Singapore dollar

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Noun1.Singapore dollar - the basic unit of money in SingaporeSingapore dollar - the basic unit of money in Singapore
dollar - the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
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The ringgit fell against the Singapore dollar to 2.9619/9663 from 2.9570/9606, but versus the yen, improved to 3.5741/5796 from 3.5744/5790 yesterday.
London: For retail investors, HSBC Global Asset Management launched its first dedicated Singapore dollar income bond fund.
The HSBC Global Investment Funds' Singapore Dollar Income Bond is an Asia-focused fixed income fund and it is to invest in sectors and countries across the region.
The collapse of an oil services company and the deterioration in the finances of some other energy firms have exposed structural cracks in the Singapore dollar corporate bond market.
Singtel will acquire Temasek's 7.39 per cent stake in Sunil Bharti Mittal- led Bharti Telecom and another 21 per cent stake in Thai telecom firm Intouch Holdings PCL for a total consideration of 2.47 billion Singapore dollar ($ 1.8 billion).
Cagamas Berhad ("Cagamas") the National Mortgage Corporation of Malaysia, was conferred the 'Emas' status for its maiden Singapore Dollar (SGD) denominated Sukuk EMTN issuance under Cagamas' $2.5 billion Multicurrency Sukuk Issuance Programme by the Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, Tan Sri Dr.
The Singapore dollar briefly eased versus the US dollar, reflecting the weaker GDP numbers.
The Singapore dollar interests me far more than the Straits Times Index as the bank loan/deposit ratio rises above 100.
Singtel, while reporting its share of 30 per cent stakes in Warid, said that despite 10 per cent growth in revenues in Q3 2011, Warid posted net loss; including fair value losses and the 12 percent depreciation of the Pakistani Rupee against the Singapore Dollar.
If the impact from a stronger Singapore dollar was excluded, the MAS said it would have recorded income and net capital gains of Sg$12.3 during the recently concluded fiscal year.
VTB, the country's second largest bank, was the first Russian entity to tap the Singapore dollar market in 2010, pocketing SGD400m (USD321.2m/EUR227m).

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