Straits Times Index
SINGAPORE shares struggled to advance in the first few minutes of trade on Wednesday, after the previous day's losses and with a negative lead from Wall Street limiting gains.
SINGAPORE shares closed lower on Tuesday, snapping a five-day winning streak with the Straits Times Index (STI) losing 28.19 points or 1.05 per cent to finish at 2,661.42.
SINGAPORE shares opened stronger on Tuesday, with the benchmark Straits Times Index gaining 13.52 points or 0.5 per cent to 2,703.13 as at 9.01am.
SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Monday, buoyed by stronger openings from local banks.
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Monday:
SINGAPORE shares traded mostly higher on the back of better-than-expected US jobs data, though analysts warned jobless claims were still elevated.
SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Friday following gains on Wall Street, after investors were encouraged by a better-than-expected US jobs report.
A SEA of liquidity will likely keep local blue chips buoyant for the rest of the year. But few pundits expect the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) to push past the peak of its short-lived rally...
SINGAPORE property and banking stocks with exposure to China, rallied alongside Hong Kong-listed Mainland developers on Thursday.
SINGAPORE stocks opened lower on Thursday amid weaker openings among index counters. Singapore's Straits Times Index headed down 0.3 per cent or 8.32 points to 2,601.85 as at 9.05am.