S'pore dollar's winning streak against regional peers backed by policy stance, haven flows

The Singapore dollar is rising because MAS is likely to get more aggressive against inflation. PHOTO: IRAS
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SINGAPORE - Travellers from Singapore are likely to get more bang for their dollar which is on a winning streak against most of its peers.

The Singapore dollar has been appreciating since May 12, rising by about 1.6 per cent to a one-month high of 1.3731 versus the US dollar early on Tuesday (May 24).

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