Weekly recap: How will the upcoming Fed meeting affect T-bill and fixed deposit returns?
By Beansprout  •  September 17, 2023
With the Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting coming up next week, the interest rate outlook has come back into focus once again.  Investors have some reason to cheer as the cut-off yield on the latest 6-month Singapore T-bill auction on 14 September rebounded to 3.73%, mirroring higher rates in the US.  It appears that the market is expecting interest rates to stay higher longer for now, with the Fed not seen to be cutting interest rates until June next year.  This has also led to more discussions about cash management accounts and how investments into money market funds can help to generate a potentially higher return compared to savings accounts. We share what we’d consider in choosing a cash management account, and if they are better than T-bills and fixed deposits.  As F1 Singapore Grand Prix swings into high gear, we find out which Singapore REITs may potentially benefit from the...
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