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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Singapore Dollar
  • Prev. Close: 1.3651
  • Bid/Ask: 1.3706 / 1.3728
  • Day's Range: 1.3644 - 1.3720
USD/SGD 1.3717 +0.0066 +0.48%

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Prev. Close1.3651
Bid1.3706
Day's Range1.3644 - 1.372
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Ask1.3728
52 wk Range1.3009 - 1.3748
1-Year Change - 0.02%
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Time: Jul 19, 2018 05:49AM (GMT -4:00)

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Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Thursday, July 19, 2018
08:30   USD Continuing Jobless Claims   1,730K 1,739K
08:30   USD Initial Jobless Claims   220K 214K
08:30   USD Jobless Claims 4-Week Avg.     223.00K
08:30   USD Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index (Jul)   21.6 19.9
08:30   USD Philly Fed Business Conditions (Jul)     34.8
08:30   USD Philly Fed CAPEX Index (Jul)     36.50
08:30   USD Philly Fed Employment (Jul)     30.4
08:30   USD Philly Fed New Orders (Jul)     17.9
08:30   USD Philly Fed Prices Paid (Jul)     51.80
09:00   USD FOMC Member Quarles Speaks        
09:45   USD Bloomberg Consumer Confidence     58.0
10:30   USD Natural Gas Storage   58B 51B
13:00   USD 10-Year TIPS Auction     0.934%
Friday, July 20, 2018
Tentative   USD OPEC Meeting        
10:30   USD ECRI Weekly Annualized (WoW)     1.5%
10:30   USD ECRI Weekly Index     148.5
13:00   USD U.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count     863
15:30   USD CFTC Copper speculative net positions     14.2K
15:30   USD CFTC Crude Oil speculative net positions     654.5K
15:30   USD CFTC Gold speculative net positions     81.4K
15:30   USD CFTC S&P 500 speculative net positions     172.0K
15:30   USD CFTC Silver speculative net positions     23.7K
 

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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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Yun Sean Jul 16, 2018 11:37PM ET
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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 $2 billion next year as forecasts see Malaysia’s economy expanding by about 5.5 percent in 2018 versus a 3.1 percent increase in Singapore, according to median estimates of economists surveyed by Bloomberg.
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Passion Trader Jul 16, 2018 5:57AM ET
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-07-15/trade-war-s-next-casualty-is-southeast-asia-s-growth-prospects.While economists see steady growth for Singapore in 2018, the second half may stumble. The city-state’s recent property-market curbs could damp sentiment and translate to crimped consumer spending. Singapore may also struggle to buoy the confidence of manufacturers, whose expectations were already lowered after a stronger-than-expected 2017 for global trade..“We had projected slower growth in the second half, but the negative trade developments are increasing the downside risks,” economists at Standard Chartered Plc in Singapore said in a research note last week. “New export orders within the PMI readings have also decelerated.”..https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/eu-and-asean-to-restart-fta-process-pm-lee-10531412.EU-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement failed......
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Passion Trader Jul 16, 2018 5:56AM ET
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Dump S$......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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Yun Sean Jul 11, 2018 12:02AM ET
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Buy S.Korean Won, and Japanese Yen against Singapore$, Aussie$, Ringgit, NZ$, H.K$ Yuan Euro etc:)
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Yun Sean Jul 11, 2018 12:01AM ET
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As you can see that US impose 200$ further tariffs against Chinese Goods, means that as you can see the Bloomberg report today, also as I said below that S.Korean and Japanese economies will be benefited the most due to the US Tariffs against China since ex) Samsung, LG, S.K Hynix, Toshiba, Hitachi, Toyota etc are the biggest supplying channels in the world:)
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Yun Sean Jul 09, 2018 11:18PM ET
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Sell Singapore$!!! Singapore property market is getting down, which is only growth engine for Singapore. Its Gov made a stupid mistake:) ..Chart of the Day: Home prices dip after ABSD rates rise  .But they recover at least five months after the implementation of measures, a report said...This chart from OrangeTee & Tie shows how home prices fell - alongside sales volume - after announcements of property cooling measures, specifically higher Additional Buyers Stamp Duty (ABSD) rates...Prices fell after the first round of ABSD. The average price of private condos (all sales types excluding ECs and en blocs) dipped 5% MoM from $1,234 psf to $1,177 in January 2012. Prices dipped another 4% in February 2012, only to recover in the next month.
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 11:22PM ET
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OCBC’s head of group of corporate communications Koh Ching Ching said the bank expects subdued demand for home loans. “Given the extent of the new cooling measures, we expect the home loans demand to be subdued. Our interest rates will continue to be competitive to the market,” she said...Lim said in a separate report that OCBC is also expected to take a hit from the new property cooling measures and revised forecasts from 8% to 7% in 2018. Still, the uplift to net interest margin (NIM) in still more visible in 2018. “Loan demand appears apparent for Singapore companies investing abroad. Every 1-ppt rise in loan growth leads to 0.9% increase in net profit,” she added.
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 10:46PM ET
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Singapore economy is getting doomed by its own people:) Who can deny the fact? Read all of articles from Bloomberg, CNBC, South China Morning Post, Nikket etc :)
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 10:44PM ET
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Moreover, since there are increased costs on land acquisition, developer bids on land might be more conservative, Huang added. "Alternatively, land bids may remain at current levels and developers choose to pass on the costs to end buyers, resulting in more expensive new properties."..Banks are then expected to take a hit. RHB Research analyst Leng Seng Choon noted that the new ABSD requirements should lower investment demand whilst LTV limits imply that buyers get reduced financing for their purchases...Hui echoed this and added, “The new stamp duty increments will effectively slash investment demand for second property purchases onwards or from foreigners whilst the cut in loan-to-value ratio to 75% even for first housing loan borrowers could curtail demand for owner-occupied first time home buyers.”
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 10:44PM ET
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Mortgage Supermart Singapore broker Keff Hui concurred with Lim and said, “The new cooling measure is a very strong dose of medicine for the resurgent recovering residential property market and sends a clear strong signal that the government may not favour any further upside increments above 2013 peak residential property prices.”..Huang also said, "Increase in stamp duties for developers will also make the entry barrier higher and curb developers’ buying sprees. Cash outlay by developers for any project will increase 15% – 20% if they are taking financing. Hence, it’s likely for developers to take a step back from the fervent acquisition of residential land sites."
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 10:29PM ET
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Property cooling measures slow banks' loan growth.UOB could be hit the hardest as 27.6% of its total loans are home loans...As a surprise move, the Singapore government raised the rates for the Additional Buyers’ Stamp Duty (ABSD) and tightened Loan-to-Value (LTV) limits on home purchases as a way to cool the market. This has prompted panic buying as well as developer stock corrections upon the announcement...Due to the market’s reaction, various watchers have said this will significantly affect loan growth and some of Singapore’s largest banks. LTV limits have been tightened by 5% for all home loans granted by financial institutions.
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 12:35AM ET
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Chinese economy is severely suffering from trade-war. Sell Aussie$, Singapore$, NZ$, H.K and TWD:) Buy Japanese Yen, and S.Korean Won, because they are the biggest supplying channels in the world:)
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 12:35AM ET
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syaoran Li Where are you from? singapore? I am telling people cold truths:) Don't be rude uneducated okay?:) . . I live in Shanghai:)
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syaoran Li Jul 08, 2018 12:35AM ET
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and usdsgd is sgd AGAINST USD, even if there might be some doomed stuff about singapore economy, in the event of derailment of US monetary policy usdsgd will still going down. sgdjpy should be the short to have in case of problems both at the same time in singapore and US
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 12:35AM ET
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syaoran Li then buy Singapore$ as much as you want:)
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Yun Sean Jul 08, 2018 12:28AM ET
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Sell Singapore$ Wow!!! according to Bloomberg, Singapore surprisingly imposed new property curbs:) Another big mistake, Singapore has no more economic growth engines now and for the future:) So stupid and weird, why it wants to ****its sole growth engine??:)
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Yun Sean Jul 06, 2018 11:50PM ET
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killing is prohibited word by this website?? ..Okay then Singapore Gov is destroying its own property market. Sell Singapore$.
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Yun Sean Jul 06, 2018 11:46PM ET
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Sell Singapore$!!! ..Singapore Gov is ********its property market means it has no more economic growth engine:)
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Yun Sean Jul 05, 2018 11:36PM ET
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The most severely affected countries by the trade war between USA and China are..Aussie, Singapore, H.K, NZ, Taiwan, Malaysia etc:) ..The least affected countries by the war are Japan, and S.Korean economies because they are the biggest supplying channels for the world economy:)
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Yun Sean Jul 05, 2018 11:33PM ET
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Singapore$ is getting gone rapidly, making mistakes again and again, who are the people in Singapore Government??
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Yun Sean Jul 05, 2018 11:31PM ET
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Wow, according to Bloomberg, Singapore surprisingly imposed new property curbs:) Another big mistake, Singapore has no more economic growth engines now and for the future:) So stupid!
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Yun Sean Jul 03, 2018 12:00AM ET
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The real problem is that Singapore has no more economic growth engines:)
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Yun Sean Jul 02, 2018 11:59PM ET
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Singapore is making a lot of losses from failures of investment into China esp Chinese West.
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