US-China trade war

New Cold War, or new frontlines? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Geopolitics

New Cold War, or new frontlines?

After a roller-coaster election ride, it appears almost certain that former US vice-president Joe Biden will be the newest resident of the White House.

America should rewrite the China trade contract - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US-China trade war

America should rewrite the China trade contract

Once US President-elect Joe Biden’s administration has made the relatively easy decisions to rejoin the Paris climate agreement and remain in the World Health Organization (WTO).

Analysts mixed on Hi-P International on 'continual improvement in ESG factors' and 'M&A-driven growth' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Analysts mixed on Hi-P International on 'continual improvement in ESG factors' and 'M&A-driven growth'

Maybank Kim Eng analyst Lai Gene Lih has upgraded his call on electronics manufacturer Hi-P International to “buy” from “hold” due to its continued improvement in environmental, social and corporat

Emerging Markets

Can China save EMs again?

Much like the previous recession in 2008, China has emerged from the economic headwinds in pole position for recovery.

A better alternative to Trump's WeChat ban - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US-China trade war

A better alternative to Trump's WeChat ban

THE EDGE SINGAPORE - Shortly after US President Donald Trump issued an executive order effectively banning the Chinese-owned social-media app TikTok, he issued a second order prohibiting “any trans

Special Event

Bear market rally on thin ice as geopolitics will hurt more than Covid-19, says Azure Capital’s Terence Wong

SINGAPORE (June 5): During the first month of lockdowns around the world back in January, Azure Capital’s CEO Terence Wong noted that global stock markets tumbled by over 30%.

US-China trade war

Trump threatens tariffs on China for alleged origin of Covid-19

(May 4): Amid disrupted global supply chains and trade patterns, US President Donald Trump said the “tariff” word while making remarks about China.

OIL & GAS

The tide turns for Hin Leong

The distressed Singapore oil trader has admitted to US$800 mil of undisclosed losses.

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