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STI see-sawing ahead of bankers' meeting

It closes 12 points up in the week's most active session where gainers and losers are evenly matched

THE Singapore stock market stayed on the see-saw on Thursday, bouncing back from the previous day's decline and shrugging off concerns about a US government shutdown.

The Straits Times Index (STI) rose 0.37 per cent, or 12.11 points, to close at 3,272.16.

Gainers and losers were...

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