Economy

13 Dec 17
Higher wages and low inflation levels are expected to drive consumption levels.
12 Dec 17
This is expected to boost wage growth.
12 Dec 17
Both import and export figures grew significantly this month.
12 Dec 17
Thanks to higher food price deflation as vegetable prices dropped.
11 Dec 17
India and Indonesia are expected to be strong peformers next year.
11 Dec 17
Revenue growth is expected to rise by 6.4% from last year’s 3%.
11 Dec 17
Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, and Philippines are poised to follow Korea’s recent tightening measures.
11 Dec 17
And here's a bank that can't stop buying its own shares.
10 Dec 17
Customers seek companies that give personal data privacy or personalised shopping.
8 Dec 17
Core inflation could only hit 1.6% in 2018.
8 Dec 17
However, 2018 GDP is still projected to be positive at around 2.9%.
8 Dec 17
Consumption may recover as other financing sources are explored for its infrastructure projects.
8 Dec 17
And here's why a realtor was banned from selling foreign properties for a year.
7 Dec 17
The percentages of senior and junior residents are projected to be equal at 14% next year.
7 Dec 17
And here are two REITs that delivered strong performances this quarter.
6 Dec 17
Citi projected a decline in export growth from 4.9% this year to 2.6% next year.
6 Dec 17
Thanks to China’s growing regional influence and ASEAN reforms.
5 Dec 17
And here are three companies giving out their dividends this week.
4 Dec 17
GDP is to rise 1.5% next year but will moderate in the years to come.
4 Dec 17
Thanks to loose monetary condition and sustained global demand.
4 Dec 17
Thanks to strong momentum from the manufacturing segment.
4 Dec 17
And here are three firms that bought back their shares this week.
3 Dec 17
Optimism rose 26 ppt to 6%, whilst expected profitability rose 22 ppt to 2%.
3 Dec 17
Declines are set to continue in the future as they are postponing work for further studies.
1 Dec 17
The country's debt burden may drag performance next year.
1 Dec 17
And here are two weak performers during the results season.
30 Nov 17
Import prices rose 3.2%, whilst export prices grew 1.1%.
29 Nov 17
The price index of manufactured goods led growth at 5.8%.
29 Nov 17
The hike was implemented staggeredly in weak economic conditions.
28 Nov 17
Goods and Services Tax (GST) will rise by 2 ppt to cover primary deficit which is expected to hit $3.5b.
28 Nov 17
Blame last year’s higher base of comparison.
27 Nov 17
The growth of pharmaceutical production, which supported the GDP, is considered lumpy and volatile.
27 Nov 17
It boasts of the highest dividend and cheapest valuation.
27 Nov 17
Business receipts rose across all services industries.
27 Nov 17
Thanks to softening inflation in food and transport.
27 Nov 17
A total of 144 IPOs raised $10.4b from January to October 2017.
24 Nov 17
Myanmar and Vietnam are projected to be growth drivers.
24 Nov 17
The electronics cluster led the growth with a 45.1% expansion.