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Singapore December Foreign Exchange Reserves $259.3 Billion Vs $255.8 Billion in November

01/07/2013 | 04:29am US/Eastern
   By Martin Vaughan 
 

SINGAPORE--Singapore's foreign exchange reserves stood at US$259.3 billion in December, up from US$255.8 billion in November, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said on its website Monday.

In Singapore dollar terms, foreign exchange reserves were at S$316.7 billion compared with S$312.1 billion in November, the central bank said.

MAS doesn't give reasons for the increase or decrease in its reserves.

Write to djn.singapore.bureau@dowjones.com

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