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Money Mind

We'll tell you how to make the most of your money but also why money is not an end in itself and connecting financial goals to your life goals is really what you should be doing. Of course we will also still continue to provide tips for investors, business ideas for businessmen and comments on the economy, markets, companies, financial products, and trends.

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VIDEOS
  • Property Corner: Singapore Property Cycle

    It takes a brave person to predict the bottom or the top of a market cycle, because it's so easy to get it wrong.  But some market watchers are now saying that Singapore's private property prices could be reaching a bottom. Money Mind’s Winnie Pascual looks at whether the end of the year will be the right time for property investors to go bottom-fishing. 

  • In Focus: Rising Interest Rates

    The US Federal Reserve has been hinting that it’s looking to raise interest rates.  As the world braces for the impact of this rate hike, just how will Singapore be affected? Money Mind's Jonathan Peeris finds out. 

  • On The Sidelines: Economic Benefits of Trade Shows

    Eye-popping figures. Attention grabbing deals. Big trade shows roll in the transactions. But beyond the dollars and cents announced in the mega-deals, there are also positive economic spin-offs. Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit checks it out at the recently concluded Paris Air Show.

Catching the Trend

Aug 15, 2015

If you have been waiting for Singapore property prices to bottom - you may not have to wait much longer, say some market watchers. But interest rates are set to rise - so how do you manage the risk? Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

VIDEOS
  • In Focus: Raffles City

    Singapore's iconic shopping complex Raffles City is replicated in 8 cities in China. Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit looks at how it has spread its wings far and wide. 

  • In Focus: Keppel Corporation

    “It is more difficult to stay on top than to get there” - so says the CEO of one of Singapore’s most successful conglomerates, Keppel Corporation. Money Mind’s Winnie Pascual takes a look at how Keppel rode on Singapore’s success as a nation to be the global leader in rig-building - and why it continues to be world number one.

  • In Focus: Singapore Airlines

    Singapore Airlines and its famous Singapore Girl are recognized around the world and have come to stand for quality service, luxury and comfort. Money Mind’s Jonathan Peeris finds out why SIA is such a great way to fly.

Singapore Business Icons

Aug 8, 2015

Made-in-Singapore brands have travelled far and wide. On land - Raffles City, an iconic shopping complex. In the sea -Keppel Corp, the global leader in rig-building. In the air - SIA, a top premier airline. What is it that makes them so successful on the international stage? Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

VIDEOS
  • In Focus: Mid-Career Slump

    Have you been working for a number of years and feel restless, unfulfilled and stuck in a rut? Money Mind’s Winnie Pascual digs into the ways and strategies to get you out of a mid-career slump.

  • Sector Watch: Another Way to Play the Aviation Theme

    You would like to invest in the aviation space. But airlines stocks have run up quite a bit. And you are not one to stomach the ups and downs of this sector. But as Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit finds out, there’s an alternative and steadier way to invest on the aviation theme.

  • Corporate Watch: iFast Financial

    For many retail investors, the name Fundsupermart.com is no stranger. The investment products distribution platform is noted for its easy-to-use service and its extensive research papers. And as Money Mind's Jonathan Peeris discovers, the homegrown firm is set to scale even bigger heights as it moves into its largest market yet – China.   

The Best Fit

Aug 1, 2015

How does career planning fit in with financial planning? And what do you do if you hit a mid-career slump? And, if airline stocks are too volatile for you there are more stable options in aviation. Plus, think iFAST Financial, and you think digital finance - we profile the stock. Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.