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SHARES in Noble Group fell on Friday on resumption of trading, as the market absorbed the impact of the group's fourth-quarter loss and the hefty impairment charge taken...

BANK lending dipped more sharply in January compared to a month ago, amid a stubborn decline in trade loans and weak growth in consumer lending.

HONG KONG took fresh measures to cool one of the world's most expensive real estate markets on Friday by reducing the amount of money home-buyers can borrow and capping the amount of debt they...

MINUTES from the 127th meeting of The Society of Embattled High Income-Earners Who Studied Very Hard to Be Where They Are Today and Don't Understand The Fuss...

THE market capitalisation of Singapore stocks edged up for the fourth consecutive month in February, albeit by a negligible 0.15 per cent to S$979.6 billion.

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) will have a new Chief Regulatory Officer in Tan Boon Gin from June 15.

THE government is reducing development charge (DC) rates - payable for enhancing the use of some sites or to build bigger projects on them - by 3.2 per cent on average for non-landed residential use...

TUMBLING oil prices have pushed Malaysia's national oil company Petronas into a fourth-quarter loss of RM7.3 billion (S$2.75 billion), owing to an asset-impairment charge of about RM20 billion...

THE Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) and PwC have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate on an in-depth study into the key issues and challenges relating...

ASIAN fund managers are another step nearer to being able to offer funds across the region.