IMF official warns China tech decoupling from US would slash global GDP

NEW YORK (BLOOMBERG) – A technological decoupling between the US and China and potentially Europe would cut global gross domestic product by an order of magnitude greater than the recent trade war, a senior International Monetary Fund official warned. “The

Inflation in Singapore turns positive for first time in a year on higher food, services and private transport costs

SINGAPORE – Singapore’s core inflation turned positive in February for the first time in a year, as the costs of food and services rose, according to data out on Tuesday (March 23). Core inflation, which excludes accommodation and private road

Singapore non-oil domestic exports grow at slower 4.2% pace in February

SINGAPORE – Singapore’s non-oil domestic exports (Nodx) continued to expand, but at a slower rate in February, on the back of a rise in both electronic and non-electronic shipments, according to data out by Enterprise Singapore (ESG) on Wednesday (March 17).

Euro zone bonds rise as Fed's Powell sticks to easy policy stance

* Euro zone periphery govt bond yields LONDON, March 5 (Reuters) – Euro zone bond yields rose on Friday after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell reiterated his stance that interest rates would stay low for a long time and

Colorado drivers see gas prices jump 7 cents due after winter storms knock off oil refineries out in Texas, other states exas, other parts of the Gulf Coast

As the temperatures plummeted in Texas last week knocking refineries out of commission, gasoline prices jumped in Colorado and other states. The average price increase in Colorado was 7 cents, AAA said Monday. Nationwide, the price surged an average of