The MAS is Singapore's central bank. Their monetary policy meeting is next week.
MAS policy meetings are twice a year, in April and October (a bit like Brexit deadlines, yeah?)
The policy statement will be released on the 14th
Bloomberg have an early preview posted, link here. Some of the main points:
Singapore's dollar is set to weaken because the central bank is likely to scrap its appreciation bias at a policy meeting next week, according to a growing group of forecasters
Mizuho Bank Ltd. and Societe Generale SA are defying consensus by predicting the Monetary Authority of Singapore will adjust the slope of its nominal-effective-exchange-rate policy band to zero, from 1%, to counter slowing economic growth
SGD may "scream its way" to weaker than S$1.40 per U.S. dollar if MAS adjusts its bias to zero - Mizuho
ps. The MAS 'ease' monetary policy through exchange rate adjustments, not via interest rates.