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THE artistic pursuit started off as a stress reliever for former bank executive Chee Li Har but it has since evolved significantly into a full-time venture.
TOKYO: Singapore is offering a rare opportunity to buy positive-yielding quality bonds in a world that’s rapidly turning negative
TOKYO: Singapore is offering a rare opportunity to buy positive-yielding quality bonds in a world that’s rapidly turning negative.
COPENHAGEN: Never before have interest rates in the world’s biggest covered-bond market been this low. And rarely has investor demand for the debt been so high.
As the government inches closer to switching off the analogue television system, telecommunications operators are increasingly excited about the move.
IS the world turning upside down or is it real? Early this month, Denmark’s third largest bank, Jyske Bank, set the lending rate for mortgages at an unbelievable interest rate of -0.5%
NEW YORK: Treasuries investors are casting a wary eye abroad after a barrage of sloppy overseas data roiled the world’s biggest bond market.
FLATS built under a scheme to house civil servants in Hong Kong are being offered for private tender for the first time, in a move seen by industry experts as a highly efficient way to free up urban land for redevelopment.
THE economy surprised on the upside by growing 4.9% in the second quarter. It is a commendable achievement, considering how regional countries have performed with many showing slower growth.
The Volkswagen Bus never went away, although at times it has fallen sharply out of fashion. And it’s back like never before.