Money changers see higher demand for euro, US dollar amid stronger Singdollar

This comes after last Thursday's move by the Monetary Authority of Singapore to tighten monetary policy. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Queues have formed at money changers after the strengthening of the Singapore dollar allowed customers to get more value from their currency transactions.

At several money-changing kiosks in Raffles Place, Chinatown and Orchard last Friday (July 15), The Straits Times saw between seven and 10 people lining up in each spot.

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