Singapore circuit breaker measures

Regulatory Action

SGX RegCo allows some companies more time to release full-year results

SINGAPORE (April 22): Selected companies will be automatically granted an extension period to issue their unaudited full-year financial statements, according to the Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo).


ComfortDelGro taxis double up as RedMart's grocery delivery vehicles amid virus woes

Come end-April, some of these taxis will double up as grocery delivery vehicles for RedMart, the online grocery arm of Lazada, which has seen a surge in requests for home deliveries.


Why America is losing to Covid-19

The US's struggles with Covid-19 stem not from a lack of effective disease control measures, but rather from a failure to deploy them decisively.


Chipmakers expect live circuits despite Singapore lockdown

Semiconductor manufacturers in Singapore hope for little factory disruption from the Republic's "circuit-breaker measures", as officials explicitly named semiconductors as an essential business.

Investing ideas

Stocks to watch as Singapore enters a one-month circuit breaker: CGS-CIMB

In light of the circuit breaker, Lim has identified some “clear cut” names that will remain resilient. These include Sheng Siong Group, Venture Corp and Singtel.


'Circuit breaker' no longer precautionary, but necessary as Covid-19 cases continue to surge

“The message that’s clear to all countries is that we have to take Covid-19 seriously. It spreads quickly and there is no scope for anyone, any government organisation or individual to be complacent at all,” says Minister Lawrence Wong.


Singapore to close most workplaces, schools in 'circuit breaker' to curb virus spread

Most workplaces – with the exception of essential services and key economic sectors such as food establishments, markets and supermarkets, clinics, hospitals, utilities, transport and key banking services – will be closed with effect from April 7.