Just for the record

Monday, 09 March 2009 Se Young LeeDow Jones Newswires Singapore's foreign reserves fell to US$163.55 billion at the end of February from US$167.09 billion a month earlier and was lower than US$171.74 billion a year earlier, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said Monday. In Singapore dollar terms, the reserves were S$252.78 billion in February compared with S$252.57 billion in January and S$239.36 billion a year earlier, the central bank said on its Web site. I copy this from Singabloodypore.


Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...

Drop some more! Dive dive dive!

Anonymous said...

Citigroup said they made a little money the past two months and the stock markets soar, soar, soar.
As if the financial crisis is now over.

The big crash will come when AIG goes under. Right now they are using AIG to pass the bailout money to prop up other financial insitutions, discreetly. AIG is already asking for more, not actually asking but blackmailing the Fed and US Government. But the bailout cannot continue indefinitely.

Just enjoy the show.

Lost Citizen

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

my advice is to send a top management team in and sack all the top brasses there. do it the singapore way. the govt cannot be threatened by employees.

try to be funny.

Anonymous said...

I am impress you got the figure right down to .55 accuracy.. Can Strait times care to comment on timeliness and accuracy?