Hot Topics on Regional Economy

Nov 2022

Challenging global environment and heightened economic uncertainties could impact credit quality in quarters ahead: MAS

The Singapore economy is expected to slow to a pace that’s “below-trend” in 2023, warns the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) in its Financial Stability Review (FSR) released on Nov 25.

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Southeast Asia’s Digital Economy to Top $200 Billion in 2022: Report

Southeast Asians continue to take up digital technologies at a breakneck pace, following three years of rapid adoption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report.

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Vulnerabilities in global crypto ecosystem may pose risk to financial stability worldwide: MAS

Vulnerabilities in the crypto ecosystem could pose material risks to financial stability worldwide, including in Singapore, if its linkages with the traditional financial system increase in time, said Singapore’s central bank on Friday.

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Singapore’s co-living spaces in high demand; rental prices heating up

Higher demand for co-living spaces in Singapore is driving occupancy rates above 95 per cent, operators said last week. This is due to more people seeking temporary housing while waiting for their new homes to be ready, and expatriates returning to Singapore for work following the COVID-19 pandemic.

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