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Singapore Wrap Tuesday
Noble Group Ltd surged the most in more than 15 years, rising for a second day and erasing last week's 28 per cent slump as the commodity trader brought forward its results announcement.
Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong, who has been an MP in Marine Parade since 1976, said on Tuesday that he will likely stand in the next election.
Second Permanent Secretary for Trade and Industry Chee Hong Tat, 41, has resigned from the civil service, a sign that he is likely to enter politics in the upcoming election.
StarHub will commission more than 80 hours of original local productions thanks to a fresh round of funding from the Media Development Authority Singapore (MDA) under the MDA's Public Service Broadcast Contestable Funds Scheme (PCFS) for 2015.
EL Development has placed the top bid of S$314.1 million or S$551.15 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr) for a 99-year private condominium site at West Coast Vale.
- Sembcorp Industries' Q2 profit jumps on divestment gain
- AsiaPhos turns profitable for Q2
- APTT posts 2.4% rise in Q2 operating earnings
- Perennial Real Estate posts S$33.5m profit for eight months post-RTO
- BBR's Q2 profit plunges 99%
The STI Today
Singapore shares closed flat on Tuesday with the key Straits Times Index losing 1.8 points to finish at 3,191.04.