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1 US Dollar to Singapore Dollar

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Trending: $ exchange rates for the last 24 hours
  • USD/EUR 0.933377 0.01242700
  • USD/JPY 158.798500 7.38245700
  • USD/GBP 0.788855 -0.00473300
  • USD/CHF 0.890663 -0.00712300
  • USD/MXN 18.315078 1.54897800
  • USD/INR 83.627900 0.03405900
  • USD/BRL 5.445900 0.44300000
  • USD/CNY 7.260300 0.03120000

USD/SGD exchange rate analysis over the past 90 days

US Dollar to Singapore Dollar exchange rate: Over the last 90 days, the US Dollar strengthened by 0.36% against the Singapore Dollar, moving from S$1.3489 to S$1.3537 per US Dollar. This trend reflects the evolving economic dynamics between the United States and the Singapore. Factors influencing this rate may include:

  • Trade Dynamics: The balance of trade and investment between United States and Singapore.
  • Regulatory Changes: Policies or regulations related to currency exchange or trade agreements between United States and Singapore.
  • Economic Health: Indicators such as GDP growth, unemployment rates, or inflation in the United States or Singapore.
  • Global Influences: Broader economic or geopolitical events that can impact both the United States and the Singapore.

The foreign exchange market operates continuously, with currency values being affected by a myriad of global economic, political, and financial events.

usd/sgd Historical Chart

Quick Conversion Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

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The US Dollar to Singapore Dollar exchange rate is influenced by a variety of factors including economic data, political events, central bank decisions, market sentiment, and global financial news.
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Today conversion rate from 1 USD to SGD is S$1.35.
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Yes, our site provides historical charts that show the trends and fluctuations in the US Dollar to Singapore Dollar exchange rate over different time periods.
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While it's impossible to predict rates with certainty, staying informed about market trends and economic forecasts can help you make educated guesses.
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The exchange rate can fluctuate frequently due to the forex market's high volatility. It can change multiple times within a single day.