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    14 August 2015 Weak property market drives HDB rental prices to slip 0.7%

    14 August 2015 Weak property market drives HDB rental prices to slip 0.7% Executive flats remain the lone bright spots.
    HDB saw rental prices of its 3, 4 and 5 room units decline 0.4%, 0.1%, and 0.2% respectively. Breaking the trend are executive flats as the rents grew by 0.5%.
    Meanwhile, a report from SRX Property said rents in July are down 6.1% down from its August 2013 peak.
    "Year-on-year, rental volume in July 2015 is almost flat compared to 1,698 units rented in July 2014," the report said.

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    14 August 2015 Opening of CityDev’s gigantic South Beach hotel derailed by staff shor

    14 August 2015 Opening of CityDev’s gigantic South Beach hotel derailed by staff shortage Soft launch has been pushed back to September.
    The luxurious 654-room South Beach hotel was originally intended to be launched in April. However, the mega-development soon ran into an equally massive hurdle: Singapore’s intense manpower crunch.
    A report by RHB Research said that South Beach hotel has delayed its soft launch to September this year due to labour shortages and the project’s mega scale.
    South Beach is being developed by Singapore-based City Developments Limited and IOI Group Malaysia.
    The hotel will be complemented by South Beach Quarter, which will span 13,000 sq ft of retail space, consisting of a 2-storey conservation block.
    This will house four brand-new food and beverage (F&B) concepts to the market, with an additional exclusive “word-of-mouth only” nightclub.

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    14 August 2015 Lower enrolment threatens Overseas Education as foreign students exit

    14 August 2015 Lower enrolment threatens Overseas Education as foreign students exit It will only have 3,100 students in FY15.
    Overseas Education Limited (OEL) will grapple with lower student numbers in FY15 on back of the withdrawal of foreign students,
    A report by DBS said that OEL is losing students of all levels due to the relocation of more families away from Singapore.
    DBS expects OEL’s FY15 enrolment to hover at about 3,100 students, or about 65% of total capacity. This number is also 13% lower than FY14’s enrolment of about 3,600 students.
    The group's net profit slipped 4.9% to $5.2m in Q2. This was due to lower revenue on back of the decline in enrolment among junior students.

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    14 Aug 2015 17:52 CST DJ Singapore'

    14 Aug 2015 17:52 CST DJ Singapore's STI Gains Again With More Results in Focus -- Market Talk 0952 GMT [Dow Jones] Results season is tailing off, but there are several large-cap companies reporting at the end of the week, contributing to a gain of 0.7% in the FTSE Straits Times Index, which closes the week at 3114.25. Leading gainers is transport operator ComfortDelGro (C52.SG), up 3.3% on its earnings report. Genting Singapore (G13.SG) gains 1.3%, Olam International (O32.SG) rises 2.3% and Singapore Technologies Engineering (S63.SG) rises 1.2% on their own earnings. Noble Group (N21.SG) leads large-cap losers, down 2%, while SembCorp Industries (U96.SG) falls 1.9%.

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    14 Aug 2015 17:42 CST DJ Singapore

    14 Aug 2015 17:42 CST DJ Singapore Exports Likely Fell 2.5% on Year in July -- Poll -- Market Talk 0942 GMT [Dow Jones] Singapore's main non-oil domestic exports likely reverted to a contraction in July amid tepid global demand, according to a poll by The Wall Street Journal. The median estimate in a poll of five analysts predicts July non-oil domestic exports to have contracted 2.5% on-year, compared with a 4.7% gain in June. Measured on-month on a seasonally adjusted basis, exports are likely to have contracted 2.2% in July, compared with a 2.4% fall in the previous month, according to the median of three estimates in the same poll. Demand remains tepid in Europe, U.S. and China, the biggest destinations for Singapore's exports. The government reported earlier this week that export growth slowed to 2.1% on-year in the second quarter from 4.8% in the first quarter. The government will release July exports data at 0030 GMT on Monday.

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    14 Aug 2015 17:31 CST DJ City Developments Can Weather Singapore Uncertainties -- Market Talk 0931 GMT [Dow Jones] Despite a drop in earnings at Singapore's City Developments (C09.SG), a strong balance sheet and a diversified earnings base keeps it on DBS's buy list at a $11.54 target. "Supported by a strong balance sheet and diversified earnings base from its commercial and hotel portfolio, we believe that City Developments will be able to weather the current uncertain market conditions well," DBS says. City Developments Thursday reported a 3.2% on-year fall in net profit to S$133.5 million on the back of a 4.2% decline in sales to S$824.9 million. The drop was mainly from its property development business, amid slow residential property sales, DBS notes. City Developments is currently trading 1.1% higher at S$9.18, compared with a 0.8% gain by the Singapore benchmark FTSE Straits Times Index.(

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    14 Aug 2015 17:03 CST DJ Jump in When Others Jump Off, Says DBS on First Resources -- Market Talk 0903 GMT [Dow Jones] DBS Vickers Securities upgrades First Resources (EB5.SG) to buy from hold and advises clients to take advantage of the recent sell-off in the palm producer. "We recommend investors to accumulate First Resources on any near-term weakness, as we believe its current share price has more than reflected lower earnings prospects over the next 12 months," DBS says. DBS says it expects crude palm oil prices to recover next year on lower prospective soybean planted area, slower palm oil output growth, and a ramp-up of biodiesel offtake. However, it cuts its target price on First Resources to S$2.04 from S$2.11. Shares are up 1.4% at S$1.82, compared with a 0.8% gain by the Straits Times Index.

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    14 Aug 2015 16:05 CST DJ Singapore-Based GrabTaxi Close to Completing $400M Funding -- Market Talk 0805 GMT [Dow Jones] Singapore-based ride-hailing startup GrabTaxi is close to completing its latest fundraising round. GrabTaxi is raising nearly $400 million from investors and will see China's sovereign wealth fund, China Investment Corp, join its shareholder roster, according to a person familiar with the situation. The new fundraising round, which is expected to have its "second close"" in the coming days, values GrabTaxi at between $1.6 billion and $1.8 billion including the fresh funds, that person said. GrabTaxi operates across Southeast Asia, competing with global industry leader Uber Technologies.

 

 

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