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  • Mixing psychology and wealth management

    I FELT calm as I sat on a blue couch for my close encounter with the nascent field of financial therapy. I watched as Joel Reimer, a fit, 50-something man in a golf shirt, put sensors on my thumb...

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  • Bats suggests cutting fees to improve US equity market

    ANOTHER leading stock exchange operator has a plan to improve the US$24 trillion US equity market.

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  • Bonds listings on SGX and proceeds raised hit new highs

    THE total number of new bond listings, as well as proceeds raised, hit new highs on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) in 2014. This was amid the low interest rate environment and the search for yield.

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  • Energy bonds of emerging markets now shaky bets

    THEY were the darlings of global investors.

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  • US funds looking into liquidity of bond holdings

    New York

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  • Flash boys of new era of volatility

    New York

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  • Global mutual funds picking up S'pore stocks

    GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore stocks in the three months to Nov 14. The top five stocks saw net buys of S$1.9 billion in aggregate, compared to net sells of S$769.4 million.

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  • Alibaba is favourite of US hedge fund managers

    New York

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  • Guess how much money Bill Gross made last year?

    New York

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  • Hedge funds set to lead pack in tapping HK-Shanghai link

    Hong Kong

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  • QE's end expected to have minimal impact on S-Reits

    THE United States Federal Reserve's third round of quantitative easing (QE)3 which recently ended will tighten monetary liquidity and likely result in higher interest rates.

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  • Understanding financial market buzzwords

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  • Malaysia's Maybank launches first USD sukuk mutual fund

    [DUBAI] The asset management arm of Malaysia's Malayan Banking Bhd, the country's largest lender, has launched its first US dollar-denominated mutual fund that invests in Islamic bonds.

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  • When the ties that bind stop short of business

    Singapore

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  • Asian investors need to keep eurozone enthusiasm in check

    IN the first six months, our Asian-based clients expressed increasing interest in eurozone stocks and debt as eurozone members emerged from recession. In the past few months, however, the economic...

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  • Benefits and limitations of diversification

    ASSET-CLASS performance so far in 2014 contrasts with performance in 2013 and also helps illustrate the importance of diversification for investors. Those markets which did very well last year, such...

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  • Investors caught off-guard in surprise bond rally

    WHAT a difference a month makes in the bond market.

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  • Investors start chasing Europe's distressed assets

    London

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  • Lack of SEA long bond sales irks insurers

    Singapore

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  • High-yield assets are in, gold is out

    AS the US dollar's strength continues to gather momentum, it's inspiring Asian investors to seek high-yielding assets, while pushing the price of gold to lows not seen in almost a year. Once the...

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