SINGAPORE'S manufacturing sentiment remained in the doldrums in October, with the Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) edging up 0.1 point to 49.6, its sixth straight month in contractionary territory...

FOR a long time, manufacturing was constrained by the need to have a minimum order quantity (MOQ) before it is considered cost-eective to make that product.

For the third month in a row, developers have chalked up private home sales exceeeding 1,000 units (excluding executive condominium or EC units).

SINGAPORE’S retail sales have fallen for the seventh consecutive month in August, compared to a year ago, on the back of poor motor vehicle sales.

MANUFACTURING sentiment fell in September for its fifth month in negative territory, as the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) reading dipped by 0.4 point from August, to 49.5.

SINGAPORE's headline inflation edged up slightly in August, reversing from a dip in July, while
core inflation remained flat, according to statistics released by the authorities on Monday....

Developers sold an encouraging 1,122 private homes excluding executive condominium (EC) units in August, an 82 per cent jump from a year ago.

SINGAPORE retailers’ takings fell in July by 1.8 per cent on the year before, in the sixth straight month of decline.

SINGAPORE’S manufacturing sentiment edged up in August, though in contraction for the fourth straight month. The Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) stood at 49.9, up 0.1 point from July. A reading...