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MAS expected to make a 'double-barrelled' move in upcoming S$NEER announcement amid slower growth and higher inflation

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner4/6/2022 7:45 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
MAS expected to make a 'double-barrelled' move in upcoming S$NEER announcement amid slower growth and higher inflation
Samuel Issac Chua/The Edge Singapore
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Rising price pressures has pushed inflation to the forefront in many countries.

This follows the strong global economic recovery, supply-side bottlenecks and more recently, the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Collectively, these factors have driven global commodity prices up significantly, observes Irvin Seah, senior economist at DBS Bank.

He notes that elevated imported inflation levels will eventually spill over into Singapore’s dynamics.

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