As I said in that post, an easing from the MAS means they will act to lower the SGD exchange rate (that's how they ease in SG, not through interest rates). In octo October 'cause that is when the central bank next meets on policy (twice a year in SG, April and October ).
But … via an analyst in Asia (ING) … a heads up that just maybe we'll get an intra-meeting easing:
MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore) Managing Director, Mr Ravi Menon, noted that there was possibly a case for an intra-meeting change in the MAS policy stance.
unless this happens soon, for example, this or next month, then the MAS might as well wait for October.
Today's data suggest that waiting would put the economy in greater than necessary jeopardy. An imminent move, therefore, looks probable.