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How to Invest In Gold In Singapore

Some people have asked me what are the different ways to invest in gold in Singapore and also which is the best way. In this gold-related article, I shall list out the ways that an individual can do so along with the pros and cons of each method. This article is meant to be introductory, […]

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Dual Currency Trading for SGX ETFs

On 15 June, Singapore Exchange (SGX) will have dual currency trading for selected ETFs. This will make it easier for investors to trade foreign-currency denominated ETFs as they can now buy it in Singapore dollars and not deal with the hassle of converting currencies. This will help provide investors with trading flexibility in accessing ETFs […]

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Launch of Lyxor Indonesia and Thailand ETF

Lxyor has recently launched two new ETFs, one for Indonesia and the other for Thailand. Both are swap-based and have a trading currency of USD. The ETFs have an annual management fee of 0.55% and 0.45% respectively. This brings the total number of ETFs on SGX to 92. The new ETFs offer exposure to Thailand […]

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iShares Asia Local Currency 1-3 Year Bond Index ETF

The iShares Asia Local Currency 1-3 Year Bond Index ETF was listed on SGX on 8th December 2011 last week. The investment objective of iShares Barclays Capital Asia Local Currency 1-3 Year Bond Index ETF is to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, closely correspond to the performance of the Barclays Capital Asia […]

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Pakistan and Bangladesh ETFs launched by Deutsche Bank db X-trackers

Deutsche Bank has launched on Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) the first ever ETFs to be linked to Pakistan and Bangladesh, the MSCI Pakistan Investable Market Index, and the MSCI Bangladesh Investable Market Index. Another two ETFs linked to the MSCI Singapore Investable Market Index and the MSCI Asia Pacific Ex Japan Index were also launched […]

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