SINGAPORE’S factory activity stayed in contraction for the seventh straight month in November, though improving from October with the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rising 0.2 point to 49.8. A...

SINGAPORE’S services industries continued to see their takings go up in the third quarter of 2019, albeit at a slower pace, according to data from the Department of Statistics (SingStat) released...

SINGAPORE'S headline and core inflation both eased in October, contrary to economist expectations that they would hold steady, according to consumer price index figures on Monday.

SINGAPORE'S retail sales fell 2.2 per cent in September, in the eighth straight month of year-on-year decline, according to Department of Statistics figures on Tuesday. But this was slightly...

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.

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