Global Economy

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Quoteworthy: "Donald learned long ago how to pick his targets." — Mary Trump, niece of the US president, in her upcoming tell-all family memoir, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My

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How much upside for the global economy?

SINGAPORE (July 9): In recent days, renewed concerns have been expressed about the recovery in the global economy as the number of new Covid-19 infections in the United States, India and Brazil sur

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The global fiscal outlook: This time is not different

(July 9): The speed and magnitude of the globally synchronised deterioration in public finances is among the many unprecedented developments over the past six months.

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Quoteworthy:“Everybody is scared, including the biggest financial institutions.” - Wang Jiangyu, a law professor at the City University of Hong Kong, after China introduc

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2Q20 GDP data likely to emerge on upside despite uncertainties: Oxford Economics

SINGAPORE (July 2): Gross domestic product (GDP) numbers may be likely to emerge on the upside for 2Q20 relative to consensus forecasts, says Oxford Economics senior economist Tamara Vasiljev.

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Malaysia to create 'green lanes' for less restricted travel with Singapore and Brunei

(June 26): Malaysia is in talks with Singapore and Brunei to create “green lanes” for less restricted travel, as governments around the world seek to reopen their borders without a resurgence in co

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Global investor confidence increases on strong rebound in June: State Street

SINGAPORE (June 26): The Global Investor Confidence Index (Global ICI) jumped 21 points in June to 94.3 points, from May’s revised reading of 73.3.

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Quoteworthy: “It’s not like we had a fight.

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Canada's rating downgrade may end up benefiting Singapore's debt

(June 25): Canada’s loss may be Singapore’s gain.

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IMF downgrades outlook on world economy, projects deeper recession and slower recovery on growing virus threat

(June 25): The International Monetary Fund downgraded its outlook for the coronavirus-ravaged world economy, projecting a significantly deeper recession and slower recovery than it anticipated just

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