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Next stop: The interchange of public and private good

SINGAPORE (May 20): Two-minute intervals between trains. Fewer breakdowns. Clean, new buses running at a higher frequency. Bright LED screens displaying details of stops on both buses and trains.

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Quah's employee delivered cash payments for 8 accounts, court hears

SINGAPORE (May 17): Evidence in the trial of the alleged masterminds of the 2013 penny stocks crash on Friday showed that an employee of Quah Su-Ling, the second accused, had made cash payments for the implicated accounts held in brokerage firm Phillip Securities (PSPL).

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Here's why SBS Transit's share price has surged more than 50% this year

SINGAPORE (May 17): SBS Transit’s share price is up some 51% this year alone. But despite the surge, the downside may be limited.

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Broker's Calls

Speed bumps ahead for Singtel but analysts still recommend a 'buy'

SINGAPORE (May 17): Phillip Capital is maintaining Singtel at “accumulate” with higher $3.31 target as the telco carries out digitalisation of its business to optimise costs further.

Broker's Calls

ST Engineering poised to ride on strong orderbook, analysts say

SINGAPORE (May 17): Analysts believe ST Engineering (STE) is poised to power ahead with its growth story this year, on the back of a record high orderbook that is likely to drive valuations.

Treasure hunting
British collector and expert Harry Fane talks about what it takes to be the world’s foremost...
Next stop: The interchange of public and private good
SINGAPORE (May 20): Two-minute intervals between trains. Fewer breakdowns. Clean, new buses running...
Failed Innopac deal portends mining magnate Gutnick’s woes in Australia
SINGAPORE (May 20): The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is seeking judicial...
Global Portfolio outperforms MSCI index and has positive absolute returns
SINGAPORE (May 20): The tide appears to have shifted once again for global stock markets. After fanning hopes of an imminent breakthrough on a trade deal for months, US President Donald Trump escalated tensions with a trademark tweet a couple of...
Labour is lowly paid but not underpaid in Malaysia
(May 13): With the one-year anniversary of the Pakatan Harapan-led government now in the rear-view mirror, one thing is certain — much more remains to be done. In particular, the issue of the rising cost of living continues to top surveys as the...
The stock market is a market for stocks
(May 6): We know that the world’s stock markets are correlated and move in lockstep, especially during periods of heightened volatility and uncertainties. For instance, if the US market suffers a massive selloff overnight, you can almost be certain...
Tech companies, network effect, universal apps: Where the future and the past are different, yet similar
SINGAPORE (Apr 29): A significant portion of the value we have seen created in technology has been credited to the network effect (or positive feedback loop) associated with digital platforms. Think Facebook, Apple, Amazon.com, Google (owned by...

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Treasure hunting
British collector and expert Harry Fane talks about what it takes to be the world’s foremost...
Next stop: The interchange of public and private good
SINGAPORE (May 20): Two-minute intervals between trains. Fewer breakdowns. Clean, new buses running...
Failed Innopac deal portends mining magnate Gutnick’s woes in Australia
SINGAPORE (May 20): The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is seeking judicial...
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Global Portfolio outperforms MSCI index and has positive absolute returns
SINGAPORE (May 20): The tide appears to have shifted once again for global stock markets. After fanning hopes of an imminent breakthrough on a trade deal for months, US President Donald Trump escalated tensions with a trademark tweet a couple of...
Labour is lowly paid but not underpaid in Malaysia
(May 13): With the one-year anniversary of the Pakatan Harapan-led government now in the rear-view mirror, one thing is certain — much more remains to be done. In particular, the issue of the rising cost of living continues to top surveys as the...
The stock market is a market for stocks
(May 6): We know that the world’s stock markets are correlated and move in lockstep, especially during periods of heightened volatility and uncertainties. For instance, if the US market suffers a massive selloff overnight, you can almost be certain...
Tech companies, network effect, universal apps: Where the future and the past are different, yet similar
SINGAPORE (Apr 29): A significant portion of the value we have seen created in technology has been credited to the network effect (or positive feedback loop) associated with digital platforms. Think Facebook, Apple, Amazon.com, Google (owned by...
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