[BEIJING] China is well prepared to handle any negative effects from its trade dispute with the United States, the commerce ministry said on Thursday, adding that China's tariff hikes on US...

COMMENTARY

THE tit-for-tat trade spat between the world's two largest economic powerhouses has sent shockwaves through the global economy, roiling financial markets. Staying true to his campaign promise,...

COMMENTARY

THE tit-for-tat trade spat between the world's two largest economic powerhouses has sent shockwaves through the global economy, roiling financial markets. Staying true to his campaign promise,...

STOCKS

WAR mongering after the US and its British and French allies launched targeted military strikes on Syria over the weekend will likely dent trading sentiments in the local bourse over this week. That...

HUTCHISON Port Holdings (HPH) Trust estimates that its cargo volumes would be hit by less than 2 per cent a year, should potential tariffs announced by the US on China exports materialise.

NEWS ANALYSIS

A TRADE war would leave the US Federal Reserve having to choose between battling weaker economic growth and rising prices. Which one it focuses on already looks pretty clear.

EUROPEAN Central Bank policymakers gathering last month expressed concern over the risk of a full-fledged trade war with the United States and fretted over the potentially harmful impact of the euro...

[SHANGHAI] The greater danger from a US-China trade war is not just in higher tariffs or damage to trade, but the souring of Sino-US ties more broadly, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Thursday.

SHARE prices in the Singapore bourse closed higher for the fifth straight day with the key Straits Times Index finishing at 3,479.76 - up 13.4 points or 0.4 per cent.

STOCKS

RISK appetite in the Singapore bourse regained a little heft from the much-watched speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping that helped relieve global trade war fears, helping the key Straits Times...