Chinese New Year

Singapore economy

Singapore restaurant owners could face gloomy Lunar New Year due to Covid-19 restrictions

Singapore restaurant owners face a gloomy Lunar New Year, with Covid-related interruptions signalling that even countries with a good handle on cases will suffer until the pandemic is under control

Bull charge in the Year of the Ox? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Stocks To Watch

Bull charge in the Year of the Ox?

Analysts say markets are expected to enjoy further upside this year, given the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic is over

Undervalued telco under new leadership with new direction - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Stocks To Watch

Singtel: Undervalued telco under new leadership with new direction

On his first day of taking the helm on Jan 1, Singapore Telecommunications’ (Singtel) new group CEO Yuen Kuan Moon said, “The start of a new year is a time to reflect and move forw

Fengshui master sees metal bull smashing through Covid-19 doldrums  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

Fengshui master sees metal bull smashing through Covid-19 doldrums

As the Covid-19 mushroom cloud slowly dissipates, industrious metal rats have slowly but surely crept out of their nests to forage for money.

Boost your health and love this Lunar New Year - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Feature

Boost your health and love this Lunar New Year

Fengshui expert Wilfred Leu tells us how to improve our health and relationships in the Year of the Metal Ox — and how to obtain more luck from the luckiest zodiac this year

Ox-picious eats - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Dine in

Ox-picious eats

We picked out some udderly tasty treats for you this Lunar New Year!

Intimate feasts - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Food & Beverage

Intimate feasts

The eight-person cap on visitors this year may make for a relatively quiet Lunar New Year, but Min Jiang’s delicacies are sure to delight your guests

DBS to offer free delivery of QR gift cards this CNY - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Sustainability

DBS to offer free delivery of QR gift cards this CNY

DBS Bank is offering free delivery of its QR gift cards for customers this Chinese New Year.

Raffles Medical Group ‘a laggard on the recovery theme’: UOB Kay Hian - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Raffles Medical Group ‘a laggard on the recovery theme’: UOB Kay Hian

UOB Kay Hian analysts Lucas Teng and John Leong have maintained their “buy” call on Raffles Medical Group with an unchanged target price of $1.07. 

Li Chun 2020

Investing 101

Li Chun 2020: Why you may not have to join the long queues this year

SINGAPORE (Feb 3): On any other day, there is no science to depositing your money in the bank.

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