Stories By Tang See Kit
112 Feb 2016 Fri
These are the major issues that are driving the massive selloff that has engulfed global stock markets since the start of 2016.
211 Feb 2016 Thu
Analysts that Channel NewsAsia spoke to said the dollar-yen will likely head further south to the 110-mark in the near term before making a comeback by year-end.
310 Feb 2016 Wed
Transaction volumes in Asia-Pacific’s hotel industry is likely to fall 8 per cent from the previous year to US$8.5 billion in 2016, says global real estate consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).
410 Feb 2016 Wed
"We are seriously considering deregulation across the board, but focusing on e-commerce, healthcare, and creative industry," President Joko Widodo said in an interview with Reuters on Wednesday.
510 Feb 2016 Wed
The benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) ended down 1.57 per cent at 2,582.10, tracking steep losses in the region amid growing concerns about the health of the global banking sector.
605 Feb 2016 Fri
Leading up to the festive period in China, the best-selling locally-produced food and agricultural products on Alibaba's Taobao include nut products and tea.
704 Feb 2016 Thu
Crossing into the Year of the Monkey may not bring prosperity to China's battered bourses, with one analyst predicting the Shanghai Composite index to fall another 14 per cent to 2,300.
803 Feb 2016 Wed
China's consumer confidence nudged up in the fourth quarter, while the willingness to spend hit the highest level in four years, a Nielsen survey showed on Wednesday.
902 Feb 2016 Tue
The move is intended to "further support reasonable consumption of housing and promote a stable, healthy development of the property market", the Chinese central bank said in a statement published on Tuesday.
1002 Feb 2016 Tue
“Amid concerns about the sustainability of its large-scale asset purchases, the BOJ now looks likely to rely increasingly on lowering the interest rate to deliver policy easing,” research firm Capital Economics said.