THE BOTTOM LINE

While big gains are seen as good for investors, these sudden gains are also a sign of increased volatility.

THERE is more room for equities to move higher, even if economic data is not in line with recent market rallies, said Tan Min Lan, Asia-Pacific head of UBS’s chief investment office, at a media...

THE sharp sell-off last week followed by a tepid recovery has once again raised the stress levels of global investors. The Cape (cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings) valuation method may well be...

We speak with two experts from OCBC Bank on how investors can approach the market despite the impact from Covid-19.

STOCKS

AFTER a week where global equities had their worst run since 2008's global financial crisis, investors are likely to place their attention on the easing efforts by central banks amid the worsening...

STOCKS

WITH Covid-19 cases in Europe and the US still on the rise, investors are likely to remain unsettled by the outbreak which has been the main driver of sentiment in financial markets over the past...

STOCKS

THE markets' sharp sell-off could heighten this week, taking its cue from Wall Street's extended losses last Friday which capped the worst week for US stocks since the global financial crisis in...

STOCKS

LAST Friday, Singapore's Straits Times Index fell 17.65 points or 0.55 per cent to close at 3,181.03. On the week, the blue-chip index slipped 39 points or 1.2 per cent from 3,220.03.

STOCKS

IN RECENT weeks, the Covid-19 spread has left a sizeable dent in sentiment as investors worry about the economic repercussions brought about by the outbreak.

STOCKS

WITH the spread of the novel coronavirus showing little sign of abating, investor sentiment will continue to be dictated by developments from this front despite a slew of earnings releases from...