Stories By Lee Yen Nee
102 Oct 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Local firms have put in place strategies to manage currency fluctuations, such as foreign exchange hedging and diversifying their exposures to different markets, to mitigate the impact of a weaker Singapore dollar.
217 Sep 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: REDAS president Augustine Tan called for property cooling measures to be re-examined to minimise risks from an uncertain global economic conditions, adding that they would work with Government agencies in the coming weeks to offer their input.
312 Sep 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: The swing against the Opposition was also partly due to the SG50 celebrations and the death of founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, say political observers.
404 Sep 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: The National Solidarity Party has acknowledged the error, attributing it to a software problem at the printer that the party had engaged.
528 Aug 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: SingFirst's banner was supposed to say Restore Our Nation in four different languages, but the Tamil translation ended up being gibberish, due to an error by the printer.
617 Aug 2015 Mon
The bulk of the units sold were from the High Park Residences development in Sengkang, according to data from the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
717 Aug 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: “SkillsFuture is coming on board. If you ask me, that’s a game changer for the Malay-Muslim community," says Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Yaacob Ibrahim.
813 Aug 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Singapore's economic growth will take a hit if current volatility in the foreign exchange and stock markets persists for a longer period, economists say.
926 Jun 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: The usage of Singapore Interbank Offered Rate (Sibor) and Swap Offer Rate (SOR) data in valuation and pricing activities will be subject to a monthly fee of US$1,500 (S$2,000) each.
1019 Jun 2015 Fri
The 12,154.6 sq m site, which can yield an estimated 535 private housing units, garnered 14 bids at the close of tender.