CPF money is your money, says Chuan-Jin

In blog post, he also explains why Minimum Sum is increasing. -ST

12 Sentosa Cove luxury villas relaunched at a discount

Developer Ximeng Land giving 5% discount for remaining 12 luxury villas on Pearl Island. -BT

Living next door to mum on the cards

The Government must do more to help families to live close to each other, Mr Khaw said, and sought public feedback about giving them priority and grants in getting their flats. -My Paper

Buyers snap up Panorama condo units

Success of relaunch at Ang Mo Kio a matter of pricing it right, say analysts. -ST

Asian millionaires turn to independent wealth advisers

A growing number of Asia's millionaires are turning to independent wealth advisers, who offer professional advice for a fee. -AFP

Experts say rule of law will unlock economic potential

Experts note that enhancing the rule of law will create a more transparent business environment and improve market efficiency. -China Daily/ANN

Positive US data sets the stage for Asia rebound

Strategists from major banks and fund houses are urging punters to soldier on in the face of heightened volatility. -My Paper

Housing supply to slow further

Calls to re-examine property cooling measures. -My Paper

Local start-up GNum gets $7m in funding

GlobalRoam developed a patent-pending technology that allows voice calls to be made from virtually any electronic device. -My Paper

New iPhones deliver big profits for Apple

The company reported that profit rose 13 per cent to S$10.8 billion in the fiscal fourth quarter ending September 27. -AFP

At 23, NSF is already a stock market veteran

Self-taught investor admits to mistakes but is driven by passion. -ST

Bonds bounce back as bourses get battered

Regulatory changes mean more options for retail investors. -ST

S'pore investors turning wary amid bad news

Survey finds them more pessimistic than their HK counterparts. -ST

Having just enough plastic is fantastic

Get discounts and more, but you need to play your cards right. -ST

25 per cent fewer BTO flats next year, more priority for families who want to live near one another

The Government will continue to reduce the number of new Build-to-Order flats, launching 25 per cent fewer next year. -ST

Japan ruling coalition ally seeks fresh stimulus to deal with weak yen

The junior partner in Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition government on Monday called for steps to stimulate an economy hit. -Reuters

Most consumers satisfied with telecom services in Singapore: Survey

Consumers displayed a high level of awareness regarding the terms and fees of telecom services in Singapore.