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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
The Singapore government has tapered the supply of industrial land for the first half of 2016, amid the threat of a massive oversupply of industrial space.
Prices of completed small condo units and apartments (up to 506 sq ft) islandwide slipped 1.2 per cent in November over October, based on the lastest flash estimates from the National University of Singapore for its Singapore Residential Price Index series.
Singapore Airlines Ltd is extending by more than a week the deadline to buy out all the the shares in Tiger Airways Holdings Ltd, the unprofitable budget airline it listed less than six years ago.
The Big Four accounting firms are much more productive than all other accounting firms here and together have a 67 per cent market share, an inaugural census of accounting firms in Singapore has found.
Malaysian gold mining company, Anchor Resources Limited, lodged its preliminary offer document for an initial public offering on the Singapore Exchange Catalodge, which is for Catalist listings, on Monday.
With three days left, the Standard & Poor's 500 Index has gained 2.2 per cent with dividends, cash is up less, while bonds and commodities are showing losses.
The STI Today
Singapore stocks finished 0.1 per cent lower on Monday, with the Straits Times Index losing 2.3 points to 2,875.32.