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STI closes 1.26% higher, clawing back some losses from Wednesday's fall

10 Apr 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE'S Straits Times Index (STI) pared Wednesday's losses in a rare ho-hum session by recent standards, closing 31.88 points or 1.3 per cent higher at 2,571.32 on Thursday. Of the STI's 30 counters, seven finished in the red. Looking down the road, market sentiment will continue to... To continue ...
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STI recovers previous session's losses to close 1.3% higher on Thursday

9 Apr 2020 - The Business Times
Singapore's Straits Times Index (STI) pared Wednesday's losses in what was a rare ho-hum session by recent standards, closing 31.88 points or 1.3 per cent higher to 2,571.32. Of the STI's 30 counters, seven finished in the red. Looking down the road, market sentiment will continue to depend on whether ...
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Singapore shares advance at Thursday's open; STI up 1.3%

9 Apr 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Thursday, tracking a Wall Street rally overnight, amid optimism that novel coronavirus infections in the US could be close to peaking. Singapore's Straits Times Index (STI) gained 1.3 per cent or 32.98 points to 2,572.42 as at 9.01am. Gainers outnumbered losers 119 to ...
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Daily Markets Briefing: STI down 1.26%

9 Apr 2020 - Singapore Business Review
Genting Sing led the gains amongst top active stocks with a 2.76% expansion. The Straits Times Index ended 32.45 or 1.26% lower at 2,539.44. The top active stocks were Singtel, which edged down 2.25%, DBS, which dropped 1.47%, SGX, which grew 2.19%, OCBC Bank, which slid 1.34%, and Genting Sing with ...
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SGX Regco suspends new entries to watch list; expedites fund raising

9 Apr 2020 - The Business Times
Singapore SINGAPORE Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) will suspend entry into its financial watch-list and give expedited clearance to fund-raising efforts by mainboard issuers. The frontline market regulator has been in consultation with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and has decided to introduce ...
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STI snaps 2-session rally to fall 1.25% as Covid-19 fears persist

9 Apr 2020 - The Business Times
SINGAPORE'S Straits Times Index (STI) ended a two-session rally on Wednesday, closing 32.45 points or 1.3 per cent lower to 2,539.44. Twenty-two of the STI's 30 counters finished in the red. The weaker showing follows a late session dip on key Wall Street indices on Tuesday as investors... To continue ...
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Engage client actively to avoid NPL bubble

9 Apr 2020 - The Edge Markets
SINGAPORE (Apr 9): The moratorium on loans announced by the government last week for households and SMEs will help protect the banking system and ensure liquidity while shielding the economy from current shocks. However, industry observers point out that this could only serve to delay a debt and impaired ...
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Preventing permanent damage from the pandemic

9 Apr 2020 - The Edge Markets
(Apr 9): Malaysia still has a fighting chance of escaping a recession this year, according to Bank Negara Malaysia’s 2020 GDP growth projection range of –2% to 0.5% versus 4.3% recorded in 2019. Have a premium account? Sign in to continue reading. Unlimited access to all stories from $4.99/month* The ...

Shedding light on IOI Corp's five-year plan

9 Apr 2020 - The Edge Markets
(Apr 9): Any diligent and cost-conscious planter knows only too well that a “good buy” is hard to come by these days. Have a premium account? Sign in to continue reading. Unlimited access to all stories from $4.99/month* The latest reporting and analysis from business and investments to news and views ...
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STI snaps 2-session rally, falls 1.3% on Wednesday

8 Apr 2020 - The Business Times
Singapore's Straits Times Index (STI) ended a two-session rally on Wednesday, with the benchmark closing 32.45 points or 1.3 per cent lower to 2,539.44. Twenty-two of the STI's 30 counters finished in the red. The weaker performance in the city-state followed a late-session dip for key Wall Street indices ...
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