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Singapore Economy Crashes In Q3

After two quarters of lacklustre nothingness, Singapore's economy finally collapased in Q3. Against expectations of no change, GDP QoQ SAAR crashed 4.1% - the worst quarter since Q3 2012. MAS added that it did not expect GDP growth to pick up "significantly" in 2017. This was lower than the lowest expectation of all 14 economists who forecasted and represents a 4 standard deviation miss.
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