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Look Back 2019: Disruption ahead in financial sector as digital-only banks loom

Moves to set up digital-only banks are underway in Singapore as the regulator rounds up applications this month.

Businesses and households must be careful not to overextend themselves amid global uncertainties: MAS

SINGAPORE - Rising risks to financial stability from ongoing trade and geopolitical tensions and expectations for sluggish global growth ahead mean businesses and households should be careful not...

Money FM podcast: MAS CFO shares takeaways from the Singapore Fintech Festival

Sopnendu Mohanty, chief fintech officer, Monetary Authority of Singapore, talks about insights gained after wrapping up the biggest edition of the Singapore Fintech Festival to date.

Singapore considering extending fintech funding beyond 2020: MAS chief Ravi Menon

SINGAPORE (BLOOMBERG) - Singapore's central bank is poised to extend funding for financial-technology initiatives because the five-year round ending in March has yielded positive results, its top...

Singapore beating fresh path to the world of e-commerce

AT A time when traditional trade relations come under strain, Singapore's move to build data corridors with other small, open economies for greater digital connectivity is the new frontier in...

Singapore slowdown may be nearing end, says MAS chief

[SINGAPORE] Singapore's economy may be a few quarters away from a recovery as the decline in trade and manufacturing this year has not really spread to other sectors, said the head of the Monetary...

Singaporeans expect inflation to inch up to 3.2% in coming year: DBS-SMU poll

SINGAPOREANS believe overall or headline inflation will rise slightly to 3.2 per cent over the next 12 months.

MAS eases monetary policy 'slightly' in October

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has eased monetary policy "slightly" in its latest half-yearly monetary policy review on Monday, making the slope of the Singapore dollar nominal...

Motley Fool's exit a dent to independent research

THE Motley Fool's impending closure has got the market abuzz with discussion about the shrinking pool of independent research, with some pondering why the investment advisory firm is regulated...

Singapore seen narrowly dodging recession in Q3, MAS to ease: poll

[SINGAPORE] Singapore's economy likely escaped a technical recession in the third quarter even as growth stayed subdued, weighed down by the prolonged trade dispute between the United States and...