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Singapore Weekly : Ripley’s Believe It Or Not ?

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Believe it or not, we are nearly haze free. Narrowly missing out on a technical recession, GDP grew 0.1% QoQ in 3Q15 although we shall know the truth next month between 18-25 Nov… Continue reading

No Central Bank Left Behind – Singapore MAS's Surprise MPS

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MAS joins in the fray ! and the SNB, ECB and FED fireworks !! No Central Bank will be left behind. http://washpost.bloomberg.com/Story?docId=1376-NIV2006KLVRL01-2EOEJQDAO9HDI647QA393MRC4G Link to statement : http://www.mas.gov.sg/news-and-publications/speeches-and-monetary-policy-statements/2015/monetary-policy-statement-28jan15.aspx#.VMgpmo9-Bmg.facebook For the record, this is not… Continue reading

Forex Focus : The Fair Value of USDSGD

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FOREWORD : If you like this article, please do make a contribution to our site to keep it going. Thank you, from Tradehaven. ***************** USDSGD is at a 2 year high, breaking the… Continue reading

Money Cannot Buy Happiness, Just A Different Set Of Problems – USDSGD

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My friend, the Retired Trader, was giving me an analogy about a rich chap who is not happy (as opposed to unhappy) but mightily relieved at his own set of problems. Problems like… Continue reading

SGD Rates And Bonds Weekly

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Economic News 3Q Final GDP +1.3% QoQ vs expected -0.3% 3Q Final GDP +5.8% YoY vs expected +5.3% Oct CPI +0.2% MoM vs expected +0.2% Oct CPI +2% YoY vs expected +2.1% Oct… Continue reading

SGD Rates and Bonds Weekly

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Economic News Sep Retail Sales Ex Auto +0.3% YoY vs expected +1.8% Sep Retail Sales +0.5% MoM vs expected +1.0% Sep Retail Sales -5.9% YoY vs expected -4.4% Oct Electronics Exports -1.4% YoY… Continue reading

SGD Rates And Bonds Weekly

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Economic News Jul CPI +0.3% MoM vs expected +0.6% Jul CPI +1.9% YoY vs expected +2.1% Jul Industrial Production -1.9% MoM vs expected -0.1% Jul Industrial Production +2.7% YoY vs expected +1.8% IRS… Continue reading

USDSGD – The CPI Inflexion Point

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SINGAPORE JULY CPI 1.9% YoY vs expected 2.1%. SINGAPORE JULY CPI 0.3% MoM vs expected 0.6%. Aug. 23 (Bloomberg) — Gains in food and transportation costs contributed to quicker inflation, Statistics Department said… Continue reading