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SINGAPOREANS' headline inflation expectations for the year ahead declined slightly to 3 per cent in a June poll, down from 3.1 per cent in March, according to findings of the latest quarterly survey for the Singapore Index of Inflation Expectations.
THE exercise will see up to 5.48 billion bonus shares issued to shareholders whose names appear in the company's record of depositors on an entitlement date to be determined.
THE Companies Act Working Group, which was set up by Acra in 2018 to review several areas of the Companies Act, has reviewed 56 issues and recommended 36 legislative reforms.
GOOGLE has joined hands with three government agencies - the Economic Development Board (EDB), Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) - to launch a new jobs and skills initiative for 3,000 local entry-level and mid-career job seekers.
THE guide price translates to an estimated blended rate of S$1,200 per square feet (psf) based on the existing gross floor area (GFA), which works out to about S$1,750 psf on the commercial GFA and S$950 psf on the residential GFA.
Other investors in the round include existing investor SGInnovate, a government-owned deep-tech investor, and new investor Kava Ventures, a venture partnership founded by owners of medical tech distributor Transmedic.
The STI today
SINGAPORE shares put up a muted trading performance on Monday, with the Straits Times Index (STI) closing the day barely changed at 2,616.30, down 0.08 per cent or 2.18 points.