Asian markets followed Wall Street higher Tuesday after weak US factory data sparked optimism that a series of big interest rate hikes were taking their toll, allowing the Federal Reserve to ease its foot off the pedal.
Social media sites could be blocked or fined in Singapore if they fail to stop users in the tightly-controlled country from accessing "harmful" content under a proposed law introduced in parliament on Monday.
The government has introduced yet another set of cooling measures to keep prices from rising too quickly. Here are seven stocks that will be affected. The post New Property Cooling Measures Imposed: 7 Singapore Stocks That May Be Impacted appeared first on The Smart Investor.
LONDON (Reuters) -Diageo PLC's Chief Executive Ivan Menezes believes Scotland could face a water shortage due to climate change unless businesses and lawmakers act, he said at the Reuters Impact conference on Monday. The threat in Scotland, where Diageo is the biggest exporter of Scotch whisky through brands like Johnnie Walker, depends on how successful the world is at averting climate change and hitting a 1.5-degree Celsius limit on global warming, he said. "There are scenarios where we could see water being stressed in Scotland," Menezes said.
The total consideration for the acquisition is $676,530.61.
“While no legal notice of a class action has been received, lawyers have been engaged to advise," says Singtel.
The divestment is expected to unlock value and reduce the REIT’s gearing.
S'pore private property prices rose 3.4% in Q3, compared to the 3.5% increase in the previous quarter, according to URA flash estimates.
Singapore’s top central banker said blended finance is key to tackling climate change by earmarking more money for marginal environmental projects.
The Mortgage Servicing Ratio (MSR) in Singapore caps the amount that may be spent on mortgage repayments to 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income. It applies to HDB flats and executive condominiums (ECs) bought from developers.
The cost of insuring the firm’s bonds against default climbed about 15% last week to levels not seen since 2009
From a small basement office in Ubi, Castlery now boasts a 24,000 square feet flagship store in Orchard Road. How did the co-founders achieve this?
Reliance Jio will soon launch a laptop priced at just 15,000 rupees ($184) - one of the cheapest on offer in India, aiming to replicate the success of its low-cost phone, said two sources with direct knowledge of the matter. Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Reliance is known for disrupting businesses with cut-throat price offerings. Jio, its telecoms unit, has been credited with upending the world's no. 2 mobile market with cheap 4G data plans and free voice services in 2016.
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HOUSTON (Reuters) -Oil prices jumped nearly $4 a barrel on Monday as OPEC+ considered reducing output by more than 1 million barrels per day (bpd) to buttress prices with what would be its biggest cut since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Brent crude futures for December delivery rose $3.72 to $88.86 a barrel, a 4.4% gain. Oil prices have declined for four straight months since June, as COVID-19 lockdowns in top energy consumer China hurt demand while rising interest rates and a surging U.S. dollar weighed on global financial markets.
Looking up HDB BTO prices for the various estates and room sizes is part of figuring out which areas you can afford to live in. To help you better plan your budget, we compiled a list of BTO prices in Singapore from 2019 to August 2022.
India's factory growth dipped to a three-month low in September due to a moderation in demand and output, despite easing inflationary pressures and strong business confidence, a private survey showed. The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index, compiled by S&P Global, fell to 55.1 in September from 56.2 in August, below the 55.8 predicted by economists in a Reuters poll. The pace of growth was still solid, however, and was above the 50-mark separating growth from contraction for a 15th straight month.
The Philippine peso may extend its record-setting slump against the greenback as billions of dollars of trade deficits weigh on the currency, increasing pressure on the central bank to intervene to slow its descent.
Major oil-producing nations led by Saudi Arabia and Russia are expected to make this week their biggest output cut since the start of the Covid pandemic in efforts to buttress prices.
Sterling jumped against the dollar on Monday after Britain reversed a plan to cut the highest rate of income tax, and the dollar was also down against other major currencies. The pound rose against the dollar after media reports of the u-turn to its highest level since Sept. 22, the day before British Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng roiled markets with a new "growth plan" to cut taxes and regulation, funded by vast government borrowing. Sterling was last up 1.4% at $1.1320.