Who is the key driver of digital transformation in your organisation? 1) CEO 2) CTO 3) CIO 4) Covid-19. Most people’s answer would be –
Demand has tanked. Supply has increased because Russia and Saudi Arabia continued over-production. The result – oil prices dropped below US$20/barrel. At a time when
There has been a major sell-off in the stock market. It appears that everything is still trending downwards. What should you do in this climate?
Following my last post on 29 Feb regarding the sell-off experienced for Singapore’s REITS, here’s a good tabulation of the various REITS on Singapore’s stock
The major oil producers Russia & Saudia Arabia refused to lower production rates. This increase in supply resulted in oil prices dropping to as Low
When the 2008/9 financial crises happened, the US implemented quantitative easing measures called QE1, QE2, etc. They literally “printed money” to inject into the economy.
Singapore’s deputy prime minister announced a $48.4B package to support the economy during this covid-19 pandemic. This is on top of the $6.4B earlier announced
It is a no brainer…with so many countries in lock-down and shutting down flight capacities, the ripple effect will certainly result in a recession. The