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Religare Healthcare Trust eyes up to $400 million Singapore IPO: Source


Religare Health Trust, which will own assets managed by Indian hospital group Fortis, plans to begin premarketing in Singapore in early September an initial public offering that could raise up to S$50

Singapore rapist used Facebook app to find victims

A Singaporean serial rapist who met his victims using a Facebook dating app is facing one of the stiffest jail terms ever sought by prosecutors in the city-state, a newspaper reported on Tuesday.


Singapore boys face seven years' jail for bus theft

Three Singaporean teenagers are facing the prospect of up to seven years behind bars for allegedly stealing school buses to go on joyrides, the Straits Times reported on Wednesday.

A police statement

Gold edges lower on Fed stimulus uncertainty


Gold edged lower on Wednesday, extending losses from the previous session when the U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke disappointed gold bugs by offering no signs of imminent monetary stimulus

Greenback up versus euro on China GDP, US bank hopes


The US dollar advanced against the euro in Asian trade on Monday as markets reacted calmly to China's growth slowdown and took heart from the earnings prospects of US banks, analysts said.

The euro f

RComm sets price range for $1 bn Singapore cable IPO


Reliance Communications Ltd has set an indicative price range for the Singapore initial public offering of its undersea cable unit that could raise as much as $1 billion and help the parent reduce its debt load, IFR Asia reported on Monday.

Gold near 2-weak peak on hopes of monetary easing


Gold hovered near a two-week high on Wednesday, helped by hopes central banks will ease monetary policy in a bid to nurture a fragile recovery in the global economy.

The European Central Bank is expe

Brent steady at $100 on stimulus hopes, supply threats


Brent crude remained steady at $100 per barrel on Wednesday as weak global economic data fuelled expectations of a stimulus response by central banks, and as supply disruption worries on rising tensio

Gold ticks up in thin trade; deflation worry lingers


Gold regained strength on Wednesday, although concerns European leaders would fail to come up with concrete measures to solve the region's debt crisis could prompt a flight to the safety of the U.S. d

Boonsak wins Singapore Open for second time

Thai ace Boonsak Ponsana claimed his second Singapore Open men’s singles title on Sunday after beating China’s Wang Zhengming in a hard-fought final.

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