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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

  • Say No To Scams

    Quite regularly we read or hear of investors falling for investment scams. Chor Khieng Yuit examines how con artists work and looks at how investors can better spot and protect themselves from investment fraud.

  • Global Risk Factors

    The risk of an unsteady global economic recovery is what financial markets are most fearful of. As one of the top concerns on the minds of investors – Frederick Lim consulted a panel of experts for their views on global outlook.

  • Rise Of Robotics

    The use of robots has been on the rise in the last five years as technological advancements have enabled them to adapt to almost every industry.  Jonathan Peeris takes a closer look at how robots are getting closer to doing what humans think only they can do..

Taking It Easy

May 14, 2016

Investment scams play on personal greed - we profile victims who try to go for easy money but end up as easy prey. And, is the global economic recovery faltering? Plus - the more that work processes can be automated, the more it can be done by a robot. Money Mind Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

  • Philippine Economy Post-Aquino

    The Philippines saw a period of sustained economic resurgence under the stewardship of President Benigno Aquino. As Filipinos go to the polls, Chor Khieng Yuit was in Philippines to find out whether a new political leadership will mean a new direction for the economy.

  • Business Process Outsourcing

    Overseas remittances have kept the Philippine economy from going into recession even during the global financial crisis in 2009.But, as Chor Khieng Yuit finds out, business process outsourcing is poised to emerge as an even bigger growth driver.

  • New MICE Destination: Iloilo

    lloilo City aims to put itself on the map for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions or MICE business. Will this upstart be able to pose a strong challenge to established MICE destinations like Singapore and Thailand?

Philippines Special

May 7, 2016

As Filipinos go to the polls – the future direction of a resurgent economy is also on the ballot box. And we were also in the Philippines to find out about growth sectors and business opportunities. Money Mind Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

  • Singapore Prime Property

    Singapore policy makers have repeatedly said that the property cooling measures currently in place are set to stay – at least for now. But interest in prime property is growing. Frederick Lim finds out why.

  • Oil at US$100 a barrel?

    1 to 2 million barrels a day - that is how much crude oil production is in excess today. Chor Khieng Yuit finds out if the days of US$100 a barrel oil are over?

  • Cruising in Asia

    Rising incomes in Asia have made taking regular holidays a must for many. And increasingly more and more are opting to go on a cruise. Jonathan Peeris boards a luxury cruise liner to find out the appeal of the high seas.

Taking It On

Apr 30, 2016

Taking a cruise – it’s becoming the “in”-thing for Asians. And, property cooling measures are still firmly in place – but Singapore’s high-end real estate is seeing growing interest. And, is oil ever going back to $100 per barrel?

  • Green Buildings

    Air-conditioning is a heavy user of energy – and huge on electricity bills. Especially when it comes to entire buildings. Jonathan Peeris looks at how installing energy-efficient air-con systems can help save money – and the environment.

  • Food Waste Recycling

    800,000 tons of food waste was produced in Singapore in 2015. Charmaine Jacob examines how innovative recycling methods can make food waste reusable. 

  • Interview With Lord Ronald Oxburgh

    Dawn Tan chats with world-renowned water technology expert Lord Ronald Oxburgh, about Singapore’s rise to become a global hydrohub.

Earth Day Special

Apr 23, 2016

We take water too much for granted. We chat with a world-renown expert on water technology, Lord Ronald Oxburgh, on water shortage and security issues. And we also check on how food waste can be converted into water. Plus, how greening your use of equipment can save you money.

  • Offshore Companies

    Stashing money in offshore companies. In the wake of the Panama Papers leak Chor Khieng Yuit explores the thin line between what’s legal and what’s not when companies and individuals offshore their money.

  • Crowdfunding

    Crowdfunding has become increasingly popular as a way to raise funds quickly. Jonathan Peeris examines what comes with this speedy way of raising money. 

  • Interview With Minister S Iswaran

    Is manufacturing losing its relevance in Singapore? Minister of Trade & Industry S. Iswaran explains why manufacturing remains a key pillar of Singapore’s economy. 

Hide & Seek

Apr 16, 2016

Hiding money in offshore companies – where’s the thin line between what’s legal and what’s not? And if you need funds in a hurry – one crowdfunding firm says its record is $120,000 raised in 8 minutes. And we chat with Singapore Minister for Trade & Industry S Iswaran on why manufacturing remains a key pillar in the economy.

  • Homeland Security Providers

    Homeland security products are in demand as governments across the world step up the fight against terrorism. Chor Khieng Yuit delves into homeland security as an investment theme.

  • Wealth Apps

    Financial technology apps on our mobile phone enable us to do monetary transactions without having to step into a bank . And now, the latest segment to get an app – wealth management. Jonathan Peeris finds out how technology may transform the way we invest.

  • Changing Fortunes – Ken Lim

    From big bucks to bankruptcy. Founder of Five Star Tours, Ken Lim, lost everything when his company went bust. He even landed in jail. But even in his darkest hours he maintained a never-say-die attitude – all the while striving for a business comeback. 

Investing In Security

Apr 9, 2016

The thinking is no longer whether terrorist attacks will happen – but when will they happen. And as terrorism fears rise so do the stocks of security providers. And, meet Ken Lim - Once the big boss of Five Star Tours now a bankrupt. But by no means down and out. Money Mind Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.