AMID a decidedly quieter collective sale market, some homeowners have become more measured in their expectations as seen by the downward price adjustments at some en bloc potentials.

BIDDERS for the white site at Woodlands Avenue 2 made available for application under the Government Land Sales (GLS) reserve list are likely to be limited to consortiums and major developers with...

SINGAPORE'S business community hopes the territorial tensions between Malaysia and Singapore can be resolved soon and amicably, with manufacturers especially concerned...

IF SOMEONE cuts into your queue at the cashier in a supermarket, what would you do?

COMMENTARY: BREXIT TURMOIL

THE European Council of presidents and prime ministers meets on Thursday for the last summit of the year amid growing Brexit turmoil. This follows British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision...

BREXIT TURMOIL

EMBATTLED British Prime Minister Theresa May launched a tour of European capitals on Tuesday in a desperate bid to salvage her Brexit deal, a day after delaying a parliamentary vote on the text to...

BT EXCLUSIVE

WITH the Straits Times Index (STI) down 10 per cent year-to-date, following widespread selling in the second half of this year, market watchers note that value has emerged in selected stocks,...

SINGAPORE'S private banks are stepping up efforts to capture new clients in the Middle East market, which includes a significant non-resident Indian (NRI) segment...

HOURS after the European Court of Justice ruled that the United Kingdom can unilaterally revoke its divorce notice, UK Prime Minister Theresa May called off a crucial vote in Parliament on whether to...

TRADE tensions between China and the United States, nationalist politics and increased environmental regulation are among the top risks for firms in 2019, according to specialist risk consultancy...