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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Singapore Dollar
  • Prev. Close: 1.3752
  • Bid/Ask: 1.3698 / 1.3722
  • Day's Range: 1.3708 - 1.3763
USD/SGD 1.3710 -0.0042 -0.31%

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Day's Range1.3708 - 1.3763
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Aug 15, 2018 2:28AM ET
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In Asia, only Korean Won and Japanese Yen are sustainable, not other currencies such as Singapore$, Rupiah, ******** Peso, HK$, Aussie$, NZ$, esp Yuan most of Asian currencies are getting collapsed:) Won and Yen are sustainable due to their twin surplus ( Account and Trading)
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Yun Sean Aug 15, 2018 2:25AM ET
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Now Shanghai Stock Index is being collapsed. As I've said earlier below, once Yuan crossed 6.9level, foreign capitals visibly are running out of China. Indeed, foreign capitals are fleeing China now. Too much debt everywhere in China cannot be sustainable, Yuan will be over 7.0 level, just a  matter of time. Math Never Tell You A Lie:)
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Yun Sean Aug 13, 2018 3:26AM ET
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Also, Singapore has given too much loans to the Malaysia, Indonesia, and China. That is the weakest and the most serious point of Singapore financial instability. Indonesia is going to bankruptcy before end of 2018.
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Yun Sean Aug 13, 2018 3:23AM ET
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Singapore's 2nd Q GDP Growth, based on Bloomberg report today,  is much worse than market expectations. It only grew 0.6% from 1st Q means that small economy like Singapore indeed (-) growth recorded.
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Yun Sean Aug 13, 2018 3:21AM ET
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Singapore economy is getting too slower and slower, I do not understand that why its Government did impose curbs on its property market two months ago?? :)
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Yun Sean Aug 12, 2018 10:37PM ET
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Singapore economic is getting slower and slower, cannot be sustainable the current level against US$, Korean Won, Yen at the current level, For example, it will be down to the level of 795won level soon:) Bank of Korea will hike its rate:)
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Yun Sean Aug 02, 2018 10:38PM ET
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Singapore$ will be 1.40-1.42$ by the end of 2018 against US$:)
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Yun Sean Aug 02, 2018 12:42AM ET
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DBS missed quarterly earnings estimates. Most likely the main reason is ' bad loans'.  Indonesia is getting into bankruptcy. Singapore banks can collect their loans from Southeast countries and China?:) I do not think so..!
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Yun Sean Jul 31, 2018 2:35AM ET
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Singapore has loaned too much money ( Multi-BillionsUS$) to Indonesia and China. Indonesia foreign currency reserve is getting done in 4months:)
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Yun Sean Jul 31, 2018 12:34AM ET
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Indonesia financial situation is hitting hard and hard Singapore so badly. As you know that Indonesia is getting into national default situation, it will be in the default situation before end of 2018, based on its lack of foreign currency reserve:) Singapore banks have loaned multi-billionsUS$ to Indonesia esp Palm Industry etc:) And Indonesia has no money to pay back for the next decade:)
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Yun Sean Jul 30, 2018 2:00AM ET
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Long story, short, Singapore has no money and no economic growth engines.
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Yun Sean Jul 30, 2018 1:59AM ET
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Daily Briefing: Property sales in August could crash by 40-50%; Singapore data breach hit banks' health.And Temasek joins US$500m funding for co-working space WeWork China...From iCompareLoan:..Property sales in August could crash by around 40% to 50% MoM amidst market slowdown from the cooling measures as well as the hungry ghost festival which starts in August that can make buyers think twice on buying properties, Cushman and Wakefield said...Nonetheless, market fundamentals remain unchanged, noted Cushman & Wakefield. Although geopolitical tensions and the new property cooling measure impact have injected some uncertainty into the market, the property market is still positioned for growth.
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Yun Sean Jul 30, 2018 1:57AM ET
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Singapore's offshore industry recovering, but no return to glory days.Stock Markets2 hours ago (Jul 29, 2018 11:10PM ET).By Aradhana Aravindan and Fathin Ungku..SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A big drag on Singapore's growth in recent years, the embattled offshore and marine industry, has broken a three-year losing streak. Yet industry executives aren't betting on a return to the glory days anytime soon...The industry, along with a top-class finance sector, has been a key pillar of Singapore's economic transformation into a first world economy since independence from British colonial rule in 1965 and a source of national pride. But a 2014 collapse in oil prices has resulted in thousands jobs lost, several defaults and billions of dollars in debt restructurings.
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saji varkey Jul 30, 2018 1:02AM ET
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usdsgd is buy
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saji varkey Jul 30, 2018 12:59AM ET
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usdsdg buy buy buy
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Yun Sean Jul 27, 2018 12:22AM ET
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Long story, short, Singapore has no money and no economic growth engines.
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Yun Sean Jul 27, 2018 12:22AM ET
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Wei Bin Ng  You do not read economic news?:)
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Yun Sean Jul 27, 2018 12:22AM ET
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Wei Bin Ng You don't read economic news?:) Check the hard truths, will get you some reality what is really going on there means Singapore.
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Yun Sean Jul 27, 2018 12:22AM ET
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Wei Bin Ng Indonesia financial situation is hitting hard and hard Singapore so badly. As you know that Indonesia is getting into national default situation, it will be in the default situation before end of 2018, based on its lack of foreign currency reserve:) Singapore banks have loaned multi-billionsUS$ to Indonesia esp Palm Industry etc:) And Indonesia has no money to pay back for the next decade:)
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Singapore has issued US$ 10yr bond based on huge yield 0.78% over US 10yr bond means that its financial stability is getting into problematic situation.
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Passion Trader Jul 18, 2018 1:07AM ET
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Expecting USD/SGD to hit 1.45 by end of 2018.
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Yun Sean Jul 16, 2018 11:43PM ET
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Singapore$ will be depreciated against US$ to the level of 1.5-1.55 in 2years. It will be down to the level of S.Korean Won to the level of 750won, and it will be down to the level of 76-78 yen against Japanese Yen.
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Yun Sean Jul 16, 2018 11:40PM ET
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Sell Singapore$, Aussie$, NZ$, H.K$, buy S.Korean Won, Japanese Yen, US$:) Singapore has no more economic growth engines, I am not exaggerating:) Singapore Gov has been making mistakes again and again esp in the field of its own property market:)
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Based on Bloomberg report today, Malaysia is inching closer to regaining its lead over Singapore’s economy after trailing for a third straight year. The nation’s gross domestic product was $314.5 billion in 2017, about $9.4 billion less than Singapore’s $323.9 billion, according to data from the World Bank. That deficit is set to shrink to just over $2 billion next year as forecasts see Malaysia’s economy expanding by about 5.5 percent in 2018 versus a 3.1 percent increase in Singapore, according to median estimates of economists surveyed by Bloomberg.
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Passion Trader Jul 16, 2018 5:57AM ET
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-07-15/trade-war-s-next-casualty-is-southeast-asia-s-growth-prospects.While economists see steady growth for Singapore in 2018, the second half may stumble. The city-state’s recent property-market curbs could damp sentiment and translate to crimped consumer spending. Singapore may also struggle to buoy the confidence of manufacturers, whose expectations were already lowered after a stronger-than-expected 2017 for global trade..“We had projected slower growth in the second half, but the negative trade developments are increasing the downside risks,” economists at Standard Chartered Plc in Singapore said in a research note last week. “New export orders within the PMI readings have also decelerated.”..https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/eu-and-asean-to-restart-fta-process-pm-lee-10531412.EU-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement failed......
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Dump S$......https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-15/problem-emerges-japanese-stocks-market-whale-now-full.Japan's gargantuan Government Pension Investment Fund (or GPIF) - the largest in the world -  which manages 156 trillion yen. GPIF's portfolio has exceeded its 25% allocation target for domestic stocks for the first time..since 2014, the GPIF has bought an estimated 6.36 trillion yen more in domestic equities than it sold, equal to about 1% of the TSE first section's market value. Domestic investors will dump their shares now that the "whale" is no longer a backstop buyer for Japanese stocks.
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Yun Sean Jul 12, 2018 11:04PM ET
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As I've said that buy S.Korean Won, and Japanese Yen against Singapore$, Aussie$, Ringgit, NZ$, H.K$ Yuan Euro etc:)
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Yun Sean Jul 12, 2018 11:03PM ET
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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's economic growth eased in the second quarter and missed forecasts, preliminary data showed on Friday, as manufacturing activity cooled and worsening U.S.-China trade tensions clouded the outlook for the trade-reliant city-state...Gross domestic product grew 1.0 percent in the second quarter from the previous three months on an annualized and seasonally adjusted basis, the Ministry of Trade and Industry said on Friday, slower than the median forecast of 1.2 percent in a Reuters poll of economists and the downwardly revised 1.5 percent growth in the first quarter.
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