The Singapore bourse is set for a busy week ahead with a deluge of earnings and central bank meetings in the spotlight, along with the release of key US macro data, chiefly its employment numbers.
Geopolitics will be in focus as foreign ministers from Asean and its partners meet in Singapore from today to Saturday. Singapore's bank lending and monetary aggregates data will be out tomorrow, followed by July's purchasing managers index (PMI) on Thursday. Also due on Thursday are the Bank of England's monetary policy decision and its inflation report.
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