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Singapore's crime rate is so low that many shops don't even lock up

CNBC explores how Singapore's low crime rate translates to local businesses.

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Why is Singapore's crime rate so low?

CNBC's Uptin Saiidi explores how Singapore's low crime rate translates to local businesses.

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The US dollar could recover later in 2018

Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says the U.S. dollar could stage a rebound as expected Fed rate hikes materialize, but watch the crosses.

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Markets look to better growth, more rate hikes

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on comments from Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan on the Fed possibly hiking rates three times in 2018 if there is good economic data.

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Markets getting increasingly comfortable with more rate hikes this year

Markets now fully expect two rate hikes this year and have nearly priced in a third. And there is some initial flirtation with a fourth rate hike.

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The Trump-GOP tax plan is going to hurt Mexico, says BlackRock CEO Larry Fink

The GOP tax overhaul law, which includes a cut in the rate that U.S. corporations pay, will make American businesses more competitive globally, said BlackRock chairman and CEO Larry Fink.

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The Trump-GOP tax plan is going to hurt Mexico, says BlackRock CEO Larry Fink

The GOP corporate tax rate cut will make American businesses more competitive globally, he says.

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Wells Fargo posts mixed fourth quarter results, effective 2018 tax rate 19 percent

CNBC's Wilfred Frost breaks down Wells Fargo's quarterly numbers, which posted an earnings beat of $1.16 on revenues of $22.050 billion.

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We've marked up our GDP forecast to 2.5 - 2.75% in 2018: Fed's Robert Kaplan

In an exclusive CNBC interview, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan provides his outlook the economy, including inflation targets, tax reform, rate hikes, and the challenge to find skilled worker jobs.

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JPMorgan: Prefer sectors that perform better in a rising rate environment

Nandini Ramakrishnan of JPMorgan discusses whether the euro will break out this year, and if bonds and equities can perform like they did in 2017.

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