Singapore property curbs show Asia’s fear of yen
Return of yen carry
The city-state is bracing itself for more hot money inflows - this time from Japan. Higher stamp duties and new lending limits are designed to cool Singapore’s soaring real estate market. They may also set the tone for Asian policy makers’ reaction to an abundance of cheap yen.
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