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Chart from Moomoo Singapore

Chart of the Day: Top asset classes women in Singapore invest in

Almost half invest in stocks.

More than four in 10 women (42.2%)  in Singapore have invested in stocks, data from Moomoo Singapore's Women Financial Fitness report showed.

Apart from stocks, Singaporean women also like to invest in bonds (17.2%), exchange-traded funds (ETFs) (14.0%), funds (13.2%), and real estate investment trusts (REITs) (5.2%).

Also part of the top asset classes that women invest in is options (3.5%), leverage products (2.6%), and foreign exchange (1.1%).

The same survey unveiled that women find investing essential for inflation (51.4%), whilst some said it is necessary only if they have contingency funds (19/4%).

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