External Debt in Singapore
Singapore - External DebtFirst-quarter GDP growth was revised upwards to 3.7% from a preliminary reading of 3.4%. Manufacturing growth was stronger than previously estimated, while robust private consumption was supported by the reopening of the economy. Moving to the second quarter, the economy seems to be performing solidly. Industrial production expanded at a robust pace in April, supported by the transport engineering sector. Moreover, in April and May the manufacturing and electronics PMIs remained in expansionary territory. On the downside, export growth cooled in April, weighed down by Covid-19 lockdowns in China, although it regained traction in May. Meanwhile, the IMF concluded its Article IV Mission in late May, praising the government’s tightening monetary policy stance and prudent normalization of fiscal policy following its timely policy response to the pandemic.
Singapore - External Debt Data
|External Debt (% of GDP)||429||437||420||414||418|
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Singapore External Debt Chart
Source: Singapore Department of Statistics and FocusEconomics calculations.
|Bond Yield||1.74||1.39 %||Dec 31|
|Exchange Rate||1.34||-0.01 %||Jan 01|
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October 17, 2022
At its meeting on 14 October, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) re-centered the policy band of the Singapore dollar’s nominal effective exchange rate (S$NEER) to its prevailing level.
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