BANK lending in Singapore continued its slide for the fourth consecutive month in June, dipping 0.7 per cent from the previous month to come in at S$680.36 billion, preliminary data from the...

BUSINESS loans in Singapore extended its slide in May, mainly dragged down by weaker loans to financial institutions and general commerce, fresh data from the Monetary Authority of Singapore...

BANK lending in Singapore fell 0.6 per cent in May from a month ago on the back of broad weakness across all segments, preliminary data from the Monetary Authority of Singapore showed on Tuesday...

SINGAPORE saw a record jump in deposits in April as investors rushed to park funds here given its status as a safe haven amidst global market volatility, said analysts.

VIRUS OUTBREAK

CONSUMER loans in Singapore continued to dive in April, with credit card loans clocking their steepest fall on record as the Republic's circuit breaker took effect on April 7, keeping people at...

CONSUMER loans in Singapore continued to dive in April, with credit card loans clocking their steepest fall as the Republic's "circuit breaker" took effect on April 7, keeping people at home and...

CONSUMER loans registered its sharpest fall on record over a big shrinkage in unsecured personal loans in March, fresh data from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) showed on Thursday.

HIGHER business loans were the main boost to total bank lending in February amid the coronavirus outbreak that began late January, but analysts are flagging weaker growth ahead as the crisis...

DRIVEN by higher business loans amid the virus outbreak that began late January, bank lending in Singapore inched up 0.2 per cent in February from a month ago, fresh preliminary data from the...

BANK lending ticked down by 0.2 per cent in January on a month-on-month basis amid declining business loans, preliminary Monetary Authority of Singapore data showed on Friday.