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SALESPERSONS from GAP will be transferred to PropNex, taking the latter's tally to over 7,500 salespersons.
CERTIFICATES of entitlement (COE) ended mostly higher in the latest tender on Wednesday (Feb 20) as motor dealers continued to clear a healthy order bank in the face of a smaller COE supply.
AS part of the deal, Grupo R has entered into an agreement with FELS Asset Co, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel O&M.
SINGAPORE home prices are unlikely to stage a rapid rebound after the government imposed further property curbs in mid-2018, the finance chief of the city-state's largest developer said.
THE change is among those proposed under a new converged competition code for the telecommunication and media markets, with the IMDA calling for public consultation for these changes.
- CapitaLand Q4 profit jumps 71.2% to S$475.7m
- Great Eastern Q4 profit falls 68% to S$137m on market volatility
- SembMarine Q4 net profit sinks 94.9% to S$5.9m on higher cost of sales
- iFast Q4 earnings up 46% to S$2.6m
- BBR warns of 2018 loss
The STI today
SINGAPORE shares ended higher on Wednesday ahead of the US Fed's minutes release, with the Straits Times Index gaining 0.57 per cent or 18.58 points to 3,278.38.