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Rental volumes declined 1 per cent in June from May to 4,637 units, but was 0.6 per cent higher than the some 4,609 units rented in June 2017.

Singapore condo and HDB rents fall in June from May as volumes drop: SRX Property

Rentals for private condos and apartments in Singapore fell 0.2 per cent, while HDB rents fell 0.8 per cent in June from the previous month, with volumes continuing to decline as well, according to flash estimates released by real estate portal SRX Property on Wednesday.


Casa Sophia in District 9 up for collective sale at S$36m

Owners at the freehold, 12-unit development at Mt Sophia could receive between S$2.69 million and S$3.4 million.

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Oxley deputy CEO buys S$873,000 of shares after stock's sharp fall

Oxley Holdings executive director and deputy CEO Eric Low See Ching has purchased a total of 2.5 million company shares on the open market for a total of S$872,803, according to company announcements on Tuesday and Wednesday.


Singapore is fifth in 2018's Global Innovation Index

Singapore has moved up two spots to place fifth in this year's Global Innovation Index, while remaining top of the list among countries in South-east Asia, East Asia and Oceania.


ST Engineering wins S$54m contract to supply 111 double-deck public buses

The Land Transport Authority (LTA), which announced this on Wednesday, said that the buses will also include a passenger information display system, which will provide information such as upcoming stops.


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Singapore shares end lower on Wednesday

Singapore shares closed lower on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index down 0.8 per cent or 25.75 points to 3,249.08 as Asian markets were rattled following the Trump administration's announcement of plans to impose 10 per cent tariffs on a new list of Chinese imports worth US$200 billion.