API for Table I.8 Banks: Statutory Liquidity Position of DBUs, Monthly
Monthly Statistical Bulletin
See the data published through this API 

How to use the APIs

The Resource ID for this resource is f9a0db43-fe31-4347-8a3c-7b02cab0ac9d. For more details on how to use the API, see the API documentation.

Return the first five results


NoNameTitleTypeUnit Of MeasureDescription
1end_of_monthEnd of monthDatetime (Month) "YYYY-MM"  
2preliminaryPreliminary indicatorNumeric (General) '1' if preliminary, '0' otherwise.
3liab_baseLiabilities BaseNumeric (General)S$ Million 
4statutory_liquid_assetsStatutory Liquid AssetsNumeric (General)S$ Million 
5liquidity_ratioLiquidity RatioNumeric (Percent)% 
6bal_with_masBalances with MASNumeric (General)S$ Million 

Additional Notes

Data for liquid assets and liquidity ratios are as at the last day of the month while data for liabilities base are the average of the daily eligible liabilities for a two-week liabilities base period beginning on a Thursday and ending on a Wednesday.
As MAS Notice 613 was phased out over 2015, the data for banks which are already complying with MAS Notice 649 is not listed on this page. In view of changes to the local liquidity regulations, Table I.8 is discontinued with effect from 1 January 2016. Historical data will still be available on the MAS website. Please contact us at webmaster@mas.gov.sg if you have any queries.

API Examples

Javascript example

Making an ajax request with jQuery:
                var data = {

                       resource_id:'f9a0db43-fe31-4347-8a3c-7b02cab0ac9d',//the resource id
                       limit:5 //get 5 results                                                                   



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



                      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=f9a0db43-fe31-4347-8a3c-7b02cab0ac9d&limit=5'
with urllib.request.urlopen (url) as req:   print (req.read())

Last Modified on 06/03/2017