Stories By Kevin Lim
105 Mar 2014 Wed
Southeast Asia overtook China in inward foreign direct investments (FDI) last year as China's workforce peaked and wages increased, according to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
205 Mar 2014 Wed
Daily securities trading on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) dropped 41 per cent in February from a year ago as a penny stock scandal last year continued to dampen trading interest.
304 Mar 2014 Tue
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has advised consumers and businesses to be cautious with transactions involving Bitcoins, as virtual currencies are unregulated and consumers may not have legal recourse should there be problems.
404 Mar 2014 Tue
Singapore has jumped to the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) ranking of the world's most expensive cities, overtaking the likes of Tokyo and Osaka as the Singapore dollar appreciated against the yen.
503 Mar 2014 Mon
DirectAsia, a fast-growing Singapore firm that specialises in selling motor insurance policies online, has been acquired by London-listed insurance group Hiscox for US$55 million.
628 Feb 2014 Fri
Singapore Airlines (SIA) may be suffering from falling margins but it remains one of the world's most admired companies, according to Fortune Magazine.
728 Feb 2014 Fri
Prime Orchard Road rents are expected to dip slightly this year as some restaurants look for cheaper space on the fringes of the city-centre, Savills said in a report on Friday.
828 Feb 2014 Fri
Car loans fell for the 18th straight month in January, as rules introduced last year to cap the amount of money people can borrow for motor vehicle purchases damped lending.
926 Feb 2014 Wed
Bank of China's Singapore branch has successfully sold RMB 3 billion (S$619 million) worth of yuan-denominated bonds, in a sign of increasing appetite in the city-state for investment products denominated in the Chinese currency.
1026 Feb 2014 Wed
Manufacturing output in Singapore grew 3.9 per cent last month from a year ago, lifted by higher production in the key electronics and pharmaceutical sectors.