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| July 18, 2016
business-brexit

LONDON: Market ructions caused by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union are set to widen the gulf between... More ››

| July 18, 2016
eu-indo

The EU is Indonesia’s fourth largest trading partner with agricultural products a key export. Indonesia is the EU’s fifth... More ››

| July 18, 2016
oil

DHAKA: Bangladesh Petroleum Corp (BPC) has issued its first tender to buy fuel oil as part of efforts to... More ››

| July 18, 2016
BUSINESS-BANK-OF-AMERICA

NEW YORK: Bank of America on Monday reported a drop in second-quarter earnings as the drag of low interest... More ››

| July 18, 2016
business-1

BERLIN: Ten London start-ups have made enquires about moving to Berlin since Britain voted to leave the European Union,... More ››

| July 18, 2016
ARM

LONDON: Japanese mobile giant SoftBank has agreed a cash takeover of iPhone chip designer ARM Holdings for around £24.3... More ››

| July 18, 2016
hapag-lloyd

FRANKFURT: German container shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd said on Monday it had signed a merger deal with the United Arab... More ››

July 18, 2016
Airbus-A321neo

Asia Aviation Capital is expected to receive 30 of the 100 Airbus A321neo aircraft for its leasing operations. More ››

| July 18, 2016
indo

JAKARTA: The Indonesian government on Monday started the implementation of its new tax amnesty program, more than two weeks... More ››

| July 18, 2016
spore-sri-lanka

Sri Lanka's push to build infrastructure and develop its industries presented prospects for Singapore firms to partner with companies... More ››

| July 18, 2016
JPMORGAN

NEW YORK: Just as mortgage bankers were preparing for the end of a historic boom driven by low interest... More ››

| July 18, 2016
oil-price

US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was up seven cents, or 0.15 percent, at $46.02 while Brent rose 23... More ››

| July 18, 2016
KWAP-1

The pension fund expects lower returns this year amidst increased uncertainty in global markets. More ››

July 18, 2016
COMMENT
Tay-Kay-Luan

Online learning allows greater access and convenience, and should spur greater demand especially among working adults, who can access... More ››

| July 18, 2016
asia-market

HONG KONG: Asian stock markets edged up again Monday following another record close on Wall Street but the gains... More ››

| July 18, 2016
tony-fernades-air-asia-india-1

The only thing going for AirAsia in India was New Delhi's decision to scrap the 5/20 ruling. More ››

| July 18, 2016
john-key

WELLINGTON: New Zealand Prime Minister John Key played down fears of a trade spat with China late on Sunday,... More ››

| July 18, 2016
london_stock_exchange

LONDON: Turkey’s failed military coup may prompt some flight to safe-haven assets on Monday but there will only be... More ››

| July 18, 2016
eu

FRANKFURT: European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is likely to plead for governments to do more to boost the... More ››

| July 18, 2016
vw-usa

NEW YORK: Volkswagen AG executives in the United States have promised restitution within a month for American franchise dealers... More ››

| July 18, 2016
tokyo-market

TOKYO: Japan’s aging population may be bad for the economy but it is giving dealmakers a break. As more... More ››

| July 18, 2016
oil2

SINGAPORE: Oil prices were either side of unchanged on Sunday in early trade as the impact from Turkey’s failed... More ››

| July 16, 2016
singapore-transport-system-

SINGAPORE: The Singapore government said on Friday that it will buy almost S$1 billion worth of metro train assets... More ››

| July 16, 2016
NYSE

NEW YORK: After finally eclipsing year-old record highs, the US stock market will be tested again next week, when... More ››

| July 16, 2016
DBS

SINGAPORE: DBS Group Holdings, Singapore’s biggest lender, said on Friday it will progressively wind down its commodity derivatives trading... More ››

| July 16, 2016
takata

Takata air bag inflators have been linked to as many as 14 deaths worldwide, including 13 in Honda vehicles,... More ››

| July 16, 2016
world-bank

WASHINGTON: The World Bank announced Friday it had barred four companies, including a former unit of Daewoo, from future... More ››

| July 15, 2016
herbalife

"Herbalife is going to have to start operating legitimately, making only truthful claims about how much money its members... More ››

| July 15, 2016
mtGox

TOKYO: The head of collapsed Bitcoin exchange MtGox has been released on bail nearly a year after his arrest... More ››

| July 15, 2016
singapore-port

Singapore's economy grew slightly slower-than-expected in the second quarter, keeping pressure on the central bank to further ease policy... More ››

| July 15, 2016
car

LONDON: Sales of new cars fell in Britain last month as the nation voted to leave the European Union,... More ››

| July 15, 2016
pound-sterling

TOKYO: The pound built on the previous day’s gains in Asia Friday after the Bank of England surprised markets... More ››

| July 15, 2016
temasek-holdings

SINGAPORE: Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings has invested in pureLiFi, a company working on providing high-speed internet access through... More ››

| July 15, 2016
oil-asia

SINGAPORE: Oil tumbled in Asia Friday, bucking an equities rally as worries over a supply glut and weak demand... More ››

| July 15, 2016
SGX

The exchange said challenges in reconciling the missing and duplicate messages resulted in a longer process than expected. More ››

| July 15, 2016
asia-market

HONG KONG: Asian stock markets climbed for a fifth-straight session Friday following yet another record close on Wall Street... More ››

| July 15, 2016
Muhammad-Ibrahim

Central bank governor Muhammad Ibrahim seen to be going against convention set by predessor, Zeti Akhtar Aziz, with no... More ››

| July 15, 2016
Indonesia-bond

Indonesian bonds are the best performers in Southeast Asia this year, says a Bloomberg report, as more Brexit funds... More ››

| July 15, 2016
ttip

WASHINGTON: The top US trade official said Thursday that Britain’s vote to break with the European Union opens new... More ››

| July 15, 2016
lagarde

WASHINGTON: International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde sounded an alarm Thursday over rising populism and nationalism, citing Britain’s vote... More ››

| July 15, 2016
federal-reserve

WASHINGTON: Britain’s vote to exit the European Union has raised a cloud of uncertainty that could prove a headwind... More ››

| July 15, 2016
delta-airlines

NEW YORK: Delta Air Lines said Thursday it will cut back flights serving Britain this year in the wake... More ››

| July 14, 2016
bs3

FRANKFURT: German chipmaker Infineon Technologies has agreed to buy Wolfspeed Power and RF for $850 million from U.S. company... More ››

| July 14, 2016
bs2

NEW YORK: Oil prices rose about 1 percent on Thursday as shortcovering lifted crude futures hammered a day ago... More ››

| July 14, 2016
bs1

Shares of Japanese messaging app operator Line Corp soared as much as 36 percent in their U.S. market debut... More ››

| July 14, 2016
air-asia_Norwegian_6001

Tony Fernandes and Norwegian Air’s boss discuss possibility of sending passengers into each other’s network routes. More ››

| July 14, 2016
The Nikkei Asian Review

Analysts describe Bank Negara Malaysia’s rate cut as a pre-emptive measure, taking into view the US Federal Reserve’s rate... More ››

| July 13, 2016
business-3

FARNBOROUGH: Airbus’s decision to cut production of the world’s biggest passenger jet, the A380, will not drive the programme... More ››

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