Ishika Mookerjee, Bloomberg

Ishika Mookerjee, Bloomberg

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28 November 2022
Money in the Market: Is now the time to buy shares in North Asian markets?
A great rotation seems to be brewing in Asia as Investors look to North Asian markets, shifting their attention from markets in Southeast Asia. A recent Bloomberg article reported that the nascent revival in North Asian equities is being touted as the start of a potential bull run. But risks still remain. On Money in the Market, finance producer Hongbin Jeong speaks to one of the authors of the article, Ishika Mookerjee, deputy team leader for Asia stocks at Bloomberg News, to find out more.

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10 January 2022
SPAC race heats up in Asia with the first Singapore listings due
Blank-check companies are set to make a debut in Singapore this month as the financial hub, which has struggled to attract new stock listings, gears up for competition from Hong Kong.

Vertex Technology Acquisition Corporation Ltd is seeking at least S$170 million, while Tikehau Capital SCA-backed Pegasus Asia could raise at least S$150 million.

In The Spotlight, Prime Time's Rachel Kelly and Shehzad Haque spoke to Ishika Mookerjee, Journalist, Bloomberg for an update on Singapore SPACS.

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20 September 2021
In The Spotlight: Singapore, Temasek launch S$1.5 billion fund to boost market
Singapore is looking to set up a S$1.5 billion  fund backed by state investment firm Temasek Holdings to bolster its stock market and boost activity and trading volume.

In The Spotlight, hosts Timothy Go and Rachel Kelly put Singapore’s market in the spotlight and discuss SPACS, strategic partnerships and grants for firms to list here with Ishika Mookerjee, Asia Markets Reporter at Bloomberg.

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7 September 2020
In The Spotlight: Are Robinhood investors here to stay?
Working from home is proving to provide some amateur investors  with the time and flexibility to dabble in the market and make their money work a little harder. A recent report on Bloomberg shared that the trend is being fuelled by zero-fee trading apps like Robinhood that have not just simplified day-trading but gamified it. Prime Time's Rachel Kelly speaks to Ishika Mookerjee, Journalist at Bloomberg to find out more.

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