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Singapore October Bank Loans S$554.27 Billion Vs S$546.55 Billion Month Earlier

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11/28/2013 | 09:28pm EDT

SINGAPORE--The Monetary Authority of Singapore Friday released the following provisional bank lending data for October:

                           October             Year Earlier        September 
Total                   S$554.27 Bln        S$479.46 Bln        S$546.55 Bln 
Housing/Bridge          S$164.92 Bln        S$147.38 Bln        S$163.77 Bln 
Professionals 
& Private Individuals     S$6.75 Bln         S$6.10 Bln         S$6.35 Bln 
Building/Construction    S$89.52 Bln         S$75.56 Bln        S$88.61 Bln 
Manufacturing            S$31.60 Bln         S$28.12 Bln        S$31.39 Bln 
 

More details are available at www.mas.gov.sg

Write to P.R. Venkat at venkat.pr@dowjones.com

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