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Investor confidence plummets, shows signs of further decline: State Street

SINGAPORE (Jan 30): Investor confidence for January has plummeted, according to the Investor Confidence Index (ICI) released on Wednesday by State Street Global Markets (SSGM).

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Strategist who nailed 2019 US stock surge warns on positioning

(Jan 12): US stock positioning is near extreme levels as investors price in improving worldwide economic growth, according to Deutsche Bank AG.

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Top 10 questions amid the geopolitical uncertainty in 2020: Natixis

SINGAPORE (Jan 8): “Uncertainty” looks to be the key word in 2020.

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The bull market almost no one saw coming

(Dec 27): Hedge your holdings. Stay defensive. Figure out a risk tolerance and do not buy anything that keeps you up at night.

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Outlook for Asian equities in 2020

(Dec 20): This decade will end pretty much the way it started: Global central banks embarking on loose monetary policy and quantitative easing to counter slowing GDP growth.

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Stocks in Asia advance on trade deal optimism

(Dec 5): Stocks in Asia opened higher Thursday after a report the US and China are getting closer to a deal that would avoid tariffs due to kick in later this month.

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UBS Asset Management bullish on emerging market equities, debt

SINGAPORE (Dec 2): The United States’ economic outperformance will wane, the dollar will probably weaken and growth next year can be expected from emerging markets, UBS Asset Management said on Mon

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Analysts not surprised by Fed's rate cut

SINGAPORE (Nov 4): On Oct 30, the US Federal Reserve announced its third interest rate cut this year, a move that was not unexpected.

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Briefs

SINGAPORE (Oct 28): “Closing the gaps requires both jobseekers and employers to be more open and flexible.”Singapore’s Manpower Minister Josephine Teo, on t

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Market observers aren't panicking just yet despite increasing risks to global economy, says DBS

SINGAPORE (Oct 21): Despite a deteriorating global economic outlook, market observers are not panicking yet owing to the possibility that growth could still find support from several drivers.

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