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MAS likely to keep policy settings unchanged in October: analysts

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The MAS said last week that Singapore was not facing deflation even though headline consumer price inflation is likely to stay negative throughout 2015.

Singapore

SINGAPORE'S central bank will probably hold off from further monetary easing at its next policy review in October, a Reuters poll showed, with headline and core inflation expected to pick up next year.

Most analysts expect the central bank to keep its policy steady, even

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