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STI slips again as central bankers meet

Investors are cautious ahead of remarks by figures from US Fed and ECB, which may help shed light on QE tapering plans

CAUTIOUS investors with an eye on the US Federal Reserve and ongoing geopolitical uncertainties stayed on the sidelines and let Singapore shares fall to a fifth straight decline on Monday.

The Straits Times Index (STI) opened slightly higher by 1.39 points, but slipped steadily over the...

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