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SINGAPORE: Francis Tay feels cheated. The former Singapore civil servant says he’s lost almost S$50,000 (U$36,600) in the implosion of Noble Group Ltd, the commodity trading giant. He also says shareholders like him have been let down by regulators whose job it is to protect them from the sort of crisis that’s brought the company to the brink.
MELAKA: The world’s first sky-theme park in Harbour City, Pulau Melaka here is slated to be opened to the public in the first half of 2020.
SINGAPORE: India and Singapore regulators intervened to urge two of their squabbling exchanges to come to an “amicable resolution,” spurring some optimism about an end to a dispute which has left investors without an easy way to hedge risks in one of Asia’s largest markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanga Research is positive on Serba Dinamik's 13 newly secured contracts worth RM465.1mil, which it says demonstrates its ability to continuously secure new jobs while expanding its geographical footprint.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Exchange Ltd and National Stock Exchange of India Ltd will remain partners for a little longer than both anticipated.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s decision to review the proposed stock market trading link between Bursa Malaysia and the Singapore Exchange (SGX) has left analysts in limbo as little detail has been provided thus far.
SINGAPORE: Although Malaysian businessman John Soh Chee Wen and his alleged conspirators in the 2013 Singapore penny stock crash will face trial, their committal hearing has revealed problematic factors that might have contributed to the fiasco.
MUMBAI: The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has postponed the launch of a set of India derivatives products after an Indian court on Tuesday referred a dispute around the proposed offerings to an arbitrato
MUMBAI: Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) and National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE) have abandoned talks on a cross-border trading link, according to people familiar with the matter, amid a bitter court battle that’s soured an 18-year partnership.
SINGAPORE: Singapore's central bank said on Monday it will require investors to report short positions and short sell orders in securities listed on the Singapore Exchange from Oct. 1 to improve transparency on such activities.