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Singapore dollar weakened on Tuesday, USD/SGD rising as the greenback pushed higher. Rising US yields and pressure on equity indices kept broad dollar indices in favour, rising just shy of 0.5%. The pair rose as high as 1.3590, the highest since August 24, before pulling back slightly into the close. The rate last changing hands at 1.3571, down 8 pips on the session. Support is seen at a 23.6% retracement at 1.3567, while resistance is seen at the Aug 20 high of 1.3655 after which the 2021 high of 1.3693 awaits.
- Fig.1: USD/SGD