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SINGAPORE: As global bourses come to terms with the failure of the latest mega-merger, Singapore Exchange Ltd. is sticking to its incremental approach.
HONG KONG: The hottest sportswear brand in the world right now -- at least in the stock market -- is a Chinese firm founded by former Olympic gymnast Li Ning.
NEW YORK: WeWork is considering a bailout that will hand control of the co-working giant to SoftBank Group Corp., according to a person familiar with the matter, one of two main options to rescue the once high-flying startup.
PETALING JAYA: The recently unveiled Budget 2020 is expected to have neutral to mildly positive impact on the country’s equity market, say analysts.
THE young woman in Monica Mazzei’s San Francisco law office was adamant: She wanted a prenuptial agreement.
SINGAPORE: All around HDFC Bank Ltd, India’s biggest lender by market value, the news seems to be bad and getting worse: economic growth is slowing, loan losses are rising and shadow banks are mired in crisis.
RIYADH: Nawaf Abdel-Aziz has never put any money into the stock market before, but he says buying shares in the world’s most profitable company is a no-brainer.
SINGAPORE: The global economy is wobbling and whether it topples over is the big question in financial markets, executive suites and the corridors of power.
CHINA, the US, Germany and Britain remain “top dogs” on investor's watchlist, but with one revision: Turkey decided to launch a military offensive against Kurds, thus shifting the centre of attention to themselves.
THE gig economy is capitalism at its most brutal. Everybody wants to create the next “unicorn” – disrupting conventional businesses on a global scale like Airbnb and Netflix.