In The Money

Should I go for T-bills, Singapore Savings Bonds or fixed deposits?

This fortnightly column addresses readers’ investing issues.

While investors are familiar with fixed deposits, Singapore Savings Bonds took off this year with attractive yields. PHOTO: UNSPLASH
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Q: I’ve taken up some Singapore Savings Bonds. Should I add some T-bills to my portfolio as they are very popular?

As stock markets turned volatile, many investors lost their appetite for equities and turned to safer and more “boring” products.

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