SMALL- and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) in the wholesale and retail sectors may have been among the most affected by the US-China trade war and slowing global economy, but they still see bright...
CONFIDENCE in the shipping industry rose in late 2019 to its highest level for 18 months, according to the latest Shipping Confidence Survey from London-based shipping adviser and accountant BDO...
VIETNAM'S economic growth momentum will continue in 2020 on the back of strong macroeconomic forecast, a growing middle class, rapid adoption of cutting edge technologies, and a surging...
BRITISH Prime Minister Boris Johnson's convincing electoral win has set a path forward for British businesses in the short term. At a minimum, there is now some certainty that the UK will leave...
OUTLOOK 2020: COMMENTARY
ALMOST exactly a year ago, as global markets were crumbling, US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell reminded us all how potent a force central banks can be.
LICENCES for Singapore's planned 5G wireless networks are hailed by observers as a game-changing catalyst, amid a consumer mobile market battered by a price war.
THE clarity that comes with 20/20 vision can be a curse as well as a blessing. The year 2019 could be the ultimate case of a Wall Street phenomenon known as "buy the rumour, sell the news".
THE coming year is expected to bring a modest economic recovery for Singapore, with trade tensions between the United States and China posing the main risk, say economists.
MICHAEL Bloomberg's selection as the Democratic candidate for the US presidential elections in 2020 will be the moment that international business breathes a sigh of relief.
SINGAPORE'S private housing market is poised for modest price growth next year, amid a resilient leasing market. However, developers are expected to continue being challenged by the significant...
SINGAPORE'S economy is starting to see "green shoots", with signs that the electronics manufacturing cluster had bottomed out mid-2019, OCBC Bank's chief economist said, but there is still a lack...