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AUTO distributors are casting their net wider and targeting not just the usual car-buyers but also private-hire drivers with aggressive loan schemes.

THE Bank of Japan (BOJ) dashed market hopes of bold new actions on Friday by opting for only a marginal increase in monetary easing while announcing its intention to conduct a comprehensive...

A SHARPLY reduced gain in construction loans and broad weakness across segments dragged business lending in June to its deepest fall since the Lehman crisis, preliminary data from the Monetary...

A UBS report on Friday suggested that DBS did not provide for its S$700 million Swiber exposure at all and that specific provisions at the bank look low.

PRIME Minister Lee Hsien Loong will arrive in the United States on Sunday for the start of an official visit at the invitation of US President Barack Obama.

A SINGAPOREAN who actively spread radical ideology online and helped radicalise at least two other citizens has been detained under the Internal Security Act.

FIRMS in the services sector, though still pessimistic about future business conditions, are planning to add more workers this quarter.

PRELIMINARY surveys indicating that the UK economy is slowing down sharply point to a cut in interest rates and possible quantitative easing (QE) next week, predict economists and market participants.

US PRESIDENTIAL candidate Hillary Clinton cast herself as the steady leader at a "moment of reckoning" for America, contrasting her character with what she described as a dangerous and...


TO love the 2016 National Day Parade (NDP) is a tall order - but it would be a shame not to.