Stories By Wong Siew Ying
124 Jul 2014 Thu
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is working on initiatives to make it easier for consumers to access simple, lower cost investment products.
224 Jul 2014 Thu
Core inflation, while higher than the historic average, remains well contained, MAS Managing Director Ravi Menon says.
323 Jul 2014 Wed
However, CapitaMall tenant sales per square foot fell 3.7 per cent year-on-year, while shopper traffic declined 2 per cent.
423 Jul 2014 Wed
The Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister fielded questions about the CPF system from attendees at a forum on Tuesday (July 23), including some from blogger Roy Ngerng.
522 Jul 2014 Tue
For CPF members who can stomach higher risks, the Deputy Prime Minister agreed that options that may enable higher returns should be studied, but stressed the importance of understanding the risks involved in options like private pension plans.
621 Jul 2014 Mon
Among the proposals is providing the option of full regulatory safeguards to non-retail investors and rating all investment products according to its complexity and risk, says the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
710 Jul 2014 Thu
Some industry players have said that the new measure by URA to restrict the number of hotels and hostels will likely affect expansion plans in the next couple of years.
809 Jul 2014 Wed
Property analysts are expecting prime office rents in the CBD to rise by 10% over the next 12 to 18 months. The increase will be driven largely by demand for Grade A office buildings in the CBD.
908 Jul 2014 Tue
Temasek Holdings is optimistic about China's prospects, and said it will continue to invest in Chinese banks. The investment firm said these are a good proxy for the long-term growth of the Chinese economy.
1007 Jul 2014 Mon
The number of shophouses sold in the second quarter of 2014 will be the lowest in over five years, said property analysts. According to caveats lodged, there were just 18 transactions between April and June, the lowest since Q4 2008.