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Budget 2022

Analysts mixed on consumer spending, mostly negative on property developers upon introduction of higher wealth taxes - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2022

Analysts mixed on consumer spending, mostly negative on property developers upon introduction of higher wealth taxes

The higher taxes on property, luxury cars and personal income are unlikely to impact consumer spending significantly: Maybank

Budget 2022

Forging ahead with courage

We must garner first-mover advantage by taking calculated steps to invest into the future

Budget 2022

'Daunting' and 'significant': analysts react to Singapore's carbon tax rate hike

"As power generators, Sembcorp Industries and Keppel Corp may be negatively affected via higher taxation on carbon."
Delay in GST hike a short boost for retail REITs - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2022

Delay in GST hike a short boost for retail REITs

Shopping sentiment expected to increase this year as the government delays GST hike for another year.
Real estate sector to see little to no impact from higher property taxes: DBS and RHB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2022

Real estate sector to see little to no impact from higher property taxes: DBS and RHB

How will the real estate sector fare with a property tax hike?

Budget 2022

Higher property taxes to have negative impact on developers and property agencies: CGS-CIMB

However, rental rates may go higher to make up for the higher taxes
Singapore's 'very bold' plans to hasten net zero by half a century - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2022

Singapore's 'very bold' plans to hasten net zero by half a century

“It may even be seen as too aggressive from members of industry and companies... but it is the right thing to do.”
Budget 2022 positive for banks, SGX, says Maybank Securities Singapore - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2022

Budget 2022 positive for banks, SGX, says Maybank Securities Singapore

Risks of non-performing loans can be lowered

Budget 2022

Here are the winning and losing stocks from Singapore's Budget

Singapore is making some fiscally smart moves
Singapore expected to run fiscal deficit of $5 billion in FY2021; deficit to continue for third year in FY2022 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2022

Singapore expected to run fiscal deficit of $5 billion in FY2021; deficit to continue for third year in FY2022

Singapore’s fiscal deficit for the ongoing FY2021 ending in March is expected to hit $5 billion or 0.9% of Gross Domestic Product
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