THE ongoing battle against the economic fallout of the outbreak of Covid-19 has cast greater uncertainty over dividend payouts by companies in the Asia-Pacific.

SINGAPORE’S telecommunication, and travel and leisure sectors are expected to face dividend uncertainty in the second half of 2020.

SINGAPORE companies are expected to deliver US$14.2 billion in dividends in 2020, down 5 per cent from US$14.8 billion a year ago.

SINGAPORE companies are expected to deliver US$14.2 billion in dividends in 2020, down 4.5 per cent from US$14.8 billion a year ago.

THE eurozone's economy is seen to have "near-stalled" in November after successive months of manufacturing decline, according to a closely watched survey by the firm IHS Markit.

BT EXCLUSIVE

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OUTLOOK 2019

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