AS the sun reaches its crest over Oman's sandy landscape, temperatures soar past the point at which it can melt a road. The searing heat triggers sensors that roughnecks extracting natural gas...

Q3 EARNINGS

CORPORATE earnings are expected to be "a mixed bag" in the third quarter ended September, due to continued volatility in foreign exchange movements and slowing global trade...

BT EXCLUSIVE

BROKERAGE heads do not foresee a significant jump in forced selling or contra losses even if the market takes a turn for the worst, as high rollers are dwindling in number and simply more cautious...

WHEN Joris Dierckx flew to Singapore in August this year to begin his new role at BNP Paribas, it was a bit of a homecoming of sorts for the 49-year-old Belgium national.

MULTINATIONAL corporations were still pumping more money into factories and offices in Singapore in the first six months of the year, even as they slashed global investments at the same time.

ARTIFICIAL intelligence and machine learning are set to shake up traders' jobs by enabling them to generate their own alpha, boosting fund managers' returns in today's asset management...

HOME owners haven't abandoned their en bloc dreams just yet, with Spanish Village being the latest to take another crack at the market at the same price of S$882 million. ...

SINGAPORE'S business community has welcomed Friday's signing of the European Union-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA), with exporters of electronics, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and...

WALL STREET INSIGHT

US stocks finished more or less flat last week but that performance disguised some of the biggest daily swings.

IT has taken me to very dark places," reveals Markus Gnirck, a serial entrepreneur and investor, while reminiscing his nearly decade-long entrepreneurial journey. ...