You are here


Economists expect no change in S$ policy

This could be the 4th review in a row at which MAS has kept its stance unchanged

What's ahead: MAS and MTI have been warning that higher wage costs are set to push the prices of services up more palpably, later this year. - BT FILE PHOTO

[SINGAPORE] Inflation may have eased sharply since Singapore's last monetary policy statement in October, but the firm market consensus is that the central bank will keep the Singapore dollar appreciating for another six months when it reviews its policy in a week's time, to guard against wages-...

BT is now on Telegram!

For daily updates on weekdays and specially selected content for the weekend. Subscribe to