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  1. Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mumbai

    Commentary: India’s fragmented healthcare system is its Achilles’ heel in the fight against COVID-19

    The inequities in availability, accessibility, affordability and quality of health services in the public and private sectors have been apparent ...
  2. COVID-19: What stranded travellers should do

    COVID-19: Travel agencies’ advice on what stranded travellers should do

    Your flight is gone and the city you’re in is going into a lockdown. Stay calm and follow these steps, say these travel experts.
  3. What should you do if your jewellery was stolen from your hotel room?

    What should you do if your jewellery was stolen from your hotel room?

    Who is liable if your personal items disappear from a hotel room? The action you can take depends on a dizzying list of factors, ranging from ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Stock market updates are seen on a news broadcast on the floor of the New York Stock Ex

    Insurers face double whammy from coronavirus crisis

    Having initially brushed off the potential impact from coronavirus-linked claims, global insurers are waking up to the prospect of a double whammy ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: CEO Ermotti of Swiss bank UBS attends the annual shareholder meeting in Basel

    Swiss Re lines up UBS CEO Ermotti to become chairman in 2021

    Swiss Re plans to make UBS Group Chief Executive Sergio Ermotti its chairman from next year, the world's second-biggest reinsurer said on ...
  6. A person in Singapore on dating app Tinder.

    Commentary: Financial advisers on Tinder? Probably not the best policy

    Why are financial advisers resorting to such tactics to secure clients? DollarsAndSense’s Sim Kang Heong says agents hate these tactics too.
  7. FILE PHOTO:  The logo of AMP Ltd, Australia's biggest retail wealth manager, adorns their head

    Australia court fines AMP US$3.5 million over incorrect insurance advice

    Australia's Federal Court has ordered wealth manager AMP Ltd to pay a penalty of AUS$5.2 million (US$3.5 million) for failing to prevent ...