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Singapore dollar could tumble to 2017 low as potential policy easing looms

(Feb 19): Singapore’s currency may tumble to the lowest level since 2017 if the central bank responds as strongly to the spread of the coronavirus as it did to the SARS epidemic two decades ago.

Singapore economy

Government, economists slash growth forecasts as coronavirus outbreak threatens to send Singapore into recession

SINGAPORE (Feb 17): Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) as well as private sector economists have cut the city state’s GDP growth forecasts for 2020.

Singapore economy

Singapore's central bankers may know something we don't: Daniel Moss

(Oct 15): Singapore offers a small ray of light in a faltering global economy.

Singapore economy

MAS eases monetary policy 'slightly' for first time in 3 years

SINGAPORE (Oct 14): The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has eased the monetary policy “slightly” – the first easing in over three years – amid slowing economic growth.

Singapore economy

Singapore central bank is set to join global policy easing tide

(Oct 11): Singapore’s central bank will probably ease monetary policy for the first time in more than three years as a global slowdown continues to weigh on the export-reliant economy.

Singapore economy

Singapore expected to dodge technical recession in 3Q even as economy stalls

SINGAPORE (Oct 3): Amid a stagnating economy and low core inflation, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is widely expected later this month to ease its monetary policy stance for the first t

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