Economist at UOB Group Barnabas Gan assesses the latest release of inflation figures in Singapore.
Data released on Thursday showed that Durable Goods Orders rose 2.3% in May, below expectations.
As expected, the Bank of England (BoE) kept its monetary policy stance unchanged on Thursday.
As the US Federal Reserve finds the banks well-capitalized in its latest stress results, per
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USD/JPY eroded a major part of the overnight gains to the highest level since March
Durable Goods Orders in US rose less than expected in May. US Dollar Index extends
A combination of factors assisted AUD/USD to gain traction for the fourth consecutive session. The
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