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HDB resale prices slip 0.3% in October but volume rises 5.9%: SRX
HDB resale prices dipped by 0.3 per cent in October from a month ago, the same decline seen in September, but sales volume recovered to post a 5.9 per cent increase, SRX Property flash estimates showed on Thursday.
No Signboard seafood restaurant to raise up to S$35 million in Catalist IPO
SEAFOOD restaurant chain No Signboard Holdings is headed for an initial public offering (IPO) on the Singapore Exchange which could value the company at up to S$129.5 million.
OCBC selling health insurance plan via its mobile, Internet banking channels
OCBC Bank rolled out a product called Early Cancer Care, the first health insurance product sold through OCBC's mobile and Internet banking channels.
UOB, Fitbit tie-up to enable contactless payments with fitness tracker
UNITED Overseas Bank's (UOB) cardmembers will be able to make Fitbit Pay contactless payments through the new Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, the bank said on Thursday.
SembMarine in tie-up to develop use of drones, 3D printing, digital twin technologies to boost sector
SEMBCORP Marine has embarked on an industry-government collaboration to develop disruptive applications in drone, additive manufacturing (3D printing) and digital twin technologies that can revolutionise the offshore and marine (O&M) sector and boost its global competitiveness.
- Singtel Q2 profit jumps 197% to S$2.9b on NetLink Trust divestment, to pay special dividend
- Valuetronics Q2 profit up 34% on strong demand for smart LED lighting
- Parkway Life Reit Q3 DPU up 10%
- Ezion sinks US$13.7m into the red for Q3, warns of future impairment losses
- SBS Transit's Q3 profit up 42%
- Ho Bee Land's Q3 bottom line soars 103%Ho Bee Land's Q3 bottom line soars 103%
The STI Today
Singapore equities end 2.66 points higher
THE STI added 2.66 points or 0.08 per cent to end at 3,423.91, after a weak start in the morning.