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Singapore lifts currency with eye on rise in yuan

Singapore’s aggressive monetary policy tightening may be a move to pre-empt likely upward pressure on its dollar and other Asian currencies given widely held expectations that China will revalue the yuan.

Singapore’s monetary authority shifted its currency’s trading band up, in an effective revaluation, and also said it would allow modest and gradual appreciation in the future.

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