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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
The chairman and chief executive officer of healthy lifestyle products provider OSIM International has made a voluntary unconditional cash offer of S$1.32 per share to take the company private.
Singapore Exchange's (SGX) bid to buy London's Baltic Exchange is aimed at burnishing its derivatives credentials among ship brokers and commodity merchants, fitting hand in glove with its efforts to develop Asian pricing benchmarks for bulk commodities.
A Global Investor Pulse Survey conducted by BlackRock suggests Singaporean women can be just as financially savvy as men, but are lacking confidence in investing.
Singapore's chief financial officers see the volume and pace of big data as a key challenge of today's corporate reporting environment, results of an annual EY survey showed.
Singapoe Telecommunications (Singtel) has ranked first in 4G coverage and peak speeds in Singapore, according to the findings of two surveys by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).
The STI Today
The Straits Times Index (STI), after having risen over six consecutive days during which it added a whopping 234 points, faltered on the seventh which was Monday, dropping 13.49 points to 2,823.51.