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WHILE central banks continued to purchase equities last year, sovereign wealth funds and public pension funds moved more aggressively into real estate and infrastructure projects in pursuit of higher...

GERMANY and other eurozone leaders are reluctant to give the Greek government concessions in the next debt repayment negotiations as they fear a rising Portuguese left wing party.

FEDERAL Reserve officials signalled they are unlikely to raise interest rates in June while leaving open the option of tightening later in the year.

MORE than 400 Singapore small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will soon have improved access to technological innovations and digital and mobile marketing tools, with the launch of five new...

COUNTRIES in Asean should not let national interests get in the way of the regional grouping realising its full potential, Michael Pulch, European Union ambassador to Singapore, said on Thursday.

SINGAPORE Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong on Thursday called on Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to "go further" than past Japanese leaders in seeking reconciliation with Asian...

A GUILTY plea in the United States used to strike terror into bankers' hearts. Now that four of the six banks fined US$5.6 billion by US and UK regulators on May 20 for foreign exchange (FX)...

NEW YORK-listed data solutions firm Digital Realty Trust (DRT) will launch its second data centre in Singapore later this year, in which it expects to invest over US$200 million, and says it...

MEDIA businesses hoping to stay ahead of the competition must harness the new opportunities arising from digital trends to grow their consumer base, the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA...