26 January

MAS surprises by tightening monetary policy to curb inflation outside cycle- in an unexpected move 25th January Tuesday, the Monetary Authority of Singapore was prompted by the rise in inflation level to tighten its monetary policy. Nominal Effective Exchange Rate (S$NEER) policy band was raised slightly, which translates into a steeper slope or rate of appreciation […]

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03 January

Dad faces $20000 credit card bill from daughter’s Genshin impact gaming – Mr Lim Cheng Mong was surprised to receive a bank call to inform him that he was overdue in more than $20,000 payment on his credit card. At first I thought I was scammed, but the credit card company said these were all […]

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07 October

When in your 30s. this often means hitting milestones in your life that come with a hefty price tag; getting married, buying a home, having children, saving for your children’s education and many other competing demands for your money. So How to SAVE and INVEST? Faced with mounting expenses, it is no wonder that the […]

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06 March

Scientists want to inoculate every adult in one Austrian district, in a real-world test of how the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine works against the variant first seen in South Africa. Read more at https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/04/world/europe/austria-south-africa-variant.html

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25 February

As more Americans get the coronavirus vaccine, many are wondering just how much longer we are expected to wear masks. Dr. Anthony Fauci raised some eyebrows this weekend when he said we will probably be wearing masks or face coverings into 2022, but local medical experts agree – it will likely be a while before […]

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