Singapore stocks news

Singapore: Singapore shares opened lower with the Straits Times Index down 29.9 focuses or 1 percent to 3,081.18 as at 9.04am.

Failures dwarfed gainers 77 to 31. Around 46 million offers worth $74 million altogether changed hands.

The most exchanged stock was Ezion Holdings, which fell $0.001 to $0.051 with 6.1 million offers evolving hands. Different active included Golden Agri-Resources and QT Vascular.

Among financials, DBS was exchanging down $0.37 or 1.5 percent at $23.55; OCBC shares fell $0.15 or 1.3 percent to $11.14 and UOB dropped $0.44 or 1.8 percent down to $24.45.

Among other list stocks, Singapore Airlines was exchanging $0.12 or 1.3 percent bring down at $9.40. In the mean time, ComfortDelGro was $0.05 or 2.3 percent bring down at $2.12.

Top Gainer Stock

Gainers
Stock Last Change
Haw Par 12.91 0.36
UOI 6.7 0.08
Sunningdale Tech 1.51 0.05
Amara 0.43 0.02
Wilmar Intl 3.16 0.02

Top Loser Stock

Decliners
Stock Last Change
UOB 24.34 -0.55
Jardine C&C 35.33 -0.5
JSH USD 36.64 -0.44
JMH USD 65.52 -0.38
Venture 14.51 -0.38

 

Stocks on trader’s hot list

Mapletree Industrial Trust, SingPost, Delong Holdings

SingPost: It declared that Vincent Phang will be the new CEO of postal administrations and in addition its Singapore head, with impact from April 1, 2019. He will supplant resigning Woo Keng Leong, who will fill in as a postal counsel to the SingPost gather with impact from April 1, 2019, to guarantee a smooth change.

Mapletree Industrial Trust: It intends to purchase a blended use property at 18 Tai Seng Street for a concurred property estimation of $268.3 million from a unit of Mapletree Investments, a move that extends the extension of its howdy tech structures portion. The Reit has not yet settled on a money related choice on how it will subsidize this proposed buy, however it said it has obligation headroom to finance the proposed procurement altogether by obligation.

Delong Holdings: The Chinese steelmaker reported on Thursday delays in the development of its super steel plant at the Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park, which will prompt the plant ending up completely operational at end-June 2019. The organization’s yearly report for 2017 had said it expected the joint endeavor venture, which had an underlying speculation of US$950 million, to be finished and be operational by late 2018.

Lorenzo International: Its free reviewers have issued a disclaimer of assessment on the furniture merchant’s budget reports for the year finished Mar 31, as the organization issued a notice on its three straight long stretches of pre-impose losses. Lorenzo likewise issued inspected financials for the monetary year that put its pre-impose losses at S$10.4 million for that money related year, more profound than the prior detailed unaudited $9.2 million misfortune, among different inconsistencies.

 

Currency Market


Singapore SGD lost prior days gain, USD/SGD it trades at 1.3720 against previous close 1.3714.

Daily Range: 1.3706-1.3730

 

World Market


U.S. stocks ends lower for the most part in the wake of making little moves all through positive region as traders kept on worrying over the absence of clearness and advancement in U.S. – China exchange talks.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.29% evaded the pattern to complete with an increase 70.11 focuses, or 0.3%, 24,597.38, in the wake of energizing in excess of 200 at the session high. The S&P 500 record SPX, – 0.02% edged down 0.53 point to end at 2,650.54 and the Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, – 0.39% shed 27.98 focuses, or 0.4%, to close at 7,070.33.

 

Index Last Change%
Dow 30 24597.38 0.29
S&P 500 2650.54 -0.02
Nasdaq 100 7070.33 -0.39
FTSE 100 6877.5 -0.04
DAX 10924.7 -0.04

 

Commodity Market


Gold Price
: Gold prices trade in narrow range without any further cues from the market and as volume near low as month of December.

Spot Gold was trading at $1,242.50 per ounce.

Trading Range: $1236-$1247

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