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The shape of global recovery

Covid-19 vaccination programs are gaining momentum as production capacity ramps up, and as disorganised and tentative distribution and administration procedures are replaced by more robust systems.

Inflation: Imminent threat or paper tiger? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Inflation: Imminent threat or paper tiger?

Short of perhaps banks running out of money, nothing strikes fear in the heart of the financial world quite like runaway inflation.

Briefs: Fed keeps zero-rate outlook, sees inflation bump short-lived  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Briefs: Fed keeps zero-rate outlook, sees inflation bump short-lived

Quoteworthy: "The titles of Elon Musk and Zach Kirkhorn have changed to Technoking of Tesla and Master of Coin, respectively." –— Tesla Inc, in its March 15 filing

Fed keeps zero-rate outlook, sees inflation bump short-lived - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Fed keeps zero-rate outlook, sees inflation bump short-lived

Federal Reserve officials continued to project near-zero interest rates at least through 2023 despite upgrading their US economic outlook and the mounting inflation worries in financial markets.

Briefs: Grab mulls US IPO, Singapore's GDP forecast for 2021, Biden's US$1.9 trillion Covid-19 bill - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Briefs: Grab mulls US IPO, Singapore's GDP forecast for 2021, Biden's US$1.9 trillion Covid-19 bill

Quoteworthy: "Client demand is rising. We are regulated on what we can do. We continue to evaluate it ...

China's journey to join the CPTPP will be closely watched - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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China's journey to join the CPTPP will be closely watched

There was perhaps no better occasion to drop a bombshell of international proportions.

Briefs: MAS charges four for false trading; SGX invests in HeveaConnect; China vaccine diplomacy concerns - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Briefs: MAS charges four for false trading; SGX invests in HeveaConnect; China vaccine diplomacy concerns

Quoteworthy: "I’ve not been exactly sitting on my hands in the past three years," –— vocal pro-Beijing former Hong Kong chief executive C Y Leung, when asked about the possibility

Is economic optimism really all that bad for markets? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Is economic optimism really all that bad for markets?

High hopes for a stronger-than-expected upturn in the global economy have rattled financial markets.

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New York seen as world's top finance centre, surpassing London due to Brexit

Brexit is hindering London’s efforts to compete with New York as the world’s top financial centre.

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