Analysts cut Singapore 2022 growth forecast World

Analysts cut Singapore 2022 growth forecast

Private-sector analysts have shaved their growth forecast for Singapore for 2022, with the sharper-than-expected rise in inflation and slower economic activity in China among the downside risks for the Southeast Asian nation's economy, according a quarterly survey released by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
Singapore economy to grow 6.5 percent this year: MAS survey World

Singapore economy to grow 6.5 percent this year: MAS survey

Despite the latest round of tighter COVID-19 restrictions, Singapore’s economy will grow by 6.5 percent this year, higher than the Government’s forecast of 4-6 percent, according to the latest survey released by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
Singaporean economy forecast to expand 0.7 pct in 2019: MAS World

Singaporean economy forecast to expand 0.7 pct in 2019: MAS

The Singapore economy is expected to grow 0.7 percent this year, up from 0.6 percent in the previous survey in September, according to the latest quarterly poll of professional forecasters by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) released December 11.
Singaporean central bank eases monetary policy World

Singaporean central bank eases monetary policy

Singapore on October 14 decided to ease monetary policy for the first time in more than three years as the national economy has narrowly avoided recession in the third quarter of 2019.
Singapore’s economy to grow 2.6 percent next year World

Singapore’s economy to grow 2.6 percent next year

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on December 12 announced the results of its recent survey that Singapore’s economy will grow only 2.6 percent in 2019 due to the negative impacts of protectionism and a trade war between the US and China, the world’s first and second largest economies.
Singapore tightens monetary policy World

Singapore tightens monetary policy

Singapore has decided to tighten its monetary policy for the first time in six years as part of efforts to cope with risks of global trade tension, local authorities announced on April 13.