TRADERS' GUIDE

THE best month for global equities in almost a decade may be enough to convince investors the light at the end of the novel coronavirus tunnel is not a train, but the debate on what comes next is...

WHO would have thought that an unknown virus would be the Black Swan of 2020 that will redefine how we work, play and interact once this global health crisis abates?

THE BOTTOM LINE

BULLS and bears remain at loggerheads about whether risk assets have hit a bottom. The following five Ps may provide an answer: pandemic, production, policies, positioning and prices.

[SHANGHAI] Leaning over a metal cage stuffed with live hens in Shanghai, Ran looked for just the right specimen for her chicken soup. The 60-year-old was shopping at one of China's wet markets,...

AFTER a period caught in trade-war hell, emerging-market assets are showing signs of a rebound.

[LONDON] European stock markets steadied at the start of trading on Monday, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index down 0.1 per cent at 7,230.91 points.

THE world's biggest government-debt markets are sending a clear signal that global economic growth is stalling and inflation expectations are fading fast.

CFA SINGAPORE INSIGHTS

THE green bond market has been a tremendous success, from a relatively modest start in 2013 to an expected US$250 billion of green issuance in 2019.

FEDERAL Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave emerging-market central banks another solid reason to lower interest rates.

RATES traders should prepare for turbulence around this week's Federal Reserve decision: Markets aren't giving up on rate cuts without a fight.