The dollar skidded to a 2-week low against a basket of currencies on Thursday after President Trump said that the currency was too strong.
The Singapore property market's long downtrend is poised to end next year, with home prices set to double by 2030, Morgan Stanley said.
S&P kept Singapore’s AAA rating and stable outlook unchanged, citing robust public finances despite some concerns on the external outlook.
More investors are considering environmental, social and governance factors in their financial analysis and decision making.
The dollar fell to session lows on Wednesday after President Donald Trump said he thinks the currency is getting "too strong."
The safe-haven yen rose, as investors considered a spectrum of risks including possible U.S. action in Syria and North Korea.
The euro edged lower against the dollar on Monday, pressured by nervousness over the upcoming French presidential elections.
The safe-haven yen climbed and the Russian rouble tumbled on Friday, after the United States launched cruise missiles at an airbase in Syria.
After a long, plodding downtrend, Singapore's housing market may be gathering forces for a rebound.
The euro hit a three-week low after the head of the European Central Bank said he saw no need to deviate from the ECB's policy path.
Investors reacted to U.S. economic data and minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's March policy meeting.
Singapore’s economy may be perking up, but the central bank isn’t likely to turn hawkish at this month’s policy review, analysts said.
The yen gained on Tuesday as a risk-averse investors flocked to the safe-haven currency, while Australia's dollar sank to a three-week low.
Investors are looking forward to the U.S. jobs report out on Friday.
The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against six rival currencies, slipped from its late Thursday levels at 100.40.
The dollar edged up to a nine-day high against a basket of currencies on Thursday.
The euro fell to $1.0741 following the report, its lowest since March 21.
Money managers should be ready for "a lot of inefficiency" and currency fluctuations as Prime Minister Theresa May kicks off the official process of the U.K.'s exit from the European Union, a legal expert has told CNBC.
The dollar steadied after its worst week since U.S. President Donald Trump's election in November.
Concerns rose about the prospects of a U.S. public spending boost under President Trump after he failed to push through a health-care bill.