Even if the U.K. faces another hung Parliament, sterling can continue to strengthen, said Jim Leaviss, head of fixed income at M&G Investments, on Thursday.Read More
Trading volume of commodity derivatives surged 91% on-year in August to 2.74 million contracts as markets remained jittery, Singapore Exchange said Tuesday.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus Tuesday, 10 September 2019: SGX, SPH, CapitaLand, Keppel, Frasers Logistics Trust and Wing Tai.
Gold, already enjoying a rally on increased geopolitical tension, is getting a demand fillip from new Shariah-compliant investors seeking a safe-haven play.
The INVEST Fair conference will bring world-class investment speakers to Singapore for 13th year of the retail investor focused event.
SGX said Thursday its futures volume climbed in July as the escalating trade war fueled demand for risk management in commodities and foreign-exchange.
These are Singapore companies which may be in focus on Wednesday, 7 August 2019: CapitaLand, Perennial, SGX, StarHub, EC World REIT, No Signboard and JUMBO.
SGX and India’s NSE said Tuesday they received regulatory dispensations for a joint proposal to boost the trading of Nifty products.
DBS upgraded Singapore Exchange to Buy from Hold, pointing to strong demand for risk management instruments amid market uncertainty.
SGX reported Wednesday its full-year net profit rose 7.7% on-year to S$391.10M, an 11-year high, on a strong derivatives business performance.
Singapore Exchange announced Thursday it changed its organizational structure into four business units reporting to the CEO.
RHB tipped Thai Beverage as one of its top picks among Singapore’s listed consumer plays amid an upbeat outlook for Thailand’s beer consumption.
Singapore’s MTI lowered its economic growth forecast for the city-state to 1.5 percent to 2.5 percent for 2019, from 1.5 percent to 3.5 percent previously.
Singapore’s April NODX dropped 10.1% on-year on a high base a year earlier, with declines in both electronic and non-electronic exports, data showed Friday.
More than a third of fund managers have taken out hedges to protect against a sharp market fall over the next three months, the May BofA-ML fund manager survey found.
UOB, SGX and the China Chamber of International Commerce said Sunday they signed a deal to help Chinese firms use Singapore as a base for expanding into Southeast Asia.
SGX reported Thursday its fiscal 3Q net profit fell 1 percent on-year to S$99.7 million amid higher expenses and lower equities and fixed income revenue.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore, kept policy unchanged Friday and lowered its inflation forecast, pointing to slowing economic growth in the city-state.
Markets may have recovered from their fourth quarter ructions, but DBS is advising adding more gold to portfolios to stave off the effects of continued volatility.
The yield curve inversion in the U.S. may have set off a fresh round of market jitters, but Eric Rosengren, president of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, said on Tuesday that it’s no longer a reliable recession signal.
The disruptions and uncertainty central bankers have been dealing with over the past few years have one root cause, said Yellen on Monday.
Former Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen said on Monday that global central banks don’t have enough bullets in their policy guns to deal with a crisis.
PSA International, the Polish Development Fund and IFM Global Infrastructure Fund have tied up to acquire Poland’s largest container terminal.
Bank Indonesia will move quickly to keep the rupiah stable, said Nanang Hendarsah, an executive director at the central bank, Insider Stories reported.
Singapore’s NODX declined 10.1% on-year in January, off a high year-ago base, extending December’s 8.5% decline, Enterprise Singapore said Monday.
Fund managers remained bearish, with cash overweights at their highest since the Global Financial Crisis, the BofA-ML February fund manager survey found.
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