Property analysts say the overall trend is a result of several factors, including a weaker market sentiment and changes to HDB resale procedures put in place last March.
Last week, the European Central Bank announced plans to buy €60 billion of assets each month for a period of at least 19 months starting in March 2015. Economists expect this move to put more pressure on the euro against the Singapore dollar.
Tigerair made a profit after tax of S$2.2 million for the quarter ended Dec 31, 2014, turning around from a loss after tax of S$118.5 million in the same period a year ago.
The Labour Movement is calling for a Skillsave Account to allow workers to plan for their own training, and use the account to pay for unfunded portions of training courses.
Manufacturing output was dragged down by a decline in the transport engineering and general manufacturing sectors, according to data by the Singapore Economic Development Board.
Singapore Exchange is partnering Clearbridge Accelerator to address financing gaps small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs face by providing the investing community with greater transparency.
The world's first green berths made from existing berths and recycled concrete will open at Jurong Port in 2016.
It will soon be easier for those in Singapore and Cambodia to apply for patents and industrial designs in either country.
Confidence in financial markets took a hit during the global financial crisis in 2008, and it is still reeling from the fallout amid continued reports of mis-selling and benchmark manipulation by financial institutions.
SMEs cite manpower as top factor contributing to high business costs, as many look to Budget 2015 for reduced rental costs and initiatives to look for local talent, according to ASME survey.