Like the deep roots of a mighty oak amid a ferocious storm, the strong capital reserves of Singapore’s banks should stabilise their credit position despite a harrowing 2Q20. PhillipCapital research analyst Tay Wee Kuang has therefore maintained his “neutral” call on the Singapore banking sector. Recovery in business, he says, will benefit non-interest income as banks are likely to be past troughs in income levels. 

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