The benchmark STI has risen more than 3 per cent this month, with blue chip stocks leading the charge. Analysts expect the post-Brexit rebound to continue and lead the local bourse to test the 3,000-point level.
Multinational manufacturer 3M is investing S$135 million over the next two and a half years as part of its plans to expand its Tuas manufacturing plant.
The service uses the first made-in-Singapore commercial Earth observation satellite, TeLEOS-1.
Organisations like DBS, SMRT, McDonald's, and Sheng Siong Supermarket are training frontline staff to be more dementia-friendly.
In the financial report on Tuesday, Las Vegas Sands said MBS’ performance for the second quarter was “consistent” with the performance in the same period last year.
Manufacturing output in Singapore fell 0.3 per cent year-on-year in June, dragged down by a decline in the transport engineering cluster, the Economic Development Board (EDB) said on Tuesday (Jul 26).
The pace of decline slowed in June, as the base effect associated with the disbursement of Service & Conservancy Charges (S&CC) rebates in May dissipated, say MAS and MTI.
With Singapore’s economic growth likely to remain sluggish amid a lacklustre global outlook, the Government is reviewing its forecast of 1 to 3 per cent growth for 2016. Some economists say the forecast could be lowered to 1.5 to 2.5 per cent.
Growing the incomes of low-income workers should be a key priority when countries come up with tax and fiscal policies to promote inclusive economic growth, says Mr Tharman.
The acquisition of British chip designer ARM by Japanese telecoms giant SoftBank is proof that the UK remains on the radar of foreign investors even as concerns regarding Brexit continue to boil over, British High Commissioner to Singapore Scott Wightman told Channel NewsAsia.