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Get tips on investing amid rising interest rates

Published on Apr 30, 2014 7:43 PM
The inaugural The Sunday Times Invest Seminar, held at Fairmont Singapore on 14 April 2012, offered investment insights from panellists (from left) Mr Goh Eng Yeow, senior correspondent from The Straits Times, DBS’ Mr Philip Wee, a senior currency economist, Ms Lee Su Shyan, money editor at The Straits Times, Mr Brandon Lam, DBS’ head of consumer investment and insurance product; and Mr Ignatius Low, news editor at The Straits Times, who moderated the panel discussion. -- ST FILE PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

A group of financial commentators and experts from The Sunday Times and DBS Bank will be speaking at The Sunday Times Invest Seminar on May 10.

This is the third such annual seminar organised by The Straits Times Money Desk and is aimed at giving retail investors practical ideas and tips on how to invest their money.

This year's theme is the US Federal Reserve's plan to gradually reverse its monetary stimulus policy, a move which will eventually lead to higher interest rates.

Investors are already having to cope with funds flowing out of emerging markets to the developed economies. How should investors cope amid a rate hike that is likely to kick in next year?

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