Courtesy of Fundsupermart, where you can purchase SGS Bonds for a small cost. Here we observed the current Singapore Government Bond Yield Ladder for the bonds trading in the market now.
The yield to maturity of the bond with 9.7 years duration is 2.71% and 11.45 years duration is 2.86%. This would probably indicate that the Singapore Savings Bonds to be issued in the next few months may provide a 10 year yield of 2.8%/yr.
Contrast with the table for 13 May this year below. Yield have been inching up. Would people purchase a 10 year SGS bond or Singapore Savings Bonds and lock in a near 3% yield?
This is as close you can get to CPF OA rates (this is slightly higher!)
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