Singapore dollar

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the basic unit of money in Singapore

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Thanks to the robust retail sales outlook, increasing tourism arrivals and a strengthening Singaporean dollar, the domestic consumer sector is expected to weather the global economic slowdown relatively well.
The volatility of the Singaporean dollar was a higher 1.
The Singaporean dollar also rose significantly against the UK currency, eroding the value of assets held by Singaporeans in Britain.
The Singaporean dollar advanced to the strongest level in almost a month.
In the past years, the rupiah has been relatively stable against the Singaporean dollar, Malaysian ringgit and Hong Kong dollar.
Aside from recorded declines in cash remittances in original currency in these countries, the lower US-dollar value of remittances in April could be partly due to the depreciation of major host-countries' currencies vis-a-vis the US dollar such as the Singaporean dollar, Australian dollar, pound sterling and the euro,' Tetangco said.
While the Singaporean dollar, Canadian dollar and Norwegian remain attractive, Canada and Norway will act to prevent excessive strengthening, he said.
A banking managed reported that there still exists heavy pressure for the appreciation of the local currency, which is still lower in scale than the appreciation of renminbi and Singaporean dollar against the U.
In addition to new language translations, ClickBank added 18 new currencies to its online marketplace including: Argentinian Peso, Brazilian Real, Chilean Peso, Chinese Yuan, Columbian Peso, Czech Koruna, Hungarian Forint, Indian Rupee, Indonesian Rupiah, Korean Won, Malaysian Ringgit, Mexican Peso, Philippine Peso, Polish Zloty, Russian Ruble, Singaporean Dollar, Thai Baht and Turkish Lira.
Also, 'aside from recorded declines in cash remittances in original currency in these countries, the lower US-dollar value of remittances in April could be partly due to the depreciation of major host-countries' currencies vis-a-vis the US dollar, such as the Singaporean dollar, Australian dollar, pound sterling and the euro,' Tetangco said.
dollar so far this year, lagging behind the scale of appreciation of many other Asian currencies, including Japanese yen, Thai baht, Malaysian dollar, and Singaporean dollar.
So too did the Thai baht, Singaporean dollar, Japanese yen and South Korean won, Guerrero said.
Korean won and Singaporean dollar scored even higher appreciation against the U.
35 percent year-on-year, tracking regional currencies like the Chinese yuan, Malaysian ringgit, Indian rupee, Korean won and Singaporean dollar.
35 percent year-on-year, tracking regional currencies such as the Chinese yuan, Malaysian ringgit, Indian rupee, Korean won and Singaporean dollar.