Simon Tay, chairman at Singapore Institute of International Affairs, says Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first prime minister, left behind a strong foundation and discusses the country's outlook.» Read More
Noble's shares dropped for a second day despite analysts' skeptical view of an anonymous, critical research report comparing the company to Enron.
Lim Ming Yan, CEO of CapitaLand, attributes the 187 percent leap in fourth-quarter profits to factors like a pick-up in its Vietnam business and higher gains from its investment properties.
Conrad Werner, head of Research at Macquarie, explains why Iceberg Research's attack on Singapore-listed Noble Group's accounting practices are "extreme and based on faulty analysis."
Joe Morrison, VP & Senior Analyst at Moody's Investors Service, discusses the outlook of Singapore-listed Noble Group following a report by Iceberg Research, which questioned the commodities trader's accounting practices.
Noble Group has become the latest target of a critical research report, sending its shares sliding, but this time, it's spurred questions about the report's writer.
Vasu Menon, member of the OCBC Wealth Panel, discusses news that Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. He later explains why growth in the Southeast Asian country is "going sideways."
With DBS's core franchises in Hong Kong and Singapore performing well, markets shouldn't be too worried about the jump in bad loans in China, says Lachlan Colquhoun, chief executive officer, Asia at East & Partners.
Weary travelers, rejoice! Free cookies, flowers, and prime parking spots await you at some of the busiest travel hubs across the world.
Singapore's casinos haven't lived up to the hype, but Marina Bay Sands results suggest those writing off growth may need to write it back in.
Michael Paladino, Senior Director of Gaming, Lodging & Leisure at Fitch Ratings, explains why the results of Singapore's Marina Bay Sands need to be "normalized for luck and tax benefits."
After years of carefully telegraphing their outlooks to the market, central bankers are loosening up with surprise parties, with Singapore the latest to jump in.
Todd Elmer, Currency Strategist at Citi, says investors are wondering what the surprise move by Singapore's central bank means for broader asset markets and future policy direction.
Singapore's central bank surprised markets with a between-meeting easing amid nearly non-existent inflation, decking the city-state's currency.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore's decision to reduce the slope of the Singapore dollar's appreciation was surprising, says Nizam Idris, Head of Strategy, Fixed Income & Currencies at Macquarie,
Magnus Bocker, CEO of the Singapore Exchange, explains why growth in its derivatives business will be intact for a couple of years, even as the rest of the region moves toward developing their own financial derivatives markets.
Magnus Bocker, CEO of the Singapore Exchange, discusses the muted response to the change in minimum lot sizes, which aims to make Singapore-listed blue-chips more accessible to retail investors.
The Chinese president's new base salary, equivalent to $22,256 a year, remains a fraction of that of global peers.
David Kuo, CEO of the Motley Fool Singapore, says the Singapore Exchange's decision to cut its standard lot size won't hurt brokerages.
Singapore's efforts to rein in household debt and its sky-high home prices appear set for their first test as local rates begin to rise.
Search teams have been hunting for the wreck of an Indonesia AirAsia passenger jet but bad weather is again hindering the search.