In Focus

2 Apr 19
Raffles Family Office is open to investing in healthtech, fintech and cybersecurity startups.
2 Apr 19
Size and requirement woes plagued what could have been the largest en bloc deal in Singapore’s history.
28 Mar 19
One of the plan’s main thrusts includes injecting more homes into the CBD.
25 Mar 19
Smaller supermarket players such as Hao Mart are facing off against giants like Sheng Siong in a race to set up shop in new Housing and...
25 Mar 19
Easycity offers rates for as low as $800 per month.
25 Mar 19
The foreign worker quota in the services sector will be cut as finance minister Heng notes that the growth in S-pass services holders hit a five-...
24 Mar 19
Almost 3 in 5 Singaporeans find it more stressful to use public transport.
20 Mar 19
 ICT roles such as chief information officers, database designers & administrators and IT security specialists were in hot demand.
19 Mar 19
The city trails Hong Kong and Mongolia.
18 Mar 19
Seven in 10 or 67.5% of the transactions were priced below $1.5m.
18 Mar 19
Big projects like Kingsford Waterbay and North Park Residences received their TOPs in Q4.
18 Mar 19
But homegrown startups like SG Bike and Anywheel are picking up the slack after the retreat of Chinese bike-sharing unicorns from the market....
14 Mar 19
It was spurred by the increase in residential and industrial listings, as well as mortgagee sales put up by banks.
14 Mar 19
Mainland Chinese transacted 4 in 10 condo purchases.
11 Mar 19
310 homes were sold in District 19.
10 Mar 19
Security concerns in using mobile banking apps rose from 34% in 2017 to 41% in 2018.
7 Mar 19
Monetising the first three terminals could command market capitalisation near $10b.
7 Mar 19
This is despite the 9.1% price growth in the city’s luxury properties.
6 Mar 19
Tuaspring struggled to keep the plant ‘reliably operational’ to deliver the required desalinated water.
5 Mar 19
It hit the sixth month of decline due to slower growth in new orders, exports, and factory output.
3 Mar 19
Rents fell 1% in 2018, marking a slowdown from the 4.7% and 8.3% declines for 2017 and 2016.
1 Mar 19
The rates for commercial and hotel/hospital properties rose 45.6% on average.
28 Feb 19
The non-performing loan formation of OCBC and UOB rose by 137bp and 94bp respectively in Q4.
26 Feb 19
US$102.2m of the total funds raised went to lending fintech companies such as the homegrown Funding Societies.
26 Feb 19
Marina Bay saw the largest rental increase at 17.1%.
25 Feb 19
Overall sales could hit 19,000-22,000 units.
21 Feb 19
Hawker centres, food courts and wet markets remain heavily dependent on cash.
20 Feb 19
It gained higher contributions from its retail, commercial, and lodging businesses in Singapore and China.
18 Feb 19
Find out what EY, Deloitte, KPMG, and PwC have to say about the Budget.
18 Feb 19
The budget surplus for 2019 hit $2.1b, a carbon tax will be implemented, and a $3.1b fund for CareShield has been declared.
18 Feb 19
The food delivery firm is beefing up its logistics network by adding 5,000 restaurant partners and 2,000 riders.
18 Feb 19
There are 758 units in Queenstown that will be up for resale as their minimum occupation period expires soon.
18 Feb 19
The British manufacturer is aiming to roll out an EV model by 2021.
18 Feb 19
Ascott is set to lure such tenants with their co-living projects set for opening by 2020 and 2021.
18 Feb 19
Around 15% of APAC family office portfolios are private equities direct investments.
18 Feb 19
Roughly 700,000 sq ft of data centre space is expected to have been completed in 2018 with the stock set to more than double by 2022.
18 Feb 19
The office sector will lead gains as a supply crunch is set to drive rents up.
15 Feb 19
Growth in the manufacturing sector decelerated to 7.2% from 10.4%.
12 Feb 19
Transactions in H2 fell 26.4% compared to H1 after the cooling measures were rolled out.
11 Feb 19
A massive restaurant network spanning 6,000 establishments helps fuel its bid for market leadership.