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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
Singapore's industrial production in May is expected to have risen for the tenth consecutive month year-on-year, a Reuters poll showed, thanks to strong output in electronics.
Certificate of entitlement (COE) premiums ended lower across the board amid a weak vehicle market.
Business confidence in Asia rose to a three-year-high in the second quarter of the year, propelled by a slew of favourable economic data across the region and easing concerns over the health of China's economy, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.
Trials at Changi Airport's Terminal 4 will enter the next phase in the coming weeks with participating airlines running selected commercial flights.
Singapore will be inking two agreements to enhance tax cooperation on the exchange of information.
Uber Technologies Inc Chief Executive Travis Kalanick, co-founder of one of the most influential technology companies of its generation, resigned on Tuesday under mounting pressure from investors over his leadership.
Speculation over the potential privatisation of United Industrial Corp (UIC) has resurfaced following the requests to halt the trading of the shares in the company along with those of subsidiaries, UOL Group and Haw Par Corp.
YuuZoo Corp is cutting its reported 2016 net profit by 59 per cent and posting a loss for 2015 after the delayed completion of its annual audit, according to its annual report.
The STI Today
Singapore shares ended Wednesday's trading on a weak note, dragged by the banking stocks and other index heavyweights.