Singapore readies leveraged ETFs to keep up with rivals

Preparations are underway for the first new listing of inverse ETFs. According to Bloomberg, Singapore Exchange Ltd. last week published a new web page about the products, described as “a form of passive collective investment schemes (like ETFs ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore's Home Curbs May Stay for Some Time, Minister Says (1)

who’s also the second finance minister, said in a Bloomberg Television interview with Haslinda Amin. “If you look at the market today, demand remains very resilient.” Singapore’s government has been steadfast in its commitment to cool the housing ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Bourse May Halt Losing Streak

(RTTNews.com) - The Singapore stock market has tracked lower in back-to-back sessions, dipping more than a dozen points or 0.4 percent along the way. The Straits Times Index now rests just beneath the 3,095-point plateau, although the market may find ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Budget 2017: All you need to know in 3 minutes

SINGAPORE - Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat delivered a forward-looking comeback Budget speech on Monday (Feb 20) after suffering a stroke last year. Some of the highlights include a water price increase, help for companies and workers, as well as support ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore carbon tax would hit refiners, help renewables

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's proposed plan to tax greenhouse gas emissions would likely hit oil refiners hard, ramping up costs in an industry that has been central to the city-state's rapid development over the last half-century. Monday's ... ( read original story ...)

Hungry Singaporeans Make Eating Profitable as Restaurants Rally

(Bloomberg) -- As Singapore’s stock market continues to rally, an often overlooked sector is getting a boost. The city-state’s listed restaurants have outperformed regional and global peers as dining out drives shares higher. These companies may be ... ( read original story ...)

What Happened In The World Of Finance Over The Past Week

First, there’s the possible introduction of dual class share structures for companies listed in Singapore’s stock market. Then, we’d move on to the latest growth numbers for Singapore’s economy. A possible introduction of dual share classes in ... ( read original story ...)