SINGAPORE shares opened lower on Tuesday morning, with the Straits Times Index down 32.99 points, or 1.08 per cent, to 3,032.08, after Wall Street stocks sank on Monday.

COMPANIES that produce or sell food face a big hurdle when it comes to achieving sustainability goals in energy, waste, water, deforestation and a host of social issues. Retailers and consumer...

IT'S been a pretty busy time for fixed income bankers. The pressure to deploy funds before the year ends is piling up, said Clifford Lee, DBS Bank head of fixed income....

[HONG KONG] A signaling system fault caused delays to Hong Kong's metro trains Tuesday morning, inconveniencing thousands of office goers rushing to work in peak hour in Asia's financial...