Singapore investors reducing their cash savings as inflation bites

A recent survey found that 46 per cent of respondents here are investing to offset their finances from rising living costs. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE – Investors are adjusting their strategies as they grapple with inflation, uncertainty in the global economy and the threat of a recession, noted a recent survey.

It found that 46 per cent of respondents here are investing to offset their finances from rising living costs.

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