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Archive for February, 2011

Want a CBD office? Try a condo unit

OIL trader Rennie Wang has an office with a great location in the heart of the Central Business District (CBD), complete with a view of Marina Bay. Does he pay sky-high rents? No, because he set up shop in a condominium. When his oil trading firm Net East Trading was based at Ocean Towers, the rent was around $10,000 a month. When Mr Wang heard that the block was to be torn down, he decided to... more

Hedging against inflation

Risk appetite balance 'Asset allocation is important because by combining different asset classes with different risk and return characteristics that correlate to each other differently, we can create different portfolios that are suitable for different investors' risk appetites. By doing so, investors have a better chance of riding ... more

U.S. recovery built on low-paying jobs

Lowe's is eliminating 1,700 managers responsible for store operations, sales, and administration. Meanwhile, Lowe's said it will add 8,000 to 10,000 weekend sales positions and is creating a new assistant store manager position. Newly created jobs in the United States tend to be lower-paying than those they replaced. That will constrain consumer spending and economic growth.

High inflation poses a quandary for savers

SAVERS in Singapore have grappled with low-yielding deposits for more than a decade. But they had taken it in stride as inflation had been declining too, mostly hovering well below 2 per cent, except for 2008 when it spiked briefly to 6.6 per cent. But now, inflation has reared its ugly head yet again. In January, it jumped to 5.5 per cent from 4.6 per cent in December on a year-on-year basis. Thi... more

AirAsia improves booking service

A TECHNICAL glitch in budget carrier AirAsia's online booking system resulted in some customers being overcharged, or charged wrongly, for tickets bought. It was brought about by high traffic volume to the website and irked many, who aired their woes on blogs and forum websites. Network manager Esther Chen told my paper that she was wrongly charged $3,000 for nine plane tickets about thre... more

Mid-East upheaval darkens oil price outlook

LIKE dominoes, regimes in the Middle East are toppling. Popular frustrations with political repression and economic hardship, pent up for decades, have finally bubbled up into open revolt. The uprisings, which started in Tunisia and unseated its president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in mid-January, have spread like a virus. In Egypt, president Hosni Mubarak was forced to step down on Feb 11 after thre... more
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