ECB’s Paul Hiebert on the intersection of financial stability and climate risk.
Taiwan is well positioned to benefit from the post-pandemic tech opportunities. But tech protectionism and nationalism also imply challenges.
What's next in the Covid-19 saga?
Despite uncertainties arising from the lockdown in the US, the operational metrics of US Office S-REITs have remained healthy. And we see more positive ahead for the sector.
The new relief measures announced by the Bank of Thailand to help retail debtors have, in our view, heightened the regulatory risks for the country’s banking sector.
We have raised our 2020 oil price forecast as we see demand trends improving with the gradual re-opening of economies worldwide in May.
The government’s third stimulus package will be positive for markets and highly needed for the economy, which is now suffering badly from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The government’s latest Solidarity Budget aims to provide further support to businesses and households. We assess which sectors and companies will benefit most.
Given Malaysia’s mounting economic woes, we reiterate our defensive strategy and advise investors to keep to fundamentally strong companies with the means to tide over this challenging time.
Global economic dataflow is improving. As lockdowns ease, consumer confidence is rising, temporary layoffs are ending, and personal consumption is picking up, causing manufacturing to climb.
Despite a sizable budget deficit for FY21, yields are likely to be capped.
Covid-19 is not going away, but large fiscal and monetary support measures have already been in place for several months. Now what?
A closer look at how US equities affect commodity currencies.China A-share market extends robust rally
Another 2% fall in Dow will pull AUD and NZD below 0.69 and 0.65 respectively
CNY and AUD a tad rich around 7.00 and 0.70 respectively.
Indonesia berusaha menarik perhatian investor asing yang ingin merelokasi usahanya dari Cina.\nBursa saham Amerika menutup kuartal ke dua tahun 2020 dengan mencatatkan penguatan tertinggi sejak tahun...
Global: News: US stocks extend rally as optimism continues\nOne-liner: Gold and Treasuries slump as investors turn away from havens\n\nAsia: News: Slump in China’s government bonds set to deepe...
China's security bill has not slowed down the world's most expensive real estate market
New regulation announced by Indonesian authorities seeks to improve efficiency of the country’s universal insurance programme.
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DBS's CIO shares why he still believes in the Barbell Strategy and taking a long-term view. Read a snippet of his Straits Times op-ed here
DBS Chief Investment Officer Hou Wey Fook addresses questions on the US bull run, whether US equities are an "overcrowded" trade, and the sold-down China market in 4Q18
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Our analysts took a deep dive exploring the F&B business environment in Singapore, and examined how businesses can thrive in this lucrative, yet ever changing landscape.
Our analysts took a deep dive exploring China’s property management sector as interest in property investment continues to grow along with the country’s burgeoning economy.
Vietnam has found itself in a sweet spot as the prime beneficiary of the US-China Trade War, so much so that its economy is set to be bigger than that of Singapore’s within a decade.