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SINGAPORE’S manufacturing sector put up a dismal showing in the first month of 2019, clocking its first contraction in output since December 2017.
KENTISH Green at 20 Oxford Road has been put up for collective sale with a S$200 million reserve price. Its owners had previously asked for at least S$230 million for the site.
A CONSERVED two-storey bungalow, known as the former House of Tan Teng Niah, is up for tender, said its marketing agent JLL on Tuesday.
SINGTEL has signed a master services agreement with China Mobile International Ltd to collaborate on accelerating enterprise adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) in the Asia-Pacific region.
SWISS bank UBS has announced that its board of directors will nominate former DBS chief financial officer Jeanette Wong and former New York Federal Reserve chief William Dudley for election to the board.
- Soilbuild flags Q4, full-year loss from S$1.4m arbitration award against unit
- Sinwa to distribute special dividend totalling S$64.8m after assets selloff
- ISEC Healthcare Q4 profit up 10%; declares special dividend of 0.98 S cent/share
- Bumitama Agri Q4 earnings down 43% to 207b rupiah
- Sinjia Land narrows full-year loss to S$3.5m
The STI today
SINGAPORE stocks closed lower on Tuesday, with the Straits Times Index losing 0.33 per cent or 10.69 points to 3,261.66.