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Record number of million-dollar flats sold in September; HDB resale prices up 1.2%: SRX, 99.co

THE number of Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats sold for S$1 million or more hit a record high in September 2022, following the news of property cooling measures.

CDL to start previews for Copen Grand EC in Tengah on Friday, with prices from S$1.08m

CITY Developments Ltd (CDL) and MCL Land will open applications for their Copen Grand executive condominium (EC) project in the upcoming Tengah area on Friday (Oct 7), with prices starting from S$1.08 million for a two-bedroom unit.

Six adjoining Geylang Road shophouses put on the market

SIX adjoining shophouses located at 311 to 321 Geylang Road have been put up for sale via an expression of interest (EOI) at an undisclosed price, exclusive marketing agent Savills Singapore said on Thursday (Oct 6).

Hong Kong recovery falters as PMI falls to worst in six months

HONG KONG'S private sector activity contracted in September for the first time in six months as the financial hub struggles to recover from its Covid-fuelled isolation and global headwinds.

World currency reserves shrink by US$1t in record drawdown

GLOBAL foreign-currency reserves are falling at the fastest pace on record as central banks from India to the Czech Republic intervene to support their currencies.

The STI today

Singapore stocks lose momentum as rally fizzles out; STI dips 0.1%

SINGAPORE shares failed to sustain the momentum and finished marginally lower on Thursday (Oct 6), with the blue-chip Straits Times Index (STI) down 0.05 per cent or 1.67 points at 3,151.56. The bourse had opened higher.

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