In Focus

2 Jun 21
The work from home setup may be taking its toll on workers’ mental health.
31 May 21
Support will now be offered to those working in the retail, arts, and sports and fitness sectors, including the self-employed.
26 May 21
Despite increasing COVID-19 cases, the Ministry of Trade and Industry expects the economy to grow by at least 4% in 2021.
25 May 21
Transport costs accelerated much of the national price index, increasing by 9.7% year-on-year.
24 May 21
The international think tank says railway infrastructure will be responsible for the construction market’s growth over the coming decade...
19 May 21
Analysts expect future sales to be affected by more HBD upgraders, and fewer fresh property launches.
18 May 21
The market expected exports to grow by 11.0% in April, while OCBC expected 9.6% growth.
17 May 21
Health minister Ong Ye Kung gives three factors that could lead to a new set of enhanced "circuit breaker" social distancing...
14 May 21
Unlinked community cases of COVID-19 have pushed the government into introducing increased restrictions, to apply from Sunday.
12 May 21
Rental volumes fall, rents  are on the rise, and more people are choosing to buy permanent homes.
12 May 21
The demand for condo resales will likely remain high in the coming months, analysts say.
6 May 21
UOB weighs in on the reimposition of stricter measures as COVID-19 cases increase.
5 May 21
The maximum sizes of business events have also been reduced to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
4 May 21
Jefferies Equity research says the bank will continue to grow past its $2b net income from the first quarter.
2 May 21
With joblessness rates falling in the first quarter, UOB Global Economics say things are likely to continue improving.
29 Apr 21
At least three in five are tracking expenses on a regular basis.
28 Apr 21
The 7.6% surge of industrial production in March broke past analyst estimates.
27 Apr 21
Headline inflation hit a 4-year high of 1.3% in March, the highest since May 2017.
26 Apr 21
Private residential property prices rose for the fourth quarter in a row, leaving investors hungry for more.
25 Apr 21
This comes despite JTC’s projection on increased demand for ndustrial spaces in 2021.
22 Apr 21
The declaration of a travel corridor between the two cities has been delayed for the second time.
19 Apr 21
Overall exports surged by 21%, leading experts to upgrade their Singapore economic forecasts.
18 Apr 21
It has grown 0.2% YoY in Q1 following contractions from three previous quarters.
15 Apr 21
Approximately 5,118 condominium units were rented out in March, as more people returned to the Lion City, and demand is expected to rise...
14 Apr 21
Monthly volumes of units sold are expected to soon reach a decade high.
12 Apr 21
More than 70% of employers looked beyond academic records when it came to hiring in 2020.
8 Apr 21
The SG SafeEvents Certification programme will allow business events to be held amidst the ongoing pandemic.
7 Apr 21
Negative sentiment is expected to ease across all business sectors over the next six months.
7 Apr 21
February saw a positive 5.2% boost in retail sales, when compared to the same time period last year.
6 Apr 21
The IATA Travel Pass contains the passenger's pre-departure COVID-19 test result and relevant details.
4 Apr 21
Moody's Investor Services said travel disruptions would keep hospitality REITs revenue weak for the near future.
31 Mar 21
Lower dividend payouts can support its free cash flow and liquidity, if sustained.
30 Mar 21
One out of three Singaporean companies increased their investments in power management in 2020.
25 Mar 21
February's inflation figures is the last key data to be released before April's monetary policy meeting.
24 Mar 21
The group plans to consolidate its investment management platforms.
22 Mar 21
Transferring from the aviation to the logistics sector wasn’t as tough as expected.
22 Mar 21
The push to digitalisation will help SMEs in the long run.
18 Mar 21
Analysts expect the full-year non-oil domestic exports to grow by 1%-2% in 2021.
17 Mar 21
OCBC bank said the labour market has improved, but not out of the woods yet.
16 Mar 21
Only 44% of Singaporeans are willing to work abroad.