The current stock market correction is closely associated with heightened inflation expectations, which also drove a surge in the US 10-year Treasury yield from 2.4 per cent to 2.9 per cent year-to-...

THE higher buyer's stamp duty announced in Budget 2018 could trigger a knee-jerk reaction in developer stocks, according to analysts...

WALL Street's solid rebound on Monday following a two-week roller-coaster ride preserved investors' outlook that the global economy remains on a steady growth path, analysts said...

A DECADE ago, the centre of gravity on Wall Street was raucous trading desks and stock exchange floors. These days, the locus has shifted to far quieter places, where computers are in charge.

[NEW YORK] Machine-guided, numbers-obsessed fund managers could cause US stock prices to weaken further as they adjust to the return of wild gyrations in global markets.

TUMULTUOUS markets might just offer the chance for a buying spree, stock watchers believe.

THE rude return of market volatility is no reason to trade dollars for cowrie shells in a bet on the market's collapse, according to stock watchers...

IF measured by news headlines, you might assume these are dire times in the financial markets.

DESPITE the recent bloodbath in the Asian bourses, it is not yet the end of the world, market watchers have said.

THE bull market may be old but it is far from stale.