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FINANCIAL institutions are free to test out certain digital innovations without the approval of the regulator, but are responsible for some inevitable risks behind such services.

ABBOTT'S VISIT

SINGAPORE and Australia are rolling out the red carpet for businesses to invest in each other's economies more easily, thanks to a historic deal inked by their leaders on Monday...

AUSTRALIA, one of the largest shareholders of the new China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), hopes that the United States will eventually re-consider and become a member of the US$100...

GREEK CRISIS

EUROPEAN markets, with the exception of closed Greece, plunged between 4 and 5 per cent before rallying slightly, leaving losses at a manageable 2 per cent to 4 per cent, so far. The euro tumbled...

COMMENTARY

SO Greece might very well default on its payments, reject its creditors' demands, declare itself bankrupt and exit the eurozone. So what? All these events have been very real possibilities for...

Greece stands at a crucial junction in history, but both tines of the fork spell trouble for the Mediterranean country.

THE Malaysian ringgit slipped to 3.783 to the US dollar, its lowest in a decade, ahead of a possible sovereign downgrade by Fitch Ratings.

SINGAPORE was among 50 countries to sign the Articles of Agreement (AoA) of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) at a ceremony in Beijing on Monday, marking another step towards operations...