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Singapore: Shares open weaker on Friday
THE Singapore market opened lower on Friday morning amid uncertainty after Greece delayed its payment to the International Monetary Fund.
The benchmark Straits Times Index continued its Thursday decline and slipped 7.38 points, or 0.22 per cent, to 3,337.62 points.
Singtel, Thai Beverage and Digiland International were some of the most actively traded stocks on the exchange. Digiland on Wednesday said it had acquired 65 per cent of Singapore software maker iBase Technology International for S$26,000.
Some 107.4 million shares worth S$148.1 million were traded, with losers beating gainers 76 to 54.