HK PROTESTS

THE mass protests in Hong Kong this week are likely to have limited short-term impact on the city's economic outlook, and a potentially more serious one on its long-term prospects.

COMMODITY prices have been on the sizzle lately but pundits expect the rally to run out of steam - except for bullion, which spectacularly scaled a 14-month high on Friday.

OIL prices steadied on Friday but remained on track for a weekly loss on fears that trade disputes will dent global oil demand, though attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman this week gave...

STEALTH marketing is going on at 71 Robinson Road, which was last transacted in April 2008 at a then-record price of S$3,125 per square foot.

SINGAPORE'S Government Technology Agency (GovTech) and the UK's Government Digital Service (GDS) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to strengthen their collaboration in the design and...

EUROPEAN Union (EU) finance ministers agreed on the broad outlines of a eurozone budget on Friday, a key reform pushed by Paris that was scaled back amid deep resistance from the Netherlands.

CHINA'S industrial output grew at its slowest pace in 17 years in May as stimulus measures failed to gain traction and as the trade war with the US is about to enter into a second year.

SOME Hong Kong tycoons have started moving personal wealth offshore as concern deepens over a local government plan to allow extraditions of suspects to face trial in China for the first time,...

SINGAPORE casino operator Marina Bay Sands (MBS) has returned to the loan market for a financing of up to S$8 billion, in the biggest test so far of lenders' appetite for the gaming sector in the...

BORIS Johnson, the frontrunner to replace Theresa May as Britain's next prime minister, must face more scrutiny over his Brexit plans, his closest rival said on Friday.