Singapore shares decline amid US inflation fears; STI down 1.4% at Friday's open
SINGAPORE stocks tumbled on Friday following an overnight rout on Wall Street, as US Treasury yields hit a new 52-week high amid ongoing fears...
Stocks to watch: Olam, CDL, Yangzijiang, Golden Agri, First Resources
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Friday:
Asian markets claw back losses after Fed eases fears of rate rise; STI up 1.7%
ASIAN markets clawed back Wednesday's losses on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve soothed investors' nerves by assuring that monetary policy...
Singapore shares track Wall Street gains; STI up 1.1%
SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Thursday to echo overnight rallies on Wall Street, which was boosted by news that several million doses of a new...
Stocks to watch: UOB, OUE, Sheng Siong, OUELH, Cromwell E-Reit, SIA Engg
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Thursday:
STI up 1.2% while rest of Asia finishes in the red
THE Straits Times Index (STI) rose for the third consecutive session on Wednesday, adding 33.88 points or 1.17 per cent to 2,924.58.
Singapore stocks open higher on Wednesday; STI up 0.6%
SINGAPORE shares opened higher on Wednesday boosted by gains from banks. Overnight, Wall Street ended mostly flat after stocks bounced back from...
Stocks to watch: CapitaLand, OCBC, SIA, PropNex, Cromwell E-Reit
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Wednesday:
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Singapore stocks rise on Tuesday amid mixed trading in the region; STI up 0.3%
SINGAPORE stocks rose on Tuesday amid mixed trading across the region, following an overnight retreat on Wall Street. The benchmark Straits Times...
Singapore shares retreat at Tuesday's open; STI down 0.1%
SINGAPORE shares opened in negative territory on Tuesday to mirror overnight declines on Wall Street, as higher yields on 10-year Treasury notes...
Stocks to watch: Sembmarine, SCI, Wilmar, Great Eastern, CDL, OKP, Haw Par
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Tuesday: