Is this the worst ETF of all time?

A popular ETF-like investment is designed to protect against portfolio losses in the event of a stock market crash. But most investors have no idea that holding this Exchange Traded Note (ETN) is likely to cost them more money than any market crash ever could. ( read original story ...)

Singapore Budget 2017 – Live Updates, Thoughts & Comments

Following the Singapore Budget live can be difficult, especially for those of you who are stuck in the office rushing out some work deadlines for your uncompromising boss. At the same time, not all announcements would be relevant to you, the average ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Takes Targeted Steps in Budget to Help Spur Growth

Singapore’s Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat outlined a set of targeted measures in his budget speech to help the struggling oil industry and spur construction. The government will bring forward S$700 million ($494 million) worth of infrastructure ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore’s hope of beating Hong Kong in IPOs is a pipe dream

Singapore’s effort to score the 2018 listing of state oil giant Saudi Aramco – expected to be the world’s biggest initial public offering – is the latest show of its ambition to develop an elite global exchange, but analysts say a lack of liquidity ... ( read original story ...)

Live Blog: Singapore Budget 2017

(Photo by Suhaimi Abdullah/Getty Images) Singapore Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat is to deliver his second Budget Statement in Parliament today (Monday, 20 Feb) at 3:30pm. The budget for fiscal year 2017, which starts from April to March, will address the ... ( read original story ...)

Finance companies' shares soar on new relaxed rules

Singapore's three finance companies are sleepy no more. The prices of all three rocketed as much as 32 per cent the past two days from Monday after the Monetary Authority of Singapore said it was relaxing rules on finance companies to spur them to ... ( read original story ...)