BROAD optimism in global economies and better US earnings continued to fuel Singapore equities' staying power on Friday after it extended gains made in the past four sessions...

SINGAPORE share prices opened higher on Friday with the Straits Times Index (STI) up 9.99 points to 3,344.90 as at 9.02 am. The S&P 500 clipped to another record, but Europe closed lower.

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POSITIVE US earnings and what can be argued as upbeat data from China as its Q3 growth of 6.8 per cent remained higher than the government's full-year target, spurred the extension of Singapore...

WHAT can be argued as upbeat growth data from China and positive US earnings spurred the extension of the rally in Singapore, with local shares making further gains for the fourth straight day.

SINGAPORE share prices opened higher on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index (STI) up 13.77 points to 3,342.80 as at 9.02 am.

AS THE third-quarter earnings season begins in earnest, expectations are running high among some fund managers and analysts.

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UP and up it was for Asian equities as they continued their rally on Tuesday, riding on expectations of higher interest rates and optimism from Wall Street, even though traders took a pause after...

INSPIRED by Wall Street's record close and higher oil prices, most Asian equities extended their rally on Tuesday including the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) which added 5.97 points or 0...

SINGAPORE share prices opened higher on Tuesday with the Straits Times Index (STI) up 11.41 points to 3,334.47 as at 9.02am. Wall Street jumped to fresh records on Monday, boosted by bank shares that...

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THE promise of a rosy growth for China at a pace of 7 per cent and a jump in oil prices drove regional equities rally on Monday, following Wall Street gains over the weekend.