New 6-Month Singapore T-Bill Yield in End-February 2024 to be Lower at 3.55% (for the Singaporean Savers)
By Investment Moats  •  February 22, 2024
A Singapore Treasury Bill issue (BS24104T) will be auctioned on Thursday, 29 February 2024. If you wish to subscribe successfully, get your order via Internet banking (Cash, SRS, CPF-OA, CPF-SA) or in person (CPF) by 28th February. You can view the details at MAS here. In the past, I have shared with you the virtues of the Singapore T-bills, their ideal uses, and how to subscribe to them here: How to Buy Singapore 6-Month Treasury Bills (T-Bills) or 1-Year SGS Bonds. The cut-off yield successful Tbill bidders can earn is 3.66%. If you select a non-competitive bid, you may be pro-rated the amount you bid and would yield 3.66%. If you would like to ensure you secured all that you bid, it will be better to select a competitive bid, but you need to get your bid right. In competitive bidding, if your bid is lower than the eventual cut-off yield (in...
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