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Manufacturing stocks maintain gains in Q1

Updates from Singapore Business Review: Manufacturing stocks maintain gains in Q1 Uploaded By:  Paul Howell Submitted By:  Staff Reporter Case Study:  No The higher returns are reflecting the increased confidence of investors in the economy. The top 20 most traded manufacturing-related stocks have contributed greatly to the combined daily turnover for all companies and trusts [...]

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Global trading firm Optiver to open Singapore office

Updates from Singapore Business Review: Global trading firm Optiver to open Singapore office Uploaded By:  Paul Howell Submitted By:  Paul Howell Case Study:  No The move is part of the company’s broader expansion across Asia Pacific. Global market maker and proprietary trading firm Optiver will be opening a new office in Singapore this year, as [...]

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OrderEZ’s way to end-to-end management

Updates from Singapore Business Review: OrderEZ's way to end-to-end management Uploaded By:  Paul Howell Submitted By:  Paul Howell Case Study:  No How this F&B management platform startup is helping businesses to save time, and sell more. Fed up with the complexity of management solutions available at that time, OrdezEZ founders Andrew Creswick and Jeffrey Meese [...]

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HDB resale volume soared by 25.6% in March

Updates from Singapore Business Review: HDB resale volume soared by 25.6% in March Uploaded By:  Paul Howell Submitted By:  Staff Reporter Case Study:  No Resale prices have continued their ninth straight month of increases. HBD resale volumes in March saw a massive increase. According to the latest SRX report, a total of 2,448 HDB transactions [...]

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Singaporeans ‘optimistic’ about getting back to travel: report

Updates from Singapore Business Review: Singaporeans ‘optimistic' about getting back to travel: report Uploaded By:  Paul Howell Submitted By:  Staff Reporter Case Study:  No 71% feel “more hopeful” amidst theCOVID-19 vaccine rollout, and potential for air travel bubbles. Singaporean travellers are finally starting to see light at the end of the tunnel with the rollout [...]

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ChubTuTuSg – 80 Different Flavours of Tutu Kueh in Yishun!

Miss Tam Chiak: Singapore Food Blog | Best Singapore Food | Singapore Food Reviews ChubTuTuSg – 80 Different Flavours of Tutu Kueh in Yishun! Gone are the roving pasar malams where Ramly burgers, lekor (Malay fish crackers) and flavoured ice popsicles were devoured in earnest (thanks a lot, COVID). Thankfully, handfuls of pasar malam stall [...]

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Axiata, Norway’s Telenor in advanced talks to merge Malaysian mobile operations

Singapore Business Times (technology): Axiata, Norway's Telenor in advanced talks to merge Malaysian mobile operations MALAYSIAN telecommunications conglomerate Axiata Group and its Norwegian counterpart Telenor Group on Thursday announced that they are in "advanced discussions" regarding a potential merger of their Malaysian mobile operations Digi and Celcom.

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Building and construction stocks surge in anticipation of recovery

Singapore Business Times (companies-markets): Building and construction stocks surge in anticipation of recovery THE local construction industry is still reeling from the aftermath of Covid-induced lockdowns last year. But investors have already begun to look forward to an earnings recovery on the back of a rebound in demand - both locally and abroad.

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