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Singdollar remains strong, back to November levels

Sibor falls on US weakness, SGD rally not likely to last

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The Singdollar rose to S$1.4057 on Friday from Thursday's S$1.4149 on continued US dollar weakness on realisation that US President Donald Trump's tax reforms will take time and also because expectations of a March interest-rate hike by the US Federal Reserve fade.

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THE Singdollar rose to S$1.4057 on Friday from Thursday's S$1.4149 on continued US dollar weakness on realisation that US President Donald Trump's tax reforms will take time and also because expectations of a March interest-rate hike by the US Federal Reserve fade.

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