SE Asia Stocks-Mostly up; Singapore index climbs to over four-month high

JAKARTA, April 14 (Reuters) – Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Thursday, with the Singapore index extending its rally after a surprise policy easing by its central bank. Singapore’s Strait Times Index rose as much as 1.2 percent to touch its highest since Nov. 25, led by banking stocks. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) unexpectedly eased policy on Thursday after growth stalled in the first quarter and as slackening global demand darkened the outlook for the trade-dependent

5 Must-Implement Best Practices to Bolster AP Financial Controls and Compliance

Tipalti According to the WTO, the percentage of global GDP that was based on international trade (the trade-to-GDP ratio) peaked at 31% in 2008. This has been part of a sustained pattern of growth since 1995, when the percentage was around 20%. With the Great Recession, the trade-to-GDP ratio nosedived to…

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5 Must-Implement Best Practices to Bolster AP Financial Controls and Compliance

Tipalti According to the WTO, the percentage of global GDP that was based on international trade (the trade-to-GDP ratio) peaked at 31% in 2008. This has been part of a sustained pattern of growth since 1995, when the percentage was around 20%. With the Great Recession, the trade-to-GDP ratio nosedived to…

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