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Singapore STI down 17.38 points 3055.06 in morning trade

Singapore: Singapore shares opened lower on Tuesday, with the Straits Times Index down 17.38 points or 0.6 per cent to 3,055.06 as at 9.05am. About 50 million shares worth S$90 million in total changed hands, which worked out to an average unit price of S$1.78 per share. Decline to Advance outnumbered by 72 to 52. … Continue reading "Singapore STI down 17.38 points 3055.06 in morning trade"

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Weak start in early trade for Singapore stocks STI down 29.19 points

Singapore: Singapore shares opened lower in early trade of week with the Straits Times Index down 29.19 focuses to 3,081.93 as at 9.01am, as Asian stocks slid on uplifted stresses over exchange pressures between the United States and China. The strains pursue White House exchange counsel Peter Navarro’s Friday comments that US authorities would raise … Continue reading "Weak start in early trade for Singapore stocks STI down 29.19 points"

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Singapore stocks bounce back from low STI up 1.1%

Singapore: Singapore stocks bounce back last trading day of week, with the Straits Times Index increasing 33.98 or 1.1 percent to 3,149.5 as at 9 am. The bourse saw turnover of 29.9 million offers worth S$102 million, as gainers are more verses decliners 70 to 28. The most active counter was Thai Beverage, which fell … Continue reading "Singapore stocks bounce back from low STI up 1.1%"

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BEST STOCK TRADING APPS 2018-TRADE SMARTLY

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Singapore Stocks Retreat Lower After Selloff In Asian Markets

Singapore: Singapore Stocks opened lower on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index withdrawing 22.12 or 0.7 percent to 3,133.8 as at 9 am. Decliners dwarfed advances 57 to 32, with about 22.2 million offers worth S$25.2 million exchanged. The most traded counter was Spackman, which fell 6.45 percent to S$0.029 with 6.5 million offers evolving … Continue reading "Singapore Stocks Retreat Lower After Selloff In Asian Markets"

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