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THE surprise outcome of Keppel Corp's takeover bid for its mainboard-listed property arm has brought forth divided views and some unhappy investors...

RETAIL investors might not realise this yet, but they will have to rethink their asset-allocation strategy soon.

SINGAPORE businessman Sukamto Sia was ordered by the High Court to pay a whopping S$132.32 million in damages to Indonesian mining magnate Low Tuck Kwong in relation to a defamation suit.

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are displaying a more wary sense of optimism, with the expectation that sales and profits will weaken over the next six months.

CHINA'S manufacturing activity surprised on the upside in March but continues to show inherent weaknesses, suggesting more central bank intervention to support the slowing economy could be in...

PRIVATE home prices remained on a slide in the first three months of this year as the stalemate between buyers and sellers ensued, signalling a sluggish start for the year.

AND so it has come to pass. After years of resistance and much hand- wringing, Malaysia on Wednesday rolled out a goods & services tax (GST), the new tax regime seen as necessary for the...

ANOTHER of Standard Chartered's senior global executives is leaving the bank...

IN their biggest tie-up yet, Changi Airport Group (CAG) and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) are investing S$35 million in a two-year partnership to boost visitorship to Singapore and Changi Airport...

OCBC Bank has tightened the terms for its savings account offer that is now ranked top in its interest rate - a year after its launch.

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