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ASIAN investors' behaviour differs markedly from those in Europe or the US, so private bank Julius Baer takes pains to ensure that the majority of its staff and management are Asian, says group...

IF you happen to trade bonds for a living, it is entirely understandable if you are feeling a little anxious these days. Prices for US Treasuries, German bunds and most other securities on the multi-...

ON THE RADAR

GLOBAL mutual funds bought more Singapore stocks than they sold in the three months to May 20. Based on the top five stocks transacted, there were S$2.13 billion of net buys, compared to net sells of...

THE global bond rout is sparing Asia's more developed economies as central banks fight deflation risks and pension savings swell among rapidly ageing populations...

ON THE RADAR

GLOBAL mutual funds bought more Singapore shares than they sold in the three months to May 13. Based on transactions in the top five stocks, there were S$1.47 billion worth of net buys, compared to...

MONEY MATTERS

A significant secular change impacting investment decisions in the bond markets is the tightening regulatory environment that is creating a climate of reduced liquidity. This represents a tectonic...

THE last few weeks have seen the investment scene hit another rough patch: US shares have had a fall of less than 2 per cent, but for Japanese shares it was 4 per cent, Australian shares 6 per cent,...

WITH Uber now reportedly valued at US$50 billion, there are justifiable worries that some private startup technology companies worth US$1 billion or more - known as unicorns - are in bubble territory.

GLOBAL mutual funds bought more Singapore shares than they sold in the three months to May 6. Based on the top five stocks transacted, net purchases came to US$1.41 billion, compared to net sells of...

WARREN BUFFETT and Bill Gross signalled the end is at hand for Treasury market bulls as 30-year bond yields rose to a four-month high.