EDITORIAL

LARRY Fink, chief executive of BlackRock, the world's largest fund manager with US$7 trillion under management, this week spelled out in letters to shareholders and clients the firm's decisive...

THE BOTTOM LINE

THERE are plenty of expensive assets in the world today. The past decade of loose monetary policy and central bank money dumps have created the infamous "bubble in everything". This is one reason...

INDONESIA'S investment relationship with Singapore goes some way back: the very name Singapura, Sanskrit for Lion City, was reportedly given to the then-island of Temasek by Sang Nila Utama, a...

TODAY, we launched our public consultation on a series of proposals aimed at enhancing our oversight of the quality of work of auditors and property valuers in respect of their dealings with...

TECHNOLOGY companies have governments over a barrel. Whether they are maximising traffic flow efficiency, matching pupils with their school preferences, trying to anticipate drought based on...

OPINION

WITH the start of a new decade, diverse groups of companies have submitted their applications for the digital bank licences in the hopes of securing their places in the pantheon of Singapore's...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

ON Jan 9, Magnus Energy, a company whose shares have been suspended from trading since Aug 23, 2019, got an opportunity for a reboot after minority shareholders voted in a new board.

EDITORIAL

ALONGSIDE inescapable festive songs and soaring bak kwa prices, long queues of customers waiting for fresh new notes at banks - for the purposes of stuffing the traditional red packets or hongbao...

PUBLIC stock exchanges have been around for centuries, with initial public offerings (IPOs) long marking the holy grail for companies and their investors. Not only are IPOs traditionally revered...