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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
Britain's finance minister on Monday sought to calm markets after the country's shock vote to leave the EU, and insisted it would be not rushed into a break-up despite pressure from EU leaders.
- Broker's take: May not be best time to bargain hunt amid Brexit jitters: CIMB
- Broker's take: DBS says to take shelter in yield plays, S-Reits amid Brexit turmoil
- Jim Rogers picks green over gold as haven in Brexit tumult
- Li Ka-shing is biggest Brexit loser in Hong Kong as shares slump
A Singapore Airlines (SIA) aircraft en route to Milan returned to Singapore after an engine oil warning message, and caught fire at touchdown at Changi Airport on Monday morning.
PSA Corporation on Monday announced it has inaugurated the PSA Living Lab, a "living laboratory" in Singapore for the port and logistics industry.
Mainboard-listed Advance SCT has roped in BT Consulting & Management to study the various options to resolve its outstanding debt issues and undertake a strategic business review.
DBS said on Monday that it will adopt cloud-based technology for business tools such as video conferencing and file sharing, under the Microsoft Office 365 suite. This makes it the first Singapore bank to do so.
The STI Today
Predictably, "Brexit" considerations dominated a volatile Monday, though at the back of the minds of traders was always the possibility that the main blue chips could enjoy a spot of window dressing as the end of the first half of 2016 approaches on Thursday.