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Archive for November, 2010

Economists raise S’pore’s growth forecasts for 2011

(SINGAPORE) With 2011 just a month away, several economists have raised their growth forecasts for the Singapore economy next year - to beyond the official forecast range in some cases. Coming to the fore as a prime driver of this growth will be the services sector, even as the challenges of managing inflation and capital inflows persist. 'Services will overtake the manufacturing sector in 2011 as... more

Loss of QE2 liquidity is no surprise

THE single biggest feature throughout last week's action (or lack of it, to be more accurate) was the disappearance of QE2 liquidity. And without the support that plenty of money brings, it wasn't surprising that the market grew progressively weaker between Monday and Friday. To be honest though, we should have seen it coming. The sudden inflow in early November was in response to the US Federal R... more

The Weekly Bottom Line

Financial markets' attention has been intensively focusing on Europe over the last month. Borrowing costs for Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain started to climb on October 29th after German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy suggested bondholders should share the losses with taxpayers if a European country

GM’s initial offering now world’s biggest

General Motors Co's initial public offering became the world's biggest at $23.1 billion after underwriters swiftly took up additional shares following last week's IPO.

Prices rebound for second day

THE local stock market stabilised for a second consecutive session yesterday - but continued to exhibit caution and nervousness as the day progressed. The Straits Times Index displayed the same up-then-down pattern as it did on Wednesday, this time rising to an intraday high of 3,167 before ending at 3,159.23 for a net gain of 22.22 points. Turnover was a poor 1.1 billion units worth $1.1 billio... more

S’pore properties stay on firm ground

YESTERDAY's report by DTZ Research provided yet another confirmation as to why the private property market in Singapore is likely to stay firm. In the report, which detailed Singapore's residential demand for the third quarter, the property consultancy highlighted that mainland Chinese buyers, who have grown significantly in numbers from 2007, recorded their highest share of 20 per cent among non-... more
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