SINGAPORE (July 1): The high drama and sudden moves of Singapore’s 2020 general elections may have enthralled the general public, but investors are unlikely to be moved by the republic’s unusual election. All eyes are instead turned to the US presidential elections in November, which analysts expect to have a greater impact on Singapore markets. 

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