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How the consumer banking sector can rise beyond Covid-19

SINGAPORE (July 3): Some countries in Asia are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel with no new Covid-19 cases.

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Advantage China as uneven recovery, fading stimulus pressures US

SINGAPORE (July 3): Covid-19 has upended human behaviour as we know it. Because of lockdowns and circuit breakers, economic growth has taken a hit.

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Insuring M&A transactions amid the pandemic

SINGAPORE (June 19): As the Covid-19 pandemic evolves there is a heightened push to renegotiate deal terms. 

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Residential property prices supported by QE, low interest rates, shrinking supply, says RHB

SINGAPORE (June 12): The Singapore residential property market is probably a lot more resilient during Covid-19 than it was either during the Asian Financial Crisis (AFC), SARS or the Global Financ

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China moves slowly and cautiously towards 2H2020 recovery, focusing on new infrastructure

SINGAPORE (May 29): As Europe and the rest of the world reopens for business after their lock-downs, governments and economists are studying the Chinese model.

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Petronas moots oil and gas trust for OSV sector

(May 15): As crude oil prices remain under pressure, Malaysia’s national oil company Petroliam Nasional (Petronas) is pushing for a consolidation in the offshore support vessel (OSV) segment.

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Gold unlikely to shine in this crisis

SINGAPORE (Apr 24): The team at CGS-CIMB Research believes gold is expected to rally a bit further from here, in line with the rebound in global equities.

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The policy response and its implications

(Apr 9): In our 1Q2020 Macro Quarterly: The Next Decade in Asset Allocation, we discussed how the policy response to the next recession would create a new era for markets.

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Encouraging signs are on the horizon

(Apr 9): The brunt of the damage done by the Covid-19 pandemic has shifted from Asia to Europe and the US in recent weeks. 

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Opportunities in crisis: Finding 'diamonds' of China companies in the volatile rough

(Mar 27): The Chinese term for crisis 危机 (pronounced weiji) is composed of two characters, the first character means danger and the second character means opportunity which lends implications of a

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