With Singapore’s central bank widely expected to keep policy settings unchanged Wednesday amid an economic recovery and strong fiscal support, the city-state’s longer-term outlook will be parsed for signs of future tightening.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), which uses the currency as its main policy tool rather than interest rates, probably will refrain from changing any of the three currency band settings, according to all 16 economists surveyed by Bloomberg.

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