Housing Development Board (HDB)

Covid-19 has brought on migration shocks and doughnut effects: Maybank Kim Eng - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Asean

Covid-19 has brought on migration shocks and doughnut effects: Maybank Kim Eng

Millions of workers who have been working outside of their home country have been returning home since the global pandemic struck. 

Sembcorp well-positioned for shift to renewables: CGS-CIMB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Sembcorp well-positioned for shift to renewables: CGS-CIMB

CGS-CIMB Research has maintained its ‘add’ rating for Sembcorp Industries with an unchanged target price of $1.97 after the company announced it had been

Sembcorp wins new solar energy project from HDB, becomes leading solar energy provider in Singapore - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Contracts

Sembcorp wins new solar energy project from HDB, becomes leading solar energy provider in Singapore

Sembcorp Industries has won a 60 megawatt-peak (MWp) solar energy project by the Housing Development Board (HDB) and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), the company announced

Property

HDB prices soar as frenzy grips property market

Million-dollar price tags on a record number of Singapore’s public housing sales are a sign the city-state is joining the frenzy gripping property markets from Hong Kong to Toronto.

Property

Private developers 'not ruled out' in playing role in VERS flat redevelopment

SINGAPORE (Sept 10): The government is carefully studying the feasibility of allowing private developers to play a role in the redevelopment of old flats in the Voluntary Early Redevelopment Scheme

Broker's Calls

No catalysts in sight for CityDev as new housing initiatives threaten to curb buying sentiment: Jefferies

SINGAPORE (Aug 21): Jefferies is reiterating its “hold” call on City Developments (CDL) with a price target of $11, which is based on a 22% discount to a RNAV of $14, with the view that there are n

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ISOTeam to benefit from HDB's home improvement programme

SINGAPORE (June 12): ISOTeam, the facilities management specialist, sees itself as a potential beneficiary of refurbishment initiatives, improved property sentiment and national push towards greene

Singapore’s income gap narrowed in 2016 with growth of median household income

SINGAPORE (Feb 16): Not only was Singapore’s Gini coefficient, a measure of income disparity, the lowest in a decade at 0.458 in 2016 – it fell even further to 0.402 after adjusting for government

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