Articles by Kiersnerr Gerwin Tacadena
BMI Research believes that Singapore household spending will rise in the next few years on the back of the increasing proportion of non-essential expenses such as leisure and recreation costs.
Market Forces reported that DBS's new climate policy seems to change nothing about its involvement with existing coal projects.
Analysts at UOB KayHian projects Singapore Airlines to report a strong net profit growth in the recently concluded quarter, thanks to the parent airline and SIA Cargo.
Singapore's own oBike adds Indonesia to the list of its markets, offering bike-sharing services in Bandung City, and several parts of Bali.
The increased demand for engine checks seem to paint a vibrant picture for SIA Engineering Company this year.
The Housing and Development Board's new regulations may affect flat owners renting out living quarters above HDB commercial spaces, ERA said.
While Keppel's biggest drag seems to be its offshore and marine segment, the Singapore conglomerate could depend on its infrastructure and investments business for growth.
Knight Frank's New Frontiers: The 2018 report discusses Singapore's role in China's Belt and Road Initiative and how it can foster greater bilateral ties between the two countries.
Economists at UOB said Singapore's manufacturing performance in 2017 has risen to new heights, thanks to the still-strong external demand for semiconductor exports.
For the first time since it was first introduced, the Singapore Savings Bond has been over-subscribed, with over 6,300 investors submitting their applications.
The lacklustre iPhone X reception has contributed to the lower handset sales and subsidies for Singapore telco M1.
The overall property sentiment in Singapore improved in the latter part of 2017, and PropertyGuru expects consumers to be optimistic about the market this year.
Economists at UOB Global Economics and Markets Research expect Singapore inflation to trend higher this year due to the improving labour market conditions.
oBike announced a partnership with ride-hailing platform Grab to advocate for urban cycling amongst Singapore commuters.
Amidst the lacklustre outlook for its Singapore taxi segment, ComfortDelGro's partnership with Uber is expected to boost the transport group's profits by up to 5 percent.
Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering)'s electronics arm managed to end the year with a bang with S$2.24 billion worth of new orders for 2017.
In celebration of the Chinese New Year, telco giant Singtel released a short film entitled Mr Lim's Reunion Dinner to encourage Singaporeans to strengthen their family ties.
As Singapore takes the chairmanship of ASEAN, it will face challenges that could compromise its ties China and with other ASEAN peers.
Despite its reputation as a tech hub in Asia, Singapore seems to be a bad place for nascent start-ups due to its lack of good IT developers and high costs.
While Singapore Press Holdings' media business continues to be weak, there are two things that spur hope for the segment: improving retail ad spends and the recent en bloc fever.