Trade Tanks in a Bad Week for Asia Data as U.S., China Tussle
Broad Data Slump, Tense Trade Talks, Deflation Watch: Eco Day
Asia's Tumbling Exports Signal Trade Pain Has Room to Run
Singapore Says Tighter Foreign Worker Rules Are a ‘Surgical’ Move
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Vietnam meet offers a road map not just for upgrading an economy but also recuperating after years of isolation for North Korea.
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Singapore Exports Sink Under Growing Weight of Trade War
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Singapore Tightens Foreign Worker Rules, Beefs Up Cyber Security
Singapore Plans Cautious Budget With an Eye on Election
The shift comes just two months since Nomura declared it wasn’t “bananas” to talk about deflation—falling consumer prices in EMs.
U.S., China Have Some Explaining to Do as March 1 Deadline Looms
Singapore's Economy Expands at a Weaker Pace Than Estimated
International visitors rose 6.2 percent to 18.5 million from 2017.
A combination of cyclical and structural factors are keeping a lid on prices.
RBI’s unexpected interest-rate cut is set to be the first in a wave of monetary policy easing across Asia in 2019.
It's the Year of the Dove for Central Banks Hewing to Fed Script
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Fed's Pause Allows Emerging-Market Central Banks to Exhale
From Hong Kong to Japan, exports data for December showed a marked downturn as supply-chain disruptions triggered trade war.