27 Dec '11, 6am

Comparison of online brokerage fees: I am writing this post for my friend who asked me about brokerage fees for

I am writing this post for my friend who asked me about brokerage fees for trading on the Singapore Exchange. Standard Chartered Singapore Terms & Conditions, FAQ Brokerage Fee for Online Transactions: 0.20% for standard customers (or 0.18% for priority customers). No minimum fee. Limitations: You must place funds into a SCB settlement account before you are allowed to transact. Therefore, you can't "contra" with money you don't have. DBS Vickers http://www.dbsvonline.com/english/Pfee.asp?SessionID=&RefNo=&AccountNum=&Alternate=&Level=Public&ResidentType=#2 Standard Online Transactions Minimum Commission: SGD25 SGD50,000 and below: 0.28% SGD50,001 - SGD100,000: 0.22% Above SGD100,000: 0.18% Preferential commission rate of 0.18% or minimum S$18 for all Singapore trades but customer must place funds into a SCB settlement account before trading to enjoy this rate. Philip Secu...

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