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IN the middle of April last year, the Straits Times Index (STI) reached a high of more than 3,500 points.


WITH global yields plunging dramatically after the Brits voted to leave the European Union in end-June, investors have yet another headache on their hands.

ONE of the great things about young people is their optimism, the confidence that everything is going to work out. Sometimes, though, that can get them into trouble, like behind the wheel of a car.

FOLLOWING the surprising Leave outcome in the UK's referendum on European Union (EU) membership on June 23, we regard it as likely that the UK will exit the EU over the next two-plus years,...

NOT all dreams have happy endings. It is generally accepted that as many as 90 per cent of startups fail within three years.

THE UK vote to leave the EU surprised almost everyone, especially market participants. It left unprecedented uncertainty about future economic and political relations between the UK and the EU.

AN e-vite, it's a guaranteed loser: It's summer! Come talk about the financial and long-term caregiving needs and eventual death of your parents!...


BLIMEY, mate. The Brits voted to leave Europe after all. It's a bloody shame, they have a really nice stock index. The footsie one hundred, they call it. Let's check it out...

FINANCIAL technology, or fintech, is changing the world of finance.