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How Singapore investors can stay defensive in a post-Trump world

Michelle Zhu
Michelle Zhu11/11/2016 05:02 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
How Singapore investors can stay defensive in a post-Trump world
SINGAPORE (Nov 11): Donald Trump’s notorious US presidential win on Wednesday will surely raise volatility for Singapore’s equities, says DBS Vickers Securities.
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SINGAPORE (Nov 11): Donald Trump’s notorious US presidential win on Wednesday will surely raise volatility for Singapore’s equities, says DBS Vickers Securities.

This is largely because the chances of a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) approval under Trump are now slim – and thus could affect the long-term growth prospects of Singapore.

“The prospect of Trump enforcing his protectionist stance on global trade is negative for export-reliant Singapore, which is already suffering from weaker exports,” say analysts Joanne Goh and Janice Chua in a Thursday note.

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