Renewed focus on the strength of the US dollar and continuing trade tensions is expected to weigh on Singapore markets this week, ahead of a busy economic calendar.
At home, Singapore is set to announce its June consumer price index figures today and industrial production numbers on Thursday. The second-quarter unemployment rate and the Urban Redevelopment Authority's quarterly property market update are out on Friday.
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