SINGAPORE – Singapore's foreign-exchange reserves stood at US$269.72 billion in July, up from US$266.30 billion in June, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said on its website Monday.
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In Singapore dollar terms, the July foreign-exchange reserves were at S$366.04 billion, compared with S$366.63 billion in June, the central bank said.
MAS doesn't give reasons for the increase or decrease in its reserves.
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August 07, 2017 05:32 ET (09:32 GMT)