10 Mar '17, 5am

Singapore Real-Estate Stocks Soar to 2015 High as Curbs Eased

Singapore developer stocks soared as authorities eased some property-market curbs, with analysts saying the changes will buoy shares that have been weighed down by a three-year losing streak for house prices. Authorities will adjust a framework that limits the amount that home buyers can borrow from March 11, and shorten the time that owners must hold a property to be exempt from a stamp duty on sale, according to a Friday statement. City Developments Ltd., CapitaLand Ltd. and UOL Group Ltd. led gains on the Straits Times Index, surging at least 3.6 percent, while an index of 44 Singapore real-estate companies rallied to the highest since July 2015. The most important market news of the day. Get our markets daily newsletter. Sign Up “The stealth move should lead to a scramble to re-rate property developers back to book value on optimism property prices have bottomed and wi...

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