What happened? Singapore Savings Bonds (SSBs) appear to have fallen out of favour with investors. with applications for the previous SSB falling to below S$1 billion. Compared to the T-bills and fixed deposits, the SSB allows us to lock in the interest rate for an extended duration of up to 10 years, while retaining the flexibility to redeem anytime. We […]

source: https://thefinance.sg/2024/01/20/interest-rates-remain-volatile-worth-waiting-for-the-next-ssb/