S’pore SME business sentiment sinks to all-time low

September 29, 2020 5:00 AMBusiness sentiment for the next six months at Singapore's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) plunged to the lowest ever amid Covid-19-induced uncertainty over prospects for global growth and economic activity.Want to know more on S'pore SME business sentiment sinks to all-time low click here go to market news source. Market news summary from The Straits Times Business News.Author:

Bolivia’s interim government splits as ministers quit over economy

LA PAZ -- Internal splits in Bolivia's interim government led to the departure of the country's economy minister and two other cabinet ministers Monday, stoking uncertainty about the Andean country's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Read More Want to know more on Bolivia’s interim government splits as ministers quit over economy click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Financial Post Finance News. Author:...

David Stockman On The Economy’s Role In The Upcoming Presidential Election

David Stockman On The Economy's Role In The Upcoming Presidential Election Tyler Durden Mon, 09/28/2020 - 15:21 Via InternationalMan.com, International Man: Bill Clinton’s infamous phrase during the 1992 presidential election was “It’s the economy, stupid.” How important of a role do you think the economy and a continued rally in the stock market will play in the outcome of the presidential election? David Stockman: Well, in the befuddled...

Feds Mester: We’re still in a deep hole and economy dependent on the virus

Fed's Mester speaks to reporters - We are still in a deep hole and economy is dependent on the virus - Economic activity has picked up in areas responsive to low interest rates like housing, but not restaurants in other industriesWant to know more on Feds Mester: We're still in a deep hole and economy dependent on the virus click here go to Forex news source. Forex news...

The resilient family enterprise

A couple of months ago, there was a news article about a local family business that was struggling due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic. A popular snack brand, it was doing steadily well before the government instituted strict, expansive lockdowns in March to control the spread of the virus. With that came the shuttering of malls, a halt on public transportation, and a pause on most...

Germany’s top bank names new chairman

BERLIN: Commerzbank, Germany’s second largest bank which has been hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the Wirecard scandal, on Saturday (Sunday in Manila) named Manfred Knof from rival lender Deutsche Bank as its new chairman. The appointment is a bid to end turmoil after Martin Zielke resigned at the start of July, following sustained criticism by shareholders of his performance and the bank’s losses. Knof, 55, was Deutsche...

Oil up on economic recovery hopes, COVID-19 keeps prices in check

NEW YORK -- Oil prices edged up on Monday as global equities rallied on hopes for another U.S. stimulus package, but rising virus cases fed concerns about fuel demand and kept oil futures from moving higher. Read More Want to know more on Oil up on economic recovery hopes, COVID-19 keeps prices in check click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Financial Post Finance...
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