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Hunt for bargains in the virus economy, but beware a volatile US dollar

SINGAPORE (Apr 24): While opportunities exist for savvy bargain-hunters amid the doom and gloom of the Covid-19 pandemic, investors must prepare for the risk of further market volatility.

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Is SATS overpaying for AirAsia partnership?

SINGAPORE (Nov 3): Airport services provider SATS has teamed up with budget carrier group AirAsia to offer ground services at the new Terminal 4 at Changi Airport.

Rail Pain

(Oct 30): Desmond Kuek, CEO of SMRT Corp, worked hard last year to persuade shareholders of the company to accept an offer from Temasek Holdings to take the company private via a scheme of arrangem

SMRT

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Has SMRT gone off the rails?

SINGAPORE (Oct 27): Desmond Kuek, CEO of SMRT Corp, worked hard last year to persuade shareholders of the company to accept an offer from Temasek Holdings to take the company private via a scheme o

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SUTL eyes global expansion of marina business

SINGAPORE (Oct 20): Arthur Tay, the CEO and executive director of marina developer and operator SUTL Enterprise, wants to have string of ONE°15 marinas lining major coastal cities of the world.

TES 800th Issue

Here's where former IPO king Peter Choo thinks Singapore is headed

SINGAPORE (Oct 6): The future is getting harder to forecast in the face of digital disruption, but things are looking up.

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Are you ready for the next property boom?

SINGAPORE (Sept 29): It seems like only yesterday that property developers were complaining about punitive property cooling measures and struggling to get unsold units off their books.

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Why you need to add these currencies to your portfolio now

SINGAPORE (Sept 22): The US Federal Reserve announced on Sept 20 that it would start reducing the size of its US$4.5 trillion ($6.1 trillion) balance sheet next month.

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Singapore banks brace for another wave of bad loans from O&M

SINGAPORE (Aug 25): Singapore’s three biggest local banks – DBS Group Holdings, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp, and United Overseas Bank – have been among the best-performing stocks in the Straits Ti

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UMS seeks to stay as solid yield play

SINGAPORE (May 5): UMS Holdings’ diversification into the water and chemical engineering solutions business is not likely to affect its dividend policy, says executive chairman and CEO Andy Luong.

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