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CLAIMING that it has been acting as a whistleblower and not as a short-seller, little-known Iceberg Research on Thursday launched a further attack on Noble Group, saying the commodity trader should...

THE global surge in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity is likely to continue this year, thanks to supportive equity and debt markets, says Ralph Schlosstein, president and chief executive...

MOVEMENTS in the Straits Times Index (STI) each day appear to be driven more by expectations of how Wall Street might perform later that same day than how it did the evening before.

SINARMAS Land Ltd shares jumped the most in seven months after people familiar with the matter said that the Indonesian developer backed by billionaire Eka Tjipta Widjaja had revived talks on a US$...

FITCH Ratings has assigned Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation's A$300 million floating rate notes due in 2019 a final rating of "AA-"...

1Malaysia Development Bhd, set up by the government five years ago to build infrastructure, is preparing to submit an initial public offering application for its Edra Energy Bhd unit by May, people...

EUROPEAN companies are likely to join a boom in share buybacks as central bank cash floods the economy, risking criticism that they are recycling capital rather than investing to promote growth.

DOOR-MAKER KLW Holdings said it plans to acquire a five-storey property in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for A$12.5 million (S$13.3 million) to be funded through internal resources and debt.

SHARES of Singapore-listed Indonesian property developer Sinarmas Land Ltd shot up by more than 7 per cent or five-and-a-half cents to S$0.84 at 3.02pm, a new record since June 2013.

PALM oil companies are good long-term investments, and established well-managed palm oil players will be able to offer strong cashflows and good dividend yields to long-term investors, said CIMB...