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WALL STREET INSIGHT

FRIDAY's jobs report dragged down stocks for another weekly loss and hinted that the US economic expansion and bull market may be close to an end...

THE top three countries that Singapore employees were relocated to last year were the United States, Hong Kong and the UK, according to relocation services provider Cartus.

THIS Chinese new year is the Year of the Fire Monkey and if fortune-tellers and soothsayers are to be believed, Malaysia needs to brace itself for tumultuous times.

MONEY is having too much influence on politics in many of the world's economically-advanced nations, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has charged in a report...

NEGOTIATIONS seen as critical to the future of Japan's Sharp Corporation and of the country's ailing electronics industry paused with the outcome still uncertain last Friday. But the entry...

CHINA will fine-tune monetary policy and keep the yuan basically stable while guarding against systemic financial risks, the country's central bank said on Saturday in its fourth-quarter...

CHINA'S foreign-exchange reserves shrank to the smallest since 2012, indicating that the central bank sold US dollars as the yuan's drop to a five-year low exacerbated depreciation...

A NEW breed of small investor is riding China's roller coaster stock markets, looking for a quick buck and thriving on the volatility that has sent others scurrying to the exit clutching their...

NORTH Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday carrying what it has called a satellite, but its neighbours and Washington denounced the launch as a missile test, conducted in defiance of UN...

AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he's yet to be convinced of the benefits of increasing the goods and services tax (GST) unless it boosts economic growth and employment...