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Condo resale prices up 1.7% in September; volumes rise 1.1%: SRX, 99.co

CONDOMINIUM resale prices rose for the 26th straight month in September, increasing by 1.7 per cent over the previous month and 11.1 per cent year on year.


SGX securities turnover value up 6% in September; derivatives activity at all-time high

TOTAL securities turnover on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) in September gained 6 per cent from the previous month to S$25.8 billion while the total market turnover volume fell to 28.8 billion shares compared to 31.6 billion shares in August.


Trek 2000 founder sentenced to 16 months' jail for offences including cooking the books

TREK 2000 International's founder Henn Tan was sentenced to 16 months' imprisonment on Tuesday (Oct 11) for engaging in conspiracies to falsify accounts, forge documents and deceive external auditors of the firm that developed the ubiquitous thumb drive.


Optus, units receive notice of Australia's probe into cyberattack

OPTUS and some of its wholly-owned subsidiaries have received notices of intention to commence formal investigations by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).


Private credit to play bigger role in clean energy transition: Blackstone Credit's Robert Horn

PRIVATE credit is primed to play a larger role in financing clean energy transition as public markets pull back amid heightened volatility, said Robert Horn, global head of the sustainable resources group for asset management firm Blackstone Credit.


The STI today

Singapore stocks fall for fourth day as most Asian markets tumble; STI down 0.1%

SINGAPORE stocks closed lower for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday (Oct 11) tracking a decline in most Asian markets following a negative session overnight on Wall Street. 

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