As travel bookings become ubiquitous digitally, one luxury travel firm is betting on growth in two categories: Asia and millennials.
Kurt Wee of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises said the Singapore government wants to ease paths to funding for what are known as SMEs.
Singapore aims for more progressive spending plans, but a higher goods and services tax could be seen as regressive, says Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank.
Central banks are right to be concerned about inflation, but need to be ahead of the curve, says David Kuo of the Motley Fool Singapore.
Lai Chang Wen of Ninja Van says that people in Singapore are turning to e-commerce because they "just want that much more access to the world's inventory."
Singapore wants to focus on services first as it looks at taxes in areas like e-commerce, says Chris Woo of PwC Singapore.
President Nicolas Maduro hopes Venezuela's own digital currency will help it make financial transactions and get around western sanctions.
The city state's overall budget deficit for the 2018/19 fiscal year starting on April 1 is expected to be S$0.6 billion.
After selling its China stake in 2016, Uber is in talks to mimic that strategy in Southeast Asia
Qualcomm is open to discussing a buyout offer from Broadcom that "reflects the true value" of the chipmaker and better addresses concerns about regulatory hurdles to a deal, the company said on Friday.
The Chinese are on a week-long public holiday break now and splashing billions of dollars traveling internationally.
The risk banks face within the oil and gas sector is currently "contained," but the outlook remains far from certain, he said.
Lunar New Year, popularly known as Chinese New Year, means major spending across Asia on food, red packets and travel.
It's all about figuring out the things you should tick off to get there, says DBS CEO Piyush Gupta.
Food prices are an inflation worry in Indonesia on logistic bottleneck issues that need to be addressed outside of monetary policy, says Sanjay Mathur of ANZ.
Singapore's fourth quarter economic growth was revised lower, rising 2.1 percent, due to a contraction in the manufacturing sector.
Eugene Tarzimanov of Moody's Investors Service says that negative surprises aren't expected and margins will improve for Singapore banks in 2018.
Singapore Airlines is doing better but competition remains fierce across all segments, says Brendan Sobie of CAPA Centre for Aviation.
Samuel Tsien of OCBC says that he expects Fed rate hikes to be gradual and well-signaled and not just in response to one data point.
Singapore Airlines is close to a 50 percent hedge on fuel prices, helping the bottom line, says Mohshin Aziz of Maybank Investment Bank.