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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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Previous Episodes

  • Property Corner: East Coast Makeover

    A new MRT station will be built in Marine Parade, and it will be one of the 9 stations along the 13-kilometer Eastern Region line which will stretch from Tanjong Rhu to Sungei Bedok. 160,000 households will be within walking distance to a train station. We examine the impact on property prices in the East Coast area.

  • On The Sidelines: Insurance Trends

    Do you want adequate insurance cover? Or are you more concerned with wealth accumulation when considering insurance products? And as the insurance industry comes out with more products on customizable insurance solutions, guaranteed retirement income and estate planning - are these what you are looking for? 

  • Sector Watch: Is China Losing its Edge in Manufacturing?

    Made-in-China products have flooded the world. But even mighty China is feeling the heat of competition. Countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar and Bangladesh are chipping away at China's low-cost competitiveness. How can China's manufacturing industry stay ahead? And will the services sector become a more important part of the economy? 

East Coast Makeover

Sep 6, 2014

Improved accessibility, faster travel times. The Eastern Region MRT line will have 9 stations along a 13 kilometer track. Is the East Coast set for a property boom? And,China - the so-called factory of the world. But is it now losing its competitiveness as a manufacturing hub? Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm on Channel NewsAsia.

  • In Focus: SG Corporate Earnings

    The second-quarter earnings reporting season for Singapore listed companies has just concluded. And the bad news is most firms underperformed expectations. We ask some experts if this is just a bad patch - or if things are set to worsen. Money Mind's Frederick Lim takes a closer look at why Singapore listed companies have turned in alarmingly poor results. 

  • Sector Watch: Oil & Gas Plays

    Oil and gas plays are getting renewed interest from some research houses. In Singapore, there is a variety of such stocks to choose from. From the rig builders to exploration and production players to the companies which provide support services, and even to the companies which deal with the final oil product. Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit goes drilling around for value among the sector.

  • On The Sidelines: Matchmaking Cupids

    In the past, if you mentioned that you are going to a dating agency, you will be labelled "left on the shelf" or "desperate". But, society's perception has changed. Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit herself found love through a dating agency.

Managing Expectations

Aug 30, 2014

Singapore-listed companies have turned in an alarmingly poor set of results. What went wrong? And is it just a bad patch - or is there worse to come? And, we examine the alluring business of match-making -making money from playing Cupid. Money Mind on Channel NewsAsia this Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK)

  • In Focus: Political Winds of Change

    Asia has seen changes in governments in some countries with election victories for Modi and Jokowi and a military coup in Thailand. We examine how these political developments have affected the region's stock markets. Money Mind's chor Khieng Yuit finds out how markets gyrate with the political winds of change.

  • Property Corner: Property Sentiments

    Eight rounds of cooling measures. That's what it took to subdue the rise in residential property prices in Singapore last year. And as the effects carry over into this year, prices and transaction volumes are taking a dive. According to PropertyGuru, private condo transactions could even fall by 32% by the end of the year with prices dipping around 8 to 10%. 

  • Up Close With: Prof Anil Gupta

    Money Mind’s Dawn Tan sit down with Professor Anil Gupta, one of the three co-writers of a new book -- The Silk Road Rediscovered -- to find out how winning in each other's markets is whetting their appetites to take on the world.

Winds of Change

Aug 23, 2014

Election victories for Modi and Jokowi. A military-run government in Thailand. How have recent political events impacted Asian stock markets? And we chat with Anil Gupta, author of Silk Road Resdiscovered, for insights, tips and strategies on doing business in China and India. Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.