• Renting a Car this Chinese New Year? The T&Cs Could Really Screw You Over

    Renting a car is much cheaper and should save you from years of debt. Many rental car companies claim to provide unlimited third-party liability. This is to ensure that only major claims are brought to the insurance company. For example, if you, as the insured person has an excess of $500 and the total repair costs are …

  • The 3 Best Credit Card Promotions Happening Right Now

    With so many promotions going on right now, we thought it best to provide you with an up to date list of the 3 best credit card promotions right now. Throughout the year, we’ll be updating this article as new credit card promotions are announced. When it comes to food, it can get very subjective, but it’s pretty clear …

  • 4 Ways Your Significant Other Can Actually Help You Save Money

    Good news: that doesn’t have to be the case. If both of you are committed to saving money, get ready to harness the Power of Two in order to save some serious cash. When there are buy 2 get 1 free sales, there’s a higher chance you’ll need 2 of the same item.

  • 3 Best Cash Back Credit Cards in Singapore

    Money doesn’t grow on trees, but with the number of cashback credit cards in Singapore, it sure feels like it. Instead of the reward points system that many cards offer, cashback credit cards give you a cash rebate. Cash rebates work much better than rewards points because they usually don’t expire, and you don’t have …

  • Shell Petrol Discounts in Singapore – Which Credit Card is Best?

    To get the most credit card discounts at Shell , use HSBC credit cards . In particular, if you are a HSBC Premier customer, then the HSBC Premier MasterCard is the card to beat. Unfortunately, if you’re ...

  • Caltex Petrol Discounts in Singapore – Which Credit Card is Best?

    It’s not a secret that Caltex has one of the highest petrol prices in Singapore, but did you know that it also gives the one of the highest credit card petrol discounts ? For Caltex, you should use the ...

  • Esso Petrol Discounts in Singapore – Which Credit Card is Best?

    Facebook Twitter Google+ You would think that having a co-branded credit card like the DBS Esso MasterCard would automatically make it the first choice when buying petrol from Esso. As it turns out, that’s ...

  • Singapore Credit Card Interest Rates Going Up – Do You Know How Much You’re Getting Charged?

    Facebook Twitter Google+ Last time, policemen wore shorts. Forget that, now we’ll be saying, “Last time, credit card interest rate only 24%”. This year will be remembered for many things – Ebola, ISIS ...

  • HSBC Credit Cards in Singapore – MoneySmart’s Recommended Top 3 Cards

    Facebook Twitter Google+ HSBC Credit Cards may not have the recognition that a lot of the local banks do, but that doesn’t mean that they are anywhere near lousy. So, apart from going to a credit card ...

  • Since You Can’t Avoid Paying Your Utility Bills, Here’s How You Can Get Some Money Back

    Facebook Twitter Google+ Bills, bills, bills. The one thing that keeps SingPost workers employed and also serves as an alternative to 3-ply toilet paper. But did you know that with a credit card and a ...

  • You still have plenty of time to make small adjustments to your everyday life that can result in a big impact on your travel fund. Make your vacation fund separate from other savings and checking accounts. Factor saving for travel into your budget, and then automate deposits into your vacation fund so you don't have to …

  • Use a cash back credit card. Some people sign up for multiple cash back credit cards and use whichever one provides the best discount for each purchase, but I just use one that gives 2 percent back on everything.

  • In fact, it's never been easier to do so, thanks to the long-dependable automatic deposit and the advent of smartphone deposits and online services such as PayPal.com and Google Wallet to transfer money to another bank account. "Over the past two decades, banks have worked incredibly hard to remove people from their lobbies …

  • credit cards

    It doesn't take much effort to find dozens or even hundreds of credit card offers. All you have to do is visit the websites of the largest credit card issuers, such as JP Morgan Chase, Citibank and Bank of America. Here are five clear signs of a credit card you should skip right past. Reward programs are common features …

  • Lifestyle inflation is a natural part of growing up. Promotions, raises and bonuses offer millennials (and members of all generations) the opportunity to start living more comfortably, or even extravagantly. While the lifestyle inflation creep often sends personal finance enthusiasts into a panic, millennials can embrace …

  • When he was 14 years old, Thomas Frank learned a valuable lesson about saving money. In addition to blogging, Frank hosts "The College Info Geek" podcast and the "Listen Money Matters" podcast.

  • At the end of last tax season, the average tax refund was $2,847. In other words, when you get a massive tax refund, it means you've loaned the government money from your paychecks throughout the year. A tax refund generally indicates you've paid Uncle Sam too much with each paycheck. Starting in January, you decide …

  • What that retirement will look like is up to our individual passions, plans and how we choose to spend our hard-earned free time.

  • Life is anything but simple for members of the U.S. military: They frequently move, work odd hours, travel often or even live overseas, which means their financial situation can change dramatically from one moment to the next. Once deployed, simple financial transactions like ATM withdrawals, check deposit and money transfers …

  • credit cards

    We've all heard the advice: Use credit cards wisely. Are you guilty of any of the following five bad credit card habits? Some people use credit cards with the mindset that "it doesn't count" if it's paid for with plastic instead of cash, says Gina Pogol, senior marketing manager with LendingTree.com, who was also a loan …

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Market Data

  • Currencies
    Currencies
    NamePriceChange% Chg
    1.3628+0.0002+0.01%
    USDSGD=X
    1.5258+0.001+0.06%
    EURSGD=X
    2.1040+0.0003+0.01%
    GBPSGD=X
    87.7859-0.0127-0.01%
    SGDJPY=X
    5.6910-0.0009-0.02%
    SGDHKD=X
    2.6536-0.0004-0.01%
    SGDMYR=X
    9,530.7559-1.3789-0.01%
    SGDIDR=X
    4.5974-0.0007-0.01%
    SGDCNY=X
    1.0645+0.0006+0.06%
    AUDSGD=X
  • Commodities
    Commodities
    NamePriceChange% Chg
    1,215.00+4.00+0.33%
    GCM15.CMX
    16.620.00-0.02%
    SIK15.CMX
    76.94+1.10+1.45%
    ^XAU
    2.69-0.01-0.24%
    HGK15.CMX
    49.52+1.35+2.80%
    CLJ15.NYM
  • Bonds
    Bonds
    TreasuryYield (%)Yield Change
    1.50-0.02
    ^FVX
    2.00-0.01
    ^TNX
    2.60-0.01
    ^TYX

MARKET MOVERS

  • Most Actives
    Most Actives
    NamePriceChange% Chg
    0.975-0.085-8.02%
    N21.SI
    0.405-0.005-1.22%
    E5H.SI
    0.280.000.00%
    5WA.SI
    0.70-0.01-1.41%
    Y92.SI
    0.985+0.005+0.51%
    G13.SI
  • % Gainers
    % Gainers
    NamePriceChange% Chg
    0.17+0.03+21.43%
    40B.SI
    0.24+0.02+11.63%
    B1N.SI
    0.625+0.060+10.62%
    L5I.SI
    0.80+0.07+9.59%
    533.SI
    0.24+0.02+9.09%
    D79.SI
  • % Losers
    % Losers
    NamePriceChange% Chg
    0.42-0.04-8.70%
    CH8.SI
    0.105-0.010-8.70%
    J8O.SI
    0.14-0.01-8.50%
    5TJ.SI
    0.975-0.085-8.02%
    N21.SI
    0.29-0.03-7.94%
    AFC.SI