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ON THE RADAR

GLOBAL mutual funds bought more Singapore stocks than they sold in the three months to July 22 - but just barely.

IF American investors thought it was difficult to make money from the boom in China's stock market, they're probably finding it even tougher to try to profit from a bust...

INVESTORS in junk bond earned twice as much in Singapore as they did in Indonesia this year as private banks sought haven in more developed markets.

NEVER have so many international companies borrowed so much for so long in Europe and the continent's bond market may never be the same...

THERE has been no shortage of market-moving business and economic news this year. But for the overall US stock market, none of it has really seemed to matter.

ASIAN leaders could be excused a degree of exasperation over the ongoing Greek mess. China's slowdown and stock-market chaos are worry enough; the last thing the export-dependent region needs is...

ON THE RADAR

GLOBAL mutual funds continued to sell more Singapore stocks than they bought in the three months to July 15.

FUNDS of hedge funds, which pool together alternative strategies and managers in a single fund vehicle, appear to have mostly dropped off the radar of high net worth individuals and family offices.

MONEY MATTERS

IT SEEMS that western commentators can always find something to worry about regarding China. Last year, it was shadow banking and the property market. Lately, it's been the sharp rise and...

YOSHIAKI Murakami, Japan's most famous activist shareholder before he was convicted of insider trading in 2007, is once again pressing the nation's companies - and this time it's a...