The Monetary Authority of Singapore is likely to leave its policy settings on hold at its scheduled meeting next week, with concerns about the growth outlook set to outweigh lingering worries on inflation.
Meanwhile, the sharp fall in inflation in Thailand last month reinforces our view that the country’s central bank is unlikely to raise interest rates any further this year.
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