M1 money supply decreased to SGD 127.81bn in February.

By bne IntelliNews April 2, 2012
Singapore's M1 money supply increased to SGD 127.81bn in February this year, from SGD 130.42bn registered in January. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the nation's M2 money supply decreased to SGD 444.83bn during the period, as compared to SGD 446.48bn registered in January. The M3 money supply also reduced to SGD 453.47bn during the period, as compared to SGD 455.06bn posted in January.

M1 money supply decreased to SGD 127.81bn in February.

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