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MAKING easy money in the bond market has perhaps never felt this unnerving. Bond investors are questioning themselves as they cast aside their historical models and watch their debt holdings keep on...

GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore stocks in the three months to March 25. Based on the top five traded stocks overall, there were S$2.03 billion worth of net buys, compared to net...

ANALYSTS predict Standard & Poor's 500 Index profits are about to decrease for three straight quarters. Investors better hope they don't. History shows that once earnings drop for that...

MARIO Draghi's trillion-euro stimulus plan is making investors so desperate for yield that they're giving up protections in Europe's market for risky corporate loans...

BREAK your financial life into chapters. Assign a high point, a low point and a turning point to each chapter. What's the story and what stands out? It sounds like a party game. But it was a...

GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore shares in the three months to March 18. Based on the top five stocks in play, there was S$1.2 billion worth of buys compared to sells of S$908.3...

THE retirement accounts of millions of Americans have long contained shares of stalwart companies like General Electric, Ford and Coca-Cola. Today, they are likely to include riskier private stocks...

IN India, it is a leading electric utility - Jaiprakash Power Ventures - that, having increased its debts thirtyfold in six years, is now selling off facilities and negotiating with lenders to avoid...

GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore stocks in the three months to March 11. Based on transactions on the top five stocks, there were net buys of S$1.16 billion, compared with net sells...

THE European Central Bank (ECB) has started its QE. What will happen to yields in the eurozone? It is tempting to look at what happened in the United States. The Federal Reserve started its first QE...