Covid-19 pandemic

The price of life … and the consequences on labour mobility and the wealth-income divide - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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The price of life … and the consequences on labour mobility and the wealth-income divide

There is permanent fallout and the longer-term economic impact will differ across countries, some for better and many for worse.

Global Markets

Omicron fears ignite market selloff just as traders clear books

Omicron fears ignite market selloff just as traders clear books
The next big themes: Supply chain resilience and the end of low-wage as a competitive tool - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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The next big themes: Supply chain resilience and the end of low-wage as a competitive tool

The capacity of rich countries to spend on record fiscal stimulus has long-lasting implications.

Singapore economy

Singapore's manufacturing sector contracts in September after 10-month growth streak

The decline was no thanks to a shrinkage in the output of the biomedical segment.
For most investors, a passive global portfolio makes money sense - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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For most investors, a passive global portfolio makes money sense

Total returns for the Global Portfolio since inception now stands at 63.4%.
Covid-19 drove global funds to developed markets - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Covid-19 drove global funds to developed markets

Clearly, not all stock markets are performing as well as those in the US.
Evolving into a Covid-resilient society - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Evolving into a Covid-resilient society

And yes, there will be times the government may need to reverse certain decisions.
Negative real returns can be logical at times - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Negative real returns can be logical at times

The reality is that the stock market is not the economy.
Alliance of Frontline Business Trade Associations pleas for additional support - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Alliance of Frontline Business Trade Associations pleads for additional support

Frontline businesses are hurt by the latest Phase 2ha measures. Here's what they have to say about it.
Is there a limit to socialising private-sector debt in times of crisis? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Is there a limit to socialising private-sector debt in times of crisis?

The consequences of excessive public debt can be extremely dire, especially for emerging markets.
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