Singapore

  1. Singapore Home Sales Slid in June

    Home prices in Singapore declined for the 11th consecutive quarter, marking the longest ...
  2. Moody’s Cuts Singapore Banking Outlook to Negative

    Moody’s Investors Services cut the outlook for Singapore’s Banking industry to negative ...
  3. MAS Includes the Yuan in Official Foreign Reserves

    Renminbi financial investments will be included in Singapore’s Official Foreign Reserves ...
  4. Singapore GDP Accelerates in Q1 on Manufacturing

    Singapore’s GDP expanded 1.8% year-over-year in Q1 2016. On a quarterly basis, it ...
  5. Singapore Home Sales Decline on Mortgage Woes

    The demand in Asia’s second-most expensive housing market went down despite a significant ...
  6. Singapore CPI Declines for 17th Consecutive Month

    Singapore's consumer price index is predicted to fall by an average of 0.2% by DBS ...
  1. EWS: iShares MSCI Singapore ETF

    Learn more about BlackRock Advisor's iShares Singapore MSCI exchange-traded fund, ...
  2. Top 2 ETFs For Investing in Singapore (EWS, EWSS)

    Discover information about the two primary exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, that offer ...
  3. Invest In Asian Nations With These 4 ETFs

    Traders are turning to emerging markets within Asia. We'll take a look at four ETFs ...
  4. Is Smaller Better When Investing Overseas?

    When it comes to global stocks think small (and not in a market-cap sense). Smaller ...
  5. Make A Play For Asia’s Frontier

    With economic growth slowing in China and India it may be time to look towards Asia’s ...
  1. Why is Singapore considered a tax haven?

    Discover why Singapore is considered a tax haven, and learn about corporate tax rates and incentives that make this city-state ...
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