Singapore shares were little changed on Wednesday, after scaling to its highest in more than five years just last week. The Straits Times Index traded flat, while the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan shed 0.1 percent. "In a scenario of a destabilising U.S. QE unwind, we would expect some Asian economies or markets to be hurt more than others," Nomura Research said in a report. "We view Hong Kong and Singapore, currencies ...
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