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    Borrowing rules tightened for those heavily in debt

    From January next year, borrowing rules will be tightened for those heavily in debt, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced on Friday ...
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    World IPO market most active since 2007 financial crisis

    Investors are expecting 2018 to be a boom year for new listings, according to a new report that consultancy firm EY released on Friday (Dec 15).
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    Investing: Blue skies ahead for banking counters

    With the US Federal Reserve on course for three more interest rate hikes in 2018, market watchers say the outlook for the banking sector is rosy.
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    Proposed SIBOR revamp may lead to more fluctuation in home loan rates: Analysts

    The proposal to enhance the benchmark, which is used as reference for mortgages, was announced last week. Analysts said these changes, if ...
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    Ctrip CEO optimistic on future of Chinese travel market

    With Chinese consumers' buying power increasing, Ctrip CEO Jane Sun says that the growth outlook for the mainland market "will be very strong". 
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    Wealth Management Institute to roll out new programmes, develop industry talent

    Training for wealth managers in Singapore is set to receive a boost with the rollout of new programmes to develop talent in the industry. The ...
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    Lamborghini drives into crowded SUV market

    Lamborghini, the fabled Italian sports car manufacturer, on Monday (Dec 4) unveiled its new Sports Utility Vehicle, accelerating into a fast ...
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    Former Zouk site at Jiak Kim Street gets bid of S$955.4m for development

    Tenders for two residential land parcels at Jiak Kim Street and Fourth Avenue closed on Tuesday (Dec 5), with the former receiving a top bid of S$955.
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    Taxes and transfers must remain fair and progressive: Heng Swee Keat

    Singapore needs to “preserve fiscal sustainability”, said Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday (Dec 5). 
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    World's largest Starbucks to open in Shanghai

    With a booming middle-class more willing to pay a premium for their java, the Chinese market has tripled in size in the past 5 years. That is why ...

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