SINGAPORE retail sales slumped 2.1 per cent year on year in May, worse than April’s 1.9 per cent but better than economists’ predictions of a 3.0 per cent decline, according to data from the...

HIGHER private road transport, retail and food inflation bumped Singapore’s headline inflation higher in May, outstripping economists’ estimates of 0.6 per cent and rising from 0.8 per cent in...

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SINGAPORE retail sales were down 1.8 per cent year on year in April, deepening from March's 1 per cent fall and worse than economists' expectations of a 0.2 per cent decline.

SINGAPORE'S services industries saw an increase in takings in the first quarter of 2019 even as growth momentum continues to slow, according to data from the Department of Statistics (SingStat)....

Singapore firms are well ahead of those in other countries in installing smart building initiatives, according to a report published last week by London-based office software firm Condeco.

HIGHER road transport costs boosted Singapore's headline inflation in April, which matched economists' expectations of 0.8 per cent and outstripped March's 0.6 per cent figure, according to...

RETAIL takings slipped in March by 1 per cent on the previous year, though the decline eased from the impact of previous month’s early Chinese New Year.

PRIVATE capital platform CapBridge recently announced that its stock exchange for privately held companies, 1exchange, will make use of the Ethereum blockchain platform to record transactions.

GROWTH in Singapore’s overall manufacturing sector eased in April, a monthly survey has suggested, while the decline in electronics output has worsened.

SINGAPORE'S headline inflation inched up in March, though core inflation eased marginally, according to consumer price index (CPI) figures released by the Department of Statistics on Tuesday.