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Singapore shares open flat on Thursday

Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 09:12

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SINGAPORE stocks opened flat on Thursday ahead of key events including Britain's elections and the congressional testimony by former FBI chief James Comey in the United States, even as Wall Street ended its session overnight in positive territory.

The benchmark Straits Times Index opened 0.03 point higher at 3,230.52.

Some 55.3 million units worth S$53.8 million changed hands in the first few minutes of trading, with gainers outnumbering losers 59 to 46.

Addvalue Technologies, Ezion Holdings and Best World were among those on the actives list.

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