SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s headline and core inflation rate likely eased in June, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, amid more economists raising their bets on a monetary policy easing in October.
Singapore’s consumer price index in June probably rose 0.7% from a year earlier, slowing from the 0.9% rise in May, while core inflation is expected to rise 1.2% from the year earlier, slowing slightly from the 1.3% rate in May, the poll of 11 economists showed.
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