[LONDON] European stock markets jumped at the start of trading on Monday as countries eased lockdown measures and after the Bank of Japan unveiled further support for its virus-hit economy.

WALL STREET INSIGHT

US stocks fell slightly last week giving back some of the largest two-week gains since the 1930s, after an oil crash threatened to complicate efforts to get the global economy back on an even keel...

FIGURING out what a stock will do next is never a straightforward affair. But taking a view on the biggest exchange-traded fund (ETF) tracking oil right now requires levels of understanding that...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

THE 21 per cent decline in the Straits Times Index (STI) this year belies strong buying activity among retail investors. The STI currently has a price-to-earnings ratio of about 10 times, and a...

[LONDON] Europe's main stock markets rebounded slightly at the open on Wednesday, as oil prices continued to slide.

WALLL STREET INSIGHT

GLOBAL stocks have re-entered a bull market on hopes that the world economy is starting to emerge from its chrysalis, but the bull could wobble this week if reopening plans in Germany, Texas and...

CHART VIEW

CAN you contain Covid with cash? Or is it contained with better health measures? The United States and many Western countries seem to believe they have little to learn from China or Singapore so...

[LONDON] European stock markets rose in early deals Tuesday, extending gains won in the previous session, as traders weighed up global stimulus efforts to tackle the economic fallout from the...

[LONDON] European stocks slid further in early trading on Monday as coronavirus-fuelled volatility gripped global equities and other financial markets, with oil prices plunging.

OPINION

IT'S hard to believe, but in just more than a month, US stocks, as measured by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a widely followed albeit partial and imperfect proxy, have gone from a record high...