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Singapore Wrap Monday
Singapore's voter rolls are now certified and available for public inspection, the Elections Department (ELD) said on Monday.
DBS Group Holdings is selling more home loans despite a sluggish property market with new mortgage bookings at S$3 billion in Q2, said chief executive Piyush Gupta.
There will be no change to Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates in the third quarter, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said on Monday after completing its quarterly review of traffic conditions on roads and expressways with ERP pricing.
OCBC is giving its 8,000 staff in Singapore a gift to celebrate Singapore's 50th birthday.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has set up a new FinTech & Innovation Group (FTIG) within its organisation structure with effect from August 1, 2015.
- DBS Q2 net profit up 15 %, sees some uncertainty in H2
- Raffles Medical's Q2 net profit up 2.2%
- Yoma's Q1 net profit up 78% to S$2.56m
- Aztech's Q2 profit falls 45% due to compressed margins
- SIAEC posts 22.8% drop in Q1 profit
The STI Today
The local market ended 1.17 per cent lower on Monday with the Straits Times Index retreating 39.23 points to 3,313.42 as Shanghai chalked up its sharpest fall in a long while.