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This bond giant still has US$15bil to play with

THIS year heralds a brave new world for euro credit spreads. The continent’s biggest buyer of corporate debt is calling a halt after amassing a €180bil (US$206bil) portfolio in just two- and-a-half years.

The evolution of capital market ecosystems in a challenging world

WHEN I was young, I used to wander around the old Pudu market. My Cochrane schoolmate’s father was on the municipal council managing it. It was a thriving market that served buyers and sellers of all shapes, sizes and economic ability.

On being on the right side of history

ON Thursday morning, I received this text message from my brother-in law. It sounded perplexed: “I just woke up and found out I’m pro-government.”

Are we all going back to the future?

Speakeasy - By S. Jayasankaran WHAT do Donald Trump, the Malaysian government and, well, Sophia have in common?

India faces painful move to cleaner energy

Money will be key issue to be discussed at One Planet Summit in Paris

Equity crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending

Guidelines to investing in this brave new world of opportunities

Don’t worry, be happy

Speakeasy - By S. Jayasankaran
I must have been in the Upper Sixth Form when my father turned 55 and, as per government regulations then, had to retire.

Yingde Gases ‘accidental win’ for minorities fans sparks of activism

THE messy battle to control China’s largest producer of industrial gases has turned into a serendipitous victory for minority investors that could encourage more shareholder activism in Asia.

Yellen points to March rate hike as Fed signals end of easy money

CHICAGO: The U.S. Federal Reserve's long-stalled 'liftoff' of interest rates may finally get airborne this year as policymakers from Chair Janet Yellen on Friday to regional leaders across the United States signaled that the era of easy money is drawing to a close.

Database aims to stop rogue traders

LONDON: You’re young and want to get ahead. First in and last out of your Wall Street office. You work weekends and message colleagues with inspired trading ideas at all hours. Guess what? You’ve just marked yourself as a potential rogue trader.