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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
THE Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) on Thursday said an extension of the Woodlands Checkpoint will be built at the Old Woodlands Town Centre.
SINGAPORE Exchange, which runs Southeast Asia's largest stock and derivatives market, has in recent months held exploratory talks about possible tie-ups with overseas exchange operators, people familiar with the matter said.
NEARLY half of hiring managers in Singapore have not employed any returning women in the past year, a report from recruitment firm Robert Walters showed on Thursday.
MARVELSTONE Capital, an asset management company, on Thursday said it will launch the first licensed robo adviser platform for family offices in Asia in the third quarter of this year.
THE sentiment of Singapore SMEs has improved slightly despite the continuing sluggish outlook for sales and profits.
TWO wholly-owned subsidiaries of Swiber Holdings have filed for liquidation.
THE Singapore Exchange has filed "complaints" with Chinese authorities against Wu Xinhua, executive chairman and chief executive officer of mainboard-listed China Fibretech.
The STI Today
AFTER having risen 58 points on Tuesday and Wednesday to reach a 19-month high, the Straits Times Index on Thursday fell back 11.33 points to 3,173.24, most probably in response to a weak Wednesday for Wall Street.