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A RESOUNDING Greek vote against creditor austerity demands has pushed European Union (EU) leaders on the back foot.

RINGGIT SLIDE

MALAYSIAN Prime Minister Najib Razak has been officiating functions as per normal, even as he grapples with the toughest political crisis of his life.

THE Malaysian ringgit hit a fresh low of RM 2.81 against the Singapore dollar on Monday, which could further lift tourist volumes into Singapore's neighbour...

MARKET JITTERS?

JAPAN and Hong Kong-listed China stocks are favoured in the second half of the year, though some analysts have turned cautious on stocks as an asset class in the short term, citing the impending US...

THE Singapore economy's direct exposure to Greece is "negligible", the central bank said on Monday, reiterating that it keeps a close watch on developments in the eurozone and global...

CHINESE stocks rose on Monday, as an unprecedented series of support measures unleashed by Beijing brought some relief to a market whose headlong slide over the past three weeks had raised fears...

SAUDI petrochemical giant Sabic and South Korea's SK Global Chemical have formed their Singapore-based joint venture to operate a chain of manufacturing plants worldwide, slightly over a year...

A report by PwC has predicted an acceleration in the creation of new business models in the global insurance industry, as innovations enter the mainstream and new market entrants unleash disruptive...

THE government's Municipal Services Office (MSO) wants to partner six more town councils in order to expand its scope in improving the level of service to residents on municipal matters...

SINGAPORE and Myanmar's central banks will cooperate in banking supervision and capacity building, said the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) on Monday, after the two countries signed a...