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Singapore’s stock market needs no introduction. One of the strongest economies in the world, with incredible first-world infrastructure comparable, or even way better than some equally-leading economies, the Singapore stock market is needless to say, a brilliant place for you to invest your dough. Singapore Stock Exchange The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has a number of different departments.  The SGX ETS (Electronic Trading System) provides trading access across the globe – 80 percent of the customers on this system are from outside Singapore. Singapore Stock Market The FTSE Straits Times Index (STI) is one of the biggest stock market indices for investing in the Singapore market. It is the benchmark index for the Singapore stock market and gives the performance of the largest 30 companies listed on the Singapore Exchange. The index covers a broad range of indices.

In a 2012 survey conducted by Mindshare, a global media and marketing services firm, found that 72% of Singaporeans felt they “cannot afford to get sick due to high medical expenses.” Even with insurance, government schemes such as Medisave and...
Singapore is one of the most recommended business destinations in Asia, where global businesses want to incorporate their new branches as well as deal with leading brands and corporate giants to increase approach of their businesses. With this aim,...
Roxanne Chia, founder of chic jewellery store Trouvee Favourite Food Haunts My home, really. My partner and I love to cook and it’s also healthier. We get to decide what really goes into our bodies and what suits our mood for...
While males still dominate the top lists of billionaires, we cannot deny that women are climbing their way up to be among the richest people in the world. We are all aware of Bill Gates and others like him; but...
Gone are the days where sitting at your desk from 9 to 6 produce maximum efficiency and effectiveness. Today, the importance of collaboration and networking has actively spread throughout the corporate world. Start-ups, SMEs and even MNCs can be...
The Association of Banks in Singapore published a proposal on 4 December to improve the way it calculates SIBOR. SIBOR stands for Singapore Interbank Offered Rate, and is simply an interest rate that banks in Singapore charge to one...
This article originally appeared on ValuePenguin As the need for domestic workers is increasing in Singapore, some households have turned to hiring transfer domestic workers (aka: direct hires). These are foreign domestic workers (FDW) who are already living in Singapore...
Since the Singaporean government announced its intention to convert the country into a cashless society, there have been many reports and speculations on how this goal could be achieved. While many pundits have correctly identified some of the challenges that...
Just like any employer-employee relationship, your relationship with your domestic worker also has its own set of protocols and etiquettes that are important to maintain. There are things you should and shouldn't do if you want to maintain a...
Two of DBS’ women leaders: (from left) Soh Siew Choo, Managing Director and Head of Consumer Banking and Big Data Analytics Technology, and Lee Yan Hong, Managing Director and Head of Group Human Resources. In celebration of International Women's Day...
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