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    1.3996+0.0012+0.08%
    USDSGD=X
    1.5092-0.0002-0.01%
    EURSGD=X
    1.7527+0.0072+0.41%
    GBPSGD=X
    79.2560-0.268-0.34%
    SGDJPY=X
    5.5479-0.0036-0.06%
    SGDHKD=X
    3.1645-0.0015-0.05%
    SGDMYR=X
    9,524.3887-11.4395-0.12%
    SGDIDR=X
    4.9189-0.0003-0.01%
    SGDCNY=X
    1.0673-0.0058-0.54%
    AUDSGD=X
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    Commodities
    NamePriceChange% Chg
    1,247.80-1.90-0.15%
    GCJ17.CMX
    17.62+0.04+0.24%
    SIK17.CMX
    84.45-0.64-0.76%
    ^XAU
    2.65+0.02+0.76%
    HGK17.CMX
    47.69-0.35-0.73%
    CLK17.NYM
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    Bonds
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    ^FVX
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    40F.SI
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    1D0.SI
    0.161+0.031+23.85%
    B69.SI
    0.935+0.010+1.08%
    Y92.SI
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    0.161+0.031+23.85%
    B69.SI
    0.39+0.05+16.42%
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    3.84+0.53+16.01%
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    0.09-0.05-37.93%
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