Economy

24 May 18
But luxury item prices continued to climb 2.4% from last year.
24 May 18
Businesses actively opt for trade credit as part of ‘common practice’.
24 May 18
And the 139-unit Landmark Tower was sold for $286m.
24 May 18
Prices of housing and utilities dipped 2.3%.
23 May 18
Prices of Changi Airport fees, water, and gas will rise.
23 May 18
Price gains in retail, electricity & gas, and services were all muted.
23 May 18
90% of CFOs expect economic expansion this year, beating the 82% record in 2010.
23 May 18
And here's why the number of employers using enhanced WorkPro scheme rose.
21 May 18
The agreement allows Singapore to swap Singapore dollars for US$3b.
21 May 18
The government didn’t give a specific date on when it would raise the tax rate from 7% to 9%.
21 May 18
And here's why UOB beats DBS in paying out its dividends even in difficult times.
18 May 18
Total employment in the wholesale trade sector also hit 15,300.
18 May 18
Strong sales of petroleum products buoyed quarterly figures.
18 May 18
And GIC injected US$32m into the US$517m IPO of Turkish grocer Șok Marketler.
17 May 18
The occurence of money laundering incidents was higher in Singapore than the global average.
17 May 18
The rally follows two consecutive months of decline.
15 May 18
And here's why an NUS professor called the launch of Tengah flats bluff.
14 May 18
And here's why Singapore's 'boringness' is going to help lure real estate investment.
10 May 18
Analysts are divided on the impact of the new leadership, but some said key infrastructure policies need to be watched.
10 May 18
Its opinion will be included in the shareholders circular for the restructuring.
10 May 18
And here's why Jurong Lake District could hit gold with the new Jurong Region Line.
9 May 18
It has one of the weakest performances in a study's measure of cultural influence and future trends.
4 May 18
Semiconductor production growth weakened from 27.4% in February to 18.8% in March.
3 May 18
The services sector improved the most, as it now takes 23 days on average to pay bills.
2 May 18
The growth of new orders and new exports slowed down.
2 May 18
It will bring back its FinTech Deal Day and open its platform to more ASEAN startups.
2 May 18
Its net foreign position weighed on the growth of both public and private credit.
2 May 18
And here's what could happen when the 99-year lease of HDB units expire.
30 Apr 18
One in 5 firms in the services sector is optimistic about business conditions in 2018.
30 Apr 18
This was bolstered by oil prices, which climbed 13.3%.
30 Apr 18
And here's the Singapore central bank's forecast on the economy amidst rising tensions.
24 Apr 18
It trailed behind South Korea and Germany in terms of automation readiness.
24 Apr 18
Growth is resilient in Q1 and the labour market is improving, OCBC says.
24 Apr 18
And here's how HDB chief Cheong Koon Hean refused to answer a question about urban planning.
23 Apr 18
Price hikes for services and private transport were softer compared to the rates last month.
18 Apr 18
Singapore's non-oil domestic exports fell by 2.7% in March due to lower electronics exports.