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Singapore Wrap Friday
Singapore Exchange (SGX) on Friday reported year-on-year growth in securities, derivatives and commodities activities in September 2015.
Singapore Exchange (SGX) subsidiary SGX Bond Trading has appointed UBS as the general counterparty for SGX Bond Pro.
Singapore's newly appointed transport minister, Khaw Boon Wan, said in his blog on Friday that the government aims to deliver "the best in class on rail reliability''.
The S$4 billion hotel industry here is the first sector to get a dedicated five-year manpower strategy, under the national drive to equip students and workers with industry-relevant skills.
Singaporean Selvarajan s/o Letchuman was on Friday sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment for match-fixing and cheating offences, said a press release issued by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB).
The STI today
WALL Street's return to "bad economic news is good for stocks" has probably been the main driving force behind the Straits Times Index's 205 points or 7.3 per cent rise over the week to 2,998.5, of which 51.47 points came on Friday.