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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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Previous Episodes

  • In Focus: Impact of GE 2015 Results

    The People’s Action Party was returned to power in Singapore’s recent General Elections, in a landslide victory that saw them winning close to 70% of the popular vote.  Money Mind's Jonathan Peeris checks on the impact the election results will have on Singapore's economy, property and stock markets. 

  • Market Pulse: When Will US Raise Rates?

    The rate hike that many thought would happen, didn't - as the US Federal Reserve backed off from raising interest rates. But as Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit finds out, there could be wider implications as a result of the Fed’s inaction.

  • Sector Watch: Singapore Jewellers

    Amid a depressed stock market, 2 jewellery companies have completed their initial public offering on the Singapore Exchange recently – Will investors find hidden gems in these stocks?  And how will the fluctuation in gold prices affect this sector? Money Mind’s Winnie Pascual finds out.

Singapore Policies Post-GE

Sep 26, 2015

A landslide elections victory for Singapore's ruling party - is it a good time for major policy changes? And, the US Federal Reserve has backed off from hiking interest rates - will it stoke bigger problems down the road? Money Mind Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

  • In Focus: Countdown to the Asean Economic Community

    It’s been almost 8 years since the members of ASEAN agreed to a blueprint to create an integrated economic region. Money Mind's Jonathan Peeris looks at the benefits and challenges of a more integrated ASEAN region.

  • Market Pulse: Retail Bonds

    The Singapore Savings Bond has thrown the spotlight on retail bonds. As an asset class, retail bonds are a good-to-have as they can help to balance out the risks in a portfolio. Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit checks out the retail bond options in Singapore.

  • On The Sidelines: Personal Finance Websites

    Homeowners are probably wondering whether to refinance their home mortgage to keep their interest payments as low as possible. One tool some of them are using are personal finance sites. But how much should you rely on these sites? Money Mind’s Winnie Pascual finds out.

A Safe Haven

Sep 19, 2015

Are you thinking of investing in retail bonds? We check out how the Singapore Savings Bond compare against other bonds. And, how much should you rely on personal finance sites for your key money solutions. Plus, how are companies gearing up for the Asean Economic Community?  

  • In Focus: Singapore Labour

    Wages in Singapore continue to outpace productivity gains despite government efforts to reverse this trend. Money Mind's Jonathan Peeris examines what will happen to Singapore’s economic competitiveness if this trend continues.

  • Sector Watch: Singapore Healthcare Stocks - Where is the Growth?

    A number of Singapore healthcare companies, such as Raffles Medical, have expanded into China in search of greener pastures. Why is China seen as the promised land of growth for these Singapore players? Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit checks it out.

  • Property Corner: EC Ceiling

    Take-up at new launches of executive condominiums has been muted since last year due to abundant supply.  But the raising of the income-ceiling limit for buyers of ECs to S$14,000 promises to be a game changer. And how will this impact the mass-market condominiums?  Money Mind’s Winnie Pascual finds out. 

Mixed Signals

Sep 12, 2015

Is Singapore losing its economic competitiveness - as wage rises outpace productivity gains? And, the executive condominium market hots up as the income ceiling is adjusted.