting ways is likely to be a boon for both companies, analysts said on Tuesday morning.
THERE will be a major boost in government spending on information and communications technology (ICT) in this financial year as technology becomes increasingly important in people's lives amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
A WHOLLY-OWNED unit of London-based, Oslo-listed Awilco Drilling is purporting to terminate an offshore rig construction deal with Keppel FELS, due to alleged breaches of contract.
Resale prices for non-landed private homes held steady in May despite another plunge in sales volume during the second month of the circuit breaker period, according to flash figures from real estate portal SRX Property on Tuesday.
CHANGI Airport on Tuesday welcomed South Korean travel retailer Lotte Duty Free as its new key liquor and tobacco concessionaire, replacing longtime tenant DFS Group.
The STI today
THE Straits Times Index (STI) ran out of steam in mid-afternoon on Tuesday, and closed 0.1 per cent or 2.8 points down at 2,794.17, snapping a six-session winning streak.