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Bank of Singapore: 70% chance MAS’ FX policy will remain unchanged

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Following two consecutive rounds of easing and an improved core inflation outlook, Bank of Singapore believes there’s a 70% chance that the Monetary of Singapore (MAS) will keep its FX policy in tact. According to the bank, MAS is likely to maintain the SGD NEER (nominal effective exchange rate) policy band’s neutral slope for two reasons. First, it is more…

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