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...

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SINGAPORE'S services industries are still seeing their takings rise year on year, though at a slowing pace, according to second quarter data from the Department of Statistics on Tuesday.

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RETAIL takings plunged by 8.9 per cent in June compared to a year ago on the back of poor motor vehicle sales, marking its fifth straight month of decline.

SINGAPORE headline Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) reading inched up by 0.2 point to 49.8 in July, on growth in new orders, factory output, and new exports.