- DETERIORATING health is the top retirement concern for Singapore investors, followed by healthcare affordability, according to a latest survey by Manulife. Close to three quarters of respondents indicated their health would likely deteriorate after they retire, while 55 per cent of them said healthcare would become unaffordable.
- OFFICIAL retirement ages across Asia, which range between 55 and 65 years of age, are out-of-date and need to be raised, say the majority of Asian investors, according to Manulife’s new research released on Thursday.
- MANHATTAN Resources on Thursday announced that it has entered into a conditional agreement to acquire Singxin Resources for S$1 billion through an issue of up to 1.37 billion new shares at S$0.73 a piece.Manhattan Resources last traded at S$0.775 on Tuesday. The new shares will be paid to the vendors: Kaiyi Investment, Mining Alliances, Low Tuck Kwong and Asiaworld Capital.
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