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  1. Millennials sitting and talking

    How investing in tech-savvy millennials can pay off

    Tech-savvy millennials have become the largest and most educated population in the world. As consumers, they are reshaping the way businesses ...
  2. grab ceo

    Commentary: What’s behind Grab’s reported SPAC listing

    Grab’s decision to opt for an SPAC listing rather than an IPO may seem strange to some, but it is a timely and strategic move, says Li Jianggan.
  3. semiconductor chips file photo

    Investment outlook for semiconductors amid rising global chip demand

    Semiconductor companies may not be as headline-grabbing as their big tech counterparts such as Apple, Google and Facebook. But, as Money Mind ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: A collection of bitcoin (virtual currency) tokens are displayed in this picture illustr

    Bitcoin: Boom or bust?

    Bitcoin has been on a rollercoaster ride over the past few months. What do you need to know if you’re thinking of investing in the cryptocurrency?
  5. The deal would give CapitaLand assets under management of more than Sg$116 billion

    Commentary: CapitaLand’s restructuring could provide higher returns for shareholders

    CapitaLand's restructuring makes it more asset light. This is the Holy Grail of businesses these days, says David Kuo.
  6. singapore dollar bank notes

    Commentary: When and what to buy? At what age? Investing for retirement in a COVID-19 economy

    Your investment strategy should be based on an understanding of market fundamentals, the long-term outlook and your age, says Patrick Chang.
  7. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: The logo of the Bitcoin digital currency is seen in a shop in Marseille

    Commentary: Bitcoin, the 12-year-old bubble that could eventually be worth nothing

    In contrast to other assets like gold, Bitcoin is purely speculative. Its value is whatever markets say it is, says Willem H Buiter.
  8. laptop phone invest finance chart graph stock value

    Commentary: Letting a robo-adviser decide how to invest your money is a double-edged sword

    With the rise of FinTech, more people are turning to robo-advisers but this prevents people from being financially literate, says SUTD’s Gordon Tan.