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US Dollar/Singapore Dollar Futures ICE Clear Singapore acts as the central counterparty for trades conducted on ICE Futures Singapore.

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Get Singapore Dollar rates, news, and facts. Also available are Singapore Dollar services like cheap money tranfers, a SGD currency data, and more. The Singapore Dollar is the currency of Singapore. Our currency rankings show that the most popular Singapore Dollar exchange rate is the SGD to MYR rate. The currency re-pegged to the US Dollar.

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Please try again later. The currency is issued and monitored by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. OANDA uses cookies to make our websites easy to use and customized to our visitors. Cookies cannot be used to identify you personally. To block, delete or manage cookies, please visit aboutcookies. Restricting cookies will prevent you benefiting from some of the functionality of our website. Overview The Singapore Dollar is the currency of the island state of Singapore.

Singapore Dollar coins circulate in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and 1 Dollar. Real GDP growth is strong. It contracted slightly in because of the global financial crisis, but has since rebounded on the strength of renewed exports.

History Singapore used the Straits Dollar from and Singapore used this common currency until the monetary union between Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei broke down in