Stories By Tang See Kit
122 Jul 2016 Fri
The acquisition of British chip designer ARM by Japanese telecoms giant SoftBank is proof that the UK remains on the radar of foreign investors even as concerns regarding Brexit continue to boil over, British High Commissioner to Singapore Scott Wightman told Channel NewsAsia.
221 Jul 2016 Thu
SMRT shares closed at S$1.645 on its first day of trade following last Friday's suspension, up 6.47 per cent from its last trading price of S$1.545.
313 Jul 2016 Wed
Six local founders tell Channel NewsAsia why they are willing to ditch the promise of six-figure bonuses as bankers, traders and financial analysts for the hard-toiling life of making a start-up work.
411 Jul 2016 Mon
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union (EU) has thrown global stock and currency markets into disarray but this immediate impact on financial markets is not a “major concern”, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said in Parliament on Monday.
508 Jul 2016 Fri
The precious metal is at the beginning of a new bull run and could touch US$1,400 in the near term, according to UBS.
608 Jul 2016 Fri
Further market selloffs, accompanied by extreme bouts of volatility, are what investors in Asian stocks will likely have to contend with for the rest of 2016.
705 Jul 2016 Tue
The entry into force of Singapore’s free trade agreement (FTA) with the European Union (EU) is likely to see further delays as “Brexit” throws up additional hurdles for the ratification of the EU-Singapore trade pact, analysts said.
821 Jun 2016 Tue
The REIT opened at S$0.905 in its market debut on Tuesday, up from its IPO price of S$0.89, and closed even higher at S$0.91.
920 Jun 2016 Mon
With anti-trade sentiment brewing as the US election season gets underway, President Barack Obama's hope to see the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal ratified this year seems increasingly impossible, some observers said.
1017 Jun 2016 Fri
Recent polls have shown growing support for a “Brexit” despite warnings over how that could have severe implications on Britain and elsewhere. With the referendum just a week away, we ask experts what a “Leave” victory would mean for Asia’s financial markets.