geopolitics

Markets

AMTD aims to be 'connector' for Hong Kong companies to list here amid geopolitical tensions

SINGAPORE (July 3): When Hong Kong companies list outside their home market, Singapore has traditionally been on the shortlist.

Singapore economy

Singapore faces 'crisis of a generation' but will emerge stronger, says PM Lee

SINGAPORE (June 7): The Covid-19 pandemic, a “crisis of a generation”, is not merely a healthcare crisis that is causing economic woes across the world. 

Geopolitics

Surviving the post-Covid world order

The Covid-19 pandemic will usher in a dangerous new phase in US-China tensions. How can states find their way around this geopolitical minefield?

US politics

Who can beat Trump?

(Feb 28): The US presidential election in November is the most consequential in modern history.

Geopolitics

White House admits Trump trade stance did depress economy

(Feb 21): The White House acknowledged what many economists considered obvious through much of last year: President Donald Trump’s trade stance depressed economic growth and business investment.

Geopolitics

Donald Caesar

(Feb 14): The outcome of the US Senate’s trial of Donald Trump, following his impeachment by the House of Representatives, was a foregone conclusion.

Geopolitics

The Assassin’s false creed: An empty gesture with long-term costs

SINGAPORE (Jan 10): For an armchair warrior like US President Donald Trump, who received five deferments from serving in Vietnam, assassinations must look like a foreign-policy silver bullet.

Geopolitics

Why Asia should worry about Middle East risk

SINGAPORE (Jan 10): The new year began with shocking developments in the Middle East.

THE DECADE AHEAD

Indonesia's time to shine; rise of right wing complicates vicious cycle of income inequality

SINGAPORE (Dec 27): Kelvin Tay, regional chief investment officer of UBS Wealth Management, is bullish that this coming decade will be one in which Indonesia will shine.

Markets

Investors 'have little choice' but to go to stocks, DBS says

(Oct 4): Stocks still look particularly attractive in a world of ultra-low bond yields, according to Southeast Asia’s largest bank DBS Group Holdings.

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