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A woman was caught using counterfeit S$50 notes- here’s how to tell if a note is fake

Those who suspect they have a counterfeit note must report it to the police, as holding on to these notes is illegal.

Singapore and UK central banks to work together to strengthen cyber security in finance

The central banks could also arrange for staff exchanges.

Singapore FinTech Festival and SWITCH will combine this year to synergise fintech and deep tech solutions

For the first time, the conference will feature sustainability as a theme.

S$20 frenzy: Even the Singapore Mint’s S$280 bicentennial notes sets are oversubscribed

Even spending S$280 at the Singapore Mint can't help you.

Singapore central bank stands pat on monetary policy as growth slows

The central bank alsorevised down its 2019 core inflation forecast to 1 to 2%, from 1.5 to 2.5% previously.

Singapore’s government is launching a new grant to help businesses pay for an IPO and hire equity research analysts

MAS will co-pay 70 per cent of the salaries for fresh graduates hired as equity research analysts.

Singapore central bank bans former Goldman Sachs’ banker for life

The order prevents him from performing any regulated activity under the Securities and Futures Act.

Retirement options get boost from Singapore Savings Bonds

The maximum amount an individual can hold will be raised to S$200,000 from current S$100,000.

Noble Group’s US$3.5 billion restructuring at risk as authorities block new listing

MAS said that "there are significant uncertainties about the financial position of New Noble".