(Bloomberg) -- Singapore's dollar tumbled after the Asian nation unexpectedly eased monetary policy, highlighting the divergence among central-bank strategies before a Federal Reserve meeting that concludes today in Washington.
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The Singaporean dollar slid to its weakest level since 2010 after the central bank unexpectedly eased monetary policy. U.S. equity-index futures climbed as Apple Inc. reported record sales, while Asian stocks dropped with oil.
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It has been reported that the consumer confidence rose higher than expected in January to a level highest since August 2007. Market experts said this rise was seen after Americans showed more interest in improving labor market and prospects for higher ...