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GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore stocks in the three months to Nov 14. The top five stocks saw net buys of S$1.9 billion in aggregate, compared to net sells of S$769.4 million.

MANY global economies are grappling with a disinflationary or deflationary trend, which has implications for investment assets. Schroders multi-asset fund manager Remi Ajewole says the...

WOULD more racial diversity on Wall Street make financial bubbles less likely to develop?

THE neediest companies in Asia are getting a warmer reception in the loan market than their European counterparts as banks, flush with deposits, support the fastest economic expansion in two years...

THE term "impact investing" was coined by the Rockefeller Foundation around 2008. Its presence on the Internet - as a proxy for public awareness - has grown from zero to over 72 million...

GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore stocks in the three months to Nov 5. The top five stocks saw net buys of about S$1.88 billion on an aggregate basis, compared with net sales of S$719...

WHEN a unit of a Texas power giant filed for bankruptcy this year, investors did not go looking for bargains. Because the company was saddled with US$40 billion in debt from a boom-era buyout in 2007...

I HAVE long thought of the US Federal Reserve's quantitative easing programme (QE) as a bit like a drip keeping a patient in a coma alive until it can be brought out of the coma and survive on...

GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore equities in the three months to Oct 29.

INVESTORS continue to spurn emerging-market (EM) equities, but Richard Titherington, JP Morgan Asset Management (JPAM) head of global emerging markets, says the region's fortunes could begin to...

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