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The stock has fallen more than 50 per cent from its peak of S$29.51, which it touched in mid-April this year.
SINGAPORE’S businesses are getting extra help to bolster their energy efficiency as the world transitions to a lower carbon economy.
SOLAR is the most viable source of renewable energy for Singapore, but to fully exploit its green potential calls for the use of one game-changing technology.
PRIVATE equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) activity in South-east Asia during the second quarter of 2018 remained robust, with about US$1.3 billion worth of investments pumped into 36 deals.
IN a research note, FX (forex) strategist Philip Wee and economist Radhika Rao said they now believe that that USD/SGD will rise to 1.40 by the end of this year and stay above that level into 2019.
JTC has launched a 0.77 hectare industrial site in the Kranji area for tender, the fourth of six Confirmed List sites under the Industrial Government Land Sales (IGLS) programme for the second half of this year.
The STI today
SINGAPORE shares closed lower on Tuesday, with the Straits Times Index down 0.5 per cent or 15.09 points to 2,966.45.