SINGAPORE (May 11): Mainly because of higher provisions, the three Singapore banks have posted double-digit y-o-y lower earnings growth for 1Q2020 ended March. However, they have kept costs under control and eke out higher non-interest income amid uncertain market conditions, says DBS analyst Lim Rui Wen.

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