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Stocks likely to rally amid clarity on trade, Brexit
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
US stocks breached records last week after two of the biggest storm clouds hanging over the market parted in an instant. The last couple of weeks of the year could see more record... read more
Directors file 30 acquisitions as STI edges higher
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
FOR the five trading sessions spanning Dec 6 to Dec 12, the Straits Times Index (STI) gained 0.7 per cent with the Nikkei 225 Index, Hang Seng Index and S&P/ASX 200 Index... read more
Asian markets expected to build on recent gains
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
WITH both the US and China confirming that terms of a phase one trade deal have been set, investors can take heart that the relationship between the two economic powerhouses may... read more
EURUSD to end decade with possible downside
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
EURUSD surged last Wednesday following dovish comments by Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell during the release of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) statement. Leaving... read more
AnnAik goes environmental amid tepid steel business
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
STEEL stockist AnnAik's move into the wastewater treatment business, initially derided, is gaining traction amid a tepid steel business today, according to its chief executive.... read more
KepLand to take 49% stake in Mumbai township JV
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
KEPPEL Land, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Lipalton, will be acquiring a 49 per cent stake in a joint venture with Indian developer Rustomjee Group to develop a 51.4ha integrated... read more
Leverage limit announcement for Reits won't come so soon: MAS
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
SINGAPORE real estate investment trusts (S-Reits) and listing aspirants are seeking clarity on any amendment to leverage limits, so as to either better plan their capital structure... read more
Lebanese protesters clash with police for a second night
2019-12-16T05:47:35+08:00
BEIRUT: Lebanese protesters clashed with police on Sunday (Dec 15) for the second consecutive night near parliament on the eve of much-delayed consultations to form a new cabinet needed... read more
Football: Depay's Euro 2020 at risk after tearing cruciate ligament
2019-12-16T05:52:28+08:00
LYON: Memphis Depay's bid to play for the Netherlands in Euro 2020 suffered a huge blow on Sunday (Dec 15) after Lyon revealed that their star attacker had torn the anterior cruciate... read more
Asian markets expected to build on recent gains
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
WITH both the US and China confirming that terms of a phase one trade deal have been set, investors can take heart that the relationship between the two economic powerhouses may... read more
Stocks likely to rally amid clarity on trade, Brexit
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
US stocks breached records last week after two of the biggest storm clouds hanging over the market parted in an instant. The last couple of weeks of the year could see more record... read more
Tokyo courts foreign asset managers to unlock 1,830 trillion yen trove
2019-12-16T05:50:00+08:00
HOUSEHOLDS in Japan have accumulated a whopping 1,830 trillion yen (S$22.6 trillion) in assets as at end-2018, of which 984 trillion yen, or over half, is held as bank deposits... read more