RECESSION

RECESSION

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  1. US consumers

    US economy slowing, but consumers limiting downside

  2. FILE PHOTO: A woman walks past an electronic board showing the stock market indices of various coun

    Commentary: Many sectors are already in a recession

    The world will have to confront sustained negative supply shocks that would require a very different kind of policy response over the medium term, ...
  3. London Stock Exchange (LSE)

    European stocks rise as recession fears fade

  4. Donald Trump

    Trump insists US recession not in the cards

  5. Singapore Skyline CBD ArtScience Museum

    Commentary: After the Fed’s rate cut, the impact on Singapore and growth

    The fact that the impact might be limited speaks volumes about Singapore's waning reliance on the US, says NUS Business School’s Sumit Agarwal.
  6. The 'skyway' walk at the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is one many attractions in a city

    Commentary: While external environment may be adverse, Singapore has many important strengths

    The high trust that other countries and investors have in Singapore is a vital advantage that must be upheld, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
  7. FILE PHOTO: White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow talks with reporters on the driveway ou

    White House says no recession in sight, pushes China trade talks

    White House officials pushed back on Sunday against concerns that economic growth may be faltering, saying they saw little risk of recession ...
  8. US consumers

    US consumer spending strong as manufacturing struggles

  9. Australian government under pressure to address gloomy economy | Video
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    Australian government under pressure to address gloomy economy | Video

    Australia's sluggish economy is in dire need of a dose of stimulus to extend a record 28-year-run without a recession. With interest rates at a ...
  10. What slowing growth means for the man in the street

    Commentary: What slowing growth means for the man in the street

    OCBC Bank’s Selena Ling answers your frequently asked questions over news on the outlook for the Singapore economy.