Policymakers will have to accept that their currencies will depreciate against the dollar, Singapore’s central bank chief said on Monday.
Global mobility to travel without visas increased from last year but it might not last long.
Singapore's non-oil exports rose more than expected in December from a year earlier as shipments to China jumped.
Alain Dehaze, CEO of Adecco Group, discusses the findings of his Global Talent Competitiveness Index, adding that the U.K. must ward against a brain drain post-Brexit.
Singapore’s once-bubbly property market has been stabilizing after a slew of cooling measures, the city-state’s central bank chief said.
The Singapore dollar climbed to a one-month high as disappointment with Trump’s first press conference since July decked the greenback.
Obama isn't the only one clearing his desk before Jan. 20; 50 politically appointed ambassadors will be following suit.
The bank is also under investigation in its home country, Switzerland.
Singapore's economic growth surged in the fourth quarter, rising 1.8 percent from a year earlier, handily beating forecasts.
However, the economic outlook for the country remains cloudy, says Selena Ling at OCBC.
Looking to move abroad in 2017? Six of the top ten countries for a successful expat career are in Europe, according to HSBC.
Beijing's crackdown on capital flight could be about to extend to Singapore, the SMCP reports.
Mondelēz is opening a research center for gum and candy in Singapore, which sparks irony because the city-state has a partial ban on gum.
The greenback was set to stay strong, with the Fed potentially hiking rates more than expected, said Roy Teo, senior FX strategist at ABN AMRO Bank.
CNBC asked holiday shoppers what they're buying this holiday season and how online retail impacts their shopping habits.
Sarah Martin at Blue Sky Events talks about Christmas Wonderland, a fair held at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.
The dollar rally sucked the air out of emerging markets, but funds will return next year, said HSBC's Herald Van Der Linde.
The Singapore dollar tumbled to its weakest since 2009, during the global financial crisis, and it may have further to go.
There's nothing conventional about corporate team building in Singapore these days.
It’s time to buy actively managed funds, instead of index funds, as assets that long in lockstep will move to a different drum, BNP Paribas said.