Is Singapore failing in its bid for Asia’s IPO market?

Companies are choosing to list in Hong Kong instead. As the regional stock exchange competition heats up, the Singapore stock exchange may be losing more than it gains as there were more cross-border listings than IPOs held within its own borders in Q1 ... ( read original story ...)

DBS next to ink partnership with Joseph Schooling

Lim, DBS’ Singapore country head, said. Joseph Schooling said that DBS is what a Singaporean brand should be and it is an honour to work with the bank. “They serve their customers well, they’re true to their roots, they’re ambitious and work hard ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Home Prices Post Biggest Jump in Almost Eight Years

Singapore private home prices surged the most since 2010 as the property market staged a recovery from a four-year slump. An index tracking private residential prices jumped 3.1 percent in the three months ended March 31, according to a flash estimate from ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore banks’ loan growth hits 3-year high

Higher credit card and car loans pushed bank lending up. Singapore bank lending rose 8.5% YoY in February 2018 and hit its strongest pace in three years, up from an 8.3% climb in January. According to RHB Research, this was mainly on the back of stronger ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Airlines : Political Conditions Singapore

As noted in the "History" of this Country Review, Singapore became a Crown Colony of Great Britain in 1946. Self-government under the aegis of Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew ensued as of 1959. Four year later, Singapore joined the Federation of Malaysia but ... ( read original story ...)