API for Table I.14 Asian Dollar Market: Liabilities of ACUs, Monthly
Monthly Statistical Bulletin
 
See the data published through this API 


How to use the APIs


The Resource ID for this resource is 164a1e1d-b78f-495a-8070-093a1402e530. For more details on how to use the API, see the API documentation.


Return the first five results




Fields


NoNameTitleTypeUnit Of MeasureDescription
1end_of_monthEnd of monthDatetime (Month) "YYYY-MM"  
2total_liabTotal LiabilitiesNumeric (General)US$ Million 
3dnbcDeposits of Non-Bank CustomersNumeric (General)US$ Million 
4ib_totalInterbank Funds - TotalNumeric (General)US$ Million 
5ib_in_sgInterbank Funds - In SingaporeNumeric (General)US$ Million 
6ib_acusInterbank Funds - Inter-Asian Currency UnitsNumeric (General)US$ Million 
7ib_out_sgInterbank Funds - Outside SingaporeNumeric (General)US$ Million 
8other_liabOther LiabilitiesNumeric (General)US$ Million 



Additional Notes


Asian Currency Unit is a separate accounting unit of banks and other financial institutions given approval to transact in the Asian Dollar Market.

API Examples


Javascript example

Making an ajax request with jQuery:
                                
                var data = {

                       resource_id:'164a1e1d-b78f-495a-8070-093a1402e530',//the resource id
                   
                       limit:5 //get 5 results                                                                   

                };

                $.ajax({

                     url: 'https://eservices.mas.gov.sg/api/action/datastore/search.json',

                     data:data,

                     dataType:'json',
                        
                     success:function(data){

                      alert('Total results found:'+ data.result.total)

                     }

                 });  

            


Python Example


               import urllib.request

                url = 'https://eservices.mas.gov.sg/api/action/datastore/search.json?resource_id=164a1e1d-b78f-495a-8070-093a1402e530&limit=5'
with urllib.request.urlopen (url) as req:   print (req.read())


Last Modified on 06/03/2017