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LOCAL tourism players say they have so far not had a spike in cancellations for travel and accommodation following the Zika outbreak in Singapore, but are nonetheless monitoring the situation.

SINGAPORE real estate investment trust (Reit) managers believe the stricter rules that kicked in for the sector this year have raised the Republic's Reit hub status. But they are quick to add...

A SURPRISE Jump in loans to financial institutions and for trade lifted bank lending in July by 1.1 per cent from the month before, making it the strongest month-on-month jump since June 2015.

COUPLES may put pregnancy plans on hold in light of the spread of the Zika virus here, but if the situation continues, there could be a deeper impact on fertility and birth rates, interviewees told...

ASIAN bonds have given phenomenal returns, and will continue to do so, regardless of pending interest rate hikes, said Ashley Perrott, UBS Asset Management (Singapore) head of Pan Asia Fixed Income.

MEMBER states in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are likely to see an increase in cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the years following full ratification of the treaty;...

WITH further evidence emerging on Wednesday that Japan's economy is continuing to stagnate, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) looks almost certain to adopt new monetary-easing tactics this month to...

ON Sept 4 and 5, China will host the Group of 20 (G-20) meeting in the southern city of Hangzhou. It will be the first time the world's second largest economy will host this event, which brings...

COMMENTARY

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) has now moved one step closer to allowing companies to list with dual class shares (DCS), with the Listings Advisory Committee (LAC) endorsing it with certain "...

GOVERNMENTS in Asean have been moving to tackle the pressing need of infrastructure financing in this region.