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CERTIFICATE of entitlement (COE) premiums rose across the board, with those for passenger cars continuing their ascent as dealers sought to fulfil the deluge of orders received after the loan curbs were relaxed almost a month ago.

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COE premiums higher across the board

Certificate of entitlement (COE) premiums rose across the board, with those for passenger cars continuing their ascent as dealers sought to fulfil the deluge of orders received after the loan curbs were relaxed almost a month ago. Category A - for cars below 1,600cc and 130 hp - increased S$1,506 to S$55,200, while Cat B - for cars above 1,600cc or 130 hp - was S$1,010 higher at S$57,010.

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Singapore shares close lower, STI surrenders 26-point intraday rise

Risk on or risk off? Clearly, traders in the local market on Wednesday were unable to decide, as the Straits Times Index (STI) first shot up by 26 points to an intraday high of 2,815 before dropping alarmingly back to 2,786.13 at the close, a nett loss of 3.32 points for the day.

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