Developers

Property

Expanded Covid-19 temporary measures offer relief for buyers of new homes

SINGAPORE (May 15): The Ministry of Law updated the Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) Act on May 13 to include those who have purchased residential properties directly from housing developers or from H

Global Economy

Briefs

Quoteworthy: “I have not come across one single migrant worker … that has demanded an apology.” –— Manpower Minister Josephine Teo, who was responding to questions from Nominat

Tech

Tech turmoil

SINGAPORE (March 6): The Covid-19 virus has hit the tech industry hard, with several large-scale global tech events cancelled or postponed until further notice.

Singapore developers raise alarm over apartment supply glut

Property

Singapore developers raise alarm over apartment supply glut

(Dec 3): Singapore’s developers have expressed alarm over the high supply of private apartments amid slowing demand, with the glut threatening to suppress property prices.

Hong Kong property stock dive not enticing enough for Eastspring

Property

Hong Kong property stock dive not enticing enough for Eastspring

(Sept 18): Even after a plunge in Hong Kong property shares following months of protests in the city, Eastspring Investments says some of the biggest stocks in the sector remain unappealing because

The big threat to Hong Kong's property billionaires

Property

The big threat to Hong Kong's property billionaires

SINGAPORE (June 10): Can Hong Kong’s billionaire heirs keep their grip on the city? Given Beijing’s increasing assertiveness in the territory, it is a question worth asking.

Broker's Calls

Singapore offers buffet of attractive yield plays amid the easing policy environment, says UOB

SINGAPORE (April 1): UOB Kay Hian is recommending a wide variety of yield plays offered by Singapore ranging from aviation and banks, to developers and REITs as central banks around the world conti

Investing strategy

Singapore stocks with high yield, low expectations are what Credit Suisse prefers for the year

SINGAPORE (Jan 8): Credit Suisse is recommending Singapore investors stick with a portfolio of quality, high-yield stocks and stocks with low embedded expectations to ride out any volatility in 201

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