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  1. Hi, i am a newbie in investment. Are there any SGS right now which i can invest and will give a coupon rate of > 3% with maturity in 2 years? Thanks in advance for all advises.
  2. I just received MOM letter advising me of this. now headache dunno what to do. any thoughts guys?
  3. A new Bond is being issued in Singapore. Let's not start with the James Bond jokes. https://secure.fundsupermart.com/main/bond/bond-info/factsheet.svdo;FSMAPPID=wqTF3FdKG6YkmxI0t8GWCCSl2k25du3El4lWB39_yrmJoeyM9Py7!1867248078?DCSext.dept=21&WT.mc_id=58861&issueCode=JK5852351 I like the rate but as I don't undestand bonds I won't be investing. As I understand it although the coupon rate is 5.3% annually the price of the bond can go down as well. So at the end of the investment period money can be lost. Is that correct? Or can anyone provide a simple short version of ho
  4. LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The next James Bond movie will be delayed indefinitely due to "uncertainty" from the still unfinished auction of MGM, the movie studio behind the film series, producers said on Monday. The so far untitled movie, which will be the 23rd in the series about the British spy, had been due for release in 2011 or 2012. James Bond is one of MGM's most lucrative franchises. But Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, the producers of James Bond, said in a joint statement, "Due to the continuing uncertainty surrounding the future of MGM and the failure to close a sale
  5. Came across this link in my facebook. https://moolahsense.com/running-campaign.php?company=Beauty Clicked, and woots... a bond that promises 21% returns per year. And already raised 82% of its required capital?? My first thoughts... why does the company raising the funds want to give 21% interest? Loan sharks is only 24% afterall!! 2nd thoughts. Deal sounds too good to be true for the investors. Damn bloody risky. But with just a simple video and wall of text, they can get $200K? S'poreans money very easy to take.
  6. HONG KONG—Chinese financial regulators this year slashed red tape and laid out the welcome mat for global bond investors, hoping to lure fresh cash into the country’s $9 trillion market. But new players have been slow to accept the invitation, wary about lingering ambiguity over the rules and how they will be enforced. “There are still too many layers of regulation,” said Jean-Charles Sambor, deputy head of emerging-market fixed income at BNP Paribas Investment Partners in London, which manages $1.2 billion in assets. Mr. Sambor said he is interested in China’s domestic bond market, but isn
  7. For those who dislike risky investments and wished money can grow more: http://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/singapore-savings-bonds-rolled-out-for-first-issue Singapore Savings Bonds rolled out for first issue The MAS is set to issue between $2 billion and $4 billion of SSBs this year across three planned issuances.ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG PUBLISHED2 HOURS AGO Wong Wei Han SINGAPORE - The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) rolled out the first issue of Singapore Savings Bond (SSBs) on Tuesday (Sept 1), promising a 2.63 per cent average annual return if they are hel
  8. http://www.malaysiaedition.net/ballpen-gun-not-e-cigarette-behind-mysterious-death-in-bintulu-market/ Made in HK in 1960s. http://www.retonthenet.co.uk/vintage-toy-carded-707-special-agent-ballpen-ball-pen-gun-redbox-toys-circa-1960s-007-james-bond-style-4498-p.asp
  9. What happened to angmoh standard of Human Rights? Britain's MI6 aided torture of Nepal Maoists, book claims British authorities funded a four-year-long intelligence operation in Nepal that led to Maoist rebels being arrested, tortured and killed during the country's civil war, according to the author of a new book on Kathmandu. Launched in 2002, "Operation Mustang" targeted Maoist guerillas and saw British intelligence agency MI6 fund safe houses and provide training in surveillance and counter-insurgency tactics to Nepal's army and spy agency, the National Investigation Depart
  10. fans of james bond, can start collecting miniature 1:43 diecast metal cars from 7-11 every week. just bought the 1st model out, a bmw z8 from the bond movie, the world is not enough for S4.90 2nd issue lotus espirit driven by roger moore 3rd issue aston marttin DB5 driven by sean connery (this is the ultimate bond car) 4th issue jaguar XKR driven by the villan Zao
  11. bond free....as free as the wind blows....as free as the grass grow...
  12. LONDON - A US car enthusiast has bought James Bond's famous Aston Martin car, complete with ejector seat and revolving number plates, at auction in London for more than four million dollars. The 1964 silver Aston Martin DB5 was driven by Sean Connery when he played the fictional British spy in the films "Goldfinger" (1964) and "Thunderball" (1965). US collector Harry Yeaggy flew into Britain for Wednesday's sale and outbid his rivals to buy the car for 2.6 million pounds (S$5.3 million). Click here to find out more! This was less than its pre-sale estimate of more than five mi
  13. The mantle of "world's most famous car" is a heavy one indeed. But if any single automobile ever created deserved the honorific, surely it's the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 used on-screen in the production of the iconic 007 films Goldfinger and Thunderball. And in case you were disappointed at having missed the opportunity to get your hands on one of the stunt cars, the real thing is now up for grabs in London, where RM and Sotheby's will be auctioning it off to the highest bidder. The car in question was prepared by Aston Martin for use in the Bond films. After that it went back to the manufac
  14. Anyone heard of the above?? Seem to be an additive to engine oil to enhance efficiency. Good?? Available for sale any where? Distributed by Profitable Group, the co that bought over Liverpool FC. Got a call from some guy asking me to invest in this. Dunno what kind of investment scheme it is...Curious...
  15. At a gathering with singapore's youth at the Istana yesterday, Nathan mixed with his youthful guests and talked about his experiences including his handling of the Laju terrorist incident in 74' which then elicited this response from NUS undergrad Mallory Ho, 21 " I thought of him as James Bond"!! Nathan may then have told her "shaken but not stirred, Moneypenny" lol
  16. Escaped terrorist helps Singaporeans bond Wah, let a terrorist escape can actually be a GOOD thing! Help the people bond! Maybe we should let a few more escape then. Once a year, have an Allow a Terrorist to Escape Day to facilitate national bonding. From the Straits Times: "S'poreans' response as 'one people' lauded THE response by Singaporeans to Mas Selamat's escape from detention is a good example of how the community should respond in such a situation, said Senior Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Zainul Abidin Rasheed yesterday. He said people's reactions to the inc
  17. Hi, Anyone knows what is the necklance that the bond girl wore through the bond show? Very much appreciated for any info.
  18. Ukraine's Olga Kurlyenko picked as new 'Bond girl' LOS ANGELES - IN the secretive world of movie spy James Bond, the 'Bond girl' for the new instalment in the movie series had been top secret, but on Monday Bond's backers said Ukrainian bombshell Olga Kurylenko is the actress. Columbia Pictures, the film studio behind the popular movies about the British secret agent, said the 28 year-old Kurylenko has been cast in one of the most coveted roles in the movies - 007's sidekick for the still untitled Bond flick. The film, which is the 22nd in the series that dates back
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