Stories By Wong Siew Ying
130 Sep 2014 Tue
Over 1,000 strata-titled retail shops are expected to be completed in Singapore over the next 12 months, but there are concerns whether there is enough retail demand to absorb the supply.
229 Sep 2014 Mon
Speaking at the KPMG Global Real Estate and Construction Conference, the Environment and Water Resources Minister drew the analogy of the water industry, which within a decade managed to generate 55 per cent of Singapore's water needs through desalination and recycling water.
329 Sep 2014 Mon
Malaysia's Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association's president FD Iskandar said developers may be introducing more residential units there than the market in Johor can handle.
425 Sep 2014 Thu
Currently, only 8 per cent of Singaporeans aged 18 and above actively invest in stocks. That figure is about half the rate in Australia and one-third of that in Hong Kong.
525 Sep 2014 Thu
The real estate consultancy also noted that the local property market rebounded in the third quarter of this year on stronger residential sales.
624 Sep 2014 Wed
Singapore is expected to top the rental forecast for Asia Pacific cities, with a 25 per cent increase in office rents from 2014-2019, according to a Knight Frank report. The consultancy also said young professionals here have 9.91 per cent of disposable income at the end of every month.
723 Sep 2014 Tue
SGX StockFacts provides more information on all SGX-listed companies, but retail interest has to do with sentiment, and there is also a need for more investor education programmes, say analysts.
822 Sep 2014 Mon
Offshore Renminbi centres in Europe will encourage both corporates and investors to take a closer look at tapping the Chinese currency, said MAS Assistant Managing Director Mr Leong Sing Chiong.
920 Sep 2014 Sat
Giving people skills and generating growth are part of the solution to income inequality, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Saturday (Sep 20).
1020 Sep 2014 Sat
At a dialogue session on Saturday (Sep 20), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the Islamic State militant group in the Middle East and rising nationalism in Asia as key worries on the international front.