Singapore shares climb 0.1% on Monday.
SINGAPORE shares regained their footing to climb higher on Monday, with the Straits Times Index gaining 0.13 per cent or 4.23 points to 3,206.27. Read more at The Business Times.
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Singapore stocks: STI resumes Monday afternoon at 3,182.36, down 0.61%SINGAPORE stocks reopened weaker on Monday, with the Straits Times Index retreating 0.61 per cent or 19.68 points to 3,182.36 as at 1.05pm ahead of pivotal US-China trade talks in Beijing. Read more at The Business Times.
Singapore shares open lower on Monday; STI down 0.63% to 3,182.11SINGAPORE stocks opened lower on Monday, with the Straits Times Index dropping 0.63 per cent or 19.93 points to 3,182.11 as at 9.02am. Read more at The Business Times.
Budget 2019 to be delivered at 3.30pm next MondaySINGAPORE: Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat will deliver Singapore’s 2019 Budget Statement in Parliament next Monday (Feb 18) at 3.30pm, the ...
Budget 2019 to be delivered at 3.30pm next Monday
Malaysia shares open lower on MondayMALAYSIA share prices opened lower on Monday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index down 2.20 points to 1,688.72 at 9.01am. Read more at The Business Times.
Questions on SAF training deaths and safety issues to dominate Parliament sitting on MondayQuestions on Singapore Armed Forces-related training incidents and safety procedures are expected to dominate the next Parliament sitting on Monday (11 February), following four training deaths in the SAF since September 2017.
E-scooter led to fire in Cashew Road flat on Monday night, injuring 3 peopleSINGAPORE - The fire that broke out in a Cashew Road flat on Monday night (Feb 4), injuring three people, started from an electric scooter placed in one of the bedrooms.. Read more at straitstimes.com. ban e-scooters 😂
Malaysia: Shares close higher on MondayMALAYSIA share prices closed higher on Monday, with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 2.04 points to 1,688.56. Read more at The Business Times.
Aloysius Pang’s death, NS safety to dominate Parliament sitting on Monday
TODAY's morning brief for Monday, Feb 11