In Focus

22 Jul 19
 DBS and OCBC generate twice or thice as much revenue from digital retail and SME customers than traditional customers, on average.
18 Jul 19
Chinatown Point was sold for $520m or $2,450 psf NLA.
18 Jul 19
Sluggish retail sales and the appreciating SGD have limited price gains.
17 Jul 19
Electronic NODX contracted 31.9% YoY.
15 Jul 19
Landlord-operated brands include csuites by Lendlease which occupies 72,000 sqft, whilst Guoco Midtown will set aside up to 97,500 sqft of their...
15 Jul 19
Instagram-focused budgets are something that wasn't seen one or two years ago, said marketers.
15 Jul 19
Passenger air vehicles are having trouble taking off because of the city’s good traffic conditions and regulations.
15 Jul 19
It targets established, value-sensitive corporates that make up the fastest growing segment in Asia.
15 Jul 19
The shop will have instagrammable spots, an express e-commerce counter, and on-demand stylists.
12 Jul 19
MAS might soon intervene and ease monetary policy.
11 Jul 19
The biggest deal was AEW’s $1.36b purchase of Chevron House.
10 Jul 19
RevPAR for luxury hotels grew 3.3% YoY to $185 for 5M19.
8 Jul 19
About 43% of fintechs in Southeast Asia choose Singapore as their home as growth prospects in the city strengthen.
8 Jul 19
Despite only holding less than 7% grocery market share in 2017, RedMart and FairPrice will dominate the market in few years time.
8 Jul 19
It also has some points it can improve on, according to global policy experts.
8 Jul 19
By then, the country’s infrastructure gap is tipped to hit US$400m compared to the global gap of $19t.
5 Jul 19
However, the tech upstarts hardly pose a challenge to the Big Three.
3 Jul 19
There are 141 such players located across Singapore.
2 Jul 19
Over 10 companies that have been privatised or in the process of being bought out YTD.
1 Jul 19
Heavyweight office deals accounted for 47.1% of overall sales.
1 Jul 19
The sector accounted for almost half of the US$36.16b raised since 2009.
1 Jul 19
It partnered with the Singapore Institute of Retail Studies to train SMEs in cross-border trade.
1 Jul 19
The five licenses are split into two full digital and three wholesale.
27 Jun 19
Tightening vacancy and strong absorption drove rents up to $154.84 psf.
26 Jun 19
A cup of coffee in Singapore costs about $6.77, compared to a $9.48 cup of coffee in Hong Kong.
24 Jun 19
There were 8.7 million sqft of supply in Raffles Place/New Downtown.
23 Jun 19
Newcomers still have to create significantly large funding and capital bases to contend with incumbents.
20 Jun 19
Less than a third of Singaporeans have access to their digital health records.
19 Jun 19
Only 37% of businesses expect moderate growth between 5-15%.
18 Jun 19
Investment from the city rose 23% to US$21.8b in the 12 months to Q1 2019.
18 Jun 19
Sales have come to a relative standstill, with the exception of homes priced above $2,000 psf.
17 Jun 19
Major transactions include factories in Tuas South Avenue and Banyan Drive being sold for $585m and $227.5m, respectively.
13 Jun 19
The manufacturing as well as wholesale and retail trade sectors are tipped to contract 0.2% and 0.3% respectively.
10 Jun 19
The business optimism index fell from +10.58ppt to +6.91ppt over a year.
6 Jun 19
It ranks sixth in Asia as the burden of additional compliance requirements pull Singapore down.
3 Jun 19
More multinationals still prefer the Lion City with 4,200 regional headquarters based in Singapore, the largest in APAC.
30 May 19
Market launches in the core central region hit a five-year high at 363 units.
30 May 19
Over 630,000 sqft of food factory space came on-stream in 2019 YTD.
27 May 19
Their dividend yields hover between 7.1-7.7% compared to 4% for the STI.
27 May 19
The Land Transport Master Plan 2040 also unveils plans to extend the Downtown and Thomson-East Coast Lines.