Singapore Bourse May Extend Tuesday’s Gains

The Singapore stock market on Tuesday snapped the three-day slide in which it had fallen almost 55 points or 1.7 percent. The Straits Times Index now rests just above the 3,280-point plateau and it may add to its winnings on Wednesday. The global forecast ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Terrorism Threat at Highest Since 9/11

Singapore faces its highest terrorism threat level since the time of the September 11 attacks in the U.S. in 2001 and the 2002 Bali bombings, Singapore’s defense minister said. “There are no signs to indicate that this will abate within even the next ... ( read original story ...)

UOB pledges $500k to ST pocket money fund

Yesterday, Mr Eric Tham, managing director and head of group commercial banking at UOB, presented a cheque to Mr Warren Fernandez, chairman of the fund and editor-in-chief of Singapore Press Holdings' English/Malay/Tamil Media Group. The amount was part of ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore bank loans up 5.48% to $667.89b in May

Business and consumer loans grew 5.78% and 5.01% respectively. Singapore bank lending jumped by 5.48% in a year from $633.22b to $667.89b in May 2018, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) revealed. Loan growth compared to April 2018 was flat at 0.11%. ( read original story ...)

3 Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy During a Stock Market Crash

Do you know the 1 thing you should never do in the stock market? The Motley Fool Singapore's new e-book lays out a plan to handle market crashes, details the greatest advantage you have as an investor, and looks at decades worth of market data to bring you ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore police investigate ‘phantom’ ride-hailing bookings

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore police said on Friday they are investigating a complaint from Ryde Technologies, a new entrant in the city state’s competitive ride-hailing business, that alleged fake bookings were made on its app. Ryde said its drivers ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Study Finds Diversity Tied to Business Performance

Advocates for corporate gender equality might want to take a closer look at research from a Singapore university linking diversity to business performance. Having just one female independent director on a company’s board can raise its business ... ( read original story ...)

Homegrown F&B operator Koufu Group eyes IPO

Food & beverage store operator and manager Koufu Group is eyeing an initial public offering (IPO) in the Singapore Exchange (SGX). It lodged a preliminary prospectus in the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). According to the prospectus, it plans to ... ( read original story ...)