THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Tuesday:


SINGAPORE equities got the week off to a rough start after doubts surrounding US-China trade talks surfaced and tensions in Hong Kong were at fever pitch once again.

THE Straits Times Index (STI) could not shrug off those concerns despite better-than-expected earnings from DBS Group Holdings and ST Engineering to end the day at 3,240.65, down 23.65 points or 0...

SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading on Monday afternoon in negative territory, with the Straits Times Index down 0.63 per cent or 20.41 points to 3,243.89, on the day as at 1.01pm, amid mostly weaker...

SINGAPORE shares started the week lower, despite record-breaking sessions in the US on Friday night. The Straits Times Index lost 5.97 points or 0.18 per cent to 3,258.33 as at 9.06am.

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Monday:


DEVELOPMENTS in the US-China trade war and corporate earnings are set to continue to sway trading this week.


SINGAPORE stocks retreated on Friday after a four-day advance, falling the most among regional markets, as traders took profit ahead of the weekend and companies released weaker earnings.

THE Straits Times Index went down as much as 0.90 per cent before clawing back ground to finish at 3,264.30, down 0.65 per cent or 21.42 points.

MARKET activity amongst Asian equities in October was marked broadly by a return of risk appetite, amid signs of progress in US-China trade negotiations, and easing uncertainties over Brexit, a...