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Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 23:41
Uploaded By:. Nathanielle Punay. Submitted By:. Nathanielle Punay. Case Study:. No. The bill has yet to clarify whether the start date is in March or April. S-REITs may likely see its cash flow deteriorate in the near term as the Ministry of Law’s (MinLaw) upcoming new bill requires landlords to share equally the burden of rental reliefs to qualifying SME tenants, according to an analyst note by DBS Group Research.
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 23:39
Uploaded By:. Nathanielle Punay. Submitted By:. Nathanielle Punay. Case Study:. No. Futures movement may move to its rival in Hong Kong. Singapore Exchange has made a dent on its medium-term thesis after it announced that its license agreement for MSCI ex-Singapore products will expire in February 2021, where its impact to the bourse’s earnings may likely spill over to 2022, according to an analyst note by DBS Group Research. The report noted that Ex-MSCI Singapore products contributed 15% of equity derivatives contracts volume and 12% of total derivatives contracts volumes.
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 23:39
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. This is attributed to Airtel’s charges for regulatory costs. Singapore Telecommunications’ (Singtel) post-tax profits crashed 26% YoY to $574m in Q1 from $773 in 2019, according to an SGX filing. This is attributed to Airtel’s exceptional charges for regulatory costs, including the adjusted gross revenue matter and a one-time spectrum charge.
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 21:52
Uploaded By:. Alyssa Divina. Submitted By:. Staff Reporter. Case Study:. No. It will finance projects under its Green Finance Network. The National University of Singapore (NUS) has raised $300m through its inaugural green bond issuance, becoming the first Asian university to do so. The fund will finance green projects under the university’s new Green Finance Network, which provides the criteria and guidelines for NUS to enter into green finance transactions.
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 18:00
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. And Ziliqa rolls out social media initiatives to support relief efforts. From DealStreetAsia:. Fintech firm GoBear snapped up $24.12m (US$17m) funding from its existing Dutch investors Walvis Participaties and Aegon to expand its financial services platform, according to an announcement. The firm plans to use the latest funding to rev up its online financial marketplace, digital insurance brokerage and digital lending.
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 18:00
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. Slow demand poses a risk to hotels receiving mainly fixed rents. This chart from OCBC Investment Research (OIR) shows the proportion of fixed rent to the variable rent component of Ascott Residence Trust (ART), CDL Hospitality Trusts (CDLHT), and Far East Hospitality Trust (FEHT).
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 18:00
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. SGX saw the sharpest decline amongst top active stocks with a 11.62% contraction. The Straits Times Index ended 10.82 or 0.43% lower at 2,519.48. The top active stocks were SGX, which plunged 11.62%, Singtel, which slid 1.5%, DBS, which stayed flat, UOB, which inched up 0.05%, and OCBC Bank with a 0.23% contraction. The FTSE Mid Cap rose 0.06%, whilst the FTSE Small grew 0.58%.
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 05:14
Uploaded By:. Clarist Zablan. Submitted By:. Clarist Zablan. Case Study:. No. The initial cash offer did not gain support from creditors. Utico is proposing to pay the creditors of embattled water treatment firm Hyflux and advisors with equity shares in place of cash, according to a letter filed in SGX. This follows after the initial restructuring agreement failed to gain approval from Hyflux board, the unsecured working group (UWG) and advisors, as well as explicit support from Securities Investors Association Singapore (SIAS).
Singapore Business Review 05/27/2020 05:13
Uploaded By:. Nathanielle Punay. Submitted By:. Nathanielle Punay. Case Study:. No. The recreation and personal services industry led the fall amongst sectors. Overall business receipts of the services industries (excluding wholesale and retail trade and accommodation and food services) dipped 1.1% YoY in Q1 as receipts of recreation and personal services posted a double-digit decline, according to data from the Department of Statistics (SingStat).
Singapore Business Review 05/26/2020 23:35
Uploaded By:. Alyssa Divina. Submitted By:. Staff Reporter. Case Study:. No. High credit costs can be covered by profits. Singaporean banks still reap the benefits of operating in an economically-stable environment, as shown by their robust funding profiles and the sound financial system, according to an S&P Global Ratings report. Sector fundamentals will remain healthy despite credit costs possibly doubling or tripling this year, with the increase coming from a low base from a long-run average of 20-25bp of loans, which can be covered by profits and will leave capital intact, analysts Ivan Tan and Rujun Duan said.
Singapore Business Review 05/26/2020 21:49
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. The industry is said to suffer further losses if suspension extends beyond 2 June. The Institute of Estate Agents (IEA) has appealed to Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing to allow potential tenants to physically view vacant property units starting 2 June. IEA said landlords and owners, as well as property agents will suffer further losses if the suspension of physical viewings continues beyond 2 June. The group received feedback from tenants who are concerned about hidden problems in properties that are not visible through virtual viewings.
Singapore Business Review 05/26/2020 21:18
Uploaded By:. Nathanielle Punay. Submitted By:. Nathanielle Punay. Case Study:. No. Bharti Group and Singtel will continue to own 56.23% in Bharti Airtel. Singtel’s Indian associate Bharti Airtel have sold 2.75% of its stake to institutional investors for $1.63b (US$1.15b) through an accelerated book building process in the secondary market, an SGX filing revealed. The allocation was done to over 50 accounts, with the top 10 getting two-thirds of the overall allocation.
Singapore Business Review 05/26/2020 18:00
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. CityDev led the gains amongst top active stocks with a 3.66% expansion. The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 30.47 or 1.22% higher at 2,530.3. The top active stocks were DBS, which grew 1.36%, UOB, which increased 1.18%, OCBC Bank, which advanced 1.41%, Singtel, which edged up 0.76%, and CityDev with a 3.66% expansion. The FTSE Mid Cap climbed 1.68%, whilst the FTSE Small Cap rose 1.56%.
Singapore Business Review 05/26/2020 18:00
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. Suburban malls seem to be holding up better. This chart from Maybank shows that tenant sales in Singapore’s retail sector slowed following enhanced safe distancing measures, with Wisma Atria and SuntecCity posting the largest decline at 15.4% and 20.2% in Q1, respectively. Meanwhile, VivoCity and FCT faced single-digit drops at 3.4% and 4% respectively.
Singapore Business Review 05/26/2020 18:00
Uploaded By:. Janine Ballesteros. Submitted By:. Janine Ballesteros. Case Study:. No. And Carousell to help SMEs digitise business. From Channel News Asia:. Authorities will monitor and take action if there is evidence of "anti-competitive activity" amongst petrol retailers in Singapore, said Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Trade and Industry Tan Wu Meng. This was after he was asked if oil companies in Singapore behave like an oligopoly and if the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) would mandate oil companies to publish their lowest petrol and diesel prices after their best discounts.
Singapore Business Review 05/26/2020 05:58
Uploaded By:. Nathanielle Punay. Submitted By:. Nathanielle Punay. Case Study:. No. This follows after Singapore unveiled the $33b "Fortitude" budget. Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat stated that Singapore’s fiscal deficit has will widen to $74.3b, which is said to be equivalent to 15.4% of GDP. This follows after DPM Heng unveiled the $33b "Fortitude" budget, which has put great emphasis on staff retention, rental relief and digitalisation.

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