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[NEW YORK] US stock indexes slipped on Thursday as investors braced for a third interest rate hike this year and the United States ordered new sanctions against North Korea.

STOCKS

THERE is a growing feeling among market watchers that the Straits Times Index's (STI) best days for 2017 came in the first half of the year and that for the remaining three months, a slow...

DBS shares have outperformed for most of the year (up 18 per cent YTD versus a 12 per cent YTD rise for the STI), though slipping slightly from the recent peak in late July 2017.

CURRENCIES

THE dollar rose to a two-month high against the yen on Thursday after a hawkish-sounding US Federal Reserve heightened expectations of an interest rate increase in December.

[NEW YORK] US stocks opened slightly lower on Thursday, even as the Dow managed to hit another record high, a day after the Federal Reserve signaled it could raise interest rates for the third time...

IN relatively quiet trading, the Straits Times Index (STI) drifted to a 4.25 point loss at 3,213.82. Although volume of 1.8 billion units worth S$1.1 billion bettered Wednesday's S$824.4 million...

MALAYSIA share prices closed lower on Thursday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index down -2.54 points to 1,771.04.

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong shares ended Thursday little changed, as strength in financial and consumer stocks countered a slump in the resources sector triggered by a stronger dollar amid revived...

CRANE specialist Tat Hong Holdings, which has halted trading in its shares after they rallied more than 5 per cent on Thursday, revealed that it has been approached by certain parties on a potential...

[LONDON] The Frankfurt and Paris stock markets rose at the start of trading on Thursday, while London opened flat, as traders reacted to the outlook on US interest rates.