[WASHINGTON] The United States is prepared to ratchet up economic pressure on Ankara if Turkish forces do not agree to cease their offensive in northern Syria, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin...

[FRANKFURT] Two outspoken sceptics of the European Central Bank's stimulus policy on Wednesday demanded a radical rethink of the ECB's strategy under incoming President Christine Lagarde.

[WASHINGTON] Less than stellar US growth in recent weeks has caused many businesses to revise their outlooks and they now expect activity to weaken, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday.

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WITH Singapore gearing up to spend billions of dollars in mitigating the impact of climate change, bankers are looking to statutory boards for the issuance of green bonds to spur the growth of a S...

UK and European Union (EU) negotiators are making frantic last-minute adjustments to forge a Brexit deal before this week's EU leaders' summit.

EVEN though South-east Asia remains underserved, solutions that are "copy and paste" from developed markets would not work well here, ride-hailing giant Grab's co-founder Tan Hooi Ling said.

TOP economic planner Beh Swan Gin has again urged countries to co-operate with one another, even as he thinks that the global tide of nationalism and protectionism is receding.

POPULISM has become an issue in many countries and Singapore has tried hard to guard itself against this, by having a Government which focuses on the basic needs of its people, said Prime Minister...

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is stepping up with its supervisory and surveillance moves to proactively detect unlicensed activities involving digital payment tokens, said a senior...

THE labour movement has set what its chief calls a "bold, ambitious" target of reaching 1.5 million members by 2030, even though it has yet to meet its previous target of one million members.

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