Daily Briefing: Top bond picks emerge; Chinese nationals snap up Singapore homes

And see where the world's biggest property booms are.

It’s been a rough 15 months for Singapore’s bond market. Local online trading platform iFast Corp. says the losses have created some opportunities. Read more here.

Housing prices in Australasia rose the most last year, with both Australia and New Zealand seeing climbs exceeding 10 percent, while prices slumped in Singapore and Taiwan, Knight Frank said Friday. Find out more here.

Despite facing weaker currencies and slowing economies, mainland Chinese and Malaysians remain the top foreign buyers of Singapore property, revealed DTZ. Find out more here.


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